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Almost a quarter of the way through the 2013-14 season, things haven't worked out as expected. Most of the teams in the new eight-team Metropolitan Division have spent the first seven weeks of the season floundering.
Despite a preseason vote of confidence from ownership, the Philadelphia Flyers fired coach Peter Laviolette Monday after an 0-3 start.
Assistant Craig Berube, in his seventh season with the organization, will take over as coach. He is the Flyers' 18th coach in team history.
The Philadelphia Flyers fired coach Peter Laviolette after an 0-3 start and a preseason vote of confidence from ownership, a person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press on Monday.
Danny Briere overcame having an apparent game-winning overtime goal disallowed by scoring one that counted and giving the Philadelphia Flyers a 4-3 win over the New Jersey Devils in the first game of their second-round Stanley Cup playoff series.
While the Washington Capitals clung to a one-goal lead, Alex Ovechkin was glued to the bench. For Game 4's final 5:50, the highest-paid player on the team and a guy once referred to as one of the best in the world couldn't get onto the ice.
The Vancouver Canucks carry the NHL's best record into the Stanley Cup playoffs for the second year in a row. The New York Rangers are on top of the Eastern Conference for the first time since they won it all in 1994.
Flying sticks. Pointed fingers. Postgame putdowns. And that was just the coaches.
Earlier this season Ilya Bryzgalov lamented being "lost in the woods." The Philadelphia Flyers goaltender couldn't find his game or his confidence, a big problem for someone given a nine-year, $51 million contract and the pressure that comes with it.