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Another Poor Effort From The Flyers

from Sam Carchidi of Broad Street Bull,

The Flyers hit rock bottom with a listless 5-1 defeat in New Jersey on Wednesday night, losing ground on one of the teams they are chasing in the Eastern Conference playoff hunt.

It was s stunningly poor effort, considering the importance of the game.

They are 11th in the East with a 12-15-1 record — the most losses in the NHL — and they are playing without confidence, without an edge.

They have scored one even-strength goal in the last 11 periods, and their goalie’s save percentage has dropped to .896 and his goals-against average has climbed to 2.86.

The Flyers have 20 games left to salvage their season, and there are hints that a loss on Friday to the visiting Devils might spell the end of the Peter Laviolette coaching era.

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I am still trying to figure out how Carter and Richards didn’t fit in Philly.

Posted by Cubanpuckstopper on 03/14/13 at 12:24 PM ET

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