Notes & Lines: The Battle of Pennsylvania Resumes

No matter what, games against the Flyers are always a big deal.

The Flyers have definitely been struggling, but we feel like they'll bring it tonight. If they don't bring it tonight, the probably don't have anything to bring. Two points through the first seven games is the lowest the Flyers have had at in their history. They've scored a total of 10 goals in those seven games.

Max Talbot, Adam Hall and Hal Gill are all Flyers now, btw. It doesn't look like Gill will be in the line-up though. He's probably still slowly making his way to Philadelphia.

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Harry Zolnierczyk used to be a Flyer. 

On the injury front, Scott Hartnell and Vincent Lecavalier are out for the Flyers. Beau Bennett, Kris Letang and James Neal are all still out for the Penguins.

EDIT: It looks like Dustin Jeffrey will be a scratch and Deryk Engelland will play forward on the fourth line. That means even more pointless fights! Yay! *Sigh*

Maybe Ray Shero wasn't telling the truth that time he said the NHL needed to look at fighting.

Or maybe he meant that the league should watch the Penguins fight. We're not sure.

Pittsburgh Penguins lines via Daily Faceoff:

Chris Kunitz – Sidney Crosby – Pascal Dupuis
Jussi Jokinen – Evgeni Malkin - Chuck Kobasew
Tanner Glass – Brandon Sutter - Craig Adams
Dustin Jeffrey Deryk Engelland – Joe Vitale – Harry Zolnierczyk

Brooks Orpik – Paul Martin
Rob Scuderi – Matt Niskanen
Olli Maatta – Deryk Engelland Robert Bortuzzo

Marc-Andre Fleury

Philadelphia Flyers lines via Daily Faceoff:

Tye McGinn – Claude Giroux – Jakub Voracek
Michael Raffi – Brayden Schenn – Wayne Simmonds
Max Talbot – Sean Couturier – Matt Read
Zac Rinaldo – Kris Newbury – Adam Hall

Kimmo Timonen – Luke Schenn
Mark Streit – Erik Gustafsson
Nicklas Grossman – Braydon Coburn

Steve Mason

Who is Tye McGinn?

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