You dated yourself and didn't even get to first base.....Phantom Engineer
Great, now you've turned this into a fart thread of which there are of 20,000 too many already. --Mitchell
Crowfan: When you care enough to send the very best.---CBG
Crowfan and evil go together.---spicy
For the first time in about fifteen years. The Bruins might be pulling me back in after years as a disillusioned fan. I still loved the team. I have been with them for over twenty years, but I despised the owner and GM and made a clean break. Win or lose, didn't care.
Now with Cam Neely in the front office, and Don Sweeney (I only recently learned of that), much of the stink of Harry Sinden seems to have been taken off, and perhaps even a touch off Jeremy Jacobs as well. I was actually looking forward to games three and four despite being down two.
I watched tonight and enjoyed it. And not only because we won. I suddenly remembered that I still enjoy watching hockey even if I'm not current on the rule changes after the last lockout/strike/bankruptcy/whatever it was. Two line passes being OK (it seems) really throw me off.
So, I'm partially invested this time around. We'll see what Friday in Vancouver brings.
Oh, and to my buddy Artcrow, you and I are mortal enemies. At least until this series concludes. ;D
Well that really hurt but the Bruins had a playoff goaltender, we did not. They should have yanked Luongo after game 3, actually they should have yanked him in the Chicago series like I said earlier. And it goes to show, Swedes don't win you Stanley Cups, Canadian boys do and I think the Bruins had a few more. Though it pains me to say it, congrats Dave Walker, the Bruins played great.
Post by Dave Walker on Jun 19, 2011 20:17:04 GMT -5
ArtCrow and I already had our post series discussion, but I once again thank him for his graciousness. As a fan going back a long ways, but not a long time fan at this point, I defer that congratulations to the fans who, unlike me, did not abandon the team. Those fans deserve it and I salute them for sticking with the team. And quite a team it turned out to be.