Phil Kessel Sucks Forum

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Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Tue, 24 Apr 2018 01:54:06 GMT reply
(neither of those were with the Leafs, by the way. They were both with the Penguins in 2016 and most recently in 2017. The Leafs haven't won since 1967, when there were six teams. There are now 31)
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Tue, 24 Apr 2018 01:48:44 GMT reply
Daily reminder that Phil Kessel is a 2x Stanley Cup champion
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Mon, 23 Apr 2018 12:22:27 GMT reply
In last night's 7-5 series clinching win, Phil Kessel was remarkable for a wide variety of reasons, as follows:
He literally shit his pants in the first 2 periods, looking terrified to make mistakes and create giveaways, which is exactly WHY he made PLENTY of mistakes and was guilty of MANY giveaways. PLUS, he lost EVERY 50/50 puck battle he chose to engage in. YES his assist on Hagelin's goal was a beauty, but for the REST of the first 2 periods, Kessel was a MASSIVE liability.
Kessel needs to frame last night's scoresheet to PROVE that he once had a roughing penalty in his career. It was sad though, the way he "roughed up" (cough, cough) little Claude Giroux, whom Kessel KNEW would not mind Kessel bear hugging him. HAd ANY OTHER FLYER made that hit on Kessel's teammate, there would have been NO such "retribution" (cough, cough). So, it was the dictionary definition of false bravado.
Kessel's steal at the Philly blueline and nice pass play to Guentzel was indeed a gem, but it also clearly amplifies the frustration people HAVE about Kessel. That extra effort play by Kessel was CLEARLY intended to redeem himself for his costly goal-resulting giveaway in game 5. Kessel really beared down and was able to make the steal easily because defenders are used to him just skating by them while feebly waving his stick at them. On THAT play, Kessel demonstrated that he IS CAPABLE of playing with that kind of grit and determination, but he's obviously just not interested in playing that way on a regular basis, the way Sid and others do.
Lastly, as usual, Kessel did NOT play during the final 3 minutes of last night's game, even with a 2 and 3 goal lead!!! A hockey player who CANNOT be trusted to play in the final 3 minutes of a big game, REGARDLESS of the score, is NOT a true, complete hockey player. Period.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Sat, 21 Apr 2018 02:37:36 GMT reply
Typical Kessel Game:
4 Giveaways! Including the GAME LOSER!
6 Giveaways by my count, though!
MINUS 2
AVOIDS ANY CONTACT ALL NIGHT!
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 19 Apr 2018 07:03:05 GMT reply
Kessel:
Traded from two teams at a young age, while benched in Boston for numerous playoff games for his poor defensive play.
Caused 3 coaches to be fired in Toronto, while refusing to anything they asked of him in regards to showing up in shape to training camp, trying different breakout plays, and playing the opposite wing -- he told them all to F@ck Off!
Destroyed the moral and character of the Entire Maple Leaf Team.
After being traded to Pens, he ruined Crosby's year by casing him to go pointless in his first 6 games while Kessel was on his line.
Kessel then gets kicked off the second line with Malkin because he couldn't play his position properly nor stop fighting with Malkin.
Kessel then gets kicked off the Malkin line.
Kessel twice was kicked of the top Power Play unit (couldn't one-time shots).
Kessel was then kicked off the US Olympic and World Cup Teams for being a SELFISH, ONE-DIMENSIONAL PLAYER THAT NONE OF THE OTHER TEAM MEMBERS WANTED TO PLAY WITH (except for his buddy JVR)!
Kessel only became successful on the Pens as a 3RD LINE PLAYER AND POWER PLAY SPECIALIST, AS HE SUCKS AT EVERY OTHER ASPECT OF THE GAME OF HOCKEY.
PHIL KESSEL SUCKS! PERIOD!!!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Sun, 15 Apr 2018 23:00:59 GMT reply
If Phil Kessel was a fifth grader, he'd be the kid sitting at the back of the class, mouthing off at the teacher but never responding when called upon.  He would never do his homework. He'd fail his tests and blame his teachers. He'd never participate in phys. ed. unless it was for floor hockey. He'd have more lunch money than everyone else, but he would only eat junk food. He'd be the least popular kid in the school because he would sneer and grimace at everyone, yet would be a coward when challenged. But at least he would have perfect attendance, raaaaight?
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 12 Apr 2018 12:12:56 GMT reply
In the Pens' 7-0 win last night, with just 1 PPG, so +6 up for grabs, Kessel was a +/- ZERO. He had his usual no-hitter. He was +1 in giveaways, however. Meanwhile, Crosby was a beast and Guentzel was a force.
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Wed, 11 Apr 2018 04:08:03 GMT reply
Most flukey player in the league has on a permanent menstrual cycle
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Wed, 11 Apr 2018 04:06:46 GMT reply
Faction or in phil case fatoid-
Phil has more powerplay points than crapsby
Phil also has lowered thier yearly point total a little bit each year showing you reasons why most teams would trade his talent for a smidgen of crosby heart and dedication, get this point suckling easy minute playing walrus of the team...
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Wed, 21 Mar 2018 03:25:20 GMT reply
TML James van Riemsdyk has 4 more goals than Phil Kessel. FACT!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Mon, 19 Mar 2018 14:17:50 GMT reply

Reply-to:Phil Kessel has 22 more points than the highest scoring Toronto Maple Leafs player. FACT!

Thanks Captain Obvious. Phil, your insecurity is showing. Your replies here are starting to look like Trump's insecure tweets. Especially the CAPS and exclamation points! 

Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Tue, 13 Mar 2018 20:05:28 GMT reply
Phil Kessel has 22 more points than the highest scoring Toronto Maple Leafs player. FACT!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Tue, 13 Mar 2018 19:55:19 GMT reply
The closest the Leafs got to winning a Stanley Cup in the past 50 years is when they paid part of Phil Kessel's salary when he won back to back Stanley Cups. FACT!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Tue, 13 Mar 2018 15:04:24 GMT reply

Reply-to:Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Fri, 02 Mar 2018 15:17:22 GMTWait so does that mean that Eric Staal Jamie Benn Logan Couture Filip Forseberg And Ryan Nugent Hopkins are all terrible players that everybody hates as well?With the exception of couture...yeah pretty much those guys all have issues with thier own image

Now Phil, (because only YOU would track who else was picked last, let's face it) your therapist has told you to ignore this board. Remember, this is NOT the Phil Kessel Fan Club, after all.

Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 08 Mar 2018 16:09:29 GMT reply
Malkin already has more goals (38) than Kessel's career high for a single season. And, of course, Kessel is on pace to score his usual low to mid 30's in the goals column, because he's only interested in scoring one particular type of goal. Malkin truly is the alpha dog on the Pens. Kessel will never get the respect he BELIEVES he deserves, because he's a "point collector", not a dynamic, difference-making impact player. Kessel is like a field goal kicker, who is near the top in points scored, but doesn't get the recognition or respect that football position players get. And the poor soul just doesn't have a clue as to why that is, even though it's painfully obvious, even to a casual observer of the game of hockey. Sad but true.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Mon, 05 Mar 2018 17:23:11 GMT reply
You people are so sad.
"I have FAR more respect for complete, two way players with high compete levels and high hockey
IQ’s (like Ovechkin and Tavares) who have NEVER won the cup than I do for Kessel with his
cup rings"
Do you even watch hockey bro? Because you clearly don't understand the game. Get over yourself.
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Mon, 05 Mar 2018 17:21:03 GMT reply
"I've seen the leafs win the cup 5 times" You are at least 70+ years old to be able to watch the leafs win the cup 5 times. Video games don't count. FYI
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Sun, 04 Mar 2018 06:23:08 GMT reply
Phil ate two Stanley Cup rings while licling burger juice of his fingers
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Sun, 04 Mar 2018 06:21:40 GMT reply
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Fri, 02 Mar 2018 15:17:22 GMT
Wait so does that mean that 
Eric Staal 
Jamie Benn 
Logan Couture 
Filip Forseberg 
And Ryan Nugent Hopkins are all terrible players that everybody hates as well?
With the exception of couture...yeah pretty much those guys all have issues with thier own image
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Sun, 04 Mar 2018 06:18:45 GMT reply
I've seen the leafs win the cup 5 times, I've also seen the best to have ever played play, Phil has elite parts to his game, he takes a lot of needless flak I think, he has gaping holes in his game, face offs penalty kill defense in general, turnovers,
But he has good passing and good shooting skill.....only a couple shots in the repatour but they are quick and hard, the leafs are a upsurge they are not there yet might never get there but win or lose I'd rather watch a toronto game than a pens game, something about the pens bugs me
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Fri, 02 Mar 2018 15:17:22 GMT reply
Wait so does that mean that
Eric Staal
Jamie Benn
Logan Couture
Filip Forseberg
And Ryan Nugent Hopkins are all terrible players that everybody hates as well?
Cause they were all picked last by their respective teams at the all-star game too.
Or do you just have a raging anti-kessel boner
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Fri, 23 Feb 2018 02:50:33 GMT reply
(Cont’d from below)
Why Kessel was picked last at the all-star game a few years ago. Remember last year’s playoffs when Kessel was constantly ridiculed by Malkin for being out of position so much? Who would want a whiny, snivelling man child like Kessel on their team? When Pitt was first contemplating acquiring Kessel, it was well documented that their brass engaged in shouting matches. Yup. Kessel is THAT divisive a topic. There has never been a clear consensus in favour of the value he brings to a team because he has so many downsides. It’s too bad, really.
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Fri, 23 Feb 2018 02:42:46 GMT reply
I have FAR more respect for complete, two way players with high compete levels and high hockey
IQ’s (like Ovechkin and Tavares) who have NEVER won the cup than I do for Kessel with his
cup rings. There’s a reason why Crosby won the Conne Smythe with fewer points than Kessel.
Crosby is a beast with fire in his belly. Kessel, on
the other hand, is a one trick pony, a primadona, a PP goal suck who is afraid of his own shadow. That’s why Kessel was voted “easiest star player to intimidate” by 200 fellow NHL players in a SI poll. Even the Sedin sisters were ranked as tougher. THE SEDINS, for crying out loud! And he suffers from “Amsirahc” (the opposite of charisma), which is
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Thu, 22 Feb 2018 12:25:55 GMT reply
Have you ever seen the Leafs win the Cup? No!!! I watched Kessel win it TWICE!
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Thu, 22 Feb 2018 12:24:25 GMT reply
"Thank you captain obvious. However, that doesn't negate the fact that he is STILL the most incomplete, one-dimensional player in the NHL. And, I hate to break it to you, but being second in league scoring doesn't make him the second best player in the league"
Do you even watch hockey bro? No one is claiming he is the best or the second best. You clearly don't watch hockey if you think he is so one-dimensional. I bet that was a big word for you to use. Did you have to look it up first?
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