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Devils Suffocate Flyers

If Tuesday was bad, Thursday made things leagues worse.

Two deflected point shots proved to be the difference as the New Jersey Devils defeated the Philadelphia Flyers 3-0. That win evens the season series and may act as some sort of revenge countering a 1-0 Flyers win on Saturday.

In what could be labeled as a perfect road game, the Devils allowed just three clear cut scoring chances all game. Fans continually booed lacking effort from Philadelphia's orange-clad hockey players.

Record Setting Blues Keep on Impressing

Well it has been that kind of fairy tale year for the St. Louis Blues and their faithful fans, something we have all been waiting for, as the Blues ride right back to the top of the NHL standings (don't want to jinx it, but this fan thinks they will comfortably stay there). After last nights win against central division foes, the Nashville Predators, the Blues climbed to the top of the league, two points ahead of the East leading New York Rangers, who still sit with a game in hand however.

 

That was not all the Blues had to celebrate about last night, as the team also set some very impre...

Shot Selection Study 10-8-11: Flyers Shut Down Devils

Goal scoring was a major concern in Philadelphia but with the team's stellar defensive play thus far, goal scoring may quickly become a problem of the past.