Flyers: Sellers or Buyers
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02-13-2012, 01:10 PM
Join Date: Jan 2012
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Ok.. I do not look at hockey in terms of percentages you probably watched Moneyball or something.
What I do know is how Boston, NY Rangers and more or less healthy Pittsburgh will play and how they are playing now. They are matured playoff ready solid teams that play very good hockey in all 3 zones with basically elite goaltending.
I also know how Van, Hawks and Wings will play in the West. Any of those 6 will be in finals.
If you think Flyers are a dark horse please.. Tell me why.
This is not Olympics when it's all about one game. This is 7 games of tough hockey.
Nope. It's called common sense and facts used to back up a solid point.
My Point: You can't predict the future
Yours: Oh yes I can!
Who sounds crazier?
hahaha. The Hawks? You will call the Flyers dead but then praise the Hawks? How deranged can one be? The Hawks have won 2 games in there last 10 and they're defense is struggling far worse then ours and they are far closer to missing the playoffs then we are. Yet somehow the Hawks are still a favorite while the Flyers are dead?
The Bruins are playing .500 hockey in the last 10.
In you're world everything that is true in the NHL today will not change over the next 25 games or so?
That is very logical buddy
2009 Stanley Cup Champions
This is a screenshot I took earlier that season.
February 15, 2009, the struggling Pittsburgh Penguins fired coach Michel Therrien and hired Dan Bylsma as the team considered selling.
This team won the Stanley Cup that season after they decided not to sell and became buyers.
No team holding a playoff spot and struggling at 56 games in the season is dead.
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