LI native Scuderi brings Stanley Cup ...

LI native Scuderi brings Stanley Cup on home tour

There are 44 comments on the Newsday story from Jul 17, 2009, titled LI native Scuderi brings Stanley Cup on home tour. In it, Newsday reports that:

Long Island has long been familiar territory for the Stanley Cup, with people here hoisting it in May and hosting it in the summer.

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THE FRITO BANDITO

Farmingdale, NY

#1 Jul 18, 2009
Hey Bobby what are you doing now? Wheels
Lotterypick

Brooklyn, NY

#2 Jul 18, 2009
Great job by Robbie on and off the ice. Took the Cup to the picnic for the handicapped kids at Lido Beach yesterday too.
lol

Lynbrook, NY

#3 Jul 18, 2009
wish I would have known the cup was in Bellmore...I would have went
Lucky

Lansing, MI

#4 Jul 18, 2009
Interesting that the most obvious question hasn't been raised regarding this LI proud young man. In his Free Agent year,coming off a wondefully productive season,why wasn't he significantly sought after by Snow and if he was,why didn't he jump at the opportunity to put on an Islanders sweater? The 30 year old Rob Scuderi would have given the backline quite abit more solidity. Could it be that the almighty dollar speaks louder than civil pride?
JOHNNY MSG

Haledon, NJ

#5 Jul 18, 2009
Lucky wrote:
Interesting that the most obvious question hasn't been raised regarding this LI proud young man. In his Free Agent year,coming off a wondefully productive season,why wasn't he significantly sought after by Snow and if he was,why didn't he jump at the opportunity to put on an Islanders sweater? The 30 year old Rob Scuderi would have given the backline quite abit more solidity. Could it be that the almighty dollar speaks louder than civil pride?
Think about what your sayin ass wipe!

Sure hes proud of LONG ISLAND and he has shown that

But dont you dare suggest this great long islander should show interest in that joke of an organization!

Hes gonna cap off his career being a champ and make some real money for his future

Why the fuck would he screw it all up and play for that gook prick and the clueless wonder snow

They have no loyalty to any players anyway.
Thats why there alumni wants nothin to do with that shit-hole of a team

SO KNOW WHAT YOUR TALKIN ABOUT BEFORE YOU SAY SOMETHING STUPID YOU NASSAU COUNTY WELFARE CASE
Lotterypick

Brooklyn, NY

#6 Jul 19, 2009
Lucky wrote:
Interesting that the most obvious question hasn't been raised regarding this LI proud young man. In his Free Agent year,coming off a wondefully productive season,why wasn't he significantly sought after by Snow and if he was,why didn't he jump at the opportunity to put on an Islanders sweater? The 30 year old Rob Scuderi would have given the backline quite abit more solidity. Could it be that the almighty dollar speaks louder than civil pride?
To this point, Rob has been grossly underpaid by NHL standards. He spent years in the minors making very little after graduating from BC. This is probably his one and only chance to provide security for his family. To suggest he should take a lot less from the Islanders or any other organization is absurd.
JOHNNY MSG

Haledon, NJ

#7 Jul 19, 2009
Lotterypick wrote:
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To this point, Rob has been grossly underpaid by NHL standards. He spent years in the minors making very little after graduating from BC. This is probably his one and only chance to provide security for his family. To suggest he should take a lot less from the Islanders or any other organization is absurd.
Well said bud, that guy was a complete dooshbag!

But thats those scumm-bag isle fans thinking everyone owes their pitiful team something!

