Thursday, June 9, 2011

the bruins will not lose another game.

The Boston Bruins will win their next two games against the Vancouver Canucks. They will hoist the Stanley Cup at home in the Garden.

The Bruins are playing their best team hockey and have all the momentum in the world. The hated Canucks are reeling and are being outmatched physically, and are being dominated on the power play. Meanwhile, Tim Thomas continues to play like a man possessed.

In case you missed last night's game 4 beat down in the garden, here are the highlights of the massacre. Enjoy.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Let's Go Bruins!

If you've been following the Stanley Cup finals at all, you know that the Vancouver Canucks are a bunch of divers, biters, and unsportsmanlike assholes. Alexandre Burrows bit the finger of Patrice Bergeron during Game 1, and during Game 2, Burrows and his Canuck butt-buddies taunted the forward with finger biting gestures. However, during Game 3, the Bruins got plenty of payback. In the clip below, Milan Lucic slams Burrows' head and then shoves his fingers in Burrows' face, daring Burrows to bite. Check it out:

Friday, June 3, 2011

burrows bites bergeron. is the nhl fucking blind?

In the video below, Alexandre Burrows clearly bites Patrice Bergeron's finger. After the bite, Bergeron showed a bloody finger to the refs, who did nothing. Fine, because the NHL would surely punish Burrows for the incident. Or not.

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

make the nfl tougher AND safer: remove the facemask

If you don't think the NFL has a huge problem with head injuries, then you yourself might be brain damaged. If you think the NFL has a problem with head injuries, but you still want to see players leading with the head, then you might be an asshole. If you want to see the NFL eliminate head injuries overnight, then I'm with you.

There is only one sure fire way of virtually eliminating all head injuries over night in the NFL: We must remove the facemask. If you've never heard this argument before, just take a moment to allow it to sink in. The NFL could simultaneously become a tougher sport, AND a safer sport by removing the mask all together.