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Friday Blog Dump: A Nashville Cup Final was a best case scenario for the game, then Vegas went on a run

New thing: Friday blog dump. Basically a weekly blog touching upon a bunch of different stuff that drops every Friday. Here’s the debut.

The saying is lightning doesn’t strike twice. 833 more words

Brad Marchand gets his licks in

Gambling isn’t exactly a societal norm in the United States. Unlike the United Kingdom, China, and other countries, it’s only legal in certain places, even when you’re online. 799 more words

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Regretful Brad Marchand Reflects On Licking Incidents: 'I've Got To Cut That [Expletive] Out'

BOSTON (CBS) — Brad Marchand licked Leo Komarov’s neck in the first round of the playoffs, which generated some attention, and then he licked Ryan Callahan’s face in the second round, which drew a lot more attention. 297 more words


Boston Bruins coach orders Brad Marchand to stop licking opponents

The licking habits of Boston Bruins left winger Brad Marchand are about to change after coach Bruce Cassidy ordered him to stop using his tongue on the faces of opposing players. 253 more words


Boston Bruins Drawing Focus To NHL's Officiating Woes

(Photo via @brianfluharty on Twitter)

By Jacob Albrecht | Follow me on Twitter @bruinsfan3725!

Game 4 between the Boston Bruins and the Tampa Bay Lightning on May 4th, 2018 was an interesting contest, to say the least. 621 more words

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Bruins: NHL Reportedly Tells Marchand to Stop Licking People

While I know I’ve made a typo or two as of late, I can assure you that the following sentence is 100 percent correct:

The NHL has warned Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand to stop licking people. 391 more words


Bruins' Brad Marchand licks another opponent, this time he gets Lightning's Ryan Callahan

The Tampa Bay Lightning have a chance to get the last licks on the Boston Bruins at home.

Dan Girardi scored 3:18 into overtime to give Tampa Bay a 4-3 victory over Boston on Friday night in a game that featured more face-licking from Marchand but left the Lightning with a 3-1 lead in the Eastern Conference semifinals as they return to Florida for a potential clincher in Game 5. 805 more words