Caps Talking a Lot of Smack Today

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    All I know is that if Dale Hunter wants to talk about being cheap he should jump off a cliff.

    He should probably also learn the names of the players he's playing against...
     
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    I'm getting really tired of people getting the Bruins' physicality confused with them being cheap or dirty. Through three games this postseason the Bruins were shorthanded 9 times, tied with the Hawks for the lowest. Every team outside of the hawks has had more infractions for illegal than the Bruins.

    This makes them dirty how exactly?
     
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    like the quote from Gretzky

    "The bottom line is you got to win the hockey game," he said. "That's where it hurts the most, not cross-checking the guy in the face. It's winning the hockey game that hurts players the most."

     
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    I know this thread is not about Ted Leonsis, but there is a lot of talk about his comment, "remember that the defending Stanley Cup champs will always get the benefit of the doubt".  The guy said nothing wrong at all, except that he spoke.

    Here's a link to the blog:
    http://www.tedstake.com/2012/04/18/more-adversity-to-over-come/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

    He is basically saying expect the worst and play through it.  Here's the catch though.  He's the team owner, and his words will be used by the media and by his opponent in the most twisted way possible.  This is why he shouldn't have a blog IMO.

    Nice job to the beloved Jacobs family for not creating this type of a stir!!
     
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    In Response to Re: Caps Talking a Lot of Smack Today:
    [QUOTE]I know this thread is not about Ted Leonsis, but there is a lot of talk about his comment, "remember that the defending Stanley Cup champs will always get the benefit of the doubt".  The guy said nothing wrong at all, except that he spoke. Here's a link to the blog: http://www.tedstake.com/2012/04/18/more-adversity-to-over-come/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter He is basically saying expect the worst and play through it.  Here's the catch though.  He's the team owner, and his words will be used by the media and by his opponent in the most twisted way possible.  This is why he shouldn't have a blog IMO. Nice job to the beloved Jacobs family for not creating this type of a stir!!
    Posted by RickyHussle[/QUOTE]
    PuckDaddy also found those comments on the blog pretty funny.

    http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-puck-daddy/ted-leonsis-capitals-vs-bruins-officiating-stanley-cup-150131628.html;_ylt=Ai5Dy7xStjS2WlvN8.z7wt57vLYF
     
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    The jealousy of other teams because the B's won the Cup is getting absurd. For all the snickering and jabs people seem to forget that the Bruins won the Cup last year without the services of their first line center and best offensive player. His career is now over and there was no dicipline handed out.  I don't recall one excuse from the locker room, even when they were down 0-2 to the Habs in the first round. But the Kings get up 3-0 on Vancouver and people blame Duncan Keith up there in Excuseville for their terrible play. Pathetic. Owner, players and fans can blame refs all they want. Refs don't throw shutouts in Game 7, make spectacular saves or score shorthanded goals.
     
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