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Sometimes babies just don’t feel like posing for pics. Check out this tweet, “Not only did I hang out with Stanley Cup, Patrick Sharp and Jeremy Roenick last night, but this pic of baby happened” Check out a closeup of the baby here. Priceless.-TO
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One of the truest generalities in life is that when a man asks another man to punch him in the face, he usually gets punched in the face.
Hockey has added some civilization to the idea, but there's still plenty of not-exactly-discouraged punching in hockey, which partially explains why a hockey fan would want to get punched by retired hockey player Jeremy Roenick.
A group of...
If you saw one of your favorite hockey players, what would you do? Ask for an autograph? Try to make some weak conversation? Ask them to punch you in the face?
If you're these fans who followed Roenick around a golf course, the "punch in the face" option was at the top of the list. According to the description of this YouTube video, the group begged Roenick to...
After Justin Bieber stomped all over the Blackhawks logo in the team’s locker room before a show in Chicago, the Bruins took necessary measures to make sure the Biebs didn’t disrespect the spoked B in their own locker room. TD Garden workers roped off the locker room logo in an effort to prevent Bieber from treading on it during his shows in Boston this week.
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Justin Bieber performed at the TD Garden in Boston on Saturday night. In preparation of the concert the Boston Bruins had the foresight to rope off the area of their locker room that displays their logo.
Stepping on the team logo is a big no-no in hockey as it is deemed disrespectful and considered bad luck.
Bieber was seen standing on the logo of the Chicago Blackhawks recently...
Justin Bieber committed a sports no-no when he stepped on the Stanley Cup Champion Blackhawks’ logo at the United Center, where he performed on July 9.
But he didn’t get a chance to make the same mistake twice, as the Bruins took precautionary measures in their locker room before Bieber performed at the TD Garden on Saturday night.
Bieber was caught stepping on Chicago’s logo...
After the amount of publicity the photo of Justin Bieber standing on the Chicago Blackhawks logo got, the Boston Bruins decided to take some preventative measures by roping off the Bruins logo in the center of their locker room. Some creative thinking by the Bruins organization as they prepped for the Bieber concert.
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As it turns out, the Boston Bruins did not execute one of the funniest sports jokes of the year before Justin Bieber performed at the TD Garden on Saturday night. Like several other sites, we were tricked by a photoshop job that made it look like the Bruins roped off their locker room logo so [...]
NBC hockey analyst Jeremy Roenick was at Lake Tahoe last week for the Celebrity Golf Championship. Apparently a group of fans following Roenick pleaded with him to punch a dude in the face. Ever the gentleman, Roenick obliged with the request and punched a man in a Colorado Rockies hat very gingerly.
It's only a matter of time until this happens when Roenick goes at it...
In light of Justin Bieber's major transgression in stepping all over the Blackhawks' logo while admiring the Stanley Cup, Boston has roped off the Bruins logo on its locker room floor.
An NFL executive recently told SI’s Peter King there are “nothing but red flags off the field” with Texas A&M star Johnny Manziel. A redshirt sophomore, the 20-year-old Manziel has acted like a tattooed clown’s pocket all summer. In June, a likely ********* Manziel tweeted, “I can’t wait to leave College Station.” Apparently itching to declare for May’s draft...
Many hockey players and fans spend their days dreaming about touching the holy grail of the sport, the elusive Stanley Cup trophy. One little human didn’t have to wait very long before she got her chance to meet the trophy, though she didn’t exactly seem very thrilled about the opportunity.
She’s probably just upset that Justin Bieber got to it before she did.
On Monday afternoon, Hockey Canada announced the list of players invited to their training camp in late August. Among those listed are Blackhawks Corey Crawford, Duncan Keith, Brent Seabrook, Patrick Sharp and Jonathan Toews.The post Hockey Canada Announces Training Camp Invites appeared first on Committed Indians.