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Dan Carcillo Plays for the Rangers Tonight, Here’s My Favorite Car Bomb Moment

Kyle Scott - April 22, 2014

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This post originally appeared on the site on May 13, 2011, the day after Dan Carcillo manually stimulated what turned out to be a CB reader in an Atlantic City hotel room. I was told, at the time, that “her dad would be proud” because she denied Carcillo sex… and instead settled for a stand-up triple. 


When Dan Carcillo (@og_carbomb13) Tweets to fellow NHLer Paul Bissonnette, good things are bound to happen.

Car Bomb quickly disarmed and removed the Tweet.

Just another day inside the head of Dan Carcillo, folks.

H/T to (@downgoesspezza) and (@mandy10) for the screen grab

UPDATE: Scott Hartnell, Dan Carcillo to Participate in Charity Game in Atlantic City

Kyle Scott - November 15, 2012

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Need some hockey in your life? I do. And while I’m not particularly a fan of exhibition sporting events… this may have to do, for now.

Scott Hartnell, Brad Richards and Dan Carcillo will take part in a charity game in Atlantic City for Operation Hat Trick on Saturday, November 24, according to Tim Panaccio. The game will be sponsored by Caesar’s and played at Boardwalk Hall. Proceeds will go toward Sandy relief. 

The last time we remember Car Bomb being in Atlantic City, he fired out this finger-banging Tweet (we have some inside info on that, unfortunately), so who knows what can happen this time.

I’m guessing other current and former Flyers will participate, too.

UPDATE: Tickets go on-sale today at 10 a.m. on TicketmasterMany current and former Flyers are playing: Bobby Ryan, Kimmo Timonen, Braydon Coburn, Dan Carcillo, James van Riemsdyk, Justin Williams, Simon Gagne, Ville Leino, Steve Eminger, Jeff Halpern, Brian Boyle, Jody Shelley and James Neal. Tickets go on-sale today.

Dan Carcillo Rips Michael Leighton… and Peter Laviolette

Kyle Scott - July 23, 2012

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I struggled with the idea of posting about anything Dan Carcillo said. The only time I can recall doing such a thing is when Carcillo tweeted about finger-banging someone who was later revealed to be a CB reader (chronicled right… hither).

He quickly removed (and likely regretted) that comment. 

But, this weekend, speaking at a Blackhawks fan forum, which was likely attended by about seven to nine people, Car Bomb went boom again, this time taking aim at former teammate Michael Leighton and… Peter Laviolette? 

First up, Big Bear Michael Leighton. According to some Twitterererererers in attendance, one of which admitted that Carcillo’s comment were mostly tongue-in-cheek,  Car Bomb said: “If we had better goaltending, maybe we would have put up a fight.” 

Ouch. While I certainly can’t blame anyone for, um, blaming Leighton about anything (he’s what the Spanish call El Terrible), throwing a former teammate under the bus is bush league. Not to mention inaccurate. The Flyers did put up a fight. Leighton gave up the soft winner to Patrick Kane, but can hardly be blamed for the Flyers losing the series. The Blackhawks were a better team. 

About Lavs? Not many details exist, but Carcillo said something to the effect of having “zero respect” for the Flyers coach. 

We didn’t reach out to Lavs for comment, but we’re guessing his response would have been somewhere along the lines of go fuck yourself.

via Puck Daddy

Dan Carcillo Calls Philly Media “Rude”

Kyle Scott - August 16, 2011

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Car Bomb spoke with the Chicago Sun Times this week. Not surprisingly, he talked a bit about his time in Philadelphia:

Is the Philly media as tough as they say it is?

Yeah. It’s ridiculous. . . . If you lose, people look for excuses, and they nitpick. They make stories out of nothing. It’s unfortunate. That’s just the way it is. It’s kind of their culture. People are kind of outspoken and rude.


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This comes from the professional hockey player who once Tweeted about sticking his fingers in daddy's little girl. Perhaps his definition of the word differs from ours.

He's not entirely incorrect, however. Fans (and bloggers?) are "rude," but that's because they (we?) care. Reporters are rude because they have a job to do, though I'd argue some of the older beat writers can be dicks at times… oh, hello, Tim Panaccio:

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Yeah, that's what C Bomb was talking about.

Hey, while we're on the subject of rude, let's take a look at where Jodie Sweetin is at in life:

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So Dan Carcillo’s Twitter Went Away…

Kyle Scott - May 25, 2011

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Surprised, Clark? Car Bomb's Twitter (@og_carbomb13) no longer exsits, at least under that moniker. I mean, after Tweeting about finger sex and gingers in Boston, I was half expecting to sponsored Tweets from Lifestyles: For when her dad is not proud of her. Oh wells…

Perhaps he'll make a triumphant return under a different handle, not unlike Mo Speights, who has reinvented himself still Tweets about fat women.

