2012 NHL Playoffs, Flyers Vs. Devils: Philadelphia Prepares To Regroup For Game 3

The Philadelphia Flyers were thoroughly outplayed during a 4-1 bashing Tuesday in Game 2 of their second-round 2012 NHL Playoffs series against the New Jersey Devils. Afterward, they spoke about what needs to change for them to seize back the momentum in Game 3.

"We have to get the tempo going. We have a lot of young players and a lot of energy. Guys can skate, we can win battles and we need to make sure we go back at it tomorrow," Claude Giroux said.

Added Scott Hartnell, "They're playing great offense and it seems like we couldn't get it out of our end for -- not for shifts at a time, but for periods at a time. I don't think it was our best effort -- we lost a lot of battles, our compete level wasn't there. So it's going to have to get a lot better if we want to stay in the series."

For more Flyers' reaction on what they must do in Game 3, view the video below:

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