On this edition of the Flyers Faithful Podcast on Flyerdelphia.com, Steve Jacot and Hal Greenblatt look at the Flyers as they head into game 6 against the New York Rangers, down 3-2. Topics include the team's line and offensive difficulties, Hal Gill vs. Erik Gustafsson, Steve Mason, Scott Laughton, and more.
Flyers Faithful Podcast Ep 98
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Game 4 of this Stanley Cup Playoff series has been a bit of the ol’ back and forth.
Rangers win one. Flyers win one. Rangers with another. Flyers counter that. Rangers grab the fifth game.
Common sense would dictate that Game 6 should be Philly’s turn to keep things going with a win at home to send things to a winner takes all thriller, right?
That may not necessarily be...
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It's not a stretch to say that Hal Gill's play cost the Flyers the game on Sunday afternoon. Gill was on the ice for the Rangers' 2nd and 3rd goals that effectively buried the Flyers at 3-0 in the second period, and both came directly following miscues from Gill. On the second Rangers goal, Gill whiffed on a glorious scoring chance that...
As expected, the Philadelphia Flyers will be without defenceman Nicklas Grossmann for Game 5 against the New York Rangers on Sunday due to a lower-body injury that he suffered in Game 4. Grossmann injured himself after crashing into the corner boards in the Flyers end about five minutes into the second period while chasing the puck […]
Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Hal Gill lightened things up during a practice in Buffalo before Tuesday night's game against the Sabres by pretending to water ski behind the Zamboni as it traveled around the ice.Gill did not play in the 4-3 Flyers victory that evening.Video via NHL.
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Having watched Hal Gill play defense in Boston for many years, I can tell you that he’s not one of the best skaters I’ve ever seen. However, after seeing this video from at Flyers practice today, he does have great “water-skiing” form. That counts for something, right?
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Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Hal Gill decided to copy David Ling and entertained him teammates by “water-skiing” behind the Zamboni at practice. Gill may not be the original creator of this, but that doesn’t make it any less funny. [YouTube] The post Hal Gill “Water-skis” behind Zamboni at practice appeared first on Diehardsport.