As the horn sounded an obnoxious ring to end the game, the greatest amount of anger I have ever experienced surged through my veins. I was left standing in disbelief. “That scoreboard cannot be true,” I thought to myself. “This game did not just happen.” As I shook my aching skull several times to awake from my awe-induced coma, the harsh reality of the loss in Game Six of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals between the Flyers and Penguins settled in. The Flyers had just blown a three-goal lead in an elimination game on home ice. Unbelievable. I had always proclaimed this to be a good hockey team. How in the world could this have happened? A team contending for a Stanley Cup, arguably the greatest treasure in the sporting world, would never have let th ...
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