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Because nobody should ever, ever forget about this, NESN opened our eyes on Tuesday to Zdeno Chara in a nearly seven-foot-tall pink bunny suit.
Alongside Chara who several of the kids at Childrens Hospital Boston thought was an alien was Brad Marchand (Prince Charming), Jordan Caron (a Crayola Crayon), and Adam McQuaid (Fred Flintstone) as depicted in several outstanding Halloween photos by Phil Pesce.
And of course, wherever hockey players go, so goes good-natured chirping.
"I don't know where they got a bunny suit that big," McQuaid said to NESN. "I questioned whether the kids would even know if it was a bunny or not.
"Quaider showed off the guns a little bit," Marchand said of McQuaids sleeveless Fred Flintstone costume. "His are bigger than mine, so I let him do it."
The community outreach orchestrated by the National Hockey League and its 30 teams has been united and well-executed to begin the year. Along with the Love for Lokomotiv...
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WILMINGTON, Mass. -- On Thursday, the Bruins will all have their game faces on when the Canadiens come to town for a key Northeast Division clash. But on Tuesday, several Bruins were wearing something a little different. How different? Try to picture a pink bunny nearly seven feet tall. The kids at Children's Hospital don't have to imagine what that would look like. They...
Zdeno Chara in all of his glory.
You’ll have to show me photographic proof to tell me that this isn’t the funniest thing you’ve seen all Halloween. It’s Zdeno Chara dressed as a rabbit. He’s accompanied by fellow Bruins teammates at a children’s hospital, spreading the joy of Halloween, I guess.
I can only hope we’ll get a similar showing at Easter. Just pure gold.
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You don't have to be Buffy's Anya Jenkins to find this terrifying: that's Zdeno Chara dressed like a seven-foot-tall pink bunny rabbit, flanked by teammates during a Halloween-themed visit to the Children's Hospital.
Yes, this photo, tweeted this afternoon by NESN's Naoko Funayama, is real.
It's also downright ghastly. One wonders if the plan here was to...
In his defense, he'd terrify children no matter what he wore.
Zdeno Chara has always gotten booed in Montreal as a member of the Boston Bruins. Those boos have only gotten louder, though, after the B's defenseman delivered a hit on Max Pacioretty last season that left the Montreal forward with a concussion and a fractured vertebra. The ongoing criminal investigation continues, and it's obvious that Canadiens fans are not going to forget...
The Bruins brightened the days of some kids on Tuesday, and in the process, the images will probably brighten the days of a lot of their fans as well. A quartet of B's helped spread some cheer at Children's Hospital in Boston when they showed up to visit with some of the children. To make things better, Zdeno Chara, Brad Marchand, Adam McQuaid and Jordan Caron all showed...
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Montreal Canadiens left wing Max Pacioretty will see a familiar foe on Thursday.
The Connecticut native will be on the ice for the first time with the man who brutally ended his 2010-11 campaign when he faces Zdeno Chara and the Boston Bruins.
Pacioretty admitted months ago that he no longer holds any ill will toward the Bruins' captain, who left him with a severe concussion...
With Halloween only a few short days away, it seems that many people are still trying to figure what they want to dress up as.
For those of you who are still searching for that idea, maybe you could take a cue from these NHL players on what to dress up as.
First, we have Boston's Zdeno Chara who decided to go to Boston Children's Hospital as a pink bunny:
There aren't many outside of Boston that like the New England sports teams. I'm one of them. But you have to give a handful of Bruins a hand as they spent part of their Tuesday visiting Children's Hospital of Boston bringing Halloween cheer to the sick children.
Zdeno Chara, Jordan Caron, Brad Marchand and Adam McQuaid dressed up and put smiles on kids' faces...
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Max Pacioretty was hit by Zdeno Chara last year. It was ugly, but fortunately, the young Canadiens winger seems to be fully recovered. Despite the fact that nobody -- Bruins fans included -- blamed Pacioretty for the overreaction from Montreal fans who called 911, police who launched a criminal investiagion and NHL sponsors who threatened to pull their league affiliation, the 22...
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