Found March 25, 2013 on
Boston Sports Then & Now:
Vancouver Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo was upset that former Bruins goalie Tim Thomas didn’t “Pump His Tires” during the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals. However, it looks like he is looking to pump something else by his latest tweet.
I never agreed to this @ryan_kesler @kbieksa3 ………….. twitter.com/strombone1/sta…
—Strombone (@strombone1) March 26, 2013
Why would you ever tweet this?
Well, he does have “Bone” in his Twitter handle.
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from Pierre LeBrun of ESPN,
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