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Boston Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask was pretty upset following Wednesday night's 6-5 loss to the Montreal Canadiens at the TD Garden. Rask took the loss hard after giving up the tying goal with 8.5 seconds left, then giving up the winning goal in the sixth round of the ensuing shootout.
Therefore, no one could blame Rask for losing it a little bit and wanting to smash his stick afterwards, but even that didn't work out so well. Not only did the stick stay in one piece, but Rask lost his balance and wiped out on the ice.
Overall, a bad ending to a bad day at the office for Rask.
GIF via lh5.googleusercontent.com. H/T SBNation.
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Last night, the Boston Bruins fell to the Montreal Canadiens by the score of 6-5 in a shoot-out and it appears that Boston goalie Tuukka Rask was not pleased with losing in a shoot-out.
As Rask was making his way to the Bruins bench from the goalie, he ended swinging his stick at the open bench door.
Then, he lost his balance and gave us this classic GIF seen below:
The Boston Bruins lost to the Montreal Canadiens in a shootout after leading by a score of 4-2 after two periods. The Bruins weren't very happy with the result (obviously), but no one displayed their frustration quite like Tuukka Rask.
Rask decided to take out his frustration by swinging his stick at the boards as he skated off the ice. The result went about as well as the...
Sure, Wednesday night’s game sucked. It sucked a lot. The Boston Bruins are officially currently the third best team in the Eastern Conference and no amount of talk about “games in hand” or the hot start can change that fact. This team had issues, notably with depth scoring and defense. Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli fixed one of those issues late Wednesday night/early...
Aaron Ward is reporting that Jarome Arthur-Leigh Adekunle Tig Junior Elvis Iginla is now a Boston Bruins:
Iginla traded to Bruins#TSN
— Aaron Ward (@aaronward_nhl) March 28, 2013
Word is Bruins gave up two eggs and a bag of flour for Iggy... or in modern speak Matt Bartkowski, Alex Khokhlachev & a 1st round pick.
Unconfirmed but BOS-CGY appears...
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BOSTON — Walking into TD Garden on Wednesday night, you couldn’t help but feel spring. The sun was still up, splashing the Zakim Bridge with fans scurrying about getting their pizza and beer fix before heading into the big concrete building on Causeway.
It felt like playoff hockey.
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More on the rumor I posted earlier...
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It’s a low-risk, cheap move by B’s GM Peter Chiarelli that has the potential to give the Bruins roster a bit more depth on the bottom half. Daugavins...
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But Chiarelli said on Thursday that shortly before...
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Boston claims Daugavin off Ottawa
— Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) March 27, 2013
If you don't remember, Daugavins was this dude:
And then after the game David Krejci was all like:
“I wouldn’t like it if someone on my team tried that move."
Daugavins has 3 points in 19 games with the Senators...
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