Video: Tremendous Flyers Montage to Get You Ready for the Playoffs

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  1. fan-fucking-tastic video. songs aight they picked it cause of the lyrics. LESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS GOOOOOOOOOOOOO! go flyers.

  2. cool video…HOWEVER..please explain how u can create a montage of the big moments from last year’s playoff run and NOT have Simon Gagne’s game 7 powerplay goal? or have anything about the most remarkable comeback in history?….

  3. Thanks, Laddie. They do.
    Here’s what’s getting me pumped, “Comeback – History Will Be Made.”:
    http://video.nhl.com/videocenter/console?catid=1083&id=104483
    I believe that has Gagne’s goal one of the commenters above requested.
    “What if Richie didn’t play like Clarkie? – History Will Be Made.”:
    http://video.nhl.com/videocenter/console?id=70592
    Yall can do the Google for morsies:
    http://www.google.com/search?num=100&hl=en&safe=off&rlz=1B3WZPB_enUS312US312&tbm=vid&q=%22history+will+be+made%22+flyers&aq=f&aqi=g9g-m1&aql=&oq=
    I’m also watching HBO’s “Broad Street Bullies” that I’ve saved on my DVR for about a year since they’ve premiered it.
    I’m also watching “Classic” Flyers games that are in the NHL GameCenter “vault”.
    That is all.

  4. It’s Adele singing “Rolling in the Deep”. I got through enough to identify the song then gave up on the rest.

  5. I swear I tear up every time I see the “What if Richie didn’t play like Clarkie” History Will Be Made commercial. Damn I love this team way too much… and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

  6. I still tear up watching different commercials and montages from last year. We can do this, Flyers! And also, if you do not, I imagine Lavs in a rage jumping that bench and wanting to kill you all.

  7. Thank you. With heart. We heard it often in Tohoku. From neighbors to friends, family to strangers, survivors to officials, evacuees to volunteers, the lost to the found, an old man on a bike to me. It meant so much. A little word. As recipients sometimes it was just too harrowing, and much too sad to hear. Too big a concept for was what ultimately such a small gesture. Too much for those who had lost so much to have to thank people for a natural response. And we all understood that. On some level I just wish I wasn’t there, wish that we never had to meet. Wishing away waves and sorrow and polite, grateful, deep tear-driven thanks. But that is not the case. Sadly wishing doesn’t make it so. The effort however in helping, assisting, reaching out, simply connecting with this serial catastrophe equally deserves a voice.

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