Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis took part in what social media calls #TBT or Throwback Thursday. He tweeted out this photo from his freshman year at the University Of Pittsburgh back in 2004 where he recorded two interceptions.
Let’s hope 5 years from now his Throwback Thursday picture is of him holding up the Lombardi Trophy with the Patriots!
I stumbled upon the picture below in a recent Sports Illustrated Stanley Cup photos spread. For the life of me, I do not remember the decapitated Teddy Bear from Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Bruins and Canucks. As you may recall, the B’s fell 1-0 and by the looks of it those arrogant Vancouver fans thought the Cup was all but theirs.
Three years later, it still sucks being them and people are still getting arrested for the riots.
Word to the wise, don’t poke the bear and definitely don’t cut off it’s head…
Patriots wide receiver Julien Edelman has had quite the year, he signed a 4 year 19 million deal in March and now has embarked on the talk show circuit…sort of.
Ladies BEWARE: Edelman breaks out the Zoolander “Blue Steel”!
Wait for it….
I actually caught myself laughing out loud at “Jules” not sure if that is good or bad!
Pot Of Baked Beans Goes To NESN!
The Montreal Canadiens complained throughout the whole Bruins series that they were disrespected.
Well, it appears one of the Habs’ new sponsors, Canadian Tire has very little respect for the “Spoked B”.
One of the chain’s Montreal stores (Alexis-Nihon mall. Thanks Karen for the tip!) proudly displays a Boston Bruins
door mat jersey (which was stapled) that patrons walk all over to make donations.
I find it hard to believe that any Boston Bruins sponsor would show this much disrespect to a member of the Original Six.
Everyone hockey fan knows Bobby Orr’s Iconic “Flying Goal” from the 1970 Stanley Cup versus the St. Louis Blues.
You probably seen artistic interpretations using OYO/Legos, but this pencil drawing version will simply blow your mind.
The above video was done by piecing together 63 individual pencil drawings….simply incredible.
If you have been living in a cave or not on the Twitter machine, you may not know that Bruins’ center Patrice Bergeron has made it to the semi-finals to land the cover of the NHL ’15 video game.
He is currently squaring off versus T.J. Oshie of the St. Louis Blues.
Steve Ott came to the aid of his teammate with the following chirp/tweet:
After feeling the twitter scorn of countless ladies, Ott back pedaled:
That was the equivalent of a social media TKO.
Ott must be jealous that the only cover he would land is for “Homeless Hobo Magazine”.
With that being said, #NHL15Bergeron FOREVER!
Pot of Baked Beans Goes To @BergyProbs!