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Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Sun, 06 Jan 2013 16:34:35 GMT reply
i remember i was obsessed with brian campbell and i had his jersey and every merchandise and went to go meet him several times and then when we were having chicken patties for dinner my mom told me he got traded and i cried for 3 days. i turned out normal its okay. miss you in buffalo soupyyyy<3
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Sun, 05 Feb 2012 23:52:11 GMT reply
When we lost Soup from the BHawks, we lost a lotta heart.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 25 Apr 2011 01:07:14 GMT reply

Reply-to:Worst $7M ever spent, ever.

Do us a favor keep him in Chicago anyway...

Love Buffalo

Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 21 Apr 2011 00:25:00 GMT reply
Worst $7M ever spent, ever.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 17 Feb 2011 16:13:58 GMT reply
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 24 Jan 2011 22:18:15 GMT reply
Great article
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 24 Jan 2011 18:36:00 GMT reply
A night at the Bulls game with the Blackhawks' Brian Campbell Share |   Brian Campbell watches the Bulls-Detroit Pistons game at the United Center on January 10, 2011. (Nuccio DiNuzzo/Chicago Tribune) Brian Campbell looked up from a text message from Blackhawks teammate Patrick Sharp Monday night and smiled— even if the joke was at his own expense. “I know what you're doing right now,” said the text, a reference to Campbell's tendency to watch ABC's “The Bachelor” on Mondays. “The Bachelor” and its melodramatic rose ceremony, however, would have to wait. Campbell and his girlfriend were taking in the Bulls-Detroit Pistons game at the United Center that night and planned on watching the show when they got home. “I watch ‘The Bachelor' with her,” Campbell said. “The trade-off is that she watches ‘The Biggest Loser' with me. I really like that show. I like to see them lose the weight.” For Campbell, Monday's Bulls game was a rare opportunity to enjoy a sporting event at the United Center from the stands. The 31-year-old defenseman said he makes it to about one Bulls game a year (compared with about seven Cubs games a year). Because the Blackhawks also play their home games at the United Center, Campbell couldn't help but compare the two game experiences, including the national anthem (Blackhawks games are one of the few events where fans cheer during the anthem) and the noise level (“It doesn't usually get loud at Bulls games until the end,” he said). And when there was a small-but-respectable reaction to his appearance on the JumboTron late in the first quarter, Campbell said: “It's different at Hawks games. Everyone cheers. Here, it's different. Nobody knows …” But don't feel too bad for Campbell, whose identifiable curly red hair was hidden beneath an Under Armour knit cap. He and his teammates had their moment in the sun when the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup in June. Just the other day, he was able to score hard-to-get reservations at Girl & The Goat in the West Loop — something Blackhawks players might have had a hard time with a few years ago. The Stanley Cup victory, the Blackhawks' first in 49 years, still looms large for fans, Campbell said, and they share their cup memories with him regularly. "Everyone has a story,” Campbell said. On Tuesday, Campbell will host his second annual Campbell for Kids Texas Hold 'em Poker Tournament at The Venue in the Horseshoe Casino. The event benefits Campbell for Kids, Autism Speaks and Chicago's Beard School. Campbell hopes to raise money for a playground at Beard and 100-day kits, which guide families through the 100 days after their child has been diagnosed with autism. As was the case last year, when $100,000 was raised for autism charities, Blackhawks players and other celebrities will take part in the tournament and will give the jerseys they'll be wearing to the participants who eliminate them. For a few fans, Monday's Bulls game was also an opportunity to rub elbows with Campbell. At halftime, a woman sitting in the row behind him asked, “Mind signing an autographs for a fan?” Just as he finished signing his name, two teen girls approached him excitedly and said they were huge Blackhawks fans. “I have to tell you, I hugged Jonathan Toews at Gibsons,” said one of the girls, dropping the Blackhawks captain's name. “Can I get one from you?” When Campbell obliged, a man sitting behind him, likely joking, asked “Can I get a hug?” Campbell declined, not that the man should be offended: Campbell wanted no part of the Kiss Cam late in the second half, either — and, fortunately for him, he wasn't put on the spot. “I don't mind kissing (my girlfriend),” he said. “I just don't want to be on the Kiss Cam.” To purchase tickets for the 2011 Campbell for Kids Texas Hold 'Em Poker Tournament, go to Posted at 05:25:07 PM in Blackhawks, Bulls, Sports RECOMMENDED FOR YOU
