Talk about a sore loser.  Washington Capitals head coach Bruce Boudreau didn't take the Capitals loss to the Rangers very well and took it out on the building they play in and the fans that occupy it.

It's playoff time in the NHL and things are getting pretty competitive.  The NY Rangers are back in the playoffs and after their game three win over the higher seeded Washington Capitals, they may be showing some new life.  On Sunday they beat Washington 3-2, something that didn't sit very well with caps coach Bruce Boudreau.

I know that no one likes losing but this guy is kind of picking a fight with the wrong crowd if you ask me.  After the game he went on a Washington DC radio station and totally bashed some of the most hallowed ground in sports and it's fans.  A ballsy move if you ask me.  We know how New York sports fans can get, and they will not be letting this slide.

Well, the one thing, its reputation is far better than the actual building. I mean, it's nothing. The locker rooms are horrible. The benches are horrible. There's no room for anything. But the reputation of being in Madison Square Garden is what makes it famous. Also, our building's a lot louder, too. So I mean, they can say what they want, but it's not that loud in there.

-Bruce Boudreau

The Capitals still lead the series 2-1, but game four is back at MSG on Wednesday night. I can only guess that the fans will be particularly loud.  I have no idea what Boudreau was talking about either because the Garden is one of the loudest places to watch a game or see a concert.  I think part of it's jealousy and part of it is him being a bad loser.  Either way, I think the Rangers will go out an win game 4 tomorrow just to spite this idiot.