What a classic Canadian story. I don't mind the decision at all. If it was Habs jersey day and the school has uniforms, you either wear your school uniforms or a Habs jersey. It wasn't NHL jersey day. Secondly, if the officials were actually looking out for her best interests, I understand that side of it too. Being the only one wearing enemy colours in a school full of Habs fans can lead to a lot more than friendly ribbing, especially from older kids in higher grades. This is coming from someone who wore enemy colours back when I was in school for the 98 and 2003 playoffs against Ottawa. A lot of it can be fun back and forth, but it can be taken too far by a few.
Anyway Sterio, it always sucks being in enemy territory, but I think you are making Habs fans out to be way worse than they are. Compared to other teams, they couldn't be more friendly. I had 15 massive Sens fans go down for game 1 and 2 at the Bell Centre, and they had so much fun with the Habs fans and couldn't have been nicer. The Habs fans were all great in the Sens building last night too. Are they obnoxious at times, sure, but that wouldn't be any different from any group of Sports fans that dominate a city. You'd feel the same living in Toronto, NY, Boston, Detroit Philly, Wash, etc.
How many fan base call the cops on a hockey player? Im not making them worst than they are trust me lol
If you troll them then for then quit shinning when they troll you...
well i love shinny things so of course i like to shine too... wait... what?