Found May 07, 2013 on NESN.com:
The Senators-Canadiens series is one that doesn’t need any off-ice help to stoke the flames, but that is not stopping the Ottawa Sun from getting involved — and trying to sell a few extra copies while they’re at it. The Ottawa tabloid raised some eyebrows following Game 1 when it ran a cover that read “First Blood Sens” with a picture of Montreal forward Lars Eller laying in a pool of blood following a hit from Eric Gryba. The Sun was back at it Tuesday in advance of Game 4. This time, they’re going at the Habs as a whole with a headline reading “Boot Those Habs” depicting a boot about to stomp on a Canadiens jersey. Clever. However, the Sun didn’t stop there. In addition to the cover, the paper also ran a “Top 10 reasons why we HATE Montreal” story. Naturally, Montreal defenseman P.K. Subban takes up two spots on the list. See the Ottawa Sun cover below. Image via Newseum  
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