2. The Twitter Ranter
This person should not have access to social media after games. He/she strings together an essay’s worth of profanity-laced rants on Twitter or Facebook, without a single care of repercussions.
The words typed are coming from pure emotion. You know the feeling, but you can’t help but cringe a little bit at some of the words. You’re seeing swear words that you didn’t know existed, from someone you thought was relatively sane. This hate is usually directed at one of three parties: the refs, the goalie, or Brad Marchand.
Bonus points if it is coming from someone unexpected:
“Sorry little Jenny, your aunt Caroline went on a bit of a rage bender there. Best not repeat any of that to your friends at school.”
The Twitter ranter is fun for his or her friends, as they give everyone quotes for life. When Carey Price is keeping the Canadiens alive in a playoff series, you can go back and pull up all the hate-tweets about Price and send them to the group chat. Mean, but deserving.