With the Bruins frustrated lately with their poor play, Flyers need to get right in there faces and push back if Boston tries to start something early. Wish I went to this game, St. Pattys Day in Boston, ahhh yes!
3/17/1776 the day General Howe abandoned Boston and ran away to Nova Scotia. I would like to think I know more than most about American history - but I don't know much about Canadian history. Like the part that explains why Toronto local news has a story on the British royals every damn night. Wierd.
And what the hell Owls???? Jesus USF suuuucks too. Frickin losing to a 12 seed and scoring 44 damn points my GOD. And I don't want to hear all this crap about how great the USF defense is.
Canada is still a constitutional monarchy. While the Prime Minister of Canada leads the government in practice, the formal head of state is the Governor-General, who is the queen's representative in Canada.
To summarize U.S. / Canadian history with respect to British rule, you guys were the rebellious teen who stormed out of the family home after a lots of shouting and furniture tossing. We were the 28-year-old living in the basement who were told, "Son, we love you, but isn't it time for you to be out on your own?"
Even more perplexing, the Flyers have enormous difficulties winning early-afternoon games and it just so happens they’ll play at 1 p.m. Saturday against the struggling Bruins and 12:30 p.m. on Sunday against the hottest team in the NHL -- the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The Flyers are just 3-8-1 in games that start between 1-3 p.m. That’s not reassuring.
The Pens’ game is the first 12:30 p.m. start all year and it could determine whether the Flyers regain the fourth-seed over Pittsburgh and move closer to the sliding Rangers, who still occupy the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference.