Found December 06, 2012 on Days of Y'Orr:
  In all the chaos and **** throwing that is the NHL CBA negotiating process, we're glad to know that old team rivalries don't die. According to several sources, Jeremy Jacobs and arguably one of Boston's favorite goalies Ryan Miller had some heated words last night: From Damien Cox:   The conversation went something like this. “Let’s leave,” said Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs, turning to NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly. “It’s up to you,” replied Daly. At that point during the talks between the NHL and NHL Players Association on Wednesday, a day that began as a continuation of the momentum generated on Tuesday, both sides were at the precipice, and the 2012-13 season was in jeopardy. Earlier, Buffalo Sabres goalie Ryan Miller had angrily vented when the owners said they were disappointed with the players responses to an earlier offer and threatened to pull everything off the table. NO DALY, YOU DON'T LET ******* JACOBS WALK O...
2 Comments:
  • Miller isn't a Bruin, moron. And, you attempt to write about hockey?
    Congrats Fehr! You've killed 2 sports in your lifetime.
  • Hey Beau, I think the writer is referring to the whole Lucic/Miller cheapshot saga. Did you see later in the paragraph when the writer mentions "Buffalo Sabres goalie Ryan Miller?" Next time let your parents read the article first and then have them exlain it to you - hopefully they'll grasp the concept of sarcasm. Don't worry, they can explain sarcasm to you as well.
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