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The Writing Was On The Wall

from Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Mail,
You knew it was coming, the way the Philadelphia Flyers' train wreck of a season had started with only one win in their first eight games. The question really wasn't so much if the Flyers would clean house, only when it might happen, and how many casualties there would be along the way. The answers came Sunday morning: The two people that mattered most in the Flyers' freefall down the standings are officially out the door. Eight games what could be one of the longest and most challenging years in franchise history, general manager Bobby Clarke resigned after 12 hard years at the helm, while coach Ken Hitchcock was relieved of his duties by owner Ed Snider.

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