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Toronto Maple Leafs
Scott Hartnell scored his first goal of the season in the Flyers' 4-2 loss to the Maple Leafs.
It was hardly the same game as two weeks ago, when the Flyers and Leafs last met, but the result was the same nonetheless.
A feverish rally by the Flyers fell short as a goal mid-way through the third for the Leafs proved to be the game-winner in a 4-2 Flyers' loss.
The Leafs struck first in this one late in the first as Phil Kessel beat Ilya Bryzgalov with a low shot to the far post at 17:20.
It took until the 15:02 mark of the second for another goal to be scored. This time is was Nikolai Kulemin who beat Bryzgalov with a similar shot on a breakaway.
The Flyers answered this goal quickly, as Scott Hartnell buried his first goal of the season off a brilliant feed from Jake Voracek to cut the lead to one.
A shorthanded rush by Claude Giroux ended with his shot catching the iron. The Leafs charged back the other way and scored just after the penalty expired as Mikhail Grabovsk...
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Philadelphia Flyers goalie Ilya Bryzgalov is out there — like way out there — and the hilariously bizarre netminder continues to make just as much news for the things he does off the ice as he does on it.
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#Flyers GM Paul Holmgren announced that (F) Tye McGinn will be out at least 2 weeks with a broken orbital bone
— Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFlyers) February 26, 2013
Probably happened in this fight with Mike Brown last night.
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Three Stars of the Week
1. Jakub Voracek (Philadelphia Flyers)
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Just wow. What a week for Voracek and the Flyers. In four games Voracek netted four goals and seven assists for a total of eleven points. Four of the seven assists were power play points and one of his four goals was a power play goal. Just phenomenal numbers from the kid who had...
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