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Philadelphia Flyers: Flying off the Handle on a Disappointing Season

Published by on April 30, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

An earlier exit than expected from the playoffs and all of the post mortem analysis that I've been reading has inspired me to sound off about some of the things that irked me regarding the Flyers.

These qualms come from the regular season and the postseason series against the cross-state rival Penguins, as well has historically as a franchise. 

The regular season saw some highs, like Carter's 46 goal season, Hartnell hitting the 30+ goal plateau and Mike Richards' Frank Selke-worthy season.

It also saw some lows. Injuries were plentiful; there were cap issue restrictions that handcuffed Holmgren from improving the team. As a matter of fact, it forced him to weaken the team (see the Upshall for Carcil...

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