Sunday, December 6, 2009

Snapshot of the Game - Storm at Stars 12/4

 I've been slacking the past few home games with getting the "Snapshot of the Game" back on the blog, so I want to apologize to the readers and to Brandon Anderson (official Stars photographer) for that.  What better game to bring the SotG back than Friday night's Teddy Bear Toss game against the Storm.  Here we see the Stars celebration after Jon Puskar's first period goal, and the ensuing stuffed animal deluge.  Fantastic shot.

You can view more of Brandon Anderson's excellent work here.


Norfolk Fan said...

Great picture Brandon! Nice action shot. I thought the Stars controlled that game for the majority of the game. It was a shame they couldn't pull off the win. I will say the guys have come a long way from the begining of the season though. I have a feeling if they can get back to .500 and level off by the middle of January, they'll be bona fide contenders come March. A majority of home games after the new year will help too.

BTW - Great to meet you and at the Ice Box last weekend Yeti. I've been reading your posts at the LJS blog for a long time, and it's nice to put a face to the name. It was nice to meet Mrs. Yeti too. I would like to send you that picture of the Christiansen-Reichman fight at the Ice Box a few years ago, but I couldn't figure out how to post it here, and didn't see an e-mail address for you either. Send a quick note to if you like, and I'll attach it to a reply.

Go Stars!
Norfolk Fan

Yeti said...

Great talking to you as well, NF. As I have always said, it's great to meet the readers of this blog in person. It's nice to know there are folks out there who do actually read it! It's also nice to put a face to a screen name. :)

Keep an eye out for an email from me. Hope to see you at more games this season!

If anyone would like to contact me for any reason, you can send an email to:

Anonymous said...

Don't know if anyone remembers this but I proposed to my wonderful lady at this game. I had found a photo on the stars website but now it's gone. Does anyone know how I can get a hold of who took this picture? If so please email me at I would love to order a print