Found April 22, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
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from Pierre LeBrun of ESPN, With the Flyers about to miss the playoffs for only the second time in 18 seasons, the focus in Philadelphia turns to what has to be done for the team to avoid a similar fate a year from now. This isn't a town where missing the playoffs is taken lightly. Owner Ed Snider wants to win -- now. Having said that, there's the danger of overreacting to a lockout-shortened season when a lot of strange and surprising things happened around the league. "There's a fine line between winning and losing in our league, that's how tight it is," Flyers GM Paul Holmgren told ESPN.com Monday. "You don't have to look very closely at the standings to recognize that. There's a few teams that had runaway years, you look at Pittsburgh and Chicago in particular, but everybody else is fairly close. "I look at our team, it's amazing that's where we're at with the power play and penalty killing near the top...
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