It's absolutely true that in any given game any team can beat another team.
But parity with the bubble Habs - and a 4-1 home loss - and OT/shootout regular season wins against the Bruins and Blues are two different things.
Flyers need to "get up" for top teams and eke out regular season moral victories. Blues and Bruins can play below their top game and get points in the standings.
I'm hoping we can see what this team can do in the playoffs. But they're going
"I understand emotionally, but points are the same. This game was worth two. Last game was worth two. You gotta get up for it. You gotta get yourself ready."
- Alain Vigneault
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Every game is worth two points.
At the end of the year no one cares how you got them.
All that matters is you have enough to make the dance.
It starts with the Captain. Like it or not.
Leaders lead. And he isn't.
Raffl was quoted as saying the team really gets up for the top teams and it really pisses me off to hear this, there Is a lack of leadership with this team. Year after year same old **** play hard against the best teams and call it in with the lower teams. It should not matter who your playing and the same for the first period no show game after game wake the **** UP FLYERS until this culture changes this team is going nowhere
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