They should start by getting an AMERICAN owner and not some gook from the rice-patty
Charlie Wang

AOL

#8 Jul 19, 2009
Maybe if I get a new building, the Isles will have a real arena to play in instead of that dump in uniondale.
Lucky

Lansing, MI

#11 Jul 19, 2009
JOHNNY MSG wrote:
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Think about what your sayin **** wipe!
Sure hes proud of LONG ISLAND and he has shown that
But dont you dare suggest this great long islander should show interest in that joke of an organization!
Hes gonna cap off his career being a champ and make some real money for his future
Why the **** would he screw it all up and play for that **** and the clueless wonder snow
They have no loyalty to any players anyway.
Thats why there alumni wants nothin to do with that ****-hole of a team
SO KNOW WHAT YOUR TALKIN ABOUT BEFORE YOU SAY SOMETHING STUPID YOU NASSAU COUNTY WELFARE CASE
Look,ZIPPER HEAD,I have never met you and visa virsa. I assume you are of adult age and that is sad. Anyone who would resort to this kind of infantile behavior has a problem. Let me guess! You are a Rangers fan, they are your life and life is nothing but a childish,sleep away Camp like color war. All Islanders fans and Nassau County residents are pond scum. Am I on the right track? Shallow individuals such as yourself are downright pitifull and scary. Go back under your lily pad and play with species possessing thought processes on a par with yourself!
Lucky

Lansing, MI

#12 Jul 19, 2009
JOHNNY MSG wrote:
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Well said bud, that guy was a complete ****!
But thats those scumm-bag isle fans thinking everyone owes their pitiful team something!
They should start by getting an AMERICAN owner and not some **** from the rice-patty
Your last sentence speaks volumes of your mental capacity!
Lucky

Lansing, MI

#13 Jul 19, 2009
Mindy Fishbaum wrote:
Who cares about this Goyem sport!
Holy Smoke!!! Am I on the planet Earth?? Mindy! I am also of the Jewish persuation and cannot believe what I just read! Who do you think you are talking to,a minion? Hey Newsday,don't ya think there should be some screening here? I'm outta here!!!
Lucky

Lansing, MI

#14 Jul 19, 2009
Lotterypick wrote:
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To this point, Rob has been grossly underpaid by NHL standards. He spent years in the minors making very little after graduating from BC. This is probably his one and only chance to provide security for his family. To suggest he should take a lot less from the Islanders or any other organization is absurd.
I suggested nothing of the sought. My thought was all things remaining NEAR equal,I would have thought Rob would choose to play in his backyard. I have no way of knowing what happened here and made that clear(at least I thought so). Perhaps the choosing $$$ of civil pride statement could have been explained abit better,but by no means did I mean to 'CONCLUDE' Rob took only a dollar more from LA! Hopefully you now have second thoughts about aligning yourself with that bigoted foul mouth imbecile,who evidently judges people by the team they support and has no trouble detesting people he has never met.
Lucky

Lansing, MI

#16 Jul 19, 2009
You seem like an intelligent,sensitive and level headed individual,Lotterypick. It didn't escape me that Rob took the time to visit handicapped kids with The Cup. Again,I don't begrudge the young man bettering himself and his family financially. Having said that I was purely speaking from a fans point of view. Mea Cupa if I thought it would have been a nice story if Rob came home and adorned an Islanders sweater. Must I ask for forgiveness if I was frustrated that he didn't? One thing is certain. My intial post didn't deserve such a demeaning,meanspirited and foul response on the part of that ignorant Rangers fan. Most of the sensible followers of that team are arguably the most passionate and fairest fans in the Land and can differentiate between fandom and person. It is people such as these,who's world is so small that he can only stereotype and factor into why people still have trouble getting along. To make matters worse,subsequently I had to see Mindy's mind boggling and disgusting Anti -Christian narrow minded garbage. As a Jew myself,I am embarrassed to say she is of the same persuation. Peace,Bro,and Lets Go Islanders!
JOHNNY MSG

Haledon, NJ

#18 Jul 19, 2009
Lucky wrote:
<quoted text> I suggested nothing of the sought. My thought was all things remaining NEAR equal,I would have thought Rob would choose to play in his backyard. I have no way of knowing what happened here and made that clear(at least I thought so). Perhaps the choosing $$$ of civil pride statement could have been explained abit better,but by no means did I mean to 'CONCLUDE' Rob took only a dollar more from LA! Hopefully you now have second thoughts about aligning yourself with that bigoted foul mouth imbecile,who evidently judges people by the team they support and has no trouble detesting people he has never met.
PA left one shit hole nassau for another

Another loser who couldnt make a living like a real man so he leaves the island for a toxic dump

Whores his wife and daughter and cries all day on his computer

Great husband and father, pat yourself on the back !

