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  1. Well, through 9 games, it's pretty clear that what is dogging us is the performance of our veteran leaders. The kids and players lower in the lineup are doing much better. Of course, in one sense, we are comparing apples to oranges because Couturier's line and Provorov's pairing are generally out against the opposition's top lines, but that's exactly the point. They are not getting it done at their level. While the rest of the lineup faces weaker opponents, they are holding their own and then some - there are a few who are outright dominating. Look at the attached data
  2. Ouch. That’s gonna hurt. (Can someone edit the title? I can’t) https://www.hockeybuzz.com/blog/Bill-Meltzer/Quick-Hits-JVR-Out-5-6-Weeks-Home-Opener-Eve-Prospects-Update/45/95180 1) Per Flyers general manager Ron Hextall, James van Riemsdyk will miss 5-6 weeks with the lower-body injury sustained in Saturday's game in Colorado. Jordan Weal skated in JVR's left wing spot on Mikhail Vorobyev's line at Tuesday's practice. Oskar Lindblom appears to be the player tabbed to play JVR's netfront role on the second power play unit.2) The Flyers held an 11 a.m. pract
  3. A few thoughts. 1. Call up Weal I was listening to the broadcast while doing some chores last night, and noticed them talking about the hotshot AHLer the Blues called up... can't remember his name now. He was leading the AHL in points. So, why not call up Weal? He's tearing it up, and the NHL club is having trouble scoring. Not only that, we do not have six legitimate top 6 players. There is Voracek, Giroux, Simmonds, and Schenn. The rest of the club is not top 6. Konecny might be in the future, and he's done well so far this year. 2. Send down G
  4. From Meltzer http://www.hockeybuzz.com/blog/Bill-Meltzer/Flyers-Gameday-121511--Canadiens/45/40551 PREVIEW 6:30 AM EST Looking to extend their December winning streak to seven games and further improve their league-best road record, the Flyers (19-7-3) travel to Montreal tonight to take on the Canadiens (13-11-7). The game starts at 7:30 PM EST and will be broadcast locally on CSN Philly and nationally in the U.S. on NHL Network. The game marks the third of four meetings between the teams this season. On Oct. 26 in Montreal, the Flyers got off to a good start in the first period but suffered a
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