Found November 17, 2011 on Couch Tarts:
With the proliferation of zombies into the mass consciousness, we, as a society, are now more aware of what items can be used to beat dead things, should the need arise.  I submit to you a list of just a few of these items, in preparation for tonight’s game.

Close combat my requires the use of anything on hand, such are Ryane Clowe’s fists, Douglas Murray’s crushing brick wall, Winchester’s solid rock formation and Braun’s Brawniness.

Combat from a distance can be successful if one applies Marleau’s quick shot, Joe Thornton’s sharp shooting eye, Dan Boyle bazooka, Joe Pavelski’s pistol whip and Logan Couture’s flash of brilliance. (see also, Whites, Pearly)

Should this prove only somewhat effective, keep in mind that should zombies make it to ice level, the players are equipped with hockey sticks, frozen pucks, and pre-sharpened blades.

Survival of the fittest.

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