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  • Bruins’ Chris Kelly Suffers Fractured Femur (Video)

    Bruins’ Chris Kelly Suffers Fractured Femur (Video)

    A fractured femur is one of the most painful injuries in all of sports, and unfortunately, we witnessed one tonight. The victim this time was the Boston Bruins’ Chris Kelly, who went down with a broken left leg during what appeared to be a rather harmless play. Check it out: Kelly is set to undergo surgery tomorrow and […]

  • Big Jerk Steals Puck From Young Penguins Fan (Video)

    Big Jerk Steals Puck From Young Penguins Fan (Video)

    I never understood why adults are so obsessed with catching balls or pucks at sporting events.  I mean, what are they going to do with them?  Unless it’s from an extremely significant and/or rare event, they’re likely not worth anything.  But that still doesn’t seem to stop some of these grown-ass idiots from desperately seeking souvenirs […]

  • Alex Burmistrov Admits Fault after Elbowing Penalty (Video)

    Alex Burmistrov Admits Fault after Elbowing Penalty (Video)

    You don’t often see NHL players admitting fault for their transgressions, no matter how blatant they are. Instead, you normally see them bicker and protest, to no avail. After taking that course of action following an elbowing call in last night’s Winnipeg-Minnesota game, we seethe Jets’ Alex Burmistrov step up and actually admit fault. And the […]

  • Flyers Fans Chant “She Said No” at Patrick Kane (Video)

    Flyers Fans Chant “She Said No” at Patrick Kane (Video)

    Last night, a relatively small percentage of the 50,000 Blue Jays Fans attending Game 5 of the ALDS littered the field with cups, cans, and bottles after a controversial call in the top of the seventh inning. So today a lot of people are ready to crown Toronto fans the worst in sports. However, as […]

  • The NHL’s First 3-on-3 Overtime Was Crazy! (Video)

    The NHL’s First 3-on-3 Overtime Was Crazy! (Video)

    Last night, the Tampa Bay Lightning and Philadelphia Flyers found themselves deadlocked at 2-2 after 60 minutes of play.  That meant that for the first time in NHL history, the 3-on-3 overtime rule would be implemented—in which the teams play the 5-minute overtime period with three skaters apiece, rather than the usual four. And if […]