Found March 07, 2013 on Flyerdelphia:
Nick Grossmann scored the first Flyers' goal in their 6-5 win over the Penguins on Feb. 20. Grossmann's stauts for tonight's game is unknown after he suffered a groin injury in the Flyers' 4-2 loss to the Rangers on Tuesday. The last chapter in the Battle of Pennsylvania may have been the most exciting hockey game of the season. Back-and-forth action, hard-hitting, trash-talking - the usual for any Flyers-Penguins game. Tonight, the Penguins enter the Wells Fargo Center for the second time this season, the first since the season opener. It also marks the second game of a crucial week for the Flyers, who most recently lost to the New York Rangers, 4-2, on Tuesday. With games against the Bruins and Sabres over the weekend, the Flyers can't take any game this week lightly. But with the way they flatlined after the first period on Tuesday, there is no room for error tonight. There is no room to give away another game. This is a must-win. Just a week ago, there wa...
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