FreeCandy44 wrote:Personally i think weve all become extremely spoiled by success. Stanley cups aside....
IanMoran wrote:Not trying to be a Debbie downer, just curious if anyone else is noticing this? Pens have always been the team I followed the most, but idk what it is this season I find myself just not tuning into some games, not wasting my time on Internet looking up penguin related things, etc..
Maybe it's the fact the pirates were so exciting or that playoffs are a foregone conclusion for the pens... Idk
Anyone else experiencing the same?
JeffDFD wrote:I think it has to do with each individual person and what is going on in your life when it is this early in the season. I have had some stressful times recently so relaxing and watching the games has been great so I am enjoying that more than usual.
I think it also has to do with the pace/schedule compared to last year. Last year not only were the games more important, but they were so often. TWO DAYS OFF IN BETWEEN GAMES THIS YEAR?!! What the heck?
DontToewsMeBro wrote:FreeCandy44 wrote:Personally i think weve all become extremely spoiled by success. Stanley cups aside....
I think this is a big part of it. Hard to get up for games in November when you're looking toward June.
I'll never be jaded about watching Crosby play the game of hockey.
DontToewsMeBro wrote:I'm actually more interested in the trajectory of Crosby's season than the W/Ls in the regular season.
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