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Boston Bieber Proofs Locker Room

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What would you think if you saw some other team's fans stomping on a wings jersey in the ground? That they are disrespecting the wheel right? Same thing.

Not that it would be a life ruining moment if it were to happen, but its the principal of it. Dont be stupid guys.

I said STEPPING.

I did not say deficating on it.

I did not say jackhammering it.

I did not say playing paintball around it.

Walking across the logo in clean tennis shoes shouldnt be a big deal.

If the players want to avoid hitting the logo with their skate blades, thats perfectly understandable.

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Apparently, it didn't happen, per Puck Daddy and the PR Rep for the Bruins.

Puck Daddy...

The shot on the left was floating around this weekend and picked up in many places reporting that the Bruins roped off their logo in their locker room with Justin Bieber performing a concert at TD Garden. Of course, none of that was true seeing as how the photo that went viral is really from Nov. 2012 (check the feet in the background) and the Bruins confirmed it never happened.


Bruins PR Rep on Twitter...

For those asking, the picture circulating of the logo in our locker room was not taken this weekend. It hasn't been roped off recently.

Also for those wondering - there wasn't anyone in our locker room this past weekend.

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Good & proper (and talented) Canadians know how to treat the Cup & team traditions with the proper respect:

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Indeed. One of my favorite bands, and Geddy is on of my inspirations as a bass player.

I still wish Chelios and DMac would have beat the snot out of the ****** from Def Leppard at the kickoff of the 2009 season in Detroit after he brought it out and put it upside down.

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I just want you all to know that Canadians feel really bad for inflicting this kid upon the world.

Toronto, Winnipeg, Chicago, Detroit, Boston, Los Angeles, Philedelphia....all teams he's pretended to support.

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What would you think if you saw some other team's fans stomping on a wings jersey in the ground? That they are disrespecting the wheel right? Same thing.

Not that it would be a life ruining moment if it were to happen, but its the principal of it. Dont be stupid guys.

I said STEPPING.

I did not say deficating on it.

I did not say jackhammering it.

I did not say playing paintball around it.

Walking across the logo in clean tennis shoes shouldnt be a big deal.

If the players want to avoid hitting the logo with their skate blades, thats perfectly understandable.

Stepping on the logo is seen as a sign of disrespect for the club.

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Thank God he won't be relevant within the next 10 years, lol.

The moment his voice cracks or its revealed that he's actually a girl his "Fans" will never be heard from again ;)

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Stepping on the logo is seen as a sign of disrespect for the club.

Bieber is an idiot. He has no respect for others.

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Apparently, it didn't happen, per Puck Daddy and the PR Rep for the Bruins.

Puck Daddy...

Bruins PR Rep on Twitter...

That's bleacherreport for ya...

The moment his voice cracks or its revealed that he's actually a girl his "Fans" will never be heard from again ;)

I'm out of the loop of why he's hated so much, but the only time I've heard him sing was when he sang Let It Be live during some New York event, and it was awful. Though I'd imagine it'd be hard to sing any song well by McCartney.

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It's pretty amusing how much people actually care to talk about Justin Bieber. I mean he was a Leafs fan as a kid, he has to bandwagon somebody successful.

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It's pretty amusing how much people actually care to talk about Justin Bieber. I mean he was a Leafs fan as a kid, he has to bandwagon somebody successful.

You say "as a kid" as if he's reached some form of pre-adulthood. I don't think his balls have dropped yet but then again I'm not entirely convinced he's male.

I said STEPPING.

I did not say deficating on it.

I did not say jackhammering it.

I did not say playing paintball around it.

Walking across the logo in clean tennis shoes shouldnt be a big deal.

If the players want to avoid hitting the logo with their skate blades, thats perfectly understandable.

It's just one of those "unwritten rules" you just don't do, like letting a flag touch the ground.

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No reason for him to be anywhere near the Wings dressing room.

Unfortunately, since he only rides the coattails of recent winners, your statement is true. :(

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No reason for him to be anywhere near the Wings dressing room.

maybe they put him in the visitors dressing room when he was at The Joe....But then one of his buses was busted in Windsor for pot...what role model!!!

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Hawks fans get revenge.

That just makes hawks fans look stupid. Not revenge at all.

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Hawks fans get revenge.

I really enjoyed this little blurb from the article:

“We don't appreciate bandwagoners,” the trio said in an e-mail.

That had me laughing for a good 5 minutes. The rest of it? meh...

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Why was he even allowed to enter the lockerroom? I find it hard to believe, that this thing would be open to the public even in the off-season?

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I really enjoyed this little blurb from the article:

We don't appreciate bandwagoners, the trio said in an e-mail.

That had me laughing for a good 5 minutes. The rest of it? meh...

Oh. :lol:

:lol:

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I don't know what the worse offense is - standing on the logo or wearing sunglasses inside.

Standing on the logo. There are reasons for wearing sunglasses inside. Not saying any of them apply to Bieber, but wearing sunglasses isn't the universal crime that standing on the logo is.

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