Like a regular picture, one that doesn’t move, a .gif can say a thousand words. It’s commonplace at theScore’s palatial towers for bloggers to ogle a good sports .gif for minutes on end. Below is a collection of hockey .gifs that we’ve really enjoyed from the first half of the season. It is, after all, the midpoint of the NHL season for most teams.

Pictured above is Martin Brodeur narrowly saving Martin Brodeur from himself. MOAR .gifs after the jump

Washington doesn’t miss Alex Semin. Nope, not at all

That’s like $50,000 per snot rocket

Puck shall not pass

Phil Kessel is terrified of the puck

More like Rick Crash (see what I did there?)

Nick Schultz is the moveable object

Matt Duchene is pretty good at this hockey stuff

Sidney Crosby is the best at this hockey stuff

Comments (8)

  1. I’m glad Matt Duchene is finally getting some love this year. He’s always been a well rounded skater and he plays bigger than he is. It seems like this year though his speed and stick-handling have really come into their own. I think if he was on a big market team with a good record like Boston or Philly he would be getting a lot more praise. He’s also gotten overshadowed by Landeskog being named the youngest captain ever and the whole O’Reilly contract circus.

    • Duchene does Not have the True leadership that Ryan O’Reilly does I know this for a fact. The players he was yesterday will not be the player he was tomorrow he will not continue to grow learn and thrive! Ryan O’Reilly for Captain!


      Brian O’Reilly

    • Duchene is pretty close to being a bone a fide patrick kane

    • I feel bad for Duchene because he’s the Avs’ equivalent of Doughty, in that he’s playing for the team that he grew up cheering for.

      Except the poor guy landed on an Avs team that isn’t that good.

  2. Oh man I could watch that Kessel clip all day.

    Must suck to be regarded as the softest/most easily intimidated player in the league by peers and fans alike.

    Poor, poor Phil.

  3. Great clips indeed …

  4. No mascot clips!!! Whats up with that?

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