If there is anything we have learned by now, it’s that you don’t stick a microphone in front of a hockey player’s face after he’s played a long playoff game. Fortunately for us, these networks still haven’t learned the lesson.
Both Dave Bolland and Andrew Shaw were heard dropping F-bombs after the Chicago Blackhawks came back to beat the Boston Bruins 3-2 in Game 6 to win the Stanley Cup on Monday. Bolland, who punched in a rebound for the winning goal with 59 seconds left, casually let out his F-bomb during an interview with CBC.
“Yeah, it was a big one. We never give up as a team. We f—ing die hard, we do the right things. As a great team, we always battle to the end,” he said.
The casual nature of Bolland’s F-bomb was similar to the way Shaw let one out after Game 1 of the Cup Finals. Shaw also let out a “f—ing ay” as he was celebrating the win. He has more of an excuse, though, because he wasn’t being interviewed when he cursed: