Found December 06, 2011 on Nightmare on Helm Street:
PLAYERS: Jessica Alba
TEAMS: St. Louis Blues
Today's installment from Josh Howard: Onto the Blues... No, we don't have Jessica Alba on our team, but I'm sure she'd create even more of a distraction than Datsyuk if we did.  Let's face it, just like Into the Blue, no one wants to watch a St. Louis Blues game.  However, I feel compelled to watch this game.  It's gonna be some good hockey.  Jimmy is the man.  The team's going to play differently in front of him and the swagger will show.  Hit the jump for the poster: Had to make the poster a bit more PG since people view them at work.  Hope it doesn't take away from it too much.  Enjoy guys.LGRW.
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