Goalies Decide They’ve Had GAA Too Low, Far Too Long

ANN ARBOR– In a stunning turn of events, both Matt Okray and Gary Pletcher announced that they were “sick and tired of having super low goals against” following Hopslam’s 7-7 tie with the Cleveland Steamers.

“The pressure to maintain a goals against of 2.10 is just too much sometimes,” said Okray. “So, you let a couple sneak in to take the edge off.”

Pletcher agreed. “You really want that goals against somewhere in the high fives,” he noted.

“Except for Mark’s goal,” added Pletcher, referring to defenseman Mark Woods, who tied the game at 4-4 in the second period. “That one is going to haunt me for a long time.”