Planet S Magazine Endorses Bruins

After much consideration, the Editorial Staff*of Saskatoon’s Planet S Magazine has decided to place its support firmly with the Boston Bruins. The Stanley Cup finals start tonight, thus the timely announcement out of Saskatoon this morning.

Two long nights of discussions with some kind of board was suggested. Unfortunately, everyone is really busy at this time of the year so participation was limited. Under my watchful eye however, the merits of the Bruins and the Canucks were debated and it was determined that the magazine would throw its support behind the boys from Beantown.

Among the determining factors were Canadian content, proximity to cities where Bobby Orr played and uniforms (broken into categories including colour combination, intimidation value and alphabetical order). Using these criteria the Bruins became the obvious choice.

Alt-Magazines have a long history of supporting sports teams in league championships and this reaffirms Planet S Magazine’s commitment to the tradition.

Bruins in 6!

*Editorial Staff was unavailable for the selection process.

Author: Toontown Rat

He is a long time Saskatoon resident and moderately important cog in the machinery of Prairie Dog's little sister, Planet S Magazine.

9 thoughts on “Planet S Magazine Endorses Bruins”

  1. Who would have thought it’d take the Stanley Cup final for me to find common ground with Toontown Rat?

    Yes, Go Bruins Go.

  2. I think we have the first candidates for Harper’s high treason law. GO CANUCKS!

  3. Dear Anonymous,

    Beat Montreal AND Tampa Bay.

    Dear Danny,

    Harper will NEVER TAKE US ALIVE! Although that would probably make him really happy.

  4. I’m taking Vancouver over Boston, as would most unemployed junkies during the winter.

  5. Ouch, that’s got to hurt. Losing 1-0 on a goal with just 19 seconds left in the third period.

    My friend’s a Bruins fan, and he said near the end that they were “just hanging on.” If they were in the game, losing 1-0 in the first game on the road is no biggie. But if they were clearly outclassed …

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