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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Michael Raffl
Things are going so well for the Philadelphia Flyers right now that they don't even need to be at their best to come out on top.
Steve Mason and the Flyers are playing their best hockey of the season heading into the Olympic break.
The Philadelphia Flyers used a third-period onslaught to cap a successful trip through the treacherous California triangle.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — From killing penalties to unlikely scorers, the Philadelphia Flyers are finding all kinds of ways to win at home.
"It doesn't matter if we're down a goal or up a goal, we're sticking to the system, even though we've got enough good players to score goals to come back or to play good enough defense to bring it home," Raffl said.