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Philadelphia Flyers Postgame Notes – April 4, 2013 Flyers 5, Toronto 3 at Air Canada Centre Jay Rosehill scored his third career NHL goal and first since February 8, 2011. Rosehill and Adam Hall both made their Flyers debut, while Steve Mason dressed as a Flyer for the first time. Luke Schenn had an empty-net [...]
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