Oskar Lindblom played a Stanley Cup playoff game. From the moment the announcement was made that Oskar Lindblom would be in the lineup for Game Six, I did not have the words to express the joy I felt. I had been transformed from a grown woman who normally had too many words, back to the … Continue reading Miracle 2020: The Oskar Lindblom Story
The President's Cup winning Boston Bruins were eliminated last night. Normally I would be doing a dance of joy (OK, part of me still is), but since the Flyers face the same fate this evening, my joy is tempered. I logged into my social media accounts a bit late this morning, dreading the end of … Continue reading In Defense of Tuuka Rask, and the Flyers, too
What will it take for the Flyers to get a little respect?
The last time the Flyers won a playoff series was in the 2011-12 season. I have heard that sentence, or some variant of it, so many times since the 2020 playoffs started that I have lost count. If it were a drinking game, I would spend my days and nights comfortably numb. I have also … Continue reading Have a Little Faith
My hatred of Gary Bettman is well known, so much so that I am sure my friends are considering that I have suffered a serious head injury. I am not a fan of anything Bettman has done to the NHL, at least up until Covid 19 shut the NHL down. Why do I hate Gary … Continue reading Thank You Gary Bettman
The Flyers opened training camp this week, and there will be live Flyers hockey on my television in under two weeks. I feel just like a kid before Christmas. Tonight I am watching one of the last few Flyers ‘rewinds’, the game in Montreal played on November 30th. While I didn’t watch this game live since … Continue reading The Flyers are Back!
I have been waiting for news of the NHL starting back up for months. Being able to work from home has left me able to stalk Twitter, Instagram and the NHL website more frequently. When the news broke that training camps would start on July 13th with games beginning on August 1st, I was giddy … Continue reading The Cost of Flyers Hockey in 2020
The Philadelphia Flyers Team Awards will be handed out this week. Kevin Hayes snagged the first one, picking up the Hart Memorial.
In what can only be described as the best news of 2020, the Philadelphia Flyers announced today that Oscar Lindblom is cancer free. They posted the following video of Oskar ringing the bell on the teams official Twitter. https://twitter.com/nhlflyers/status/1278742954736320512?s=21 When the Flyers win the Cup and dedicate it to Oskar, there will be a cheesey … Continue reading Oskar Lindblom is Cancer Free!
In case you were living under a rock, Oskar Lindblom joined the Flyers at the Skate Zone Tuesday for a voluntary skate. All of social media was abuzz. The well wishes and Oskar love quickly turned to debate....was it safe for Oskar to skate? Was he risking his life to be on the ice? While … Continue reading Oskar Lindblom: To Skate or Not to Skate?