And for anyone who doesn’t like the goal song right now, try to keep in mind, it took some time for “DOOP!” to grow on everyone too.
The most interesting NHL storyline of the 2017-18 season has just become a little more unique.
“What I like is he’s a worker, he shows up everyday and he works at his game.”
There’s been a lot of “good” from the first five games of the Flyers’ season.
With a little luck from the hockey gods – young key players like Bowey and Barber need to stay healthy – the Bears should have another promising season ahead of them.
A weekly look at the Philadelphia Flyers, Lehigh Valley Phantoms and Hershey Bears.
For years, the number “seven” sat in the minds of every Phantoms player. That number represented the amount of years the club had been kept from the playoffs, and it was the number they were hoping to set back to “zero”. Last year, that happened.
These players all have high ceilings and may develop into top-tier NHL players, but giving them the time to develop will help their teams in the future.
Team Mullet decimated Team Mustache, gathering 91% of the votes. Now, they go on to take on Team Playoff Beard in the Final. Who will come out on top?
Goals, assists, games played, and game-winning goals are records Jagr might have (or get closer to) by the end of this season.