Boston Bruins Fans Go On N-Word Power Play After Washington Capitals Joel Ward Scores Game-Winning Goal

 

Washington Capitals winger Joel Ward became the first Black player to score a game-winning goal in the NHL playoffs, it was a moment in the spotlight for the Ward who is Canadian-born, but of Barbados descent.

Until racism once again reared it’s ugly head.

Boston Bruins fans took to Twitter last night to use the N-word towards Ward whose goal sent the defending Stanley Cup Champions packing last night in Game 7 of their first round series against the Capitals.

Stay classy Boston.

5 Responses to “Boston Bruins Fans Go On N-Word Power Play After Washington Capitals Joel Ward Scores Game-Winning Goal”

  1. Leon X says:

    Charles Stuart is shocked over those Tweets.

  2. ch555x says:

    “Bah-stun”…:/

  3. Temple3 says:

    Boston ain’t classy…cain’t git classy…could never stay classy.

    I’m sure he’s used to this right now. I saw this game and thought this would happen as soon as he scored. Great moment in hockey. They’ll NEVER get over it in Boston.

    Fug ‘em.

  4. DeShawn says:

    TSF’s silence on Delmon Young speaks volumes. People are racist all over.

  5. Temple3 says:

    Hey, DeShawn I’m interested in this issue as well. What did DY say and what did he do? Do you know the scoop. The NY Daily News wasn’t helpful at all. They were more concerned with his words than his alleged assault. I find that odd, except for the particulars of the groups involved. I mean, really, WTF?

    An actual assault vs. actual words? Help me out here. Thanks.

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