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squirting water into the visor of Canadiens defenseman P . K . Subban , but he doesn’t think that will have an impact on whether ..... happens all the time,” Thornton said. “I think [ Subban ] said he was squirted twice. I only got him once. Someone
crystal-clear reminder. Shawn Thornton squirted P . K . Subban with water. Subban and Zdeno Chara exchanged crosschecks. Andrei Markov ..... mocked the Bruins' goal celebration. Lucic mocked Subban by flexing his muscles. Brad Marchand gave Tomas
bad luck. Don't blame the agitating Canadiens led by P . K . Subban and Dale Weise. All the Bruins need do is find a mirror ..... for all the anger and venom Milan Lucic had for Weise, Subban and the Habs after the 3-1 no-show in Game 7 Wednesday
push for the better part of 10 minutes in the second period, including a three-minute shift that had defenseman P . K . Subban coming out of the penalty box to play left wing because the Canadiens couldn't execute a line change after a penalty
last two games coming in the form of a Tomas Plekanec shot on a power play that redirected off Brendan Gallagher and a P . K . Subban 6-on-4 goal. The difference between the beginning of the series, when the Bruins weren’t scoring a ton, and the stretch
Probably you know about it by now, but here's a couple highlights (with thanks to Deadspin): On the goal by P . K . Subban in the first period: "I didn't see it, but I was on the other side of a hockey rink, was standing there this time
limit that." Limit that they have. For all the talk earlier in the series about the Bruins not getting in the way of P . K . Subban 's shots, the Canadiens sure haven't struggled with stopping the shots from Boston's back end. In the defensive
factor.” Sure, Shawn Thornton squirted P . K . Subban with some water. Milan Lucic flexed his muscles at Subban at one point. Kevan Miller tossed a Montreal ..... m pretty proud of this group.” Subban : “We’re just sick and tired
Claude Julien said after the series was meant to be a “Boston Strong” gesture — while Shawn Thornton squirted P . K . Subban with a water bottle at the end of Game 5. The Bruins were confused by the Habs’ overuse of the word “disrespect,” but Lucic
limited ice time was related to the incident in Saturday’s Game 5 when he squirted water at Canadiens defenseman P . K . Subban , leading to a fine from the league. Bruins coach Claude Julien made it clear he did not approve of Thornton’s actions, but the
One day after Bruins forward Shawn Thornton was fined $2,820.52 for squirting water at Canadiens defenseman P . K . Subban from the bench, Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist was fined $5,000 for squirting Penguins forward Sidney Crosby
Canadiens were 1-for-3. Though they didn’t score on the power play that followed Milan Lucic ‘s trip of P . K . Subban at 3:58 of the third, the timing of the penalty was enough to hurt Boston’s minimal chances of a comeback. The
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