A Historical View of Boston Fans Throwing Things

After the Bruins were embarrassed by the Lightning in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals, the Tampa Bay team celebrated on a TD Bank Garden strewn with debris. After that showing by the black and gold faithful sitting in the black and gold chairs; Boston newspapers, blogs and radio personalities killed the fans for their less than gracious losing. Many called the move classless (Sidebar: I hate the term “classy”. It may be the most overused term, not only in sports, but in life. I am begging you people, no, commanding you like a dictator to those who cower in fear of him, stop using the term classy or any subsidiary of the word. Especially don’t tell me how classy your fan base is and then tell us you’re going to fuck our moms in hate mail. Oh the irony.) Where was I?

Oh right. Many called the move classless and some people (looking at you Ted Sarandis) were calling for the heads of the perpetrators, a large fine and expulsion from any and all Boston sporting events. Yes, not Bruins games, but ALL Boston sporting events. Harsh much? I’m not here to defend the people who threw stuff on the ice because I don’t like the move either, but you have to realize that it’s something Boston fans do. I’ve taken the time to go through some monumental times in the past and the results are surprising. Bruins fans just don’t throw shit on the ice when they win or lose, they throw shit on everything! The results you’re about to see are shocking, but I’ve logged many pain staking hours going through the world’s history.

After the jump….well, just look…

At the Berlin Wall…
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Boston Tea Party…
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When dinosaurs roamed the Earth…
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Lincoln’s Gettysburgh Address…
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Hell, even an Obama rally…
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Even at the stand off at Tiananmen Square…
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So before everyone gets their panties in a bunch, Bruins fans have been littering history with their trash. Accept it. Without it, none of this could be possible!

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