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06-11-2004, 07:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Gags1288
The flyers fans do that as well during the playoffs. It's difficult to be excited and create a playoff atmosphere during regular season games with little meaning. After a goal is scored in the playoffs against the flyers, the crowd immedietly gets into it and trys to get the team going. It's been that way for quite a few years.
You say they have little meaning but that was the difference between playing the Isles and Habs or the Devils and Leafs. The regular season games are just as important as playoff games now.

Im just struck by the lack of atmosphere and passion at a lot of games. Its totally different here, for example, a team was 5-0 down and they got a song going for a good 15-20 minutes non stop. I suppose its just an example of cultural differences.

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