But the Bruins pulled it out with Poo-poo Pouliot scoring with about three minutes left in the game. It speaks to the resolve of this team. If the top two lines aren't getting it done, the bottom two lines sneak in and do it. They have the players. Unlike most teams, this third line is a good, speedy line that can score goals. Out of the four goals scored last night only one of them came from the top two lines and that was Brad Marchand scoring six seconds into the second period. Everything else? Chris Kelly, Beniot Pouliot, Greg Campbell, Rich Peverley, Jordan Caron and Shawn Thornton (I'm excluding defenseman, of course). That's not a bad showing my friends.
It's easy to see why other teams, and by proxy their fan bases, hate us. The Bruins play on an edge of being a goon squad. I'm not afraid to admit it at all. They chirp. They pester. They hit. They fight. They pretty much will do anything to get under the skin of their opponent...and then they win. This team did it in the playoffs last season and despite a weak October, they're doing it now in November. That translates to a hockey fanbase and no fanbase is better at chirping the other fanbase than the Bruins fans. We're expert chirpers. I mean, just read up and down this blog. The four of us could probably outchirp the entire Montreal fanbase, but add in some other people and it's on like Donkey Kong. It certainly doesn't hurt that the Canadiens fanbase has the spine of a jelly fish and are complete vaginas.
Speaking of the term vagina...
You know what? I'm not even going to go there.
"Tha Bruins ah clickin'!" and it looks like October's woes are a thing of the past.
Tuukkamania runs wild after the jump!...
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