I am surprised at the kind of actions that some people do. No emotions involved, corporate greed & hippocracy is at it’s very best. On display is the double standards and evil intentions. Human Resources…….they forget the word ‘Human’.
It seems that most companies are like that. One company has made it a point to let every employee know that they (the employees) are nothing but peices of meat to be shoved from side to side as they please. Their family life, career and feelings be damned. I know its a recession but come one please. Another has made it clear that the employees below manager level are mere props or pawns in a race to see who can get more money.
What a life! I wonder if we could get rid of such evil empires of greed & evil.
Since the last update, things have improved a lot for the Ottawa Senators. On the 14th, the day immediately after their 5-1 victory over Carolina, the Sens went to Atlanta and won 3-2 against the Thrashers. Jason Spezza and Daniel Alfredsson each had a goal and an assist, helping Ottawa beat the Thrashers 3-2 to keep Atlanta reeling at home on Wednesday night. Dean McAmmond broke a 2-2 tie for the winning goal 14:23 into the second period. Jarkko Ruutu floated a pass up the ice for McAmmond, who scored on a breakaway ahead of trailing defenseman Ron Hainsey. Goalie Brian Elliot saved 29 of 31 shots on goal.
On the 17th Ottawa was visted by the Montreal Canadiens and lost in a shootout after coming back from 4-2 down to tie the game. Mike Fisher scored Ottawa’s third goal of the third period with 1:47 remaining in regulation to tie it 4-4. Elliott stopped 28 shots in his fourth straight start. Dany Heatley scored twice, earlier in the period, drawing the Senators to within one each time. Chris Kelly also scored for Ottawa, which failed in its bid to win three games in a row for the first time this season
Washington came calling 3 days later and Ottawa won by a 3-2 margin. Heatley scored 2 goals again and Brendan Bell had the game winning power-play goal (3rd of the game) with 1:22 remaining to lift the Senators to a 3-2 win over the Capitals. In this game Ottawa’s Peter Regin made his NHL debut. A 22-year-old chosen in the third round of the 2004 draft, Regin was called up from Binghamton of the AHL earlier in the day and became the fifth Danish-born player in league history.
And now they are sitting pretty, waiting for the All-star game to get over and meet the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday.