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Tue, 10 Feb 2015 Flyers @ Canadiens 7:30 PM RDS, SNE


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Another beartrap.jpgGame??

Up against another wannabee team with an outside chance at a playoff spot.

Expect Price in net for us and Emery for the Flyers (Mason injured),, barring they throw another rookie from the farm in there, looking to make a name for himself at our expense.

Sound familiar??

Anyways,,, the m_1839f40521397f00a0e7cc99b2d4217a.jpg this year.

and we need to put the final deco_nail_icon.pngin their playoff hopes.

Let's go out and orange-crush2.jpgthese guys.

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It's a little early.


It was either early or late. Had some time on my hands this afternoon and wasn't too sure about when i could put one up tonight.

Great GDT htl. :)

A non-playoff team, who's starting goalie is injured. What can go wrong? <_<

Thanks kinot.

I hate playing these teams with little or no hope of making the playoffs. They're all playing for jobs right now, and that makes them dangerous.

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Philadelphia Flyers

Steve Mason didn't want to undergo an arthroscopic procedure in January, but it now appears he no longer has a choice. After multiple MRIs - more than three - the Flyers and Mason have decided they will scope his right knee to find the source of pain and why it's been locking up on him. - CSNPhilly.com

Michael Raffl went through his first complete practice with the Flyers on Monday at Bell Centre since his pneumonia diagnosis last week, but the swing-forward feels he has a ways to go. He will miss his sixth consecutive game Tuesday when the Flyers meet the Canadiens.- CSNPhilly.com


Veteran Ray Emery stopped five of the six shots he saw in relief Sunday and could make his first start since Jan. 27. Rob Zepp went 3-1-0 with a 2.92 GAA in six games before being sent to the minors last month, but he's injured, so 21-year-old Anthony Stolarz is expected to be called up.

Emery has started both of Philadelphia's games against the Canadiens this season, allowing nine goals on 66 shots as Montreal (34-15-3) won each of them. It scored the first three goals in the most recent one, a 6-3 home victory Nov. 15.

Though Philadelphia's already tough road to the playoffs likely gets more difficult with Mason's injury, the club believes it can continue to play well.

"We're in a position where we've got to win probably 80 percent of our games at this point," said forward Wayne Simmonds, who has three goals and two assists in five games. "We've put ourselves in this position and we know what we've got to do. We've done it before and we have full confidence that we can do it again."

Simmonds scored twice in a 4-3 home shootout loss to the Canadiens on Oct. 11, but was held without a point Nov. 15.

A winner of two straight and seven of nine, Montreal is tied with Detroit for second place in the Atlantic Division, two points behind East-leading Tampa Bay. A victory and a Lightning regulation defeat at Nashville on Tuesday would give the Canadiens the conference lead based on having played three fewer games than Tampa Bay.

Montreal's surge continued Sunday, with Carey Price making 34 saves and Dale Weise and Max Pacioretty recording a goal and an assist apiece to help complete a season sweep of the Bruins with a 3-1 road victory.

"Who knows what's going to happen?" coach Michel Therrien said. "We don't know, but definitely, (sweeping Boston) brings some confidence. But honestly, there's still a lot of hockey to be played, and we're still a long way from the playoffs."

Weise has scored three of his nine goals in two games, and has five points in the last three.

"(Weise) knows he's going to be the hardest worker out there and at the same time has got an undercover skill set that allows him to make plays for his linemates," said Pacioretty, who has recorded three goals and four assists in the past six contests.

Weise had two goals and Pacioretty recorded two assists against Philadelphia in November.

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What is with the "stretch-vision" on the Canadian broadcast? No HD..sigh..at least on Directv

DirecTV doesn't seem to like picking up Canadian HD feeds. But I bet the Arizona-Florida game will have both feeds in HD. :rolleyes:

I'm getting Sportsnet in HD here on cable. It's a rare event.

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