Tuesday, July 7, 2015

NHL commercial: 'What if Broad Street didn't fight back?'

The NHL has had a series of great commercials during this playoffs. The slogan, 'History will be made," was never as true as it was Friday night when the Flyers completed their improbable comeback against the Bruins.

NHL commercial: 'What if Broad Street didn't fight back?'

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The NHL has had a series of great commercials during this playoffs.  The slogan, 'History will be made," was never as true as it was Friday night when the Flyers completed their improbable comeback against the Bruins.

It didn't take long for the NHL to release a new commercial to commemorate the Flyers' monumental victory.  Here is the video below.  Enjoy.

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