Thursday, May 14, 2009

Ha Ha!

I'm not one to gloat when an enemy is defeated...most of the time. I think it brings bad karma on the Habs. BUT, I'm making an exception for the Bruins. Their fans have been absolutely insufferable this year. For the first time in my recent memory, I'm seeing large men, squinting into the sun, lurching around the streets wearing Boston sweaters and caps. It's like Night of the Living Dead. I had an email from a guy I knew in university, and from whom I haven't heard in ten years, mocking the Habs after the first-round loss. There have been encounters with Bs fans in public, asking what Saku's handicap is and how much better he'll be after another spring to practice, or whether Komisarek is still afraid to come out of his house because Lucic might be walking past. And this is after an entire season of Bruins fans ranting about how their team rules and how they're going to mow down every team they face on their way to first place and a Cup.

So, IN YOUR FACE Bruins fans. HAHAHAHA! How the mighty have fallen. I loved seeing Thomas hang his head and bolt from his net after Walker's OT goal. And how the thousands of obnoxious, fat, loud, rude Bs fans in the arena moaned in agony all at once. And how Julien once again wore his "perplexed Alfred Hitchcock with hemorrhoids" expression. And how Chara and Lucic had to meekly shake all the Canes' hands and wish them luck while struggling with their lack of opposable thumbs. It was great. Glorious. No Cup for you, Bruins! Game seven in OT at home...if I had to write a script for how I'd like the Bs to lose, that would be it. Only it'd be in the first round and the instrument of their elimination would be the Habs, but you can't have everything I guess.

Ha! to the father of that hyper kid with the giant Bs logo painted on his naked chest that TSN kept showing. (And shame on you for exploiting your kid like that.) Ha! to Pierre McGuire who'll now have to find another team to masturbate to on air...if he's not already exhausted from his efforts to virtually impregnate Thomas, Lucic and Chara. Ha! to Don Cherry and his Bruins tie and blatant Boston grandstanding. Ha! to Mike Milbury because he's a Bruins-loving dick and the worst GM in NHL history. Ha! to the guy from university who I haven't heard from in ten years and won't hear from again for another ten.

Oh well, that was fun. On to the next round. Go Hawks! And, good luck Bruins in re-signing all your players for another try next year. Or not. I don't care. I'm just happy there'll be a run on black and yellow golf cleats this week.

9 comments:

Dishonest John said...

Ha! Rock on sister!

B B said...

If it couldn't have been the Habs eliminating them (as is the norm), having Walker punch their ticket was the next best thing.

darren said...

I teach at a school in Montreal with lots of teenage bruins fans. (They're as insufferable as most teenagers, but worse). I've had to endure their taunts since the Habs break-down. Today, the last day of class, the day of the final test with their hopes crushed, I took the opportunity to mock their team's lowly second round exit as I passed back their essays...
Ha! indeed.
I asked one of them who his number 2 team is: Chicago, he said. Really? I said. Mine, too.
Quick give me back your paper for a minute...

Go Chicago!

pierre said...

Great reads as usual J.T....... but as happy as the Bruins elemination make you feel it would be hard to deny them the fact that they really followed throught this season on the hopes and promesses that their 6th game win had generated last season when they brought our series to the 7 game limit in front of their excited fans.

Despite last night loss and a series they most likely didn't deserved to win ( I didn't watched it my mistress being the Wings ) their fans ought to feel confident that their team's ascension isn't over yet with all the young talents they have present in this team.

Lets face it, with their size and depth of skills just a minor tweek on D and the Bruins next season should pretty much be a repeat of this past season.... which was truly excellent.

Their fans can legitimatly dream about next season as being THE ONE while we CH'fans are left with the incertitudes and the apprehensions left by our frustrating past season with very little confidence in our organization's hability to do in one off-season what they werent able to do during the last 5.

Howard said...

AMEN JT...there is a hockey god after all! And HA to all your HA's!

Howard said...

...especially that hyper kid with the B's logo. Don't they have Ritlin in Boston? Did I say hyper kid...no I didn't mean Pierre Mcguire...although I could see the resemblance. Mcguire is who that kid grows up to be! Hawks/Pens? Kane and Toews vs Crosby and Malkin?
Certainly hope so! Ahhh the teams get fewer the gaps get wider between games. One really get's spoiled in the first round with two games a day! And then there were four. Couldn't be more happy with the result of last night's game.

punkster said...

HA!!! Almost as refreshing as hearing the cop say it was definately the other driver's fault. Almost as gratifying as hearing the co-worker who got "your" promotion was fired for embezzlement. Almost as satisfying as hearing your ex got nothing from her last divorce. That sort of HA? Oh yes.

GK said...

On Thursday, my birthday, the hockey gods sent hurricanes through Beantown, ripping the dark, heavy pall of a Bruins championship from the window looking over next season.

Metaphorically yours,
GK

Samuel said...

I mean when we're talking about Chara, is a MASSIVE package.