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BobbyD
04-26-2012, 04:20 PM
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2012-04-26/joel-ward-interview/54557232/1


Typical.

Morehead State
04-26-2012, 04:23 PM
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2012-04-26/joel-ward-interview/54557232/1 Typical.</P>


Right,......... a few morons represent the entire city.</P>


Is that really your view?</P>

bandwgn86
04-26-2012, 04:26 PM
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2012-04-26/joel-ward-interview/54557232/1 Typical.</P>


Right,......... a few morons represent the entire city.</P>


Is that really your view?</P>yes..

RoanokeFan
04-26-2012, 04:28 PM
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2012-04-26/joel-ward-interview/54557232/1


Typical.

jomo
04-26-2012, 04:37 PM
I got a headache reading that............

Morehead State
04-26-2012, 06:22 PM
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2012-04-26/joel-ward-interview/54557232/1 Typical.</P>


Right,......... a few morons represent the entire city.</P>


Is that really your view?</P>


yes..</P>


Your opinion is rejected out of hand Bandy.</P>

slipknottin
04-26-2012, 06:30 PM
heres some trivia

first ever black NHL player played for what team?

Morehead State
04-26-2012, 06:34 PM
heres some trivia

first ever black NHL player played for what team?
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I remember a guy named Tony McKegnie with the Sabres. Good player too.</P>

jomo
04-26-2012, 06:41 PM
heres some trivia

first ever black NHL player played for what team?
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I remember a guy named Tony McKegnie with the Sabres. Good player too.</P>I think it was Willie O'Ree who played for the Bruins (IRONICALLY). He only had a cup of coffee with the Bruins and didn't compete at McKegnie's level but I am almost certain it was O'Ree or something like that.

Morehead State
04-26-2012, 06:42 PM
heres some trivia

first ever black NHL player played for what team?
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I remember a guy named Tony McKegnie with the Sabres. Good player too.</P>


I think it was Willie O'Ree who played for the Bruins (IRONICALLY). He only had a cup of coffee with the Bruins and didn't compete at McKegnie's level but I am almost certain it was O'Ree or something like that.</P>


I don't know about that. i do remember that McKegnie was the only black player in the league until Grant Feur showed up.</P>


And Tony was a hell of a player. Fought on the boards for the puck as well as anyone.</P>

jomo
04-26-2012, 06:48 PM
btw Slip, thanks for moving this thread in a better direction.

GmenFan1980
04-26-2012, 06:49 PM
A Tennessee titans fan, mocking Boston Bruin fans on a New York Giants message board.

Unreal :S

slipknottin
04-26-2012, 06:50 PM
I think it was Willie O'Ree who played for the Bruins (IRONICALLY). He only had a cup of coffee with the Bruins and didn't compete at McKegnie's level but I am almost certain it was O'Ree or something like that.

Correct! 1957 he came into the NHL for the Bruins.

What irony of Bruins fans complaining about black players when they were the first team to have one!

Only conclusion one can pull from this is most of these fans arent true fans anyway, kids, bandwagon fans, etc. The exact type of losers who usually talk the most crap online.

Morehead State
04-26-2012, 06:56 PM
I think it was Willie O'Ree who played for the Bruins (IRONICALLY). He only had a cup of coffee with the Bruins and didn't compete at McKegnie's level but I am almost certain it was O'Ree or something like that.

Correct! 1957 he came into the NHL for the Bruins.

What irony of Bruins fans complaining about black players when they were the first team to have one!

Only conclusion one can pull from this is most of these fans arent true fans anyway, kids, bandwagon fans, etc. The exact type of losers who usually talk the most crap online.
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As a guy who has always hated the Bruins I can honestly say...they are some of the greatest hockey fans in the league. Just because a couple dopes act like jaggoffs, doesn't mean anything about the fans. </P>


Don't take anything that fans say within a few hours of their team getting iliminated seriously anyway.</P>


You should all know that.</P>

bandwgn86
04-26-2012, 07:05 PM
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2012-04-26/joel-ward-interview/54557232/1 Typical.</P>


Right,......... a few morons represent the entire city.</P>


Is that really your view?</P>


yes..</P>


Your opinion is rejected out of hand Bandy.</P>Bostonians being Bostonians

bandwgn86
04-26-2012, 07:08 PM
I think it was Willie O'Ree who played for the Bruins (IRONICALLY). He only had a cup of coffee with the Bruins and didn't compete at McKegnie's level but I am almost certain it was O'Ree or something like that.

Correct! 1957 he came into the NHL for the Bruins.

What irony of Bruins fans complaining about black players when they were the first team to have one!

