That's not Minnesota anarchy, THIS is Minnesota anarchy (watch especially from 4:07 on):
Hell, look at this thread. We're on page 7. The Bruins traded for a former MVP and that thread got to page 3.Quick top story on Get Up this morning, before they quickly returned to their comfort zone of Aaron Rodgers discussion.
Absolutely not. The fact that this game in all likelihood attracted more eyeballs than any McDavid game maybe ever is everything that's wrong with the NHL.Hell, look at this thread. We're on page 7. The Bruins traded for a former MVP and that thread got to page 3.
The question is if the shenanigans is worth the extra eyes and if the gonnery being the main attraction is a good thing in the long run.
This is correct. I started watching the Bs in '78-'79 and had no knowledge of the Wensink challenge. I do recall watching the 1981 bench-clearing brawl that spilled into the stands. There were tons of bench-clearing brawls in those days (which is kinda funny to think about now), but none like the 1981 one against Minnesota.I don't think so; the Wensink game was Dec of 1977, the record brawl was in Feb of 1981 and Wensink was no longer on the Bruins.
Bob Lobel played the whole thing to Pat Benatar's "hit me with your best shot."
The problem was the Bruins desperately needed a goalie at the time, and Peeters was truly outstanding one season, then competent, then sucked. Although to be fair he apparently suffered at least one concussion, and possibly more, during his second season guarding the net in Boston and apparently suffered from dizzy spells for a while after.Bob Lobel played the whole thing to Pat Benatar's "hit me with your best shot."
Shame Sinden traded McCrimmon so early. He and Bourque were bookends for the 79 draft, and all we got was a good season from Pete Peeters.
This play might indeed have been incidental, but I will always assume otherwise with him and always assume it’s his fault because he is a scum-sucking shitsack. All of you should feel bad for not blaming him. Listen to your hearts.Thats what you see in that? Jesus. His head was turned away
False.Unfortunately he’s back in the game.
Yeah that's just an unfortunate awkward play. I love to dump on Wilson but that's not his fault or Aube-Kubel's. Hopefully he is marginally effective in the playoffs with a lingering issue so he plays and hurts the team.Yep. Wilson made a play between his legs, and was left with his back leg straight and exposed at a weird angle. Aube-Kubel went to check and then peel off, but dont think he expected the leg stuck out. Cant really blame either of them.
Hopefully its ended Wilson's career.