Thursday, June 05, 2008
Thankfully it's over. Detroit nabs their 4th cup in 11 years by ousting the Pittsburgh Crosbyites in six games.
I do admit to watching the last two games because I always like to see Lord Stanley's trophy taken out and presented....(Not that there's anything wrong with that), but I found last night especially a ho-hum, lack lustre affair.
Maybe because I had no vested interest in the teams playing, but I found the Super Bowl exciting and I didn't care who won there either.
No...something seems amiss with the fastest game on ice. Could it be the lack of animosity between teams who play each other only once or twice a year?
Why do you think the first round of the playoffs is always the most intense?