Huh?

According to Spector:

The Flyers’ fall can be traced back to their record following the All-Star break, as they lurched down the stretch with a 14-11-7 record, including winning only three of their final 10 regular season games, dropping to second overall in the conference.

Um, no.

Flyers’ record, February-April 2011: 14-11-7
Flyers’ record, February-April 2010: 14-12-3

Final 10 games, 2011: 3-4-3, 9 points
Final 10 games, 2010: 4-5-1, 9 points

Other than playing fewer games because of the Olympic break, the Flyers record-wise were the same exact team down the stretch last season, when they were two wins from the Stanley Cup, that they were this season, when the Bruins swept them in the second round. Maybe the difference this season was less puck luck and less Pronger?

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