HBO will air a documentary Tuesday, May 4th about the '70s championship winning Philadelphia Flyers.
Flyers chairman and founder, Ed Snider says, "HBO’s Broad Street Bullies is an excellent and well-produced documentary that portrays the evolution of the Philadelphia Flyers. It brings back many wonderful memories for me, and it uncovers some new insights into the great story of our two Stanley Cup Championship teams. We are truly honored that this part of Philadelphia Flyers history will be seen nationally on HBO. I want to personally thank producer George Roy and his talented team for this historical tribute to the Flyers."
There will be actors playing Flyers hockey greats, such as Dave “The Hammer” Schultz, Bobby Clarke, Bill Barber, Bernie Parent, Ed Van Impe, Bill Clement, Rick MacLeish, “Moose” Dupont, Bob Kelly, Joe Watson and Gary Dornhoefer.
I haven't been this excited since the first time a girl let me have sex with her, and that was 13 seconds of bliss. This news is almost as great as hearing the first time that we were Winter Classic bound!
You can count on me to be parked in front of the television when this comes on. I'll be just as giddy as my girlfriend is to watch 'Gossip Girl'.