The Philadelphia Flyers have not had their 2013 season go quite as planned. After earning 103 points last season and getting a big opening round win over their rival Penguins, expectations were high for a team that had some very serious questions about certain parts of the team. While the Flyers certainly attempted to address those issues, especially with the Shea Weber offer sheet, perhaps expecting more from the Philly hockey team this season was a bit too much to ask.
At the center of this is goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov, the prize free agent landed by Philly in 2011 that supposedly solved their goaltender woes. Sergei Bobrovsky and Michael Leighton were sent packing and Bryzgalov was expected to shoulder much of the workload similar to his years in Phoenix, where h...Read more