It was a Thrill

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    It was a Thrill

    Just got back from Edmonton where I watched our Bruins play 2 really good periods and 1 okay period. It really was a treat to see them man handle the Oilers.  The score maybe flatters the Oilers as their goalie played very good.

    Ontop of that. I got to wish Chara good luck before the game and give the thumbs up to a table full of our Bruins as luck would have it, were staying at the same hotel as I was at.  That really was a Thrill for me. Smiled all the way home. (even though it was  in a snow storm).
     
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    Gee whiz... did you get an autograph too?! What are you 5
     
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    [QUOTE]Just got back from Edmonton where I watched our Bruins play 2 really good periods and 1 okay period. It really was a treat to see them man handle the Oilers.  The score maybe flatters the Oilers as their goalie played very good. Ontop of that. I got to wish Chara good luck before the game and give the thumbs up to a table full of our Bruins as luck would have it, were staying at the same hotel as I was at.  That really was a Thrill for me. Smiled all the way home. (even though it was  in a snow storm).
    Posted by Stuke50[/QUOTE]

    Don't pay attention to the man behind the curtain (no cup^).  I met a number of the Bs team the day after a game in Montreal way back.  Mike Kennan was intense.  I had a quick chat with Peter Laviolette.  Good stuff.  
     
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    [QUOTE]Gee whiz... did you get an autograph too?! What are you 5
    Posted by 40YrsNoCup[/QUOTE]

    was that really necessary?
     
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    Good for you Stuke. 40yrs is such a stupid troll
     
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    does anyone remember dana carvey's character on SNL, "grumpy old man"? remind you of anyone?  "back in my day..."
     
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    [QUOTE]Just got back from Edmonton where I watched our Bruins play 2 really good periods and 1 okay period. It really was a treat to see them man handle the Oilers.  The score maybe flatters the Oilers as their goalie played very good. Ontop of that. I got to wish Chara good luck before the game and give the thumbs up to a table full of our Bruins as luck would have it, were staying at the same hotel as I was at.  That really was a Thrill for me. Smiled all the way home. (even though it was  in a snow storm).
    Posted by Stuke50[/QUOTE]

    Stuke you're a real fan ...dont give up our reward is coming up in June

    Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011-2012-2013
     
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    [QUOTE]does anyone remember dana carvey's character on SNL, "grumpy old man"? remind you of anyone?  "back in my day..."
    Posted by adkbeesfan[/QUOTE]


    Don't know that one, but there is clearly a bitter guy with roids lurking around.

    If you're a hockey fan and meet/bump into players and you at least don't think "hey, that was cool" then you simply have no pulse.

    Yah, there's a fine line between it being kind of cool and being a spectacle - like asking for autographs or taking pictures, but this was clearly a case where it was just kind of cool.

    Last game I went to I was drinking too much and hung out to watch the tv stuff to give the traffic a chance to die out.  When I was in the men's room Milbury came in.

    I wanted to ask him to autograph one of my shoes, but he scurried out before I got a chance.

    In front of people, it would have been a spectacle, but no one was there.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to It was a Thrill : Stuke you're a real fan ...dont give up our reward is coming up in June Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011-2012-2013
    Posted by StanleyCuptotheBruinsin2011[/QUOTE]

    Of course I love your never ending optimism Stanley...are we still going to be playing St. Louis as you predicted in October?
     
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    I think this was a cool story as was the one about Lucic and Tuna in the lobby. Good stuff to hear.
     
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    Grumpy old man anyone?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1_NhnXMCKw

     
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    [QUOTE]Gee whiz... did you get an autograph too?! What are you 5
    Posted by 40YrsNoCup[/QUOTE]

    What an infantile jackwagon you are.
     
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    johnnyv219.... thanks for the laugh, "pathological liar"(jon lovitz) is another skit that reminds me of some of these posters! 
     
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    [QUOTE]johnnyv219.... thanks for the laugh, "pathological liar"(jon lovitz) is another skit that reminds me of some of these posters! 
    Posted by adkbeesfan[/QUOTE]

    I agree on both counts!
     

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