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We’ve all done it. Tried to be funny and edgy and just come off as insensitve and offended someone. Here’s the trick: say your sorry, and move on. Don’t try and defend yourself, because it only makes everyone more mad. Guess what Cubby Tees did?
This Photo Of A Blackhawks Fan Who Got Hit In The Face With A Puck Gets Way More Graphic After The Jump
In Case You Got More Than Four Hours Of Sleep, Here’s The Blackhawks 3OT Goal in the Stanley Cup Finals
It was less of a goal and more of a Rube Goldberg machine.
It was the hockey equivalent of jumping on a live grenade, as the Bruins’ Gregory Campbell threw himself in front of a slapshot, which broke his leg, and then stayed on the ice for 40-plus excruciating seconds to help defend a power play during his team’s 2-1 double-overtime playoff win over Pittsburgh.
This Indescribably Cute, Blind Golden Retriever Named Ray Charles Wants To Drop The Puck At A Boston Bruins Game. Don’t You Want To Help Him?
For those of you who don’t follow the NHL, the Boston Bruins are currently playing the Toronto Maple Leafs in the first round of the playoffs (Boston is up 2-1 after winning last night, by the way). So in a not-too-clever take on the recent “Boston Strong” rallying cry, this Toronto fan mocked up (or bought?) this sign and ostensibly brought it to the arena.
That is the stupidest, most tactless thing you could have said right there. Breakdown about what he was referencing after the jump.
If The Bruins Are Able To Play Tonight, They’ll Have A Charity Auction For Victims Of The Marathon Bombing
The NHL doesn’t know how to handle labor disputes, but they appear to be experts in handling tragedies.