The Death Pool – CPJHL Kills Off Muskoka Wild

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Monday mornings.  Love em or hate em, you cant escape them.  Kinda like a swift kick in the nuts Mondays have a way of making a person take notice of whats in front of them.

Speaking of that swift kick to the balls, the Muskoka Wild got one over the weekend.  Yep, the leadership of the CPJHL said see ya later bitches.  But the real story is why.

See, the CPJHL may be one of the new kids on the block when it comes to this junior thing, but they are pretty organized for new kids.  So organized in fact that the league doesn’t tak shit laying down when one of their owners is getting screwed.

Yep, lets hear a big round of applause for the now former coaching staff of the Muskoka Wild.  The boys did a bang up job signing players to discounted contracts trying to make the team look full!

Ohhhhh shit, yeah, well when the owner stepped in to see how much was being collected he found out this donkey show of coaches had screwed him.  Signing a whole slew of kids to contracts that wouldn’t even cover transportation costs!

Yes.  Nothing says solid recruiting like some idiots who have to discount everything to get some warm bodies on the bench.  Then they were going to make the owner cover tens of thousands of dollars in losses!

Ohhhhhh shit.  They got caught because this is exactly what they did last year!  Seriously boys, you thought you would get away with it two years in a row?

You know whats really crazy?  The CPJHL, is actually cleaning its own house.  I mean call me banana’s but that sounds an awful lot like what real junior leagues do.  Wait a minute.  They even put out press releases addressing this shit when it happens?  Someone must read TJHN.

Stick around everyone, we got more good shit on the way.

David Wagner – The Angel Of Death – For Those Who Live Stupidly I salute You

*The Death Pool is a mix of comedy, and satire in connection with recent events.  It is not an official report of current events although it may look as though the news is so accurate that it could one day happen or may be happening.