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    you canucks are breaking my heart

    end of second period, not feeling it for Vancouver.

    Any Boston team is worth routing against.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allen levine View Post
    end of second period, not feeling it for Vancouver.

    Any Boston team is worth routing against.


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    As a long time Bruins fan...I was happy to see a 3-0 lead, suprised, but happy
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    Pardon? Was there a game on?















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    Well, I was rooting for the Canucks, but the Bruins just flat out played them.
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    Allen talking of heart breaking, i was broken hearted to see my fellow Canadians on the west coast behaving in a manner one expects in the third world.

    When a hockey game gets you to a state that you stab people and burn cars thats when i think people need to have their head read.

    What a way to spoil a great end to the season. There was no doubt the better team won. For Canadians they should have taken pride in the fact that so many of the Boston players come from all over Canada.

    But to trash the place like they did and it was not just a few as some would like to have us think. It was many many people that were involved.

    This kind of thing brings up a real question for modern day society.

    There were those that caused the mayhem, but i also think those that watched and stood by and did nothing but egg them on with cell phone camera in hand are just as guilty of being part of the mess.

    The assets that got destroyed belonged to people and to citizens that pay taxes. Somewhere along the line we need to decide when we take a stand for what is right and when the onlooking is unacceptable and we get involved and do as those guys that are overseas in harms way are doing and defend our society and way of life from hooligans.

    I am very sorry for the Boston fans to have to have been subjected to this kind of after party. Really bad hospitality on the part of the Canucks fans and it reflects on us all.


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    I didnt read about the after parties, eh,,,...its the same all over the place....a few morons ruin it for everyone.

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    More like a full blow riot take a look here. There is more in the news section and there are 35 photos on that page.
    cheers

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    That's just like Vancouver. Always trying to be like Los Angeles.

    I'm with you, Rob. If someone is so obsessed by their favorite sports team that they feel it's appropriate to burn cars and break windows after a loss (or win), it's time to have the ol' noggin examined. Maybe dial back the beers a couple of notches, too.
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    theres such a simple solution for all this nonsense,

    when they break into stores, you issue orders shoot looters on sight, after you mow down the first 20 or so, I guarantee the rest get out of there.
    attacking a police car, give the order, you are under seige, if it was a foreign countries forces igniting a police car on fire, the cops would certainly open fire, so open fire on the few idiots who stomp on police cars, noone would do it after that.
    Why does anyone tolerate behavior like this, mayhem and destruction.
    give the order, everytime, there will never be riots like this.

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