Ace of Spades & the Boston Bruins

As reported on Tim and Sid: Uncut a couple of months ago some NHL boys, Bobby Ryan, Joffrey Lupul, & Paul Bissonnette (aka BizNasty2point0) had spent the night on the town in Las Vegas. According to twitter and other media outlets, the guys racked up a bill of approximately $189,000. While no one was sure whether the bill was fake or not, the truth eventually came out a day later when Bobby Ryan tweeted that the bills was actually not theirs.

Well, we have another NHL bill that is for REAL and this time it’s courtesy of the 2011 NHL Stanley Cup Champions, Boston Bruins. A well deserved bill and party if you ask me. The boys partied like rockstars at the MGM Grand at Foxwoods and according to NBC Connecticut, “The single most expensive drink on the bill was a bottle of Ace of Spades champagne for $100,000. There are allegedly only six such bottles in the world.” It was also reported that this bottle of Ace of Spades was double the size that Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban purchased for his team after their NBA Championship just one week ago.

And what’s a little party without chicks, more booze, and table dancing. Congratulations Boston Bruins. Sedin Sisters need not apply!

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BizNasty2point0 Tryst Tale?

As reported on Tim and Sid: Uncut yesterday afternoon, some NHL boys, Bobby Ryan, Joffrey Lupul, & Paul Bissonnette (aka BizNasty2point0) had spent the night on the town in Las Vegas. According to twitter and other media outlets, the guys racked up a bill of approximately $189,000.  A lot of people have been requesting the photo of said bill; see below.

But last night on twitter, it appears that Bobby Ryan came clean and said the Tryst bill was not theirs, even after the boys started tweeting it around for all twitter world to see. I understand they didn’t outright say it belonged to them in the original tweet, but all it takes is speculation. Maybe a prank? Or just looking for some street cred? My only thought on this whole thing, I would have liked to of been the person who received the tip. cha-ching!

* It also should be noted that Ray Whitney of the Edmonton Oilers was the original tweeter (courtesy of Nooner). Then RT, after RT, after RT……and the ball got going.