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 24 Jan 2011 03:00:41 GMT reply
Hawks hawks hawks
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 24 Jan 2011 02:59:51 GMT reply
Go hawks
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 24 Jan 2011 02:59:23 GMT reply
Bears suck hawks suck
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 24 Jan 2011 02:54:47 GMT reply
crap game tonight. soup played good though
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 24 Jan 2011 02:51:49 GMT reply
Go hawks!
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 24 Jan 2011 02:51:31 GMT reply
go hawks!
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 24 Jan 2011 02:49:45 GMT reply
report abuse   delete Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 11 Oct 2010 14:03:22 GMT Wow - is it really all about how someone looks?!?  Sick - how about what kind of person they really are - "her body isn't perfect" - well who has a perfect body anyway?  I'm glad he's found someone who is real - from what I have seen of him and heard (i don't know him but followed his career when he was in Buffalo) - he seems like a real guy - people who talk trash about him and his gf are just jealous.  I'm really sorry he is hurt - I am going to the game in Buffalo tonight and was hoping to see him play - he was one of our favorites in Buffalo.  So glad for him that he won the cup with Chicago!
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Sat, 22 Jan 2011 20:17:38 GMT reply
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Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Sat, 22 Jan 2011 20:14:47 GMT reply
Please do NOT post inappropriate comments, this is a friendly forum for fans. If you see inappropriate comments, then please report them by clicking the report abuse link aside the comment.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Sat, 22 Jan 2011 04:31:05 GMT reply
report abuse   delete Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Mon, 25 May 2009 12:54:32 GMT Soupy Sucks.  Buffalo can have him back.  Defensemen are supposed to play defense, not stand around while the opposing forwards score at will.  He never sticks up for his goalie in the defensive zone nor his teamates in the offensive zone and can often be seen skating away as a scrum ensues.  His half-ass rushes up the ice that either end with 1) him making an extra move at the blue line pulling the entire team offsides, or 2) making a backwards pass at the blue line are awful.  Make room under the salary cap and send him somewhere that the fans want him.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Sat, 22 Jan 2011 04:30:10 GMT reply
October 6, 2010 - This morning, I remember my alarm clock waking me up around 530am. I always wake up extra early so I have enough time to wake up and eat before work. I remember going back to sleep, and when I opened my eyes, I was in a dark room that had one light on the ceiling in the center. Under the light, there was a table with people laying on it, but they could not move and their eyes were open. Then, the friends were there. Their bodies were pale, their eyes were round and black, and their mouths had lips like ours. The friends pulled out long thin glass tubes with long needles on the ends and started to stick the people with them in their eyelids. I walked around the table and asked what they were doing. The friends said they were giving back what they took from us. They approached me and for some reason, I asked why they didn't wear masks. They said it was because they could not speak. I told them they should wear them and they both smiled. After they put on the masks, they stuck the needles in my eyes and upper shoulders. I don't remember it hurting, but I remember screaming because I was scared. That is when I woke up at around 605am. I wasn't sweating and my heart was not racing, but I felt like I had zoned out for too long, like I was in a kind of daze. I went to the mirror in my room and checked my eyes and arms, but there were no marks. I may not have physical proof of the injection sights, but the friends could have covered them up or made them heal to not leave any marks. I told my mom about and she said it might have happened. I often ride my bike home from work between 915pm and 9350pm and get home between 940pm and 1000pm, so it could have happened then and I never remembered anything until now. There is a long stretch of road with empty fields and very few new houses that takes me 10 minutes to cross by bike. Last year, I often stayed later than that and on some occassions, got home at around 1115pm. Could this have really happened? I haven't had any dreams or nightmares in a good 8 or 9 months because I don't get much sleep from staying up late at home. It really spooked me when I saw this right out of the blue. I haven't even been thinking of anything about UFOs, aliens, or anything of the sort.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Sat, 22 Jan 2011 04:27:53 GMT reply
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