Found November 25, 2011 on NHL Hot Stove:
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By David Strehle NHL Hot Stove Managing Editor Claude Giroux scored two goals and goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 23 shots as the Philadelphia Flyers topped the Montreal Canadiens, 3-1 in a Black Friday matinee at the Wells Fargo Center. Bobrovsky and Giroux celebrate the 3-1 triumph over the Canadiens. (Photo credit: Paul Bereswill / Getty Images) After a first period in which it appeared they may have had a Thanksgiving Day food hangover, Philadelphia turned on the jets in the second and kept their feet on the accelerator the rest of the way.  The Flyers mustered just five shots against Carey Price in the opening frame, and entered the second period trailing 1-0 on a Petteri Nokelainen goal late in the first. Peter Laviolette was obviously and justifiably displeased with his team’s play, and had some choice words for his club during the first intermission.  After the Flyers were outshot in the first, 8-5, Philly thoroughly dominated the rest of the game, recording a 31-16 sho...
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