Only conclusion one can pull from this is most of these fans arent true fans anyway, kids, bandwagon fans, etc. The exact type of losers who usually talk the most crap online.
</P>


As a guy who has always hated the Bruins I can honestly say...they are some of the greatest hockey fans in the league. Just because a couple dopes act like jaggoffs, doesn't mean anything about the fans. </P>


Don't take anything that fans say within a few hours of their team getting iliminated seriously anyway.</P>


You should all know that.</P>thats like saying "just ignore thoseguys burning down Vancouver.."

NYG 5
04-27-2012, 09:08 AM
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2012-04-26/joel-ward-interview/54557232/1 Typical.</p>


Right,......... a few morons represent the entire city.</p>


Is that really your view?</p>

theres a reason why nobody was really surprised about this news.

Morehead State
04-27-2012, 09:11 AM
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2012-04-26/joel-ward-interview/54557232/1 Typical.</P>


Right,......... a few morons represent the entire city.</P>


Is that really your view?</P>




theres a reason why nobody was really surprised about this news.
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No more than the rain of bottles thrown on the field after the Arod play in 2004 at Yankee stadium.</P>


Frustrated fans can be ****heads.</P>

NYG 5
04-27-2012, 09:15 AM
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2012-04-26/joel-ward-interview/54557232/1 Typical.</p>


Right,......... a few morons represent the entire city.</p>


Is that really your view?</p>




theres a reason why nobody was really surprised about this news.
</p>


No more than the rain of bottles thrown on the field after the Arod play in 2004 at Yankee stadium.</p>


Frustrated fans can be ****heads.</p>

I meant the racism. had the scorer not been a black guy, they would have turned to their number 2 favorite pastime: rioting and setting fire to their own city

Morehead State
04-27-2012, 09:29 AM
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2012-04-26/joel-ward-interview/54557232/1 Typical.</P>


Right,......... a few morons represent the entire city.</P>


Is that really your view?</P>




theres a reason why nobody was really surprised about this news.
</P>


No more than the rain of bottles thrown on the field after the Arod play in 2004 at Yankee stadium.</P>


Frustrated fans can be ****heads.</P>




I meant the racism. had the scorer not been a black guy, they would have turned to their number 2 favorite pastime: rioting and setting fire to their own city
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Boston fans (except for spoiled Pats fans) are very loyal and knowledgeable fans. Especially Sox and Bruins fans. A couple morons don't represent an entire fan base. At least thats what we were all saying when Giants fans were throwing snowballs at Rodney Culver.</P>


You're just a Boston hater. And your opinions on this topic are irrelevant because of that. (BTW...I've always hated the Bruins)</P>

Bread
04-29-2012, 01:10 PM
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2012-04-26/joel-ward-interview/54557232/1 Typical.</P>


Right,......... a few morons represent the entire city.</P>


Is that really your view?</P>

Your tune would be different if this was Philadelphia.

Morehead State
04-29-2012, 06:45 PM
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2012-04-26/joel-ward-interview/54557232/1 Typical.</P>


Right,......... a few morons represent the entire city.</P>


Is that really your view?</P>


Your tune would be different if this was Philadelphia.</P>


Maybe, maybe. But if it would I'd be wrong.</P>

Bread
04-29-2012, 06:51 PM
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2012-04-26/joel-ward-interview/54557232/1 Typical.</P>


Right,......... a few morons represent the entire city.</P>


Is that really your view?</P>


Your tune would be different if this was Philadelphia.</P>


Maybe, maybe.* But if it would I'd be wrong.</P>

Well just like we (Philadelphia) have a reputation for fan incidents, every time one idiot does something (such as run onto a baseball field), we take a bunch of crap from meathead New Yorkers and the media, alike.

Boston has a reputation for being racist towards minorities, so its only fair that they get the same treatment and up to this point, they have. The Commish even condemned their actions.

Morehead State
04-29-2012, 06:58 PM
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2012-04-26/joel-ward-interview/54557232/1 Typical.</P>


Right,......... a few morons represent the entire city.</P>


Is that really your view?</P>


Your tune would be different if this was Philadelphia.</P>


Maybe, maybe. But if it would I'd be wrong.</P>


Well just like we (Philadelphia) have a reputation for fan incidents, every time one idiot does something (such as run onto a baseball field), we take a bunch of crap from meathead New Yorkers and the media, alike. Boston has a reputation for being racist towards minorities, so its only fair that they get the same treatment and up to this point, they have. The Commish even condemned their actions.</P>


That was 40 years ago. You're nuts. Its time for you to get into the 21st century. A few dopes don't define a city.</P>

Bread
04-29-2012, 07:14 PM
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2012-04-26/joel-ward-interview/54557232/1 Typical.</P>


Right,......... a few morons represent the entire city.</P>


Is that really your view?</P>


Your tune would be different if this was Philadelphia.</P>


Maybe, maybe.* But if it would I'd be wrong.</P>


Well just like we (Philadelphia) have a reputation for fan incidents, every time one idiot does something (such as run onto a baseball field), we take a bunch of crap from meathead New Yorkers and the media, alike. Boston has a reputation for being racist towards minorities, so its only fair that they get the same treatment and up to this point, they have. The Commish even condemned their actions.</P>


That was 40 years ago.* You're nuts.** Its time for you to get into the 21st century.* A few dopes don't define a city.</P>Doesn't matter. We still take crap from the Santa Incident 40 years ago.

