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04-19-2004, 12:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Fletch
Brodeur would be more confident and Niedermeyer would be less worn down. As such one or both of those first two games in Philly could've easily gone the other way (both 3-2 victories by the Flyers) and the series could've been a heck of a lot different. I actually think that that one person could've been a difference maker in the series.
The Flyers are simply a deeper team then the Devils, with or without Stevens. They roll out four lines that can do damage, while the Devils only have one. The irony of the whole thing is that the Devils proved many times in the past how easy it is to beat a one line team, which is what the Devils are now. Even if Stevens is in the lineup, the most this series goes is 6 or 7 games, and the Devils would still lose. Philly is just better this year.

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