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Howie58

Game 57: Flyers at Wild; 2/12/19 @ 8

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Greetings:

 

We are the underdog:

 

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Here is the projected lineup:

 

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I hope there's no fatigue factor after last night.  LGF.  

 

 

 

 

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Would like to see Philippe Myers get in this game.  Excited to see him get some time this spring. 

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Projected Lines (Subject to change)

FLYERS (Monday's lines)

25 James van Riemsdyk - 28 Claude Giroux - 11 Travis Konecny
23 Oskar Lindblom - 14 Sean Couturier - 93 Jakub Voracek
21 Scott Laughton - 19 Nolan Patrick -17 Wayne Simmonds
44 Phil Varone - 20 Mikhail Vorobyev - 12 Michael Raffl

9 Ivan Provorov - 6 Travis Sanheim
8 Robert Hägg - 3 Radko Gudas
47 Andrew MacDonald - 53 Shayne Gostisbehere

41 Anthony Stolarz
[79 Carter Hart]

Scratches: 27 Justin Bailey (healthy), 61 Phil Myers (healthy), 56 Mike McKenna (healthy), 30 Michal Neuvirth (IR, lower body), 37 Brian Elliott (IR, lower body), 5 Sam Morin (ACL surgery).

WILD

11 Zach Parise - 64 Mikael Granlund - 3 Charlie Coyle 
18 Jordan Greenway - 12 Eric Staal - 16 Jason Zucker 
17 Marcus Foligno - 14 Joel Eriksson Ek - 19 Luke Kunin 
37 Kyle Rau - 49 Victor Rask - 21 Eric Fehr

20 Ryan Suter - 46 Jared Spurgeon
25 Jonas Brodin - 29 Greg Pateryn
36 Nick Seeler - 2 Anthony Bitetto

40 Devan Dubnyk
[32 Alex Stalock]

Scratches: 15 Matt Hendricks (healthy), 77 Brad Hunt (healthy), 9 Mikko Koivu (IR, torn ACL and torn meniscus), 24 Matt Dumba (IR, torn pectoral muscle), 26 Pontus Åberg (IR, lower body).

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I have to ask: Why bring up Myers if he's just gonna ride the pine? Is he showing he's not quite ready in practice with the big club, so they're keeping him out? It's certainly not as if our dcorps is playing some stellar hockey this season...

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Baily in the lineup.

Flyers.....4

wild........2

Lets Go Flyers..

 

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Flyers 4 Wild 1 Good bounce back effort tonight. Coots with a pair of goals.

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Wow...
Mikael Granlund just ABUSED Ghost.

First, hounds him and strips him BARE of the puck, then as he skates away, Ghost has no choice but to hook him down...PP Wild.
Errrrr, now Minnesota has to take advantage of the man advantage...otherwise, there is no advantage.....

 

1-0 Philly...Minny looking to square matters up.

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1 minute ago, TropicalFruitGirl26 said:

One of the Baby Wild, Luke Kunin comes through for Minnesota.

Fortunate bounce, yes, but he took advantage of it.
2-1 Wild.

That was a gift from Gostisbehere. BAD play.

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Minnesota broadcasters giving the Flyers their due.

Saying the Wild better not relax, the Flyers have been playing inspired hockey, and that they could just as easily turn this thing around on Minnesota.

I agree.
Wild aren't good enough to go cruise control on ANYONE...they best stay on course.

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Just now, FD19372 said:

That was a gift from Gostisbehere. BAD play.

 

I know.
But Kunin's mom always taught him to be grateful of gifts and accept them gracefully!   :)

 

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25 minutes ago, FD19372 said:

Flyers 4 Wild 1 Good bounce back effort tonight. Coots with a pair of goals.

 

You may need to revise, maybe 4-2?  :thumbsu:

 

I have no faith in the Mild.

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Minnesota getting sloppy in their own zone just now.

Flyers got some good looks at Dubnyk.

Something Wild fans don't wanna see...Flyers fans do.

And as I finish this...Baby Wild Luke Kunin with another goal!   3-1 Wild.
Good GAWD this team better not fall asleep just because they have a two goal lead...

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2 minutes ago, TropicalFruitGirl26 said:

 

I know.
But Kunin's mom always taught him to be grateful of gifts and accept them gracefully!   :)

 

Well, it must be his birthday because now Kunin has two.

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Just now, FD19372 said:

Well, it must be his birthday because now Kunin has two.

 Luke Kunin was one of the guys brought up due to Mikko Koivu being injured.
Nice to see a young player take advantage of an opportunity.

From a Wild standpoint, I hope he does well.
I've always liked Mikko Koivu, but I think the game HAS passed him by.

Time for some new blood for Minnesota.

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Flyers back to looking like the Keystone Cops out there :BrownBag:

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Just now, Poulin20 said:

Flyers lback to looking like the Keystone Cops out there :BrownBag:

 

Funny thing is, either one of these teams could have easily underestimated the other...perhaps the Flyers were so wound up after playing Pittsburgh they overlooked Minnesota?

Hard to tell.
Still though, only the first period.
Wild have been known to nod off late in the game.

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1 minute ago, TropicalFruitGirl26 said:

 

Funny thing is, either one of these teams could have easily underestimated the other...perhaps the Flyers were so wound up after playing Pittsburgh they overlooked Minnesota?

Hard to tell.
Still though, only the first period.
Wild have been known to nod off late in the game.

I don't think they overlooked Minny, so much as they have TOTALLY lacked discipline tonight.

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Wow... big Jordan Greenway like a big semi truck bearing down on Provorov….but Provy, like a hot Maserati, outskated and outmaneuvered him.
Good stuff.

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BS penalty. Zucker's teammate clipped him with his stick.

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Holy Schwimmers!

Wild got a HUGE break...
Double minor vs the Flyers...but it was the WILD who clipped their own guy!

Minnesota BETTER take advantage of this...they don't get these breaks very often...AT ALL!!!

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