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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Claude Giroux
The Philadelphia Flyers turned the worst start in team history all the way into another playoff berth.
The Philadelphia Flyers are ready for the playoffs.
Riddick Bowe made the playful jab.
Flyers coach Craig Berube was already getting ready for a shootout.
If the Flyers continue to play as well as they did on Saturday, they'll have little trouble making the playoffs.
Claude Giroux and Jakub Voracek each had two goals, and Michael Raffl and Steve Downie also scored to lead the Philadelphia Flyers to a 6-4 win over the Washington Capitals on Wednesday night.
Claude Giroux has put an early-season slump well behind him.
Braden Holtby gave up four goals on 18 shots and left the game. That early deficit was too much for the Capitals to overcome in a 6-4 loss to Philadelphia.
The Caps blew a two-goal lead for the third straight game and this time, they paid for it.
After scoring two goals for the first time in his NHL career, Dmitry Orlov was set to pace a big win for the Washington Capitals.
After playing some of their best hockey this month, the Philadelphia Flyers now sit and wait.
The Philadelphia Flyers used a third-period onslaught to cap a successful trip through the treacherous California triangle.
Scott Hartnell was concerned he had broken his foot. He had been playing with pain for two weeks and wore a walking boot at a Flyers charity event over the weekend.
Nathan Gerbe enjoys working on trick shots in practice, so he figured why not try it in a game.
Even the Broad Street Bullies weren't as resilient as this group of Philadelphia Flyers.
"This time of year you want to be playing and playing your best," captain Claude Giroux said. "We're a young team with a lot of energy and attitude. We have to bring that to New York. We had momentum at the end of the season and feeling good about our game. We're aware that New York is a really good team, one of the best in the league. If we're going to win the series, we have to bring our best game."
"We can't be worrying about the Rangers too much," Giroux said. "I think we have to worry about what we do, how we play and how we play as a team. I think that's what we're looking for."