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01-11-2009, 03:42 PM
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Flyers Should Win the Next 7

Looking ahead for the rest of the month, the Flyers will play 7 games against non-playoff teams, with the Panthers being their toughest test (they are playing well as of late). In all honesty this is the right time for the team to take advantage. After the next seven we run a home-and-home with the bruins, which should be very exciting. Should the flyers string together these wins, we may be in good position to take over first, or at least keep the Bruins looking over their shoulder.

On a side note, I'd like to poke fun at the fact that the Panthers are ahead of the Penguins. How did they think loosing character guys like Recchi Roberts Malone and Armstrong wouldnt hurt them. Not to mention Gonchar and Whitney's Injury trouble.

Please win on tuesday. Remember game 5 of the ECF last year, that's all I have to say.

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Thanx for the Jinx

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I hate people like you.

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No team should ever win 7 straight. If you want to say the Flyers are favored in the next 7, fine, but a good effort coming out of that would be 5-2 or 5-1-1.

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Well no one predicted that the Flyers would not lose for 35 straight games either. Just saying. But I highly doubt we win 7 in a row. Kinda tough to do unless all the pucks are bouncing your way.

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Really? jinx? Because what I say on a thread affects how the team plays. Sorry guys. Hypothetically, I never said they would win. i said they should. Sorry for ruining your month. Relax.

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Kinda like the Flyers should have beat LA? Or like they should have gotten slaughtered in Washington with 9 players missing from their lineup?

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Kinda like the Flyers should have beat LA? Or like they should have gotten slaughtered in Washington with 9 players missing from their lineup?
Exactly. They should beat these teams. Hopefully they do. We all realize no games are easy, but in saying that this is their esiest stretch for quite some time.

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