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Jaromir Jagr didn’t want to wait for an offer from Philly

Aug 3, 2012, 2:28 PM EDT

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Many Philly fans were left feeling sad about seeing Jaromir Jagr leave the team to sign a one-year deal with the Dallas Stars.

According to Pavel Lysenkov of SovSport, via Dmitry Chesnokov at Yahoo! Sports, Jagr wanted badly to stick around for another year in Philadelphia… He just didn’t want to wait out the summer for a new contract offer.

“I really liked it in Philadelphia, I wanted to stay there. But the Flyers started hunting for the big players on the market — Zach Parise, Ryan Suter. They needed some money under the cap and they said ‘Wait a little, Jaromir…’ And I didn’t want to wait. This is when Dallas came through.”

Dallas came through all right with a one-year, $4.5 million deal for the future Hall Of Famer. For what it’s worth Flyers fans, Jagr leaves Philly with a special feeling for the team.

“I have never seen a team like the Flyers. Everyone keeps together. Players understand the coach immediately. The year was such that there was nothing to complain about. We played some wonderful hockey. Just remember the series against Pittsburgh in the first round.”

One final jab at the Penguins, of course.

If the Hockey Hall of Fame were like the Baseball Hall of Fame, Jagr might go in as a Flyer just to spite them once and for all.

  1. lostpuppysyndrome - Aug 3, 2012 at 2:35 PM

    Baaahahahaa. Jarotroll Jagr. Nice.

  2. chubbedjox - Aug 3, 2012 at 2:37 PM

    Who even cares about this 100 yr old St. Barnabus resident. He did nothing and hasnt won anything since he was with The Franchise during our domination in the 90’s. Go bak to hole u came from

    • anarchist9027 - Aug 3, 2012 at 3:36 PM

      For real tho, Jagr is like a sleeze, he will go to who ever is willing to give him as much money as he thinks he’s worth. Im surprised that old dinosaur can still skate let alone score goals

    • flyersgoalscoredby88 - Aug 3, 2012 at 3:43 PM

      You could say the same exact sentence about Lemieux…he won nothing after those teams.

  3. murtdurt - Aug 3, 2012 at 2:45 PM

    Remember that time the flyers beat the penguins for the cup? Yea me neither

    -1975

    • flyersgoalscoredby88 - Aug 3, 2012 at 3:35 PM

      Not really possible under the current system. In 1975 the Flyers and Pens would have faced one another had the Pens not blown a 3 game lead on the Islanders.

  4. crayzeeguy - Aug 3, 2012 at 2:49 PM

    Remember the time the Flyers signed a concussion prone, nancy boy prima donna to a franchise crippling contract? Me either…

    • urineidiot - Aug 3, 2012 at 2:56 PM

      Are u talking about Pronger?

      • m1k3g - Aug 3, 2012 at 8:43 PM

        Naw dude…. Lindros.

  5. bruin63 - Aug 3, 2012 at 2:58 PM

    why do pens fans always say 1975? Seriously. Is that all you can say? I am not a Philly fan nor will i ever be. In fact i hate the Flyers. But if that’s all you can say then shut your trap. Philly has a great loyal fan base and should be what all american fan bases look up to. They don’t need cups to keep them happy. They just want to watch good old time hockey. So shut your traps pens fans.

    • chizmo - Aug 3, 2012 at 3:08 PM

      it’s funny to say 1975 because philly panties get all up in a bunch. flyers fans on these boards talk just as much trash. not okay to say 1975, but it’s just fine to constantly whine about how big of a whiner crosby and the entire pens management team are?

      maybe we could make it more positive and say “2009” from now on. remembering the last time the pens won a cup.

      who says shut your trap?

      • modogg42 - Aug 4, 2012 at 2:05 AM

        You guys are too good sometimes. The only reason you guys got to the cup in ’09 is because your team was so pitiful for years you had 3 top picks in the draft in a row. Your attendance was horrendous so you almost lose the team as well, but if your team was not such a disaster to be the worst team in the league for so many years, you wouldn’t have been able to cherry-pick and actually have a team with talent now.

        Too bad we all saw last year that the best days are behind the Penguins.

