Philadelphia Flyers Get Knock Knocked out of the Playoffs

May 8th, 2012 by Anthony Capocci Leave a reply »
Tonight, the Philadelphia Flyers won’t be playing their Mac Miller victory song in the locker room because tonight, they’re the ones that got Knock Knock(ed) out of the playoffs.  

The New Jersey Devils continued their dominance over the Flyers and took Game 5 and the series in front of the disgruntled Philadelphia fans.

Ilya Kovalchuk, Zach Parise and the rest of the Devils forwards came to play in this series. But more importantly, the arguable greatest goalie of all time came to play.

Martin Brodeur was nothing short of phenomenal. He may have just turned 40 years old the other day, but he played in this series like the 32-year-old Stanley Cup winning goaltender that he was.

He looked like Brodeur in his prime.

Before the series began, many people pegged this to be a quick series and an easy one for the Flyers. Too bad they forgot how good of a team the Devils can be.

The Devils looked like the best team in the Eastern Conference.

They came to play and beat the Flyers up physically and mentally, a result that shocked the hockey world. The Devils defeated the Flyers in five games an ...

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