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Ilya Bryzgalov has allowed 12 goals on 91 shots through the first three games of the 2012 NHL PLayoffs, good for a save percentage of .869 and a 3.96 goals […]
If you didn’t know better, you’d think the Philadelphia Flyers were the former Stanley Cup champions rather than the young team with minimal playoff success, because they have the Pittsburgh […]
I don’t think anybody could have predicted the start this series has had. Coming into the playoffs, all of the so-called experts were picking the Pittsburgh Penguins to win the […]
If complacency and a loss of focus are primarily to blame for Pittsburgh’s three-goal meltdown at the hands of the Flyers Wednesday, their inability to positively convert on any of […]
There weren’t many bright spots to point out in the Flyers abysmal first period performance Wednesday night in Pittsburgh. As the Penguins jumped out to an early 2-0 lead, the […]
Philadelphia has struggled with slow starts all season and it’s very possible the Penguins could jump out to another quick lead in Game 2 on Friday night. With a great deal of playoff experience on the roster, the Penguins should be able to learn from their mistakes and put together a full 60-minute effort.
Dear Dan Bylsma, Is this Déjà Vu? Or is this really happening? In your last four games as head coach for the Pittsburgh Penguins, you have one win and three losses […]
It is known as the battle of Pennsylvania. Tonight marks the start of the Flyers and Penguins sixth playoff series against each other. In the five series these teams have […]
It’s Wednesday, the first day of the NHL playoffs. Today is one of the most exciting days of the year for the fans and those of us who cover the […]
Pittsburgh’s best strategy against the Flyers’ trap is to move the puck up ice as quickly as possible. This fits well with the Penguins’ preferred style of play and it doesn’t allow the Flyers to get into position to clog the neutral zone.
Hockey fans were taken through a bit of history as the timeline ranged from the 1930s to 2006. If history has shown hockey fans anything, then it has illustrated that there are no guarantees when the Stanley Cup playoffs begin.