Found December 31, 2012 on
Boston Sports Then & Now:
Ok folks, if this SEGUINISTA RAP doesn’t get your juices flowing for the Boston Bruins and Tyler Seguin returning to the ice…….you have NO PULSE.
Yes, I am an old white dude but I like rap and hip-hop too and this jam is DAMN GOOD. I just can’t believe I haven’t heard this song until now.
I feel like a bobble head listening to this song as I dream about my BROMANCE #19 lighting up the Habs and/or Leafs for a hatty.
End the Friggin’ Lockout and give me my Tyler Seguin Sh*t!
NOTE: Sorry for the explicit lyrics, but this song is really good and creative. So we apologize if the language offended anyone.
Pot Of Baked Beans Goes To Kelly Faias!
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A year of tremendous highs in 2011, headlined by the clubâs first Stanley Cup victory in nearly 40 years and a torrid November and December...
BST&N’s Bruins BEATS & TWEETS will keep you updated on all the news OFF the ice about your favorite hockey team. We scour the internets & social media for all the content that will make you the Bruins “INSIDER” around the water cooler.
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END THIS FRIGGIN LOCKOUT!
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