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Nazem Kadri 'Wanted' poster outside TD Garden rips Maple Leafs villain

Nazem Kadri 'Wanted' poster outside TD Garden rips Maple Leafs villain

Nazem Kadri won't be showing his face in Boston over the next few days ... and that's probably a good thing.

That's because Bruins fans apparently haven't forgotten about the Toronto Maple Leafs forward's brutal cross-check of Jake DeBrusk in Game 2 that earned Kadri a suspension for the remainder of their first-round Stanley Cup Playoff series.

Need proof? Check out the poster that popped up on a signpost outside TD Garden on Friday ahead of Game 5 in Boston:

That's one way to put it.

The creator of this "Wanted" poster did their homework, too, digging into Kadri's past to point out the 28-year-old's "prior offenses," including hits to Niklas Backstrom and Matt Fraser that also earned him multiple-game suspensions.

The "Missing/Wanted" poster tactic occasionally backfires; just ask whoever made the "Missing" poster for Ben Simmons' jumper only to watch the Philadelphia 76ers star drop 31 points against the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday night.

But Kadri is out for the entire series, so the Bruins don't have to worry about any revenge factor as they gear up for a crucial Game 5.

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Jim and Pam of the 'The Office' find themselves on opposite sides of Bruins-Blues Stanley Cup Final

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Jim and Pam of the 'The Office' find themselves on opposite sides of Bruins-Blues Stanley Cup Final

Will hockey come between Jim and Pam?

Moments after the St. Louis Blues defeated the San Jose Sharks 5-1 in Game 6 Tuesday night to set up a Bruins-Blues Stanley Cup Final, actor John Krasinski, a.k.a. "Jim Halpert" of "The Office" tweeted - apparently with some trepidation - a video made earlier this month of his TV wife, actress Jenna Fischer, a.k.a. "Pam Beesly" wearing a Blues jersey and backing St. Louis before its Game 7 matchup with the Dallas Stars. 

Krasinski also retweeted side-by-side shots with him in Bruins gear at a B's game.

Krasinski was raised in Newton, Mass., Fischer in St. Louis.

This could get awkward. Perhaps even worse than when Pam missed filming their daughter's first ballet recital.

Well, Bruins and Blues - and Jim and Pam - no matter what happens, remember those immortal words of your TV boss, Michael Scott, or was it Wayne Gretzky?

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Jayson Tatum is the enemy for Bruins-Blues Stanley Cup Final matchup

Jayson Tatum is the enemy for Bruins-Blues Stanley Cup Final matchup

Jayson Tatum's loyalty won't be with Boston for the Stanley Cup Final.

The Celtics forward will be cheering on the St. Louis Blues when they face off against the Boston Bruins. He made that clear with his reaction to the Blues' Game 6 victory over the Sharks to clinch the Western Conference championship:

In case you haven't gotten the hint by now, Tatum is a St. Louis native. So he at least has a valid excuse to root against the city he plays in.

Even so, the 21-year-old will be the enemy in Boston for at least the next couple weeks. The Stanley Cup Final gets underway Monday, May 27 at 8 p.m.

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