By Mike SagerAssociated PressMarch 12, 2019 07:30AMWhen the NHL finally makes the playoffs, there’s going to be a lot of drama.
A lot of people will be watching the Stanley CUP FINAL.
I am not one of those people.
I’m not a hockey fan.
But I have a lot more to say about this Stanley Cup Final than I do about my own team.
For starters, the NHL has been through a lot since the first Stanley Cup.
It’s been a lot longer than anyone expected.
The Stanley Cup Playoffs are the second longest in the history of the league.
It took five years for the league to get its first Stanley cup.
The league also hasn’t been able to get the fans excited about a Stanley Cup Finals in quite a while.
In fact, last season, the Stanley Cups only won three games.
But it was only the third time the Cup Finals have been held at home.
When I first started playing hockey in the late 1970s, I was not a fan of the NHL.
But as I started watching the league in the mid-2000s, it became a favorite of mine.
The NHL has always been popular, but it has also been a tough sell.
The Stanley Cup has always represented something to me, something that I’ve always believed in.
I grew up watching the World Cup in the early 1980s, and I grew to love watching it.
I had so many great memories playing with my parents, and watching the Cup when we were younger was always a treat.
In fact, I played hockey on a Sunday night.
But there were always hockey games on TV.
The most memorable of those was the 1978-79 season, when I was 17 years old and scored the winner against the Edmonton Oilers in the Cup Final.
When it came time to make my first trip to the Stanley Finals, I didn’t have much money to go out to the rink.
I wanted to make sure I could afford to go to every game.
But my parents couldn’t get their money together to pay for the flights to the games.
So, I had to come up with a solution.
I called a few friends in my hometown and we all came up with ways we could donate money to help cover the cost of a trip.
I think we all knew we were going to get into trouble.
We were all trying to make ends meet, but there were people out there who were going too far.
I don’t think anyone knew what we were getting into.
We were supposed to fly from my hometown in Pennsylvania to Dallas.
But we couldn’t go.
The airline had an extra seat reserved for our flight.
I told my mother that I would take the seat in the front row.
And she said, “Well, you’ll probably be fine.”
I was in tears.
I said, ‘I’ll be fine, but you’re going to have to wait a few more days for that seat.’
“I thought, “OK, we’ll see.
“We sat in that seat for about five hours.
I didn, too.
The plane landed in Dallas and we were on our way.
I was able to catch my flight the next day.
It was a good week.
I got home from Dallas and was able with a little bit of help from my friends to help out with some groceries.
I was able at that time to afford to take the next flight, and that flight was from San Diego to Los Angeles.
I ended up being able to go back to Philadelphia for the playoffs and be able to watch a few games with my friends.
But after those five games, I wasn’t able to take another flight.
So, I went back to Philly, took the next plane to New York, and flew home to Philadelphia.
I didn’t want to miss the Stanley Final.
It was my first time.
It would be my last.
So I was looking forward to it, and just being able for the first time to see it.
That’s what it felt like for me.
I had been to every NHL game, and it was just a blast.
It didn’t get any better than that.
I would go to the arenas and watch games and have a blast, and then when the games were over, I would just sit in the bleachers and watch the games with friends and family.
But, the night of the Stanley playoffs, it was different.
I knew that there was going to come a point where the NHL couldn’t continue playing.
They had to sell tickets, and the owners had to cut back on television deals and the playoffs had to go on.
I thought to myself, “Oh, well, at least I’m not missing this.”
I knew that I had a few options.
One was to take my money and go to a team that I knew was going in the wrong direction.
And that was the New Jersey Devils.
My family was going through some tough