Found December 26, 2011 on HockeyBuzz:
Starting tomorrow, the Flyers face two difficult road games leading into the Winter Classic, traveling to Tampa Bay and then Pittsburgh on Thursday. The Rangers, who are in action tonight against the Islanders, play in Washington on Wednesday and Sunrise, FL on Friday. The Flyers, of course, had the last two days off for Christmas. They return to the rink today for a noon practice at the SkateZ...
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