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What did Belichick say?

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What did Belichick say?

By Jon Fucile
WickedGoodSports.com

There have been various reports that Bill Belichick uttered some profanities after the Patriots beat the Jets on Sunday.

First of all these reports seem off because they indicate Bill was excited, which we all know is physically impossible.

Seriously, Bill, you dont look like youre happy. Show us your excited face!

Oh, right. Sorry, Bill.

Because we have to censor everything ever these days, all the reports quote Bill as saying S___ my d____ in the locker room which left the rest of us to ponder what an excited Bill Belichick might have said.

Sue my duck!

Perhaps Bill has a pet duck and was challenging the Jets to sue it if they hate losing so much.

Swallowed my dog!

Reportedly, someone asked Bill why he was so mad at Rex Ryan and Bill informed everyone that Rex swallowed his dog. Rex is awfully husky these days.

Shot my dog!

Look, Bill may be kind of a jerk in press conferences with his snarky remarks and one word answers, but he hardly seems like an animal abuser and we doubt he would let someone abuse his dog! Although, the way he always abuses the Bills and Dolphins does indicate his potential tendency towards violence against animals we suppose.

Spank my dimpled butt!

Hey, if Bill is so quiet in public he must have some kinky private life right?

Slap my donkey!

No idea what Bill might have been talking about on this one. This one is just weird.

Damn you FCC. Now well never know what he really said.

Bruins blow three-goal lead, lose to Sabres in OT, 5-4

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Bruins blow three-goal lead, lose to Sabres in OT, 5-4

BOSTON – The Bruins had things set up for a solid win against an Atlantic Division doormat on Saturday night, but then they went and blew a three-goal second period lead and a two-goal third period lead en route to a deflating loss. 

Ryan O’Reilly scored during a wild scramble around the Boston net in the 3-on-3 overtime and the Bruins dropped a 5-4 overtime decision to Buffalo at TD Garden. So now the Bruins have lost to two of last year’s worst teams in the league, Colorado and Buffalo, and an expansion team within the first seven games of the season. 

The Bruins were all over the Sabres in the first period squeezing off 13 shots on net, and getting goals from David Pastrnak and Brad Marchand to get things going. The Pastrnak score was a clean-up job at the front of the net after Tim Schaller had crashed the net with the puck, and Marchand scored a goal just two seconds into a PP possession after Marco Scandella coughed a puck up right in front of the Buffalo net. 

Marchand struck again on the first shift of the second period when he snapped home a backhanded drop pass from Anders Bjork, and then Jason Pominville and Pastrnak traded scores to give the Bruins a comfortable three-goal lead. Chelmsford’s own Jack Eichel scored on the rebound of a Scandella shot to make it a two-goal game going into the final period of play, and Benoit Pouliot potted his first goal with the Sabres to make it really close down the stretch. 

Anton Khudobin and the Bruins tried to hold strong in the closing minutes of the third, but couldn’t overcome a shaky interference call on Brandon Carlo that ultimately led to a game-tying Evander Kane score after the PP had expired.