    • mmmpierogi - Aug 3, 2012 at 3:17 PM

      @bruins63

      What? It definitely goes both ways — Flyers fans are just as quick to run their mouths about Crosby and to spit up tired remarks about concussions and crybaby behavior. If you follow these and other boards at all, you know this — both fanbases have their stereotypical remarks that people tend to go to when they don’t want to think of anything more creative. If it bothers you that much, then skip the comments or go read about the Bruins.

      • urineidiot - Aug 3, 2012 at 3:25 PM

        its a Pa. thing, stay out of it…….

    • miketoasty - Aug 3, 2012 at 3:24 PM

      What do you say every time you see a Habs or Maple Leafs fan? Yea that’s how it feels for a Pens fan to talk about a Flyers fan and visa verse I’m sure.

  6. bruin63 - Aug 3, 2012 at 3:23 PM

    You can’t go through an article about the Flyers without hearing 1975 from some pens fan. From what i saw in the playoffs Flyers fans have every right to call pens cheap and wimpy because they are. Not all of the pens just crosby, neal, letang, cooke, and sometimes malkin. I have nothing against pen fans so don’t take it that way.

    • urineidiot - Aug 3, 2012 at 3:26 PM

      1975!

      • flyersgoalscoredby88 - Aug 3, 2012 at 3:36 PM

        that time it was kinda funny.

      • urineidiot - Aug 3, 2012 at 4:11 PM

        see, pens fans and flyers fans agree every once in a while.

    • claysbar - Aug 3, 2012 at 3:45 PM

      Ok, let’s say your right, the Pen’s are cheap….The Flyer’s still haven’t won a Cup since 1975. The Pen’s are cheap is an opinion. 1975 is a fact. One playoff series doesn’t make a team cheap nor does nearly forty years of a Cup drought make a team losers. You as a Bruin’s fan know this firsthand.

      • millertime30 - Aug 3, 2012 at 3:57 PM

        indeed. the Bruins put in hard work day and night to earn their cheap reputation.

  7. habsman - Aug 3, 2012 at 3:27 PM

    Bruin fan critiquing another fan base. That a hoot. Stick to your own scumbag, racist fan base.

    Tell Carl Crawford that Joel Ward says Hi!

    • lordfletcher - Aug 3, 2012 at 5:13 PM

      coming from a fan who’s city law enforcement investigated Chara on a hockey play. That’s a hoot

  8. flyersgoalscoredby88 - Aug 3, 2012 at 3:37 PM

    Why don’t I see any stories about Lokomotiv returning from the MHL to the KHL this year on PHT today? It’s a great story!

  9. georgia166 - Aug 3, 2012 at 3:45 PM

    LOL.. Do Pens fans actually believe in their own minds that they have been the better, more stable franchise since both them and the Flyers have been around? ….. think again. The Flyers have literally OWNED the Pens and have both gooned up and physically beat them to a pulp many more times over then that little small-time display of “headhunting” that Asham and Neal and even that Career Minor Leaguer Joe Vitale tried last year. That was nothing compared to what some of the Flyer’s antics have been like in past years… those nancy boys in the black and gold would have shyt their diapers if this happened even 10 years back .

    • claysbar - Aug 3, 2012 at 3:51 PM

      Joe Vitale is 26 years old. Has been a pro since 2009. Career minor leaguer? Really?

    • chizmo - Aug 3, 2012 at 4:07 PM

      sooooo, we complain about our rivals whining, then complain about them being “cheap”, then complain that they are hurting our wrists, and then complain that they don’t deserve a bully-type reputation, then call them whiners at the end?

      we also champion our ability to headhunt, while calling the others headhunters. also, some of us make tasteless concussion jabs while our top d-man is sidelined, possibly forever, with debilitating post-concussion symptoms.

      we are the flyers, we are 1975!

    • urineidiot - Aug 3, 2012 at 4:13 PM

      do u remember when the pens and the flyers met in the 09′ playoffs? I think the pens won that one on the way to their 3rd cup.

  10. bruin63 - Aug 3, 2012 at 4:27 PM

    Yes the bruins are racist. that’s why they took subban instead of Hoser. and that’s why we had o ree. get your facts straight before you comment.

    • chazxcore - Aug 3, 2012 at 4:31 PM

      He said your fan base not the team itself. The Pen’s fanbase is just as bad…did you see those twitter comments about Simmonds but then again, I think every fanbase is full of knuckle heads, if you are fortunate enough to have a fan base.

    • jimeejohnson - Aug 5, 2012 at 9:29 PM

      The Bruins are not racist, but their are lowlife losers in every fanbase.

