Aly. 23. Boston. I bleed black and gold.
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It was just after being swept by the Bruins in the 2013 ECF. Orpik came up behind Crosby, grabbed his waist and whispered in his ear "let it go, man." Sidney tried to blossom the cocoon on his upper lip into a butterfly, but it fell off and died, much like Sids hope of winning another Stanley Cup (I'm slightly drunk and didn't pay full attention to the rules)

bruinsstrong:

This. is. the. best fanfiction i have ever read.

soooooo I just found out that Knighter stayed at my friend’s house a few years ago. And is friends with his sister. Like. FUCKKKKK. Dying. LOVE HER SO MUCH. He said he’d try to hook me up. dead. 

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We sort of have this stereotype that women’s hockey is that much different than men’s hockey, when really, hockey is hockey. We’re fast, we’re talented, we’re amazing athletes. And if people could sort of throw away this ‘oh, women are a little bit less skilled than the men’ notion, that would be great. Because we’re great athletic women, who are amazing role models, who are super involved in each community that we touch. It’s just… It would be nice for the entire world to sort of open up and accept that. By Hilary Knight for ESPN’s body issue (x)