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Ducks vs Flyers
The Philadelphia Flyers make their lone visit to Honda Center to face the Anaheim Ducks on Wednesday, December 3. Last season the Ducks won both matchups between the two teams, outscoring Philadelphia in the season series 8-5. After a brutal start to the 2013-2014 season the Flyers rebounded strongly and made a playoff run, finishing 3 rd in the newly formed Metropolitan Division with 94 points. The Flyers made their run under Craig Berube, who replaced the fired Peter Laviolette early in the season. Laviolette was let go after the Flyers lost their first three games of the season. Philadelphia lost a hard fought opening playoff series to the New York Rangers in seven games.
Claude Girioux is the Flyers best player and one of the top overall centers in the National Hockey League. The four-time All Star finished third in MVP voting last season after leading the Flyers with 86 points. Jakub Voracek and Wayne Simmonds finished second and third on the Flyers in scoring last season, with Simmonds tallying a team high 29 goals. Joining Giroux as the center position is long time NHL veteran and former All Star Vincent LeCavalier. After several seasons in Tampa that includes a Stanley Cup title, LeCavalier joined the Flyers last season. The veteran had an up and down season a year ago and will look to regain his historical form this coming season.
Mark Streit, Kimmo Timonen, Brayden Coburn, Hal Gill and Luke Schenn lead the Flyers defensive core. Streit is a former All Star and consistent offensive defenseman. The veteran Timonen is a calm and capable blue line performer. Coburn will look to regain the All Star form he had two seasons ago. Steve Mason and Ray Emery should team up in goal again this season.
Barry's Tickets is located just minutes from the Honda Center.