Originally written on The Last Angry Fan  |  Last updated 11/15/14

It’s difficult for fans to get over a devastating loss like the one the Boston Bruins suffered in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals, and while most can get on with their lives with little to no help, some look to drown their sorrows by drinking, as turning to the bottle helps dull the pain. A good chunk of Bruins fans, however, chose a much different means to ease their suffering. They watched porn…lots and lots of porn. For some reason the popular porn site Pornhub was monitoring its traffic during the penultimate game of the Cup finals, and while their numbers were down throughout the game, they spiked immediately in the Boston area following the series clinching win by the Blackhawks. There’s even an infographic showing the traffic spike in case you don’t believe me (via The Score)… Pornhub released this statement… “Last night marked the end of the NHL Championships, and much like the NBA Finals did, the battle for the Cup managed to take users away from their beloved porn once more. Until, of course the end of the game marking the Bruins’ loss, which saw all of Boston turning to Pornhub to take out some of that pent up aggression. “That’s right — the statisticians at Pornhub.com carefully analyzed each hour of the game to track traffic changes in Chicago, Boston, and across the US by the hour; comparing each location relative to the rest of the country.” Porn, is there anything it can’t do? [The Score] The post Bruins fans drowned their sorrows following Stanley Cup finals loss with porn appeared first on Last Angry Fan.

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