Spoink wrote:You could have heard a pin drop at the start of the
game. This was very inappropriate .. weird, actually .. after
the Pens had such an exciting win over the Rangers, and
had started out 2-1, and with a huge upside ahead for this team
under Shero's leadership, and with Malkin getting ready to make his debut after the injury, etc.
That ridiculously-quiet crowd at the very *beginning*
established a weird, negative vibe in the building .. and
it must have affected the team somewhat.
Incredibly inappropriate and bizarre crowd reaction.
But this has been seen before. This isn't really a new phenomenon.
Pittsburgh's psychology can be really strange.
I think part of this lack of crowd-support is the stupid old
"worried about R Stillers" syndrome .. especially on autumn Saturday
nights (before 'duh Stillers' games, of course). I am so sick
and tired of this. Come on, yunzers .. get behind your hockey team !!!
It's almost as if people around Pittsburgh think that showing support and enthusiasm for the Penguins during October through December, is "insulting the Steelers". What a syndrome. Hey, yunzers .. get out of the 'R Stillers' syndrome. It's__REALLY OK__to get excited about the Penguins during "football season". It really is .. !!! Try it for once.
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