The Bruins are hot right now. They’re currently on a four game win streak. In the month of February they didn’t have one regulation loss. On their recent West coast swing they came out with nine out of a possible ten points. And this is all without their top goal scorer David Pastrnak. I’m so proud of this team but want to know what’s even hotter? Their 👏 social 👏 media 👏 game. Specifically Marchand and Krug. Let’s take a look back at some recent quality Twitter exchanges between the two. I’m only going back to the beginning of 2019 (I don’t have that much time on my hands) but even going back two months the content is quality.
Celly with Plymouth Rock Insurance
In January, Krug shared his new television spot for Plymouth Rock Insurance. We got to see Krug’s acting abilities. Look how excited he is to celly about Plymouth Rock Insurance.
Then Marchand hopped right into the Twitter thread and the following exchange happened:
But then Krug finishes it off with this:
Krug: 1 Marchand: 0
Everyone Loves Bergy
After (Saint) Patrice Bergeron played his 1,000th game in the NHL, Marchand obviously showed his line mate some love on Twitter and Krug tried to jump in and ruin it. But then Marchand put him on blast.
Krug: 1 Marchand: 1
One night Krug was feeling spicy and jumped in on a Twitter exchange Marchand was having with the official NHL Twitter account. An offer for a sleepover party followed (including bath time ?). No word on if the sleepover party or the bath ever happened.
Honestly, there were no losers in this one. Only winners. Except Charlie McAvoy, who Marchand said looks like Sloth from The Goonies.
Krug: 2 Marchand: 2 McAvoy: 0
It Gets Real
Then today, this happened.
It’s all in good fun until Krug brought Bergeron into it:
Krug: 3 Marchand: 2
Marchand blessed us all by announcing he’s launching his official Instagram on Friday. We can only hope this exchange gets taken to Instagram and continues. I expect more chirps and dank memes (?). Speaking of dank memes, quick honorable mention to Jake DeBrusk and his understated Instagram comments and captions. They’re low-key good. I am not too proud to talk up his game even though he ignored me after practice once.
Let this fire exchange and fire season continue. We want the cup.