Bruins – Habs Drinking Game: The Rivalry Renews

27thOct. × ’11

The greatest rivalry in sports rejoins the fray. As always PuckSage, PuckSage.com, the NHL, The Bruins, Canadiens and anyone else you might try and blame your problems on assume no responsibility for your actions but promise to Like the Youtube video of you doing something regrettable.

Take One Drink:

For each fist pump of Rene Rancourt, or one for each bar in which an alternate singer misses a note.

Each time Carey Price is shown doing the Dryden pose.

Tim Thomas is shown smiling.

Someone mentions Perry Pearn

The words “hot seat” or “hangover” are used to describe either team.

Take Two Drinks:

Each time the Subban hit on Marchand is played.

For each replay of video from this springs playoffs.

For each injury injury mentioned.

If a Montreal skater switches between forward and defense at any point in the game.

Take Three Drinks:

If there is a post whistle scrum involving P.K. Subban and no one gets between him and whichever Bruins player he’s annoyed.

If there is a replay of Jack or Bricks best lines from the playoff series.

Each time the broadcast makes it to a commercial break without mention to the Chara-Pacioretty hit from last season.

Take Four Drinks:

If the all time record for the teams is mentioned.

Someone mentions the last time the Canadiens won the Stanley Cup.

Cole scores a goal.

Pouliot scores a goal.

The pain of hearing about “The Kids” in Edmonton drives you to needing pain relief.

Video or screen shots of something that happened in the game make it to twitter or a major blog before the end of the game.

Skip A Drink:

When Subban or Marchand are on the ice and someone else on their team is doing most of the jawing.

If Chara loses it because someone took liberties with a team mate.

 


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