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Stanley Cup 2010: Philadelphia Flyers Hold Heads High Despite Biased Announcers

June 10th, 2010
Jeremy Roenick. What a biased job of calling a game. Frankly, I am surprised he did not need a cigarette after each Blackhawks goal.  He ruined a great game for many of us. What happened to fair and balanced? He was also a Flyer during his career—NBC went out ...

NHL Playoffs: Flyers Do It Again with Confidence, Superstition, and Goaltending

June 4th, 2010
The Philadelphia Flyers won at home, again. I waited until the horn sounded and I knew we drew first blood to walk into the family room. However, once there was only a one goal lead, I told Jeff I had to leave the room to save the game.  I hit the potty ...

Flyers Win at Home: My Superstition Worked, What Are Your Superstitions?

June 3rd, 2010
Newsflash!  I take full credit for the Flyers overtime win last night!  Why you ask?  Because I decided to turn off the game once the Blackhawks were ahead to save the day .  This sounds ridiculous but it works for the Phillies, Eagles, and now Flyers (I doubt even ...

Flyers Romp Again and Get More Voter Support Than Any Candidate

May 19th, 2010
Yesterday was PA's Primary Day. I chose to spend my rainy day at the polls dressed for a game rather than any particular party. It was fun and amazing to see people (who normally would not look at me and disregard me due to Party affiliation) stop in the ...

Flyers’ Game One a Shutout and a Thing of Beauty

May 17th, 2010
I watched an entire game with confidence last night - wow!  First time this season there were no nerves, no flipping channels and walking away not to jinx a close game.  The Flyers were awesome.  I previously stated that rest between series might stop the team's adrenaline from pumping and ...