Dave Bolland’s empty-net goal from three-quarters of the ice away clinched Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final for the Chicago Blackhawks. It also sent Boston Bruins winger Milan Lucic into an impressive fit of rage. He wound up and took a healthy hack at the scored-upon goal, efficiently sending his stick into oblivion. There is debate whether his skills would best translate to baseball or the Lumberjack World Championship. Whatever the answer, he should probably stick with hockey since he’s a standout player on a team two wins from a championship.
Coaches preaching loyalty can be costly.
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