Boston Bruins Bar Tab

The B’s racked up a $150,000+ bar tab partying after their Stanley Cup Victory. Among the highlights 126 Bud Lights, 2 Bottles of Ace of Spade Champagne ($2,000 each) 1 bottle of Ace of Spades Midas Champagne ($100,000) and they left a tip of $24,869

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Inside the Vancouver Riot Part 2 (Pictures)

Here are some more pictures of the riots in Vancouver. Police trying to identify anyone they can in the pictures.

Boston Bruins Win Stanley Cup!

Game 7 just ended and the Bruins beat the Canucks 4-0 on home ice. I have been criticized a lot for cheering for Boston, with people telling me Vancouver is “Canada’s team” and that I should want the Stanley Cup on Canadian soil. However, 17 of the 22 players on the Bruins roster are CANADIAN, making them a hell of a lot more Canadian than the Canucks. And about that Stanley Cup being on Canadian soil; Its always on Canadian soil. They store it in Toronto at the Hockey Hall of Fame! So theres that! haha

The Boston Bruins won their first Stanley Cup in 39 years, defeating the Vancouver Canucks 4-0 Wednesday night in the seventh and deciding game of the National Hockey League’s annual championship. Still can’t believe they were shutout, couldn’t even put one passed Timmy T who received the Conn Smythe as MVP. Good ol’ Nova Scotia boy Brad Marchand with 2 goals and 1 assist in the game. Tyler Seguin became the youngest rookie to win the Stanley Cup at age 19, second to none other than his teammate Mark Reechiwho also did it way back when.

The Bruins now have won the Stanley Cup six times, fourth-most among all NHL franchises, but hadn’t captured the sport’s most coveted prize since 1972. They had been to the finals five other times since they last won, but this time marked their first appearance since 1990.

The Canucks have been to the finals three times in their 41 seasons in the league, but have never won. Holding the home-ice advantage, they won the first two games of the series, but lost all three games played in Boston before losing at home on Wednesday.

They were seeking to become the first Canadian team to win the NHL title since the Montreal Canadiens in 1993.

What if P.K. Subban Never Played Hockey?

Kadri Helps the Leafs Cling On!

The Toronto Maple Leafs survived to live another day. A huge road win against Boston tonight in what seemed like a playoff game. Here is Jay Rosehill’s fight as well as Nazem Kadri’s sweet shootout winner.

Rosehill vs Lucic Fight

Kadri, stirrin-the-soup for the shootout winner!

Here is the entire shootout if you care to watch it:

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