Game 1 - Bruins v. Blues

FL4WL3SS

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I lived in St Louis a bit after taking the bar exam and before starting my job. What a shitty city. Also, toasted ravioli sucks. Why would someone take a perfectly fantastic pasta dish, bread it, and fry it? Because they’re a bunch of classless fucks, that’s why. Crush the fucking Blues!
I'm sorry but that sounds amazing.
 

Ferm Sheller

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More challenging considering that today is A) a national holiday, and B) glorious weather, the combination of which means a lot of culturally acceptable day-drinking.
Some folks can live a lifetime and never get a day like today right. Snoring on the couch before the close of the second period.
 

Leather

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I'm sorry but that sounds amazing.
It’s really not. It’s fine when it’s hot but it rapidly cools and gets rubbery and basically just tastes and has a mouthfeel like mediocre eggplant Parmesan.
 

IdiotKicker

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Just had a half hour drive into the city singing boy band songs to keep my buddy’s 8-month old from crying. Sobriety in check. Now we drink again.
 

redsoxcentury

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Win tonight and then win 3 more before St. Louis has a chance to win 4 games. Step on their throats and don't let up.
 

Hendu for Kutch

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I'm sorry but that sounds amazing.
They are. I used to get them at Joe Tecce's in the North End. One of my favorite drunken snacking binges was rolling into Joe Tecce's after the magnificent 2005 Sox Opening Day ring ceremony, heeeeeavily inebriated, and ordering 3 fried ravioli orders to go. I housed the shit out of those on the train ride home, audibly moaning in pleasure around uncomfortable strangers.

Likewise, let's house the shit out of the Blues tonight. Like, enough that I'm audibly moaning in pleasure and making people around me uncomfortable.
 

tonyandpals

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Win in for haunted and his family. Watching from st. John usvi. Would rather be in the house, but it could be worse. If you're they're tonight be loud for me.
 

Dummy Hoy

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I didn’t know Coyle was on that Weymouth super 8 team- a public had never won at that point, and had barely made the finals (I remember Medford with Shawn Bates making the final, and maybe a Hingham team?). Reading broke through the next year, and Hingham shortly after.
 

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Another "bandwagon fan" here checking in. I grew totally immersed watching the Bruins, watched every single game from 1967 to around 1986, then moved on from Hockey. I come around every year to this forum though in the Playoffs, as NHL Playoff hockey is the BEST sport there is. LOVE coming to this thread every year to watch the Bruins with this very passionate knowledgable die hard Bruins fans. Thanks for letting me be here and chime in, as YOU guys do all the heavy lifting participating all year every game, year in and out.

How amazing it has been to be a Boston fan of Boston sports this century. I promise you, for most of my life, this was not the case. There were so many really bleak years for Boston Sports. For you young guys, enjoy the hell out of it, as life cycles thru, and there is no guarantee this insanity of winning continues. Go Bruins!~
 

Ferm Sheller

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Interested in knowing how you could watch every game for 20 years and then “move on”, cheekydave.
 

Jordu

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Welcome aboard, bandwagon fans! We are glad you’re joining us and you about to see pro sports at its best.

Pucks in deep, keep your feet moving, take the body, protect the house.

They’re cliches because it’s Bruins hockey. Blow ‘em away.