16
Oct
09

FLYERS: Extended Break, Same Result

The Flyers have played one game – tonight – since their last contest this past Saturday.  Unfortunately, tonight brought the same result as their last match-up against the Anaheim Ducks.  The Florida Panthers defeated the Flyers in Sunrise, Florida, tonight, 4-2.  I’m on the road for broadcasting, but here are some Quick Hits from tonight’s game:

Ray Emery struggled in net after the long lay-off

Ray Emery struggled in net after the long lay-off

  • The Flyers twice blew leads in this game of 1-0, and 2-1.
  • Claude Giroux tallied his first goal of the season
  • The Orange and Black were outshot 28-27
  • Ray Emery was average on the evening, making 24 saves on 27 shots.
  • Last year, the Flyers gave up 1 shorthanded goal (scored by current Flyer Blair Betts), this year, the Flyers have had 2 shorthanded goals against them, with Radek Dvorak giving the Panthers a 3-2 lead in the third tonight.
  • Chris Pronger played 30:21 tonight. Guy’s a horse
  • Braydon Coburn played over 27 minutes as well.
  • JVR returned to the lineup from injury, and tallied an assist on Arron Asham’s first period goal.
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