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Slow Start Hurting Flyers

from Al Strachan of the Toronto Sun,
The Philadelphia Flyers were supposed to be a powerhouse this season. And they may still be. They showed flashes of brilliance at times last night. But the rest of the night, the Maple Leafs were more than a match for them and came away with a 4-2 victory, handing the Flyers their second loss in three games. Once again, the Flyers got off to a sluggish start. Every game so far, they've fallen behind -- and played poorly in the process. "I think that's probably a fair assessment," Flyers captain Keith Primeau said. "And I wish I had an answer. We're just not finding any kind of rhythm right now early in the games.

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