from the Philadelphia Inquirer, They are the yin and they are the yang. They possess both the known and the unknown. They excite and disappoint, usually within minutes of each other. They dominate play one night, then appear uninterested the next.
They are Ken Hitchcock's Flyers, a team careening into the playoffs after a mystifying 5-5 stretch run.
No one can explain why the Flyers went from an aggressive Stanley Cup favorite to a passive team that struggled to find energy in games before starting to resemble itself again.
"I can definitely understand people's frustration," Mike Knuble said. "I know exactly why fans are not ready to get on the bandwagon.
"In the room, we think we are capable of doing extremely well. Whether that's four rounds, we don't know..."