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

June 3rd, 2010 by Judy Davidson Leave a reply »
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 my superstitions could save the Sixers).

The Flyers were awarded the game's first advantage when Chicago forward Marian Hossa was called for slashing, and Philadelphia cashed in on the back end of the two-minute minor.  I decided that was a good omen and watched through half of the second period. 

Then my "eeky" feeling started.  I sent Jeff to watch the remainder of the game on the 63" TV  (less you think he was banished and could not see the puck).  I had the 57" in the bedroom and began flipping channels, Flyers to News and back again.  Flyers to Food Network and back again.  Once the score was tied the TV went off and to save the game I went to sleep.  Once again I proved that I actually do have power over the outcome of a team. 

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