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Manufacturer of hat tricks (Courtesy: jvrinc.com)

After a pair of shootout losses last Tuesday and Thursday, the Flyers went into the weekend hoping for a little rebound. Enter: New York Islanders.

This game was everything we wanted to see.  Carcillo and O’Donnell dropped the gloves in the first 20 seconds, which got everyone in the building wide-awake. Most importantly, it got the Flyers going.  Carter showed off his twisted wrister right off a faceoff win by Giroux.  Then JVR took over the show by getting the next 3 goals. NYI scored a meaningless goal in there somewhere, as if they had a chance. Ha! Garth Snow can keep stockpiling draft picks, wasting them, while we can just keep piling on W’s. Thank you!

He hate us (Courtesy: footballmansports.blogspot.com)

Of course, Sunday night didn’t go as well. Versteeg opened the scoring in the first, then the Flyers went to sleep, and that was pretty much then end for them. A tying goal about halfway into the game, followed by a late game winner, and the Flyers failed to get a point for the first time in a while. Sorry, can’t give much analysis because I had to miss this game for a family emergency. However, the fact that Boston owned us this season is a bit troubling.

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