Philadelphia Flyers: Should They Make A Move For Ilya Kovalchuk?

December 20th, 2009 by Mark Ritter Leave a reply »
Written By: Mark “The Hard Hitter” Ritter

Before the month began, I wrote that I felt December may very well be the difference between the Flyers making the playoffs and making reservations at the local golf courses.

Thus far, the Flyers have two measly wins in ten games and, in the process, they have gone from a top ten NHL team to 29th overall, no easy feat!

Two wins in December is discerning for any NHL club, but when you consider the amount of talent on this Flyers’ team alarm bells start going off. Many Flyers fans are concerned with more than just the two wins, it’s the way the Flyers that have been losing that has them ready to jump off local bridges.

Undisciplined, disorganized, and void of passion, the Flyers have looked both out of sync and listless. On the surface it appears as if the Flyers have lost their mojo and, in the process, lost their pride.

The compete level of many players has been sub-par and the lack of scoring has been abysmal. Through ten games in December the Flyers have been held to one or less goals six times, including two shutouts. Alarming to say the least!

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