2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Devils Vs. Flyers: Reaction To Philly In A 3-1 Hole

The Phialdelphia Flyers need to get it together and in a hurry after losing Game Four 4-2 in the Eastern Conference Semifinals against the New Jersey Devils.

New Jersey has absolutely owned the Flyers since the beginning of Game Two. The Devils have looked like the hungrier team while Philly has been left to appear standing still.

Travis Hughes over at Broad Street Hockey gives us his take:

The season isn't over. If they're going to beat the Devils, coming back from 3-1 to do so wouldn't be all that bad. But they're going to have to make some kind of change if they want that to happen, because right now, they're just getting slapped in the face. Let's just hope they figure it out enough to get a win on Tuesday night, and then we'll take it from there.

The reality has been unkind to Flyers fans and players alike, who now need three straight victories to move on.

For more on the Flyers, please be sure to visit our blog Broad Street Hockey and SB Nation Philly for all the latest news and updates.

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