Gameday 71 – Flyers

Pittsburgh Penguins (44-21-5) @ Philadelphia Flyers (41-22-8)

12:30 pm/et


Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia, PA

Enjoy your St. Patrick's Day hangover…

It's been a long time old friend.

Season Series: 1-2-0.

Last meeting that counted: February 18, 2012. Penguins won 6-4.

What we said in our recap:

Pens won this 6-4. Pens are already heading to Buffalo.

Know Your Enemy: Broad Street Hockey

What they're saying:

But losing games to teams like the Bruins, which suddenly suck as hard as their fanbase (it's almost like Tim Thomas decided to turn down invites to the win column.), isn't going to get it done, so I think the Flyers should try to win all the rest of their games this year.

Favorite Philadelphia Flyers Image, Photoshop, Gif or Video:

Pittsburgh Penguins Lines from Empty Netters:

Chris KunitzEvgeni Malkin – James Neal
Steve Sullivan – Jordan Staal – Pascal Dupuis
Matt Cooke – Sidney Crosby – Tyler Kennedy
Eric Tangradi – Richard Park – Craig Adams

Kris Letang – Paul Martin
Brooks OrpikZbynek Michalek
Matt NiskanenDeryk Engelland

Marc-Andre Fleury

Philadelphia Flyers Lines from Empty Netters:

Scott Hartnell – Claude GirouxJaromir Jagr
Eric Wellwood – Daniel BriereJakub Voracek
Matt Read – Brayden Schenn – Wayne Simmonds
Maxime Talbot – Sean Couturier – Zac Rinaldo

Kimmo Timonen – Matt Carle
Nicklas Grossman – Braydon Coburn
Andreas Lilja – Erik Gustafsson

Sergei Bobrovsky

Just a huge hockey game in a week that was filled with huge hockey games. The last time the Penguins had a long streak like this one going, it was the Flyers that broke it. Plus, the Flyers are still only three points behind the Pens and they're still a likely first-round opponent.

And they're the Flyers so… you know.

Penguins/Flyers games are always a big deal and always entertaining. And now Sidney Crosby's back.

Back-to-back afternoon road games against division rivals. This weekend is where legends are made. Buckle up.

Do It.

Go Pens.