Sports Marchand burns Canadiens for throwing shade his way

20:56  07 may  2018
20:56  07 may  2018 Source:

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The NHL reportedly asked the Bruins to tell Brad Marchand to quit licking people. The famous line is from Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar,” referring to when Caesar’s friend Brutus betrayed him — and could likely be Swift throwing shade at Perry and their lost friendship.

Brad Marchand didn't get any shots off during a Game 5 season-ending loss to Tampa Bay, but he sure fired an accurate one Montreal's way on Monday.

Earlier in the day, the Canadiens Twitter account sent a public service announcement to an unnamed player, citing the dangers of licking golf balls. It was obviously a not-so-subtle dig at Marchand after the Boston Bruins were eliminated from the postseason on Sunday, and in light of his recent propensity to lick opposing players.

Marchand's response, however, is sure to leave a bad taste for Habs fans:

  Marchand burns Canadiens for throwing shade his way © Mike Ehrmann / Getty Images Sport / Getty

Montreal, of course, finished the regular season in 28th place, 41 points behind the Bruins.

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Bruins expect Marchand to act like leader, cut out antics .
The Boston Bruins want Brad Marchand to let his game speak for itself. The winger has come under fire for a pair of incidents involving licking opposing players during the playoffs, and was officially put on watch by the NHL as a result of the odd behavior.

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