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Flyers Take Care of Blue-Shirts

In a night of Sports full of rivalries, one that was over looked was the Rangers at Flyers Thursday night. The game was full of all things Flyers and Rangers, the kind of game you expect. The kind of game that after you watched you said to yourself “now that's hockey.” That is if you're a Flyers fan and not a Rangers fan. The Flyers were victorious 2-0 in front of a raucous crowd at the Wachovia Center.

The game had it's usual fisticuffs, but one fight was a little out of the ordinary. Early on in the game, things were getting chippy as they tend to do when the Flyers and Rangers get together. There was a little get together in front of the net after a puck was frozen but to the side of all that action, a site no one thought they'd see. Marian Gaborik dropping the gloves. That's right Gabby threw down, with none other than Flyer tough guy Dan Carcillo. And I know what you may be thinking, but if you didn't watch the game you wouldn't understand. To Rangers fans blinded by loyalty they'd disagree, though Gaborik started the fight, and well Carcillo finished it.

After the game the always animated and seemingly angry John Tortorella said of Carcillo's actions,”there is no honor in that.” Tortorella went on to talk about how he doesn't usually say things in these situations because he's not on the ice and hasn't played. He should have thought of that before he started mouthing off, the fight was clearly a mutual contest. Perhaps Gaborik felt he had to prove his toughness? Well he only proved he could get his back side handed to him. Which put the wrong kind of fire under his teammates, they were seething with revenge all game long. The Flyers had gotten under their skins and they had no one else to blame but themselves.

The contest was 1-0 Flyers after a James Van Riemsdyk goal early and stayed that way until nearly the very end of the 2nd period. The Rangers had a chance to get back into this game, but they let it get away from them, seemingly more concerned with trying to get back at the Flyers for what happened to Gaborik.

The Flyers defense had a lot to do with it as well, and Ray Emery while not spectacular made the saves he had to.

In the end the Rangers can look back and see they beat themselves tonight. The Flyers turnaround continues as they now have climbed into a playoff spot, starting off their 6 game home-stand with 2 wins. They'll face-off against the Carolina Huricanes and their newly crowned Captain Eric Staal, then a much anticipated contest against Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Flyers have a golden opportunity to solidify themselves back into the playoff picture by finishing off this home-stand as well as they've started it.

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  1. Kevin Lee Jan 22 201011:50 am

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    Torts said it best in his postgame presser, the Flyers attacked the neutral zone and the Rangers did nothing to stop them. Emery played solid but didnt need to be great. Flyers better not get caught looking past the Canes for the Pens tilt!

  2. Dan Rakusan Jan 22 201012:11 pm

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    I'm not saying Gaborik wasn't a willing participant in the scrap, but if you watch the replay, you can clearly see Carcillo was the first to drop a glove (his left one). You can call that loyalty, but it's definitely a fact…

    1. James Centifonti Jan 22 20105:22 pm

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      I'm not saying Gaborik wasn't a willing participant in the scrap, but if you watch the replay, you can clearly see Carcillo was the first to drop a glove (his left one). You can call that loyalty, but it's definitely a fact…

      I just watched it again several and Gaborik dropped his right glove before Carcillo and shortly after went Carcillo's left glove,I am not sure how much more clear it can be.

      1. Dan Rakusan Jan 23 20108:36 am

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        I'm not saying Gaborik wasn't a willing participant in the scrap, but if you watch the replay, you can clearly see Carcillo was the first to drop a glove (his left one). You can call that loyalty, but it's definitely a fact…

        I just watched it again several and Gaborik dropped his right glove before Carcillo and shortly after went Carcillo's left glove,I am not sure how much more clear it can be.I don't know how you can say that. I've watched it over and over again, and Carcillo drops his left glove first.Also, why was Carcillo intervening in the scrum anyway? Betts had Gaborik under wraps already. Carcillo comes from a distance, from behind, and puts Gaborik in a headlock…Oh well, I don't honestly care that they fought. Certainly doesn't do much for my opinion of Carcillo though…

        1. Kevin Lee Jan 24 201011:34 am

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          I'm not saying Gaborik wasn't a willing participant in the scrap, but if you watch the replay, you can clearly see Carcillo was the first to drop a glove (his left one). You can call that loyalty, but it's definitely a fact…

          I just watched it again several and Gaborik dropped his right glove before Carcillo and shortly after went Carcillo's left glove,I am not sure how much more clear it can be.I don't know how you can say that. I've watched it over and over again, and Carcillo drops his left glove first.Also, why was Carcillo intervening in