No word as of yet on what the lines will be. Hopefully McGinn and Raffl will be able to perform tonight better than they did in training camp. Their performance there ultimately sent them back to the Adirondacks.
A lot of the Flyers inability to play together could stem from the fact that more than half the team did not start out as Flyers. Not everyone is truly playing for Philadelphia. From what I saw of McGinn last season, the kid has hustle and I'm hoping he puts it together and can stay up from the AHL soon. We love our stars like Pronger, Lecavalier, Timonen, Simmonds etc. but nothing beats growing you own talent.
Flyers v. Red Wings starts tonight at 7.
By: Ben Lebo
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