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

June 10th, 2010 by Judy Davidson Leave a reply »
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 of their way to screw this one up. 

Jonesy (Keith Jones) on Versus did a much better job calling the game, speaking with the players and was quite fair in spite of being a former Flyer.

I left the game in the middle of the third period and shortly after, I heard the horn and the game was tied at three. My streak of leaving to allow the team to score stands.

We Flyers fans are proud. We might not have had a date with Lord Stanley, but the Flyers made history this playoff season. They came from 29th place during the regular season to the Stanley Cup Finals as a seven seed. Along the way they made history being only the fourth team (in any sport) to come back and win a series when down by three games to zip when they put the Bruins away!


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