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After two ugly losses the Coyotes finished off a sweep of back to back road games with a gutsy performance in Philly. It's early in the season but it's never too early to talk about statement wins. With their backs against the wall the Coyotes got a much needed win against the Detroit Red Wings Thursday night and followed that up with another fantastic effort getting a toughly fought road win tonight. The Coyotes would get the all important first goal early in the proceedings tonight. Tim Kennedy sent the puck around the boards and Derek Morris sent an innocent looking shot toward the Flyers goal. The puck would hit Rob Klinkhammer in front and dribble past the feet of Steve Mason for the early tally just 2:41 into the 1st period. The Flyers would get an opportunity at the equalizer shorthanded when Michael Stone bobbled a puck at the blueline and Adam Hall corralled it and broke in alone on Thomas Greiss. Stone would take down Hall from behind giving the Flyers a pen...
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