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Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask nearly drilled by octopus prior to Red Wings game (GIF)

As Boston Bruins goaltender Tuuka Rask stood on the ice while the national anthem was being played before he and his teammates squared off against the Detroit Red Wings in Game 3 of the teams’ NHL Eastern Conference Quarterfinals series, a Red Wings fan nearly drilled him with an octopus. The chucking of an octopus […] The post Bruins goalie Tuuka Rask nearly drilled by octopus...
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Boston Bruins punish Red Wings to take series lead

The pre-game psyche job that the Detroit Red Wings harangue their opponents is one of the best in all of sports, what with purple strobes and many incandescent beams illuminating a 50 foot Octopus named "Al" as he's raised from the ice to the Rafters like a styrofoam Stonehenge at a Spinal Tap concert......then fans throwing Octopi onto the ice during the National Anthem...
Via Little Blog of Hate
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Brad Marchand Gets Kneed By Brendan Smith, Fakes Injury

Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand took a knee from Detroit Red Wings Brendan Smith during the second period on Tuesday night. Marchand’s left knee was hit, but when he went down, he grabbed his right knee. Marchand only missed a shift and appeared to be just fine, for obvious reasons. [@myregularface] The post Brad Marchand Gets Kneed By Brendan Smith, Fakes Injury appeared first...
Via Diehardsport
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Tuukka Rask Almost Hit By Octopus

Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask was almost hit by an Octopus during the National Anthem prior to Game 3 of the first round of the 2014 NHL Eastern Conference playoffs. The post Tuukka Rask Almost Hit By Octopus appeared first on Ride The Pine.
Via Ride The Pine
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Boston Bruins on Paper: Red Wings look to speed things up, Bruins looking for someone to hit

Since the beginning of time, the struggle for supremacy in anything has always been about speed vs. power.Quicker, more finesse entities have always been the underdog against bigger and stronger counterparts, but when the venue is in their natural environment, the advantage goes to the quick - they become more elusive and use their habitat and surroundings to their advantage.If Detroit...
Via Little Blog of Hate
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The Story Behind Jesus and the Boston Bruins on Easter

In case you haven't heard--Jesus was at the Bruins game on Sunday. Yes, on Easter Sunday there was a person dressed like Jesus at the Bruins/Red Wings game. As the story went on Sunday there was not a whole lot of love for the Son of God--they booed Jesus!At least that is what the internet led us to believe. That was actually not the case at all.@OnlyinBos/TwitterThanks to social...
Via FatManWriting
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Bruins’ Milan Lucic Needed Stitches After Cutting Foot In Game 2 Win

Boston Bruins forward Milan Lucic crashed into the boards during the second period of Sunday’s 4-1 victory over the Detroit Red Wings and needed stitches to repair a cut on his foot during the intermission. He almost went to the bench after the collision but decided to stay on the ice. It proved to be a wise choice because he scored an important late-period goal moments later that...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Bruins’ Daniel Paille, Matt Bartkowski Skate At Optional Practice

BOSTON — The Bruins held an optional practice at TD Garden on Monday morning before the team heads to Detroit to take on the Red Wings in Game 3 of their first-round playoff series at Joe Louis Arena. Most of the team did not skate, but a few players who have battled injuries and/or the flu bug were present. That group included Daniel Paille, who hasn’t played since taking a...
Via NESN.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jesus shows up at TD Garden for Bruins-Red Wings game, is booed (photos/video)

He has risen. To attend a Stanley Cup Playoffs game. On the perfect day to pull such a costumed cameo, a man dressed up as Jesus Christ made an appearance on Eastern Sunday at TD Garden to taken in Game 2 of the teams’ Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series. I’m familiar with the story of Jesus […] The post Jesus shows up at TD Garden for Bruins-Red Wings game, is booed (photos...
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Fan dressed as Jesus booed and escorted out of Bruins game

A handful of Boston Bruins fans nearly cost their team the game against the Detroit Red Wings Sunday. They nearly made the Big Man upstairs very angry--they booed his son. Yes, folks--Jesus was in attendance at the Bruins/Red Wings game in Boston Sunday.He didn't have to rise from the dead to get there either--just had to say he'd do something if someone gave him a ticket...
Via FatManWriting
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Boston Bruins win game 2, even series with Red Wings

While Sunday’s game 2 against the Detroit Red Wings was not technically a must win, the Boston Bruins did not want to find themselves in a 0-2 hole with the series heading to Detroit on Tuesday.   The Bruins came out in game two and made it clear early that they would not allow as much room to the speedy Red Wings skaters, something that hurt them in their 1-0 loss in game one...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Boston Bruins' Zdeno Chara having a good laugh at the expense of Brendan Smith

If Detroit Red Wings' defenseman Brendan Smith has something to prove to the Boston Bruins, his own teammates or to the world as a whole, he probably shouldn't target the most fearsome hockey player on the planet.Smith, the 6' 1" older brother of Bruins' forward Reilly, apparently had an episode of Napoleon Syndrome at the end of the first period of Sunday'...
Via Little Blog of Hate
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Boston Bruins Video: Lucic Gets Goal and Stitches, Tuukka Rask Remains Calm in Game 2 Win over Detroit Red Wings

BOSTON – Milan Lucic scored his first goal of the 2014 NHL playoffs Sunday, but that wasn't the only thing he came away with. After crashing into the boards before his goal, he sliced his foot with his skates, resulting in some fresh stitches to take with him to Detroit.…
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruins' Lucic fined $5,000 for spearing Wings' DeKeyser

The referees in Friday's game didn't punish Boston's Milan Lucic, but the league did so on Saturday. The NHL's Department of Player Safety fined Lucic $5,000 for spearing Red Wings defenseman Danny DeKeyser in the groin at 19:55 of the second period of Game 1. "I didn't really know what happened," DeKeyser told reporters in Boston after Saturday'...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
3 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Milan Lucic whacks opponent in nuts

The Bruins and Lightning faced off on Friday night to open their quarterfinal series in Boston. Milan Lucic made sure there would be some bad blood established early on when he took his stick to the undercarriage of Danny Dekeyser near the end of the second period. Officials didn’t catch the cheap shot, but Lucic could face some supplemental discipline from the league as a result...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss
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