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Game 67: Flyers at Wild: 3/29/22 @ 8 PM; NBCSP


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Greetings:

 

Philly is the underdog (+275), with a predicted loss of 4-2.  It looks like Marc-Andre Fleury versus Carter Hart.  There will be new faces--Noah Cates and Ronnie Attard.  I will be working--look forward to the the gang's comments. 

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I look forward to Nick Seeler's Flyer career being over soon too.

 

Going to be wanting to see how Cates Frost and Tippett line looks.

 

It would be nice to see a better 4th line center option than Charlie Brown.

 

Ronnie Attard wears #3 Yandle so we gone need that back next season.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, AlaskaFlyerFan said:

Seeler held his own and even bloodied up Delauriers in that fight.  That might end up being the highlight of the game for the Flyers!

 

He has been working on his game.

 

 

Realized he is in Bully territory and trying to get noticed. Can't blame him.

 

Nice turnover JVR flatfooted of course as always stands there and just watches the puck go the other way into his net.

 

I can't wait till that bum is off this team who else will we have to whip. Oh nevermind. Risto.

 

 

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35 minutes ago, Howie58 said:

I got home before the 2nd. It feels like I'm watching a perpetual Wild PP. Seriously.  It's pathetic.

 

Why the heck aren't they playing Sandstrom on the 3rd?

Same reason they're dressing Yandle and Hayes. Traumatic brain injuries.

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3 hours ago, AlaskaFlyerFan said:

Seeler held his own and even bloodied up Delauriers in that fight.  That might end up being the highlight of the game for the Flyers!

It was indeed. Even fight with a tough guy fighter. Both guys got each other in the head several times, Seeler got the nose dead on thus the blood. Good tough scrap. 

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Well, the bookies were one goal off. 4-1 vs. 4-2. We competed for about half the third. That's it. 

 

The Wild look tough. 

 

We are depleted. I wonder if Ellis and Coots would really matter?

 

Yeo's post-game pressers are interesting.  He maintains some optimism as an instructor. I don't know if constant losing is a good learning environment. 

 

We will be lucky to play .500 hockey next year. Our lost decade-plus of bad trades and drafts has put us in a bad spot. 

 

 

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