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02-11-2011, 07:25 PM
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I kinda think it's a serious problem. But we can look at it two different way.

The flyers are consistently giving up goals, which is a bad thing. We all know that the scoring can be a great deal tighter in the Play-offs, and is usually lower. So that can be quite a worrying statistic that it's like that. The fact that our D, and our goalies cannot keep weak offense's off the board is a little puzzling.

The advantage to it of course, is that the players on the ice are constantly battling for something. That first shut-out. I honestly believe it's playing on their minds a little too much, because whenever we give up a goal, our defense all of a sudden becomes much tighter and stronger as a unit. As if a weight has been lifted off.

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