Trying to make Nashville's Bridgestone Arena seem just a little more hospitable, the Pittsburgh Penguins decorated the walls of their small, gray locker room with dozens of motivational posters.
Scotch-taped over every inch of available wall space above lockers, on the bathroom walls and even in the hallway leading to the ice, was a greatest-hits collection of every sports motivational platitude known to man.
Gaynor said she’s had the idea for a long time because she herself co-owned a home with a friend in the early 90s. More recently, the speed-dating element came to Gaynor when she was joking with her three sons about how they can now use apps like Tinder to find a date, then it hit her: “Why couldn’t we use something similar to hook people up — to buy a property together?
” “It helps people increase their net worth, and it’s not just about a landlord making money off of your rent,” she said.
PITTSBURGH -- It took less than a minute for Sidney Crosby to remind the 18,605 fans in attendance at PPG Paints Arena on Thursday night that he was the best hockey player in the world.
With his Pittsburgh Penguins deadlocked at two games apiece in the 2017 Stanley Cup Final with the Nashville Predators, he owned the make-or-break Game 5 from the opening faceoff.
He explained sadly: 'I feel so stressed at the minute,' before sighing heavily and continuing: 'I think I need to fly away somewhere.'Cutting to his pet pooch in the next clip, he continued to tease at his need to escape the UK - and his apparent heartbreak from the Geordie Shore star - by questioning: 'Do you think dogs are allowed on planes? ' With it emerging that Charlotte had dumped him after his watching his womanising antics on the E4 show earlier that day, he added in light of his romantic woe: 'I gotta get out of this country.'It's not for me. ' A man true to his word however, the former Ex On The Beach star then shared another clip only hours later of him at airport - first looking wistfully at a plane from the terminal, before revealing to be on one himself.