Dec. 9th 1998
Evil Inc. Issue #9
JIMMY'S CASC BOOK OF LISTS
CASC Mid Season Report
(1)Rejean Proulx, Bluedogs: Reggie leads the league in every
(2)Leonard Leodu, Blizzard: His won-loss record is mediocre to
horrible, that's true. However, his G.A.A. is 3nd to Reggie, and he
has kept his low scoring team in every games with his excellent
(3)Yannick Medou, Four Aces: Inconsistent play shows in the stats,
but he has played a huge role when the Aces beat some good teams.
Unfortunately, he has also played a huge role when the Aces
lost to some weaker teams.
(4)Ronen Nathan, Dragons: Has an average GAA, especially considering
he faces fewer shots than any goalie. His won loss record is 1 games
over .500, not very good when the 1st sentence is analyzed.
(5)Chris Campbell, Heat: Yes, he faces a lot more shots than anyone
else. Yes, his defense is well below average. But hey, it's tough
being a goalie. Chris has to stop shots early in the game, give
his team confidence. Chris hasn't done that.
(1)Mike Callaghan, Bluedogs: Pinpoint passing, positional play,
accurate point shot. Sublime player.
(2)John Wong, Four Aces: Yes, he hates my guts for not printing his
stories on this web page. Yes, he has dropped me from his team in
the past because I wasn't "good enough". But this season has been
Wong's best. He has increased the level of intensity on the Aces to
the point where they climbed the standings after losing their first
four games. Stats do not measure his play.
(3)Robert Staric, Blizzard: A true leader, a major reason why the
Blizz are playing such solid D.
(4)Real Paquette, Dragons: It is no accident why the Dragons give up
way fewer shots than any team in the league. This former Renegade
has a lot to do with that.
(5)Ian Foster, Renegades: Not his best season, to be sure, but he
remains among the elite.
(6)Kim Nethersole, Bluedogs: Despite leading all defensemen in
scoring, he rates low on this list because his overall play on D has
not been up to his usual dominating standards.
(7)Rajesh Patel, Dragons: Booming shot, great positional play, is
not afraid to get in front of a shot.
(8)Chris Nadeau, Renegades: Read Ragesh Patel, just above.
(9)Eric Roy, Heat: If you have to have a Heat player on the list,
you might as well choose Eric. A good player, with gusts to
excellent. The only approachable member on the Heat.
(10)Kamlesh Patel and Greg Phendler, Bluedogs(tie):excellent players
playing at their usual level
(1)Paul Iacurto, Renegades: I'd rather drink poison, eat broccoli
and watch WCW for a year than say anything nice about my competitor
for web page supremacy. But I promised myself that I'd be objective,
so here goes: Paul has played awesome, carrying an injury-riddled
offense while at the same time leading the league in points.
(2)Sean Marcellin, Four Aces: There's nothing he can't do. His value
goes beyond being in the top three in league scoring. Sean is a
superstar who can also be deemed a "team player".
(3)Ralph Reiber, Dragons: Has scored many highlight film goals,
alongside linemate Chris Smith. Is also near the top among league
pointgetters. Ralph's only weakness is long shifts which can lead
(4)Chris Calihoo, Blizzard: Thus far, Chris has carried an offense
which has had major problems scoring goals.
(5)Eric Savage, Heat: Sure, he's a full blown cherrypicker. But
Savage led the league in goals last season and he's leading the
league this season. Skilled player to be sure
(6)Joe Lazarra, Renegades: Soft hands, with a good nose for where
the ball is, especially around the net.
(7)Yves Andre St. Laurent, Dragons: Great moves, nice quick
snapshot. Having a disappointing season considering his talent level.
Most Valuable Player
Mike Callaghan, Bluedogs:
His worth can't be measure in goals and assists, only in wins.
Worth mentioning:Paul Iacurto, Renegades and Rejean Proulx, Bluedogs
Supposedly a team with a two superstars and lots of ordinary players. After winning the
title last season and being on top of the standings this campaign,
maybe it's time some of these 'Dogs were given their due.
ASK THE LEGEND, PART II
Due to the incredible popularity of the first edition of ASK THE
LEGEND, in which yours truly attempted to predict the outcome of the
SURVIVOR SERIES, I will be answering some more fan mail in this issue.
My name is Vannessa, I play in the women's division and I am a big
fan of EVIL, Inc. as well as ASK THE LEGEND. I find your work to be
top notch and informative as opposed to the writing of Paul Iacurto.
I find that Paul is pretentious and elitist while you are merely
brilliant and incisive. My question is: What makes you so amazing?
Signed/ A reader with good taste. MsVannessa.
To answer your question would take pages and pages of me writing
about myself. On most occassions, I'd comply with a thesis on "The
Greatness of Jimmy" but it is Sunday, and I have forgotten all the
lies that I promised I'd tell should I be asked this question.
Needless to say, you are correct in your assumption. I am amazing. I
hear that from fans all the time. And you are correct as well when
you describe Paul Iacurto as pretentious and elitist. He is, although
he is very polite about it. What makes me so amazing?, you ask. I am
incorrigibly myself at all times.
this is Darren Roberts of the Bluedogs. I have a beef to pick with
you. In ASK THE LEGEND Part I, you criticized our captain Kim
Nethersole, saying a few things that were wrong. For instance, Kim
is not 40. I repeat, Kim is not 40. He's nowhere near 40. He's 39.
And as for Kim being overrated, that's not true either. He was never
rated to begin with. And as for Kim's best days being behind him
and that he can't hit the net if he prayed every night for a year,
well…..that part is true.
The part that got to me was when you was the last sentence when you
said, and I quote "I'm sure you have friends that will lie to you
and tell you that you still have what it takes" to play at a high
level. Are you kidding me, Kim has no friends, at least none that
are human and live on Earth. You insulted my captain and that is
something nobody should ever do.
Signed/ Darin' Darren