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Philadelphia Flyers Collapse In Front of Raucous Crowd to End Season

Published by on April 25, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

It was the loudest the Wachovia Center has ever been during pre-game.

It was the loudest the Wachovia Center has ever been during the first period and was the loudest the Wachovia Center has ever been during the first five minutes of the second period.

Then, all of a sudden, it was gone—the deafening roar of the 20,072 fans dressed in orange was silenced.

After scoring two goals late in the first, and a third early in the second, to take a 3-0 lead, the Flyers flicked their energy switch to 'off' in a matter of seconds.

It was mind-boggling to see a team play so well for a period of time, and then play so terrible after it.

Mike Knuble scored; the are...

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