NHL training camps are going to be opening soon, so it's time to get pumped. Yes, even if you're a Toronto Maple Leafs fan.
And what better way to get pumped than by listening to some dude with a blue wig, whiteout on his sunglasses, accurate knowledge of 98 percent of the Leafs' names (sorry, Joffrey) and the ability to spit mad rhymes about hockey rosters?
Here is Austin MacDonald a.k.a. sugardaddymac, who previously unleashed a Toronto Blue Jays rap upon on unsuspecting public, dropping the first unofficial hip-hop anthem of the 2011-12 NHL season.
Clarke MacArthur, rejected by Thrash/
Well Clarkie boy, you got the last laugh/
Line No. 3 is sure to be a party/
Hopefully centered by Matthew Lombardi/
We're praying for him to be healthy and well/
And to be a valuable as a drug cartel.
(Honestly, are drug cartels "valuable"? We can see them as a revenue generating force, for sure, but how saleable can a multi-faceted corporation be when there's a chance your CEO could end up beheaded before the next board meeting?)
We look forward to seeing more Leafs-centric hip-hop from Mr. SugarDaddyMac; and, perhaps, a future team-up with the guy who did "The Caps Rap" to become the Kanye/Jay-Z of crayon-haired hockey-obsessed Caucasian males MCs.