Found November 09, 2012 on
Days of Y'Orr:
Well... this certainly happened:
Sorry... here's a animated GIF of PD's Harrions Mooney dancing to clense the eyes.
Anyways, back to Looch. Clearly he hasn't been taking acting classes during the offseason & lockout. Maybe he should've taken some lessons with Mr. Adam Oates.
In seriousness, this was almost painful to watch. We're not sure how we got through a minute-plus of it. The whole "It's not you, it's me..." made us a little uncomfortable. And by a little we mean a lot. Like we almost started crying.
Wait... what's that.. Looch has a message for Team DOY?
S/T to PuckDaddy for bringing this... something... to our attention.
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Don’t FRET Bruins fans, Mr. & Mrs. Lucic are SAFE & Sound. However, LOOCH has found someone NEW….A new BANK that is. The LOCKED OUT Bruins star did his best soap opera performance in this commercial for MTW Community Credit Union.
LOOCH Doing His Best Zoolander “Blue Steel”.
Let’s HOPE & PRAY that the NHL Lockout ends REAL soon because Milan Lucic CAN’T...
What’s Milan Lucic doing with his lockout? He’s trying out the whole acting thing, of course. While many NHL players are overseas sharpening their game during the lockout, Lucic is among those who have decided to stay in North America to ride out the work stoppage. In addition to sitting in on some of the NHLPA meetings, the Bruins winger is also doing some acting. Lucic tweeted...
Unemployment makes people do some crazy things. Latest case in point? Milan Lucic’s starring in this god awful commercial for New England area bank NMTW. What do you get when you combine a Bruins enforcer with lackluster acting abilities with video production skills on par with a sixth grade science project? Possibly the worst commercial you’ve ever seen!
Check it out below:...
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Former Boston Bruin Adam Oates enjoyed 19 seasons in the National Hockey League and was a scoring machine for seven different teams during his career.
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But Scott Norton who represents Sestito decided to take a shot at Horton as if his client hasn’t done enough to JEOPARDIZE his career.
Good news! Stay out of @tomsestito23 way next time “@murphyslaw74...
As the NHL Lockout DRAGS ON & ON, Bruins fans need to fill that hole in their hockey souls. And we are here to HELP…NO GREED…NO Bettman….NO Fehr….NO PROPAGANDA.
We are ALL about the fans of the GREATEST game on Earth!
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Jack Edwards isn’t mincing words.
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While the leaders of hockey have “taken...
Gregory Campbell has nothing to do:
"I've talked to a number of guys around the league that I'm close with. Everybody says they're bored," Campbell told the Globe. "I try and look for things to do, things that I've always wanted to do, to pursue those things. But I'm a hockey player. I want to get back to playing."
Since he hasn'...
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The Bruins open the season and unveil a new, gleaming Pauley Pavilion tonight against Indiana State...