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Wednesday Links - One Good Way To Ruin Your Teeth

There were ten games and some of our least favorites lost in kinda hilarious fashion (LOL Red Wings, LOL Avs), but you gotta see how this one woman is able to pry open the WHOLE top of a beer can with her teeth. Hence, today's title. Enjoy!

I bet Barret Jackman could cut open the entire top of a beer can . . . with his glare.
I bet Barret Jackman could cut open the entire top of a beer can . . . with his glare.
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These long layoffs are bullshit.


  • Richard posted Volume Two of his Replacements series yesterday. And of course he HAD to do it before yesterday's Maple Leafs game (more on that later . . . involves an old friend!) . . . go figure! [SLGT]
  • The injury bug seems to have struck early this season. We'll see what that foretells for the rest of the season. That and more, including the reunion of Alex Pietrangelo and Jay Bouwmeester as top defensive pair, in Lou Korac's notes. [In The Slot / Lou Korac]


  • Ten games last night. LOL Ryan Miller . . . LOL Red Wings . . . LOL Avalanche(s). Goal scored by . . . Roman Polak?! YES! (That was what I was alluding to earlier.) [ 10/21/14]
  • Four games tonight. One of them is in Pennsylvania and involves both that state's teams for an honest-to-Jeebus Wednesday Night Rivalry for once. [ 10/22/14]
  • I greatly admire Bill Douglas's desire to avoid anything from Colin Cowherd (who, like many at ESPN, is a Class Z shitbasket), but he felt he needed to speak up for those of color (himself included) who DO enjoy the sport of hockey. And he did great, I do believe. [Color of Hockey]
  • I've never liked Jordin Tootoo as a player, but it takes a stronger man than I to realize he needed to get a rein in on addiction. He talks about that and many other things in a book released yesterday. [Puck Daddy]
  • Why was Antti Raanta in net for the Blackhawks last night (I mean, aside from that they were playing the Goddamn Flyers)? Well, Corey Crawford is out with an "upper body injury". Between the ears? [CBS Sports Eye on Hockey]
  • Ryan Lambert runs down all the happenings in college hockey in NCAA Hockey 101. [Puck Daddy]
  • The Maple Leafs have a new Director of Player Personnel, and it's former Blues forward and OHL executive Mark Hunter. They may be taking this analytics stuff seriously now, you guys! [Maple Leafs]
  • Monday's big news was the arrest of Slava Voynov. The Kings say they support the NHL's decision to suspend Voynov in the short term, but they're unclear as to what exactly the fallout may be. [Puck Daddy]
  • Dominik Hasek will have his number retired by the Sabres on January 13th before they play the Wings. In that game? Go Buffalo. #TankForConnor [Sabres]
  • Blue Jackets forward Nathan Horton was reported to be getting better, but some reports are surfacing--again--that due to his degenerative back condition, Horton's career could be over. At 29. Damn. [CBS Sports Eye on Hockey]


  • The Royals lost a baseball game. NED YOST IS MORTAL. [SB Nation]
  • As of yesterday, we're exactly one year away from the date Marty McFly went forward to in Back to the Future II. How close are we to some of the inventions and innovations shown in the film? [mental_floss]


Yesterday, we saw a dude drink water from a glass that he'd set on his forehead, which he moved from forehead to ground without using his hands. Today? We hit a bit closer to home . . . here's a lass from Saskatchewan who is able to cut open the ENTIRE top of a beer can using her teeth. Watch this shit. (S/T to Kate):

Damn. This was posted in 2006, so who ISN'T betting this lady already has falsies? I'm sure betting she does. Unless she already had, like, some kind of interior chisel tip in there or some shit. Wow.

Send your links and your stupid human tricks on yonder:

And as noted yesterday, be on the lookout for Episode 57 of Beyond Checkerdome here briefly.