Bolland, Canucks set for epic rap battle


Bolland, Canucks set for epic rap battle

By Justin Aucoin

Controversy in the NHL tends to be more on what happens on the ice than whats said off of it. Its why the recent Dave Bolland vs. Vancouver Canucks trash talking spat via the media is so much fun.

During an interview on WGN Radio, the radio host called Canucks star forward Henrik and Daniel Sedin sisters. Nothing out of the ordinary; the Sedins have probably been called sisters since they came out of the womb. Boston Bruins fans have even took the nickname and ran with it or skated with it, we should say during the Stanley Cup finals.

Controversy with Bolland comes when he echoed the whole sisters bit.

Host: If the Sedins become Hawks, will they still be sisters?
Bolland: Well, they'll never become Hawks. I don't think we'd let them on our team. That'd probably be one thing. We'd be sure not to let them on our team. And, yeah, they probably still would be sisters. I think they might sleep in, like, bunk beds. The older one has the bottom one, the younger one's got the top.

Well Bollands right about one thing.

And because the Canucks just love to talk cheap (see: Roberto Luongo tire-pumping) they fired back.

When you have comments like Bolland obviously an individual whose IQ is the size of a bird seed and he's got a face that only a mother could look at probably for the twins, they don't really care. Canucks head coach Alain Vigneault

Vigneault kept going, dropping the tried and true class argument:

Such a classy organization as Chicago, I'm sure they're not too happy about that. I'm sure the NHL is not too happy about that. We're not talking about a junior league here or a bush league. We're talking about the National Hockey League, where they have professional players who get involved in community. They all do a hard line of work and they do it the best they can. And to have guys like this trying to act like comedians, it's just not the right thing to do.

Reading Vineaults comments youd think Bolland dropped an ethnic or gay slur. Gotta love that there are insults being thrown around the ice 100x worse than calling someone a girl and the Canucks are making this into a big deal.

Theres only one way to settle this -- insult battle.

Wed imagine itd look something like this.

Your team sucks so bad your top two players are gingers.

Youre so stupid you went to the dentist to get a Bluetooth.

Your team sucks so bad your top two players are sisters.

You're so ugly, you went to a haunted house and came out with an application.

Your team sucks so bad your top two players got beat up by a goalie and Brad Marchand.

You're so ugly, you have to sneak up on your mirror.

Ever watch Two Girls, One Cup? Its about the Sedins play minus the Cup.


Patriots-Dolphins injury report: Cutler out for Dolphins


Patriots-Dolphins injury report: Cutler out for Dolphins

The injury report for Sunday's Patriots-Dolphins game:


C David Andrews (illness)
OT Marcus Cannon (ankle)
WR Chris Hogan (shoulder)

TE Martellus Bennett (shoulder/hamstring)

WR Danny Amendola (knee)
DT Malcom Brown (ankle)
S Patrick Chung (ankle)
CB Eric Rowe (groin)
WR Matthew Slater (hamstring)

QB Tom Brady (Achilles)
TE Rob Gronkowski (illness)


G Jermon Bushrod (foot)
DE William Hayes (back)
QB Jay Cutler (concussion)

T Laremy Tunsill (illness)
LB Stephone Anthony (quadriceps)
S Maurice Smith (illness)

RB Senorise Perry (knee)
S Michael Thomas (knee)
DT Ndamukong Suh (not injury related)

Pastrnak's third-period goal gives Bruins their fourth straight victory, 4-3 over Pens


Pastrnak's third-period goal gives Bruins their fourth straight victory, 4-3 over Pens

BOSTON – The Bruins always hope to give their fans something good in their annual matinee on the day after Thanksgiving, and that was the case Friday.

They got off on the right foot with a great first period, then finished with an electric breakaway from David Pastrnak in the third period, and posted an entertaining, solid 4-3 win over the back-to-back Stanley Cup champ Pittsburgh Penguins at TD Garden.

Pastrnak’s 11th goal of the season was the game-winner. The Penguins had battled back from 2-0 and 3-1 deficits and tied the score, then Pastrnak was freed up by a brilliant neutral-zone pass from Riley Nash. He sped in all alone and flipped the puck over Matt Murray’s glove hand at 5:06 of the third.

David Krejci and Sean Kuraly had opened things up with goals in the first period, as the B's outshot the Penguins by a 14-4 margin. But Sidney Crosby and the Pens answered back in the second with three goals of their own, including a controversial game-tying score from Sid the Kid after Boston had moved ahead 3-1 on a goal from Charlestown native Matt Grzelcyk.

The Crosby goal came after it appeared the refs had called play dead with a whistle as the puck sat on Anton Khudobin’s waist in the crease. It also appeared to have been goalie interference, as Crosby’s stick had made contact with Khudobin while the puck was in mid-air. But on replay the officials overturned the call of no-goal on the ice, and the score was tied 3-3 after two.

That set things up for Pastrnak, who snapped a five-game goal-scoring stretch, and handed the red-hot Bruins their season-high fourth win in a row.