      • jimeejohnson - Aug 5, 2012 at 9:30 PM

        Grammar Police alert: improper use of there/their.

  11. blackhawkslove - Aug 3, 2012 at 4:30 PM

    The only reason the pens exist is because of the gracious soul of Mario Lemieux. Without him, you would be a Canadian team. So I wouldn’t mock the flyers, cause they’ve never been bankrupt

    • freneticgarfieldfan - Aug 3, 2012 at 6:34 PM

      because of the gracious soul of Mario, because he’s so much of a garage leage lover ;-)

  12. chazxcore - Aug 3, 2012 at 4:35 PM

    Okay, can we get back on subject instead of comparing penis size?

    I think the Flyers offered Jagr a contract but he wanted the most money he could get. If he REALLY wanted to stay with the Flyers he would have waited a few weeks and got his new contract offer. He didn’t care about winning another championship. He didn’t care about team chemistry. He cared about the money and that is all. Maybe he needs the money?

  13. bruin63 - Aug 3, 2012 at 4:41 PM

    jagr was not offered anything. why would he wait after a offer for four million.

    • chazxcore - Aug 3, 2012 at 6:13 PM

      He was offered contracts by like 20+ teams. I am sure either the Flyers said “Please wait a week or two” or “Here is a one year, $3.5 million deal” and he said “Dallas offered me $4.5″ and the Flyers said “Enjoy Dallas!”

  14. scaisunstoppable - Aug 3, 2012 at 4:52 PM

    trashadelphia is the worst city in america, it reeks of sewer smell and they are so jealous of soup can sid they even made wine for him. they only wish they had the great one!!!! hahaha UNSTOPPABLE

    • holeecowman - Aug 4, 2012 at 9:13 AM

      as you say the great one i hope you mean gretzky right if not just goes to show how long the ice chicken fans have been around 6-7 yrs unfaithful fan base the great wears 99 not 87 you idiot god will these so called hockey fans in pittsburgh get some knowledge of the game before spewing out of their mouths smh oh yea as i said previously 1975 wooo hooo i love it ice chicken fans keep it coming as for unstoppable yea right not only were they stopped in the 2012 playoffs they were ran over by the orange line while being head hunted and having their knees taking out by the sca lol

      • tk1966 - Aug 6, 2012 at 1:50 PM

        Holy run-on sentence Batman! Try a punctuation mark once in a while (and the shift key while you’re at it). You sound like the incoherent ramblings of a basement-dwelling-mouth-breather writing his final manifesto.

  15. feva4theflava - Aug 3, 2012 at 5:05 PM

    What’s the article about again?

  16. imprintmatt - Aug 3, 2012 at 5:19 PM

    Plain and simple i was glad the penguins kept their franchise in Pitt because I love the rivalry but I must just say this one thing. The penguins won cups simply because of the best player to ever play the game Lemieux and his counterpart in jagr. But if you look you trash talk one of the two most important players in your franchises history to me thats garbage he gave you his best years and brought cups to Pitt. You should be thankful. Back to the keeping your franchise… Guess who never had and never will have to worry about losing theirs that’s right flyers fans because we have a loyal fan base that is never just a fair weather franchise we will be there stars or not unlike Pittsburgh… Take crybaby and “the ghost” (thanks coots) Malkin off their team and the franchise would flop because the fans wouldn’t show up. Talk all the smack you want but that 74-75 flyers squad you often reference would whoop any penguins team. You will never see a team that great so keep saying 75 I’m proud of it! Then again it takes true fans of the game to recognize greatness when you see it an that’s coming from a flyers fan who’s favorite player in history was Lemieux and who wore 66 as a defenseman when he played. So tired of fans who only wish they could have the passion of the orange and black. U try but fail

    • sportsfreak13 - Aug 3, 2012 at 5:43 PM

      The last word in your rant sums up it perfect. FAIL. Pittsburgh population 500,000. Philly population 2.3 million. Big market vs small yet the small market team has more cups. Pittsburgh always been a football town (6 Lombardi’s) and it took awhile for hockey to become popular here because Steelers were always #1 but when it did the fans have been loyal. Over 3 years of consecutive sellouts ( regular season and playoffs) but hey I guess that’s just fair weather fan #’s huh.

