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Around the Net 07.10.12

  Welcome to Around the Net, a weekly look through linkage at the Philadelphia Flyers and other news from around the NHL. Some like it cold Zack Parise and Ryan Suter decide they like ice fishing and less money to go the Minnesota Wild:[NHL.com] [The Checking Line] [Broad Street Hockey] The future is here Flyers prospect camp opened on Monday and runs through to the end of the week:[Broad Street Hockey] [Hockeybuzz] [CSN Philly] The return of Rusty Ruslan Fedotenko is back with the Flyers and will no longer kill us:[The Hockey Writers] [Hockeybuzz] Tommy,can you hear me? Tom Sestito …

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“Rusty” speaks about Philly redux

Courtesy of the Philadelphia Flyers Q: On returning to the Flyers “I’m really excited.  I started my career there and I have great memories there.  I’m excited to have a good team and a great organization.” Q: Do you look back on the day you were traded from here and think I never would have won the Cup in Tampa, wouldn’t have scored that big goal, wouldn’t have won the Cup in Pittsburgh? “You always sometimes look back and see what journey you took, but I never looked at it that way, what if I never leave, or other things.  …

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Atlantic Watch: 3/21-3/27

In their three home games this week, the Flyers were able to clinch a playoff spot with a pair of wins over teams currently sitting outside the postseason scenario. Unfortunately, Ilya Bryzgalov suffered a chip fracture in his right foot. Hopefully for Philly, Bryzgalov will be back by the end of next week when the club takes on the Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Rangers as part of their four-game schedule over the next few days. On Thursday, the Orange and Black earned two points against the Washington Capitals with a 2-1 shootout win at the Wells Fargo Center. Wayne Simmonds potted …

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Atlantic Watch: 2/29-3/6

For the first time in awhile, the Flyers put together a string of wins this week, as they won all three of their contests. Ilya Bryzgalov played a big part in the team’s success, as he won all three games with a save percentage of .948. With a four-game schedule ahead for the next seven days, hopefully Bryzgalov can keep Philly’s winning ways intact against some strong opponents. In their first game of the week, the Flyers beat the visiting New York Islanders by a score of 6-3. It looked like Bryzgalov was back to his usual ways, as Josh …

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Atlantic Watch: 2/22-2/28

The end of their four-game road trip wasn’t pretty for the Flyers, as their only two points came in a shootout win against the Calgary Flames on Saturday night. With a pair of shutout losses, the Flyers have now been shut out five times this season. The Flyers hope two games against Eastern Conference teams below them in the standings will help them gain ground in a fight for home-ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs. On Thursday, the Flyers failed to put a puck past Devan Dubnyk a single time in a 2-0 loss against the Edmonton Oilers. Taylor …