Found December 19, 2013 on Boston Sports Then & Now:
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Well, the Bruins fan who rocked the Flames’ David Jones’ helmet was not as smashed as the Blackhawks guy (see above), but it was still EPIC. Nice punt by the Bruins’ Kevan Miller to get this fan a photo moment for the ages… He rocked it in style…. I wonder if he bolted with the helmet? I would have ran like the friggin wind!   Pot Of Baked Beans Goes To Reddit! The post B’s Beat: Flames Player’s Helmet Kicked In Stands, Bruins Fan Rocks It In Style (GIF) appeared first on Boston Sports Then & Now.
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