BTW, Jeremy Lin said Boston fans chanted racial slurs at him so it does still go on.

Where are you from?

ShakeNBake
04-29-2012, 09:44 PM
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2012-04-26/joel-ward-interview/54557232/1 Typical.</p>


Right,......... a few morons represent the entire city.</p>


Is that really your view?</p>


Your tune would be different if this was Philadelphia.</p>


Maybe, maybe. But if it would I'd be wrong.</p>


Well just like we (Philadelphia) have a reputation for fan incidents, every time one idiot does something (such as run onto a baseball field), we take a bunch of crap from meathead New Yorkers and the media, alike. Boston has a reputation for being racist towards minorities, so its only fair that they get the same treatment and up to this point, they have. The Commish even condemned their actions.</p>


That was 40 years ago. You're nuts. Its time for you to get into the 21st century. A few dopes don't define a city.</p>Doesn't matter. We still take crap from the Santa Incident 40 years ago.

BTW, Jeremy Lin said Boston fans chanted racial slurs at him so it does still go on.

Where are you from?

Bread has a pretty good point here, you don't just earn that rep out of nowhere

Kase-1
04-29-2012, 09:50 PM
Hey Morehead, I know you're a Mass resident and Sox fan but you cant deny that Boston has had a 'sketchy' history (at best) when it comes to race relations in their city.

Morehead State
04-30-2012, 08:06 AM
Hey Morehead, I know you're a Mass resident and Sox fan but you cant deny that Boston has had a 'sketchy' history (at best) when it comes to race relations in their city.
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Again Kase.....40 years ago. Right now, Boston is one of the most leftist cities (unfortunately) in the country. Card carrying Republicans get escorted outside the 495 corridor for their own protection.</P>


Plus it was those damned Irishmen from Southie that caused all the problems. Hahaha!!</P>

Kase-1
05-01-2012, 12:36 AM
Hey Morehead, I know you're a Mass resident and Sox fan but you cant deny that Boston has had a 'sketchy' history (at best) when it comes to race relations in their city.
</p>


Again Kase.....40 years ago. Right now, Boston is one of the most leftist cities (unfortunately) in the country. Card carrying Republicans get escorted outside the 495 corridor for their own protection.</p>


Plus it was those damned Irishmen from Southie that caused all the problems. Hahaha!!</p> HeyyyyY!!!!!!!

What about Dorchester, thats all Black and Irish love, LOL

Bread
05-01-2012, 07:10 PM
Not to mention, Boston native Mark Wahlberg has had several racial incidents where he harrassed a group of young African-American children and even blinded an innocent Vietnamese man.

I Hope thats not a snapshot of your city..

Roswell777
05-01-2012, 07:46 PM
I think it was Willie O'Ree who played for the Bruins (IRONICALLY). He only had a cup of coffee with the Bruins and didn't compete at McKegnie's level but I am almost certain it was O'Ree or something like that.

Correct!* 1957 he came into the NHL for the Bruins.

What irony of Bruins fans complaining about black players when they were the first team to have one!

Only conclusion one can pull from this is most of these fans arent true fans anyway, kids, bandwagon fans, etc.* The exact type of losers who usually talk the most crap online.
</P>


As a guy who has always hated the Bruins I can honestly say...they are some of the greatest hockey fans in the league.* Just because a couple dopes act like jaggoffs, doesn't mean anything about the fans.** </P>


Don't take anything that fans say within a few hours of their team getting iliminated seriously anyway.</P>


You should all know that.</P>

While I agree with you Morehead that to hold the city responsible for the idiotic comments of a few "fans" is incorrect, I also know that you don't give those "fans" a pass for their comments by writing it off as "heat of the moment."

It's inexcusable and it says a lot about who they are. Heat of the moment, or not.

BobbyD
06-08-2012, 10:56 AM
Lebron James gets showered with beer. Stay classy, Bahsten.


http://m.nydailynews.com/1.1092003

Bread
06-09-2012, 02:27 PM
Lebron James gets showered with beer. Stay classy, Bahsten.


http://m.nydailynews.com/1.1092003

It was a phillyz fanz drezzed like hez from boston!!!!11

gmen0820
06-09-2012, 02:39 PM
"Stay classy"...seriously? Still? Anchorman was shot in '04.