    • mmmpierogi - Aug 3, 2012 at 6:04 PM

      I’ve posted this remark countless times before. To bruins83, this is another tired Philly fan remark without any basis.

      “Guess who never had and never will have to worry about losing theirs that’s right flyers fans because we have a loyal fan base that is never just a fair weather franchise we will be there stars or not unlike Pittsburgh… Take crybaby and “the ghost” (thanks coots) Malkin off their team and the franchise would flop because the fans wouldn’t show up.”

      Go look at attendance rates over the past 15-20 years; the information is readily available if you search on Google. Over that time period, the Pens have had one year of really low attendance — I believe 2003-04 — and one or two other “low” years. Aside from that, attendance is over much of the time has frequently been on par with Boston, Washington, NJ, etc. This was the case *before* Crosby, Malkin, MAF, etc. showed up, and it’s the case now. There *has* been an increase in attendance over the past couple of years; however, the Penguins are now in a larger facility than they were previously (Civic/Mellon arena was the third smallest facility in the NHL when it closed in 2010; I believe Consol holds about 3000-4000 more). (Note also that the Flyers have always played in facilities that have larger capacity than the Penguins, as well.)

      Furthermore, while attendance rates have fluctuated somewhat over time in a normative sense (i.e., relative to other teams’ attendance), you’ll also note in that almost *all* teams’ attendance rates fluctuate over time. From what I recall, the only three teams with really consistent attendance over the past 15 years were Montreal, Philly, and Detroit. This is not surprising given the size of the markets and the history of hockey and culture of hockey in these towns (namely Montreal and Detroit). Given that, if you’re going to lob the “fairweather” comment at Penguins fans, I suppose you’ll have to lob it at all other teams’ fanbases, as well. Your argument is baseless.

  17. scaisunstoppable - Aug 3, 2012 at 5:27 PM

    imprintmatt, guess you werent that good at hockey i guess? lol probably cus u were raised in trashadelphia where they breed born losers. its a shame that ur so jaded from winning that your actually proud that your last cup was 37 years ago. and that team of.yours couldnt hold any of the franchises cup teams jocks. so crawl back into the sewer where u came from and try to realize that the real hockeytown is on the southwestern part of pa. WE OWN YOU

    • funnyman549 - Aug 3, 2012 at 5:41 PM

      I take it that your psychiatrist was totally booked today. You are a piec of what floats in the sewer that you are constantly dreaming about. Maybe your shrink can interpret that dream for you.

  18. hockinj25 - Aug 3, 2012 at 5:46 PM

    So did you guys hear that Jagr didn’t want to wait on an offer from Philly?

  19. mclovinhockey - Aug 3, 2012 at 6:20 PM

    Difference between Philly and Pitts fans

    Philly just defends their city, Pitt insults other cities

    Philly respects players who help the team win cups, pitt does not

    Philly fans talk hockey, Pitt fans just talk crap.

    There are plenty of exceptions to this rule on both sides. I have talked to some pretty smart pens fans but most of them on here just act like classless morons the entire time.

    • sportsfreak13 - Aug 3, 2012 at 6:29 PM

      calling Crosby a dirty whiner is defending your city? Sure you respect the players who helped you win the cup, mainly because those players haven’t played in 37 years let alone for their archrival. As to your last point I guess it depends on if you think the above statements are about hockey or just crap.

    • mmmpierogi - Aug 3, 2012 at 7:29 PM

      “I have talked to some pretty smart pens fans but most of them on here just act like classless morons the entire time.”

      Nice characterization. I come on here maybe 2-3 times a week, and I can give you a list of Flyer fans who act like “classless morons” just as I could with Penguin fans. The real difference is that there is one Pens fan who posts under 75 different SNs and says the same stupid garbage as well as a few other people who can’t take a hint, whereas there are hordes of different Flyer fans who all who run their mouths. Philly fans talk hockey? Please. Scroll up and down through the comments in response to this article and tell me how much real hockey-related discussion you see; this specific article/discussion isn’t unique.

      Also, your list of differences is laughable (“Philly just defends their city, Pitt insults other cities” — I literally laughed). I’ll assume that you were joking with this.

  20. 950003cups - Aug 3, 2012 at 6:23 PM

    What’s with all these Pens vs Philthy fans?

    It’s 2 front runner cities, a nonexistent city fighting with a city the whole country despises. Who live hours apart. With barely any history.

