Well here we ago with yet ANOTHER Jewish stereotype.
Frankly, we're getting a little sick of you, Mr. Jewish Hockeyplayerberg.
Look, everyone knows that the letters N-H-L are synonymous with J-E-W. After all, is there a Jewish child who doesn't remember their mothers straightening their yarmulke with one hand while tying up their skate laces with the other?
And who didn't skip out on Hebrew school for a little pick-up on the frozen pond behind the shul?
But why is it so hard to find one studious, even slightly-nerdy Jew among the battle-hardened, athletic, ice hockey playing masses? After all, is breaking the hockey stick over one's knee the same as smashing the Ten Commandments?
So, congrats Mr. Mathieu Schneider, Stanley Cup winner, all-star defenseman, on being yet another Jewish hockey player and reinforcing this ridiculous stereotype of the Chosen people.
Why couldn't you have been a trendsetter and gone into something like comedy or banking instead?