Habs fans are the dumbest on the planet

Habs fans are the dumbest on the planet

By Jon Fucile
WickedGoodSports.com

Montreal Canadiens fans.

A phrase synonymous with crazy, idiotic, moronic....well, the list goes out.

Bruins captain Zdeno Chara drove Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty into the turnbuckle near the benches the other night, leaving Pacioretty with a severe concussion and a fractured vertebra.

Based on Chara's history there was likely no malice involved but that hasn't stopped crazy Canadiens fans from wishing death upon his family, friends and teammates. A perfectly non-insane reaction.

Hey, we agree. It sucks that Pacioretty got hurt. But really... you want Chara's kids to die in a fire? What kind of people are you? This is why no one respects Montreal. You're all bat poop crazy. But hey, thanks for helping Canada keep America's head warm.

Montreal is a city so stupid they use a soccer chant at hockey games. Oleee! Ole-ole-o -shut up. We get it. You want to be European, but you're too lame even for that.

This is a city that has set previous standards for stupidity. This is a city that has tipped cars.

..and set fires after a first round playoff victory.

Not a championship. A first round victory. Awesome guys. You stay classy, Montreal.

So it really shouldn't be a surprise that this classless, idiotic city again set the standard for stupidity.

Montreal cops were flooded with calls Tuesday night. Was there a shooting? A bank robbery? A suspicious character in a van dressed like a clown trying to lure children into a windowless van?

Nope. Montreal fans were calling the cops.... because they wanted the cops to arrest Chara and press charges.

No, seriously. We're not making it up.

Citizens of this fine city actually called the cops over something that happened in a hockey game.

Look, it sucks that Paciorettys injury was so severe. We hope he makes a full recovery and is able to resume his NHL career. We really do.

But Montrealers are really that dumb? What do you want? Do you want Chara chained up or something for making a hockey play?

The hit was very, very, VERY unfortunate. We dont deny that. Maybe Chara should have shown more awareness. Maybe emotion got the best of him. He is the only one that knows. But you people act like he tore down your city and should be executed.

It is not like Chara sat around and plotted the demise of Max Pacioretty. There were no grand plans to end a season and possibly a career.

Where was the outrage in Canada when Savard went down? Canadiens fans, classy as they are, openly mocked the Bruins and their fans. They laughed at Savard.

Where was the outrage when Pacioretty drove Mark Eatons head into the boards? Yes, the end result wasnt the same but the sentiment was. If Chara hits Pacioretty anywhere else on the ice, were looking at a simple interference call.

But you keep making death threats to Bruins bloggers and writers, Montreal. Keep Tweeting about how you hope Charas family dies or Tweeting about how you hope the Bruins plane blows up. Our opinion of you couldnt possibly be any lower.

Youre awful, awful people.

Patriots release DT Darius Kilgo, reportedly sign WR Griff Whalen

Patriots release DT Darius Kilgo, reportedly sign WR Griff Whalen

The New England Patriots have announced that they've released defensive tackle Darius Kilgo. 

The move creates an opening for wide receiver Griff Whalen, who they have reportedly signed to a one-year deal, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

Kilgo, a sixth-round pick out of Maryland in 2015, did not make an appearance for the Patriots after being claimed off waivers from the Broncos last week. He played 81 snaps for Denver this season.

Whalen, 26, played in two games for San Diego in 2016 where he caught two passes for a total of 22 yards. 

The former Colts wideout is perhaps best remembered in New England for his part in Indianapolis' disastrous against the Patriots last season.

 

 

 

Thomas won’t play Friday night vs. Raptors

Thomas won’t play Friday night vs. Raptors

WALTHAM, Mass. – The Celtics are about to hit one of the toughest stretches of the season and they’ll have to do it for at least one more game without their leading scorer, Isaiah Thomas. 
 
Thomas, who suffered a right groin injury on Monday against the Houston Rockets, did not play on Wednesday against Orlando and said that he will not play in Friday night’s game against the Toronto Raptors. 
 
“It’s day to day. I want to play. I want to be out there but it’s the smart decision to hold out and wait until it’s 100 percent,” Thomas said during a Season of Giving event for children of the Military Friends Foundation held at the Celtics’ practice facility. “If it was a playoff game I would be out there for sure.”
 
However, after consulting with a number of medical personnel, Thomas decided the best thing for him and the Celtics was to sit out Friday’s game which, along with Wednesday in Orlando, will be the first two he has missed since the 2014-2015 season. 
 
Thomas said there’s no specific timetable for his return, but he said he is planning to travel with the team to Oklahoma City for their matchup against the Thunder on Sunday. 
 
“It’s eating me a live to sit, but I have to do what’s best for my body, I have to do what’s best for this team,” Thomas said. “I need to be 100 percent healthy to give this team what I can give them.”
 
The Celtics are hoping for similar success they had Wednesday in Orlando (a 117-87 victory) on Friday against Toronto.
 
“They played a hell of a game last night,” Thomas said. “They’ll be ready tomorrow.”
 
The fact that Thomas intends to travel with the team is a good sign that the groin injury isn’t too serious. 
 
If he doesn’t play at Oklahoma City, that likely means he’ll return to action on Wednesday at San Antonio. 
 
“I’m going to do what I can to get back out there on the court,” Thomas said. “I gotta be smart about this. I don’t want this to linger on this season.”
 
Replacing Smart in the lineup against Toronto will most likely be Marcus Smart. 
 
Smart, who has been a replacement starter at small forward and point guard this season, had 13 points, three rebounds, three assists and two steals against the Magic.