Dynamo Dominant, But Are They a....
Dynasty. Aside from Miami Vice, no other show encapsulated the 80's better or captured your stirrup-pants wearing mother's attention more….except for Falcon Crest maybe. It had it all; Linda Evans in shoulder pads, Diahann Carroll with one of the best 'guess-who's-coming-to-dinner' roles since the film "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?" and Heather Locklear at her 80's hot, huge-hair finest.
People are starting to call the Dynamo a dynasty. Unfortunately for all you Fiero-driving, 80's glory-seeking fans, Houston doesn’t have Heather Locklear & co. on the payroll. But they do have Dwayne DeRosario, Eddie Robinson and Dominc Kinnear who are the only members of the club to have all four rings from the San Jose era and the last 2 seasons. Is three people enough to call this club a dynasty? Or is it not about the personnel but the number of times won in a time period?
I'm sort of on the fence about it. On one hand they are essentially the same club and have undergone the same amount of turnover that any team would, relocated or not. On the other hand though 2 seasons passed between titles, which throws the consistency element out of the window.
Chime in on this because the topic of dynasties in sports is always a good one for bringing forth a wealth of opinions.