See i know you shit for brains your a lowlife drunk
Lucky

Lansing, MI

#19 Jul 20, 2009
JOHNNY MSG wrote:
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PA left one **** hole nassau for another
Another loser who couldnt make a living like a real man so he leaves the island for a toxic dump
Whores his wife and daughter and cries all day on his computer
Great husband and father, pat yourself on the back !
See i know you **** for brains your a lowlife drunk
I can respond with some words of wisdom for you,but having been around the block a few times I know hopelessness when I see or read it in words and tone. I will say this as a content,retired,financially sound grandfather six times and proud father of three wonderful children,miserable brainless statue that you are,I still wish you would achieve what my family and I have!
Lucky

Lansing, MI

#20 Jul 20, 2009
I want to draw attention to your operation and format as a daily media source. Take note of your readership. Something somewhere is amiss,if it has attracted meanspirited and mentally unbalanced maniacal gouls such as Johnny MSG!!!
unknown johnny

Haledon, NJ

#21 Jul 20, 2009
yeah your a huge success , you couldnt even afford to stay on long island and you think you were successful!

im retiring before the age of 50 with my 1.5 mil house paid for in two more years!

right now my retirement fund will bring me to the age of 80 and thats before i sell two commercial buildings

oh yeah , but your a success!

no pal your kids are ashamed of you you pathetic loser-living up in a trailer somewhere

your poor kids throw the grand kids in the car on that long hike to see the poor old sap

keep telling yourself that, there embarrassed of you ass wipe

and your going on the computer insulting other people while your a helpless slob up in the woods

great job mister, you should look in the mirror sometime, you got the balls to call out scuderi

well you know what , i know the guy personally and hes busted his ass his whole career and just got by doing for his family now its his timeand you got the balls to come on here and suggest that because hes from long island he owes your pathetic team something because they suck!

THink before you talk s-hit for brains

people like you think your owed something all the time,
i guess you had to move because you milked social services right up to age limit

boy your kids must be so proud
Darcy Tucker

AOL

#22 Jul 20, 2009
Lucky wrote:
<quoted text> I can respond with some words of wisdom for you,but having been around the block a few times I know hopelessness when I see or read it in words and tone. I will say this as a content,retired,financially sound grandfather six times and proud father of three wonderful children,miserable brainless statue that you are,I still wish you would achieve what my family and I have!
I thought you were leaving?

Why someone would get so upset over the word goyem is beyond me.
Lucky

Lansing, MI

#23 Jul 20, 2009
You have it all figured out,don't you. All I can say is anyone creating a biographical snyopsis on one they never met has issues. Even more sadly is not only don't you know who you are responding to,but totally misunderstood the nature and thought of my post. Rather than politely asking what I mean't by it like a reasonable man,you irrationally chose to allow yourself to lose emotional balance and control and throw some disgusting gutter language my way. I say this not in a meanspirited way. I am not angry. You evidently have severe anger issues and find relief in letting yourself go. That is a dangerous road to take. Your rant and insults basically revolved around a hockey team. Think about it. Cool down. Maybe one day we will be introduced and you wouldn't have such dangerously terrible illusions about someone you never knew or met before. Whew!!!!
Lucky

Lansing, MI

#24 Jul 20, 2009
Darcy Tucker wrote:
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I thought you were leaving?
Why someone would get so upset over the word goyem is beyond me.
Darcy! She said,who cares about Hockey? It is a Goyem(Gentile)sport. Its not about the word,but rather its place in her thoughts. I am Jewish,but find that demeaning. Regardless of your background,don't you? What is the problem here?

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