Tuesday, December 05, 2006

The Tucker Pucker/Bouillon Cube Incident

It's not too often that I don't side with a Leaf player, but this was an exception. A hilarious exception! On Saturday's game between the Habs and Leafs, Tucker ran over Bouillon after the Hab D-man nailed Kyle Wellwood along the boards. Then the 2 squared off.
Funny how Tucker wouldn't drop his gloves after Bouillon did. Then Darcy was punching him in the face with his gloves on while Bouillon was holding back because his gloves were off! Sure enough, Bouillon lost it and made Tucker pay!
Here is what Bouillon had to say about the incident:

Hey, Francis, your back was NOT turned!
But he was in a prone position though, and didn't have the puck either.


At December 5, 2006 at 11:53 a.m. , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Back, sideways, what's the difference? I have to laugh at Tucker's comment that he was suckerpunched. C'mon Darcy - you can't be sucjered when your staring into his fist. My question for Tucker would be - Where the hell was he the rest of the game?

At December 5, 2006 at 11:55 a.m. , Blogger Zanstorm said...

No kidding. That was sour grapes on his part!
He looked pretty humbled afterwards didn't he?

At December 5, 2006 at 12:55 p.m. , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I still like Darcy though. Take him back anytime!

Can these teams just meet in the playoffs, please?

At December 5, 2006 at 1:16 p.m. , Blogger Zanstorm said...

Oh yeah! It already looks like the playoffs when they play!
What irks me is that the Habs then lose to Boston last night and Huet gets pulled. What the heck?

At December 5, 2006 at 8:26 p.m. , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Huet has his first off night. Looks like he was rattled by some chancy goals and never got focused again.

Even though the Habs record looks good on paper, they rarely play 60 minutes, and have a ton of issues to correct, starting with 5 on 5 play.

Goaltending and special teams have gotten them where they are now, and that's all.


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