The Lost Luongo Poem


I’ve been sick since Thursday–and had to run errands today in the rain–so not much time for a blog post today. Plus the Blackhawks will be on in an hour when they take on the Sharks.

But I thought I’d share this: it is another of TSN’s hilarious Roberto Luongo poems–this one about the Green Men who mock opponents in the penalty box. I’m not sure if this one actually aired, or if it was just an exclusive on the TSN website. Old news by now, but it’s new to you if you haven’t seen it yet.

And if you haven’t seen the other hilarious poems read by Luongo, check them out here.

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Author: Sal Barry

Sal Barry is the editor and webmaster of Puck Junk. He is a freelance hockey writer, college professor and terrible hockey player. Follow him on Twitter @puckjunk

3 thoughts on “The Lost Luongo Poem”

  1. Another great Luongo poem… I'm bummed that I'm not at the game. At least it's close… looks like it'll be a great game. 1 to 1 after 1. Go Sharks!

  2. These were fantastic! Just more proof that the NHL could attract a lot more followers if they would just show the players' personalities more…

  3. The poems were indeed funny…but Luongo's delivery really made them something special. The hat, the scarf, the glasses…it all beautifully riffs on how pretentious poetry can be.

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