5 Moments You Should Never Mention to a Boston Bruins Fan

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5 Moments You Should Never Mention to a Boston Bruins Fan
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As sports fans, we have all experienced heartbreak at some point.

For every thrilling victory, it seems there is a crushing defeat.

If you're a New England Patriots fan, you would rather burn yourself with hot coffee than watch highlights of the New York Giants winning Super Bowl XLII.

Supporters of the New York Yankees have no doubt tried everything in their power to erase the memories of blowing the 2004 ALCS to the Boston Red Sox.

St. Louis Cardinals die-hards will go on a tirade if they're reminded of umpire Don Denkinger's blown call in Game 6 of the 1985 World Series against the Kansas City Royals.

Only ask a Utah Jazz fan about Michael Jordan stealing the ball from Karl Malone and subsequently burying the game-winning shot in the final seconds of Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals if you want to get slapped.

For the Boston Bruins, there have been many terrible moments that their fans don't want to talk about. Some are recent, and some are from several decades ago.

Here are the five moments you should never mention to a Bruins fan:

 

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