Why is a puck called a puck? Because dirty little bastard was taken.
|—||Martin Brodeur (via insearchoflordstanley)|
I guess each individual will think differently. I’m one of those people that wants to live life to the fullest. And I’m not going to live my life worrying about what’s going to happen,” the coach said. “You put trust in people that obviously it’s going to be as safe as can be. And you’ve got to live with the consequences. But the one thing you don’t want to let happen is people or individuals or whatever groups ruin your life by living it in fear. Sometimes you have to go out there and make the best out of every situation and that’s what personally I intend to do. I’m not going to go out there worried every time I step out of my house whether something’s going to happen. And I think that’s what great about this country, that’s not going to let anybody or anyone put fear in our lives.
|—||Claude Julien, HC of the Boston Bruins (via maecaffinated)|