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May 22, 2013 | As seen in Spring 2013 issue
Best Bond NHL Villains
By Michael Grossi, Features Editor

With the emergence of Ottawa Senators rookie Jakob Silfverberg, we here at The Fourth Period have adopted the tradition of yelling SILFVERBERGGGG! every time the man with the golden name does something with the puck, as if the young Swede is the key villain in the next James Bond flick.

Here's a look at five names that could also be confused with enemies of 007:


Bond villains always have their quirks, Nikitin is no different. His quirk is to be the guy with the alliterative name. As such, he speaks only in alliteration.
Never has there been an American Bond villain, but can't you picture a drug trafficker, bent on world-domination with a name like Alec Martinez?
Sgarbossa? I'm surprised this name hadn't already been used for a Bond villain. Who puts S and G beside each other, anyways?
Like many Bond villains before him, Holzer fills two prerequisites. One: He's German. Two: His first name sounds violent.
Seriously, just imagine Sean Connery, full fledged in that Scottish accent, saying, "NISHE TRY, SCHILFVERBERG!"

Special mention to Grant Clitsome for best "Bond Girl Last Name."

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