Bruins fan’s 2011 Stanley Cup tribute tattoo a savage orgy of brutality (pic)
A Boston Bruins fan’s tattoo paying tribute to the team’s 2011 run to Stanley Cup glory is a brutal scene featuring a demonic, bear-like creature in a Bruins uniform unleashing ultraviolence on Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban and Vancouver Canucks winger Daniel Sedin, all played out in a brilliantly executed tattoo.
The placement of the two NHLers in the savage homage makes reference to two of the opponents the Bruins vanquished in the playoffs: The Habs in the Eastern Conference quarterfinals and the Canucks in the Stanley Cup Finals.
And the inked display of savagery is a humdinger of a tribute tattoo. And that may be an understatement.
Incredible. Such detail. Such shocking brutality.
Then again, I suppose if a person is willing to go all-out with a tattoo in order to commemorate a remarkable championship run in a violent sport, he or she may as well utilize violent imagery. The kind of imagery that just might give children who gaze upon it nightmares.
[H/T Puck Daddy, reddit hockey]