This period sucked, especially for Matt Beleskey, so here is a picture of him with his dog. I REALLY fucking hope he is OK.
They’re not even interviewing ANY Bruins between periods; I imagine Claude is tearing them a new one.
And I do not like Ryan Kesler.
Yeah, so…here’s your ဒုတိယ ကာလ ချည်. (I don’t think the hockey gods know Burmese.)
Does anyone remember the last game the Ducks and Bruins played? Me neither.
So nice of you to stay up with me and watch this game.
On second thought, thank you for commiserating with me as the carnage unfolds.
Nah, just kidding. Kind of.
Here are the lines as seen at this morning’s skate:
According to Twitter, Frederik Andersen will be between the pipes for Anaheim tonight.
The Ducks are a ridiculous 22-9-5 at the Ponda Center, but have lost four out of their last five games. It’s also Zdeno Chara’s birthday today and only a fool would not let him get what he wants today.
Would you say no to this face?
It’s also a kind of important game for
Karl’s Dad Matt Beleskey, former Duck. A quick Google search of “Karl Beleskey” pulled up more images of Matt Beleskey rocking a mullet and not his own dog, and thankfully none of Karl wearing a mullet. I think I will save those images for another time.
What’s on tap?
David Krejci, doing it all tonight, including getting a dumb penalty foisted on him. It’s the Killer Krejci reputation doing him in.
For those of you with merit badges in #adulting, sweet dreams. I hope when you guys wake up tomorrow, you’re greeted with a win. Or you can stay up with me. I’ve got cookies.
So he probably WON’T be playing tonight, but I’m writing this thingy so here’s a picture of him just because I can.
Hello! It’s a Tuesday night, we’re all feeling the effects of Daylight Savings Time, and games on this leg will end up literally spanning two days for most of you Bruins fans. But NOT ME! And that’s why I will be here, possibly typing into an abyss, as the Bruins kick off their West Coast Road Trip, or as some people like to call it, “The East Coast Bias Hyperawareness Tour.” FUN!
David Pastrnak doing what he does best.
Well, it seems like Period 1B was about to strike again but it seems like the Bruins forgot what period they were in and where they were and what time is was and now find themselves up by a goal (thanks, Pasta!) headed into the final period.
Can they build upon their lead? I sure as hell hope so!
OK, so that’s Halak right there in an awkward position, and we all know that as he’s out for about six weeks, Greiss is going to be the one starting in net today. Right now I’m banking on our Fine Finnish Friend, Tuukka Rask (sorry Kemp) getting the start in net for Boston.