H/T to a super sleuth who shall go unnamed

Dan Carcillo Gets Two Game Suspension… 10 Days After Season Ends

Kyle Scott - May 17, 2011

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Dan Carcillo has had a meteoric rise to the Dykstra Zone. Car Bomb has been suspended for two games, without pay, for his actions during an off-ice incident after the first period of Game 4 against Boston. From the press release:

"Between  the  first and second period, while off ice and outside the officials'  locker  room,  Mr.  Carcillo engaged in aggressive behavior and inappropriate  conduct  directed at the officials," said Murphy [NHL Sr. VP of Hockey Operations]. "While Mr. Carcillo acknowledged in the hearing that he regrets his actions outside of the officials' room, there can be no defense for his conduct.

"I  also  reviewed  the  verbal  confrontation  between  Carcillo and linesman  Brian  Murphy  at  the  players'  bench prior to the start of the second  period  and  have  determined that, while the verbal abuse may have been worthy of a penalty, there is no evidence that Carcillo's action merit supplemental discipline," concluded Murphy.


What in the world do you say to an official that gets you a two game suspension? If you saw HBO's 24/7, you know that just about anything goes when it comes to interactions between players and officials. F bombs? You bet. Yelling? No problem. Insults? Par for the course.

The best part about this is that Carcillo's hearing was held on Friday, presumably just hours before he Tweeted about heading to New York to party and, well, you know…

… there's a part of me that thinks this has something to do with the Tweet heard round the world.

Dalton Pepper to Temple, Pittsburgh Sucks, Bobby Bonilla, Dan Carcillo’s Latest Product Endorsement

Kyle Scott - May 17, 2011

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Continuing a line of great white guards on North Broad, West Virginia's Dalton Pepper will transfer to Temple. He wants to be closer to his sick father: [CSN Philly]

Pepper would not confirm where he is transferring — "Not sure," he added, "Got to figure out what's up with father" — but multiple sources close to Pepper have indicated that it's Temple, his second choice coming out of high school.


Now before all you TU folks go getting your horrid Owl Ill shirts in a euphoric twist, let me remind you that Pepper couldn't crack the top 100 in most high school rankings, and he's only averaged 3.5 ppg over his first two seasons with the Mountaineers. He's not exactly John Wall or anything. Golf clap, though.

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Two employees of the Pittsburgh Pirates called for a boycott of a Kennedy Township bar that offered to cut the price of beer every time the Pirates lost.

"I've never heard of anything so ridiculous," said Estelle Aversa, who owns the Stroll Inn.

A sign in front of the bar on Fairhaven Road said, "If the Pirates lose, you win." The promotion called for a discount of a nickel off a pitcher of beer after every loss by the Pirates, who haven't had a winning season since 1992.


So let me get this straight… the Pirates are urging fans to boycott an honest establishment, during these down economic times, because the bar had a tongue-in-cheek promotion of the baseball team's woeful ineptitude? Pittsburgh is coming dangerously close to the Dykstra Zone.

– As we originally told you about, like, a year ago, the Mets began paying Bobby Bonilla $1.2 million a year yesterday. In 1999, Bonilla agreed to defer $6 million in salary. But thanks to interest and inflation, he is now owed close to $30 million. The Amazin' Mets, folks.

– Those of you who read Dan Carcillo's Tweet will probably enjoy one of his latest endorsement deals. Here's a hint: one of these sales pitches is real. The other? Not so much.

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Your Morning Carts: I Went to Chester to See Becks, But Becks Wasn’t There Edition!

Kyle Scott - May 13, 2011


Ah yes, summer must be near. The flowers are in bloom, the sun cradles itself above the horizon just a moment longer each night, and the Flyers continue their run to the Eastern Conference Finals are out on the town at an MLS game in Chester. It’s a beautiful thing, the turn of the seasons.

Here we find Carts and Co. taking in the Union-Galaxy match at PPL Park on Wednesday. Surely the gang was disappointed that David Beckham didn’t journey east for the tilt. I mean, look at that attire – Ed Hardy is reporting supply chain problems with 50/50 blended-cotton – that wasn’t for the fine folks of Chester. I see the planning going down Ocean’s Eleven style in an abandoned warehouse somewhere:

Carts: Did you see Becks at the Royal Wedding? We gotta look our best. Whaddya got?

Leino: Jason Mraz hat. 

Carts: Oh that’s so Timberlake of you. Richie?

Richie: I just had surgery this morning, I’ll be wearing a sling. They’ll never suspect a thing. Poet!

Carts: Excellent, one-armed bandit routine. You lead.

Leino: Should I bring my sniper rifle?

Carts: What? No. Who brought this guy? We’re there to impress Becks.

Richie: … Oh… I thought we were killing Panaccio.

Carts: Fuckin… What about you, Claude?

Giroux: If you think I’m wearing anything other than a backwards New Era cap, you’re out of your fucking mind.

Car Bomb: I’ll just look lost.

Carts: Perfect. I have my trusty white slim-fit. My friend here has Ray-Bans and a metro sweater. 

Random Friend: Seriously, I don't care what happens. I don't care if we kill someone.


Either that, or Carts had been sexting with the female usher in section 106. Yeah, probably that. Onward. 


Here we see the gang sauntering into PPL Park. The kid in the Cliff Lee jersey has just been struck with the wafting scent of Carter’s newly-purchased True Religion jeans. The locals are suspicious. Soon after, Carter Team Six finds itself being funneled through with the masses. The mission has officially hit its first snag.

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