    Devils and Rangers didn’t like each other since 1992 and hated each other since 1994 with good reason. The fans live on top of each other. Some live in the same home in both states.

    I think the Devils and Flyers have more fan battles than the Pittsburgh fans do. They too live in the same houses.

    • jimeejohnson - Aug 5, 2012 at 9:26 PM

      Haters LOVE to hate.

  21. broadstbully33 - Aug 3, 2012 at 6:24 PM

    donate your cans to pitt so they can pay for their sad team. soup can food drive. dont let them go bankrupt a third time

  22. scaisunstoppable - Aug 3, 2012 at 6:28 PM

    trashadelphia is the scum of the universe. the women are ugly, the men are brainless and their economy is in the gutter. ive never seen a nastier looking city filled with the most classless human beings in the united states. its an embarassment to even think they are apart of this great country. SCA STRONG

    • funnyman549 - Aug 3, 2012 at 7:23 PM

      The Doctor will see you now.

    • chazxcore - Aug 3, 2012 at 11:47 PM

      Calling it the scum of the universe is a little strong. You haven’t seen the entire universe so thus you just don’t know and have you ever been to Detroit or Gary, Indiana?

      Some of the women are ugly but I am sure they are par with most other major cities.

      The men can’t be brainless because you can’t function without a brain. It’s just not feasible what you are suggesting. I’ve been there, the men are walking and talking just fine.

      Now with their economy, do you have any facts to back this up? From the statistic I looked at Pittsburgh has a worse crime rate and worse economy compared to Philadelphia.

  23. scaisunstoppable - Aug 3, 2012 at 6:34 PM

    u said it sportsfreak!!

  24. bruin63 - Aug 3, 2012 at 10:00 PM

    u need to see a doctor soup can.

  25. dawglb - Aug 3, 2012 at 11:51 PM

    Bruin63 is clearly one of the most reasonable people I have read in a while. These Pens fans (most who post here) can’t carry on an intelligent conversation regarding hockey. They apparently don’t know how stupid and childish they sound saying, “1975” as a come back to any Flyers related article or comment.

  26. spavs412 - Aug 4, 2012 at 8:48 AM

    I like how every flyer person here talks about bankrupt and financials like we weren’t stuck on Mellon/civic arena losing all of our money there. That place was cool but 100% impossible to profit in and that’s what it came down to. New arena or we leave ….. Love the pens tho happy to be a season ticket holder oh and I’ve seen my team in the cup finals 2 yrs in a row before with the best satisfaction of holding the cup. Oh how many flyer fans had a day with the were all season ticket holders got to go to the arena and have their pic taken with the cup center at center ice? Only the classiest franchise does that for their fans … The pens !!

    • broadstreetbeatdown - Aug 4, 2012 at 7:24 PM

      Yeah it was the stadiums fault you guys filed for bankruptcy twice and were a Malkin cheap shot away from going to Kansas City. 2003-2004 attendance average in Pit was about 11,800 and sold out just one game. What the heck does that have to do with sport venue? It looks like lack of fan support to me.

      • mmmpierogi - Aug 6, 2012 at 12:57 AM

        First, the two bankruptcies occurred for entirely different sets of reasons. Go look it up if you’re going to run your mouth — I’m not lying.

        Second, as I mentioned above with regard to the NHL, attendance rates (in *most* cities; not just Pittsburgh) fluctuate with team performance. The Steelers have been the most successful team in the NFL dating back to the merger; the Steelers are going to sell out games, because people in all cities want to see a winning team. In 2003-04, the Pens were one of the five worst teams in the NHL in terms of win-loss, and they had been inconsistent and mediocre for a years before then. Put a similarly-performing team in most other cities, and attendance is going to be low. Further, Western PA (and much of PA in general) is a historical breeding ground for football; the history with hockey is much newer.

        Bottom line: Comparing attendance for the Steelers with the Penguins is like comparing apples with spark plugs, to borrow a quote. If you’re going to make arguments, at least think for yourself — don’t just regurgitate what others say on PHT. Here’s a question — what do you think attendance for the Flyers would be like if they were in a metro area that was one-half to one-third the size and had been a middling team for half a decade. Do you really think you’d seen the number of people filing into Wells Fargo that you do?

  27. phillyphan83 - Aug 4, 2012 at 9:27 AM

    you’re too generous modog… 4 top 2 picks in 4 years…recipe for success. you forgot about Jordan staal. I just love how it was the pens and sens financial problems that led to the lockout in the first place and then they have a behind-closed-doors meeting to pick the draft order and Crosby just so happens to be given to the only NHL team to file for bankruptcy TWICE, including the previous year! you’re all naive if you think this wasn’t a set up. on the on the hand, I’m proud to support the second winningest franchise in the NHL! and one that doesn’t need a handout from the league just to be competitive.

  28. phillyphan83 - Aug 4, 2012 at 9:33 AM

    As for those 1975 comments, I bet you youngins saying that don’t realize that’s the FIRST time your team filed for bancruptcy. (2nd in Nov. ’98)

    • tk1966 - Aug 6, 2012 at 2:01 PM

      You are right – but 1975 is ancient history in the sports world. A Carlton Fisk home run, while memorable, is irrelevant in baseball today. The Steelers 2nd Superbowl victory doesn’t make them a winning franchise (the total of six does). A bankruptcy in 1975 doesn’t have any relevance to a team today. And a Stanley Cup last won in 1975 doesn’t make a team a winner or a loser.

  29. sportsfreak13 - Aug 4, 2012 at 11:12 AM

    Yet even with our history of financial woes due to the fact we are a small market team we have been able to win 3 cups sice your last 1. You do know when both city’s broke into the league in 1967 Philly was a much larger market so they had the $ to buy the good players from the teams already in existent while the pens had to settle for minor leaguers due to $ restrictions. You guys started off big and stayed big we started from barely anything and look at us now.

    • holeecowman - Aug 4, 2012 at 11:21 AM

      lmao the ice chickens are still broke and will always be a small market team just because you have ccrosby doesnt mean your big market only in big debt with him did the ice chickens ever pay off mario or did he just take on the ownership instead of being paid i wonder whos laughing mario lost money that was owed to him now he owes money nice circle of debt in ice chicken noodle soup land

  30. phillyphan83 - Aug 4, 2012 at 12:29 PM

    don’t cry about being a small market team, the Steelers have done just fine with support and revenue during that same time frame, which proves the existence of your fair-weather fanbase. it has nothing to do with the market. maybe if we constantly tanked seasons and had better draft picks, it wouldn’t have taken us this long to get another one(if our draft position wasn’t so worthless every year, Nashville never would have matched for Weber, they would’ve taken our 4 1st rd picks). all 3 of your cups came after multiple consecutive horrendous seasons allowing you multiple consecutive top draft picks(lemieux/jagr and Crosby/malkin/maf/staal). oh, and that one rigged, closed-session, secretive draft selection after the lockout your franchise was responsible for. Congrats on supporting that!

    Like I said, second winningest franchise in NHL history, were competitive every year! you guys have that envious little brother syndrome and its sad.

    • sportsfreak13 - Aug 4, 2012 at 4:59 PM

      haha I love how flyer fans call Crosby a whiner yet you flyer fans whine about rigged drafts all the time. The second wiinningest franchise with 2 cups which you got by beating your opponent till they were to banged up to play. Congrats on supporting that.!

  31. vasteelerfan - Aug 4, 2012 at 3:52 PM

    It’s nice to be competitive, but it’s much nicer to win. Saying your competitive is a rationalization for constant losers, which you guys are. The only thing possible to envy is the cheese steak, but not worth being assaulted for wearing a pens jersey. Glad to hear that 1975 angers you so much. So much hot air from Philly, but so little to brag about.. Except 1975.

  32. imprintmatt - Aug 4, 2012 at 4:11 PM

    Yet another brilliant observation from an idiot

  33. spavs412 - Aug 4, 2012 at 11:55 PM

    The old arena didnt have suits or anything like that for investors to use and what not. No corporate boxes = $00

  34. phillyphan83 - Aug 5, 2012 at 7:45 PM

    so let me get your logic straight….

    2 cups in 45 years = constant losers
    3 cups in 45 years = “The Franchise” – perennial champions and greatest team of all time

  35. vasteelerfan - Aug 5, 2012 at 8:11 PM

    Logic out of Philly? Oxymoron or what? Please 1975 was just yesterday or was it?

  36. jimeejohnson - Aug 5, 2012 at 9:24 PM

    As always, any blog involving Philly or Pittsburgh calls for a cheese steak with french fries right on top. Give peace a chance: it can be mighty tasty.

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