Devils Rally to Eliminate Flyers
Tonight, the New Jersey Devils eliminated the Philadelphia Flyers from the 2012 NHL playoffs with a 3-1 win in Game 5. This recap goes over the two gift goals the Devils got, Marek Zidlicky getting hurt, dominance at 5-on-5
The Philadelphia Flyers looked nothing like a decent version of themselves over the last two games in Newark, and they're in need of a win on Tuesday night to avoid elimination from the playoffs. The
By Sam Carchidi Claude Giroux's one-game suspension caused Flyers coach Peter Laviolette to tinker with his lines, a common occurrence in this Turnpike Series with the New Jersey Devils. With his team facing elimination Tuesday, Laviolette started the
Game 5 Preview: New Jersey Devils at Philadelphia Flyers, 7:30 pm The Devils lead the series, 3-1. The Flyers are without the suspended Claude Grioux but get defenseman Andrej Meszaros back. Jakub Voracek moves up to skate with Hartnell and Briere.
The Flyers hope home ice truly is an advantage tonight as they look to stay alive against the Devils in their Eastern Conference semifinal playoff series.