The Flyers called up Tyrell Goulbourne last week, and it took just one look at social media to see the divided reaction of the fanbase.
NHL 15 was a disaster.
There’s an audible “let’s go,” they start moving, and the crowd gets louder, as the players leave the tunnel and skate out on to the ice.
It’s extremely rare for a goalie to score, but when it does happen, it probably means either one of two things; an empty net under near-perfect circumstances, or that the other team screwed up.
The Flyers have lost nine straight and, understandably, everyone is frustrated.
I’m a Flyers fan above all else, but I can say this with full confidence: if it weren’t for the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim – two players on their team more specifically – I wouldn’t be nearly as big of a hockey fan as I am now.
The Atlanta Thrashers never seemed to be able to find their footing.
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.
“How often do you expect the debut guy to score four goals?”
Disney was done with hockey. The Ducks needed new branding.