|2011/12: Mr. Hansen’s Opus (Photo “courtesy” of PassItToBulis)|
No, Mr. Hansen is not an official sponsor of the watch brand, Esquire (hey may wear one, but I don’t know that, for sure). He is, however, in the midst of a little hot streak… like, since March, 2011.
After punctuating his starting role with the Canucks with a terrific first round against the Chicago Blackhawks last year (seriously, he was better than the Sedins), Jannik the Miracle Worker has continued to turn himself into a guy that not only resembles a Canadian, or a real hockey player, but a really good Canadian hockey player.
It’s all speed, all the time. His goal against Toronto was incredible, breaking in around Dion Phaneuf like a Camaro in a Transformers movie (yea, Michael Bay, we noticed the Chevrolet sponsorship) and shoveling it past Jonas Gustavsson, the goaltender who spent almost all of Saturday night on his back (intentional, or not).
One thing I can’t get over is how tired Hansen looks after he scores every goal. He puts it in looking as exhausted as I did after my first time getting laid. Every time he scores, it’s like he has just finished, and all he wants to do its flop onto whoever is directly below him, or in front of him.
“I did it… I did it…”
It makes you root for him to score even more, because you know he deserves… just like he you wanted Taj to score in Van Wilder.
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