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2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Devils Vs. Flyers: Flyers Not Exploiting Martin Brodeur

The Philadelphia Flyers dropped game three of their second round Playoff series with the New Jersey Devils on Thursday. They're now down 2-1 and two games away from elimination as the series continues in New Jersey for game four, before heading back to Philadelphia. Ben Rothenberg of Broad Street Hockey is disappointed in the Flyers lack of exploitation of Devils goaltender, Martin Brodeur:

The most frustrating part of this series? The Flyers haven't been able to exploit Martin Brodeur for being as slow and old as he is. Communication on the rush and in the offensive zone has been piss poor, and this team is just not getting chances. Some sort of ropes course may be in order for this two-day layoff.

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