Jim wrote:Didn't they do that when it was 6-4 Detroit, before Staals last two goals? At that time Staal was not a difference maker.
Andrew wrote:Let's see
Budweiser is the sponsor of the "Difference Maker" of the Game.
Budweiser wants people to see this advertisement.
More people tend to watch the game while it is ongoing rather than after it's over (who would have thought).
figure the rest out on your own
Andrew wrote:Your welcome. Sometimes people don't think about things and miss the obvious. I hope it makes sense now.
There is absolutely no point in declaring a 'player of the game', or whatever they want to call it when there is still a large portion of the game left to play
Andrew wrote:There is absolutely no point in declaring a 'player of the game', or whatever they want to call it when there is still a large portion of the game left to play
I don't know man. I mean, the commentators were professional hockey players themselves. If anybody could make that judgment, I think they could. You should probably just trust them and go with what they say.
Andrew wrote:see post #6 for clarification regarding what I think.
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