For those who don't know, I've teamed up with Chris over at Gahden Gremlins for the month of Movember to help save the prostates, penises, and balls of the world. In all serious though, Movember is a great movement. For anyone who is interested in donating, you can do so here
There is a good reason why I hate trying to grow facial hair from scratch, it starts out patchy. See, I don't want to grow just any mustache, I want to go for a fu manchu. There is a problem though, a key component in the fu manchu is the connection of the hair above the lip to the hair by the chin, an area of my face I refer to as "no mans land".
It's for this reason that I was going to go for a more traditional mustache, but then I'd spend the first half of the month looking hispanic.
Given my patchy begining, I'm sure some of you are expecting a Pacioretty joke, but I'm going to have to disappoint, I don't want him to have anything to do with me or my face. Instead, I bring you Patches O'Houlihan Pizz!
I'm not really used to being in a position where I can't mock the Islander's place in the standings, we're tied with them for dead last. The winner of this game will look slightly less abysmal in the standings.
Well, at least we never had the Gortons Fisherman as our logo.
The Bruins have to be riding high after slaughtering the Maple Leafs the other night, hopefully they can bring in some of that fire tonight. I'm not quite ready to say that the Bruins have turned the corner, but the time has come that we can at least be cautiously optimistic...though we shouldn't feel any better if we manage to beat the Islanders...that's like being proud of beating a paraplegic in a foot race.
This new Boston Bruins shirt features #19 lighting up the ice and a twist on the classic Back to the Future movie poster logo. While the rest of the Bruins have been shaking off the Stanley Cup hangover, Tyler Seguin has been leading the offense, averaging a point per game and posting a +8 on the young season. No more waiting for the kid to prove his worth… the future is now Bruins fans… and Seguin is our Marty McFly!
The shirt is available in both Men's and Women's and are going for $16 but DOY readers can save 10% by putting in DOY in the coupon code.
We need to get 25 pre-orders before we can bring this badboy to the printers, so order soon and spread the word. It's also a limited edition t-shirt so once we go to printers and sell out, they're gone.
Welcome to the season guys, nice of you to join us! Just as hope was diminishing, we get a good, solid win against a hot Senators team, and a complete blowout against an overachieving Toronto team. What happened? Did their arms finally get sore from scraping the bottom of the NHL barrel? Do they just really hate Toronto?
Nope, it's the power of the Timmy 'stache reborn!
What a thing of beauty.... Movember must be the source of Timmy's power.
These types of games make you wonder why we can't see more production like this. Not that we expect every game to be 7-0, but a little consistency would be nice! The Bruins are streakier than Kaleta's underpants after seeing Thornton on the ice with him.
“I’m still trying to get my game back,” admitted Horton, who has managed points in only four of the team’s first 11 games this season. “I don’t feel 100 percent out there like I’m myself. I’m just trying to get that back.
“With my timing and stuff I still don’t feel like I’m myself out there. I mean . . . I’m fine, but I just need to be better obviously. I just need to be better. I had never had a concussion [before] or whatever. I didn’t know what to expect. Obviously it has [contributed a slow start], but I’m just going to keep working through it. I have to be better, I know I can be better and I want to be better.”
"That Horton’s game has yet to return reminds Julien of the cases of Patrice Bergeron and Marc Savard. On Oct. 27, 2007, Bergeron suffered a career-threatening concussion when he was belted into the Garden boards by Philadelphia defenseman Randy Jones. The next time Bergeron dressed was the following season. That year, Bergeron barely resembled the No. 2 center he had been prior to his injury." (Boston.com)
Patrick Kaleta is a notorious coward and turtle. The guy wouldn't fight someone face to face or try to fight someone his own size if you gave him a million dollars. If you told him to hit someone like Chara or Thornton and then not run away and he'd end world hunger, he'd still run. He just doesn't have an ounce of respect, bravery or courage in him.
He is a talentless cheapshot artist who sucks at both hockey and life. Wednesday night he was at it again, dishing out headbutts like they were candy.
The guy is a world class assclown. No idea why anyone in Buffalo likes him, though the entire city also thinks Ryan Miller is clutch and that Ville Leino is worth the money so obviously there is some kind of intelligence problem over there.
By now you're asking yourself... Kaleta can't really be like this all the time, can he? Is he always THIS much of a douche? A few simple pictures we found in the Kaleta family album more than answer your questions.
After the jump.... a day in the life of Patrick Kaleta....
Personally, we think the Bruins Fan Relations might be the worst fan relations department in the NHL... possibly the world. But maybe we're just biased since they've screwed us over at least once every year since we got season tickets a few years back. Maybe we're just dicks. Maybe the Bs Fan staff sucking is status quo.
We're looking for people's feedback/thoughts (Good or bad) on the Bruins Fan Relation Group for a possible post.
Things we're looking for:
What events have you been to? What do you think of them. Good? Bad? Do you have Bruins STH? How satisifed are you with Fan Relations? Can the Bruins fan relations do more? Are they worth the time/cost/effort? If you've been to other team's events, how do they compare?
We're also interested in hearing from non-Bruins fans on how their favorite team handles things. We know a lot of teams give out free gifts with the STH package, etc. We're really hoping to get an overall view of how the Bs compare to the rest of the NHL.
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