The NHL has done its best this season to cut down on the amount of sexual activity between players. While the presence of Sidney Crosby and his predatory drive for young males is only outmatched by Jeffrey Dahmer, the league has done an incredible job everywhere else.
Unfortunately for a slutty forward on the Flyers, a hooking penalty late in the third period cost his team the game.
“The right call was made and we paid for it,” said coach Craig Berube. “Our guy was out there slutting around in high boots and a short skirt. He was in clear violation of the rules.”
The Flyers almost escaped the hooking penalty until there was a direct conversation with an official regarding the exchange of currency for lewd sexual acts.
“I don’t know what a Cleveland Steamer is, but I do know there’s no team in the ECHL by that name,” said referee Herbert Moore.
The Flyers will have to work harder at avoiding needless penalties. If their forwards needed the money that badly, they could have done some light modeling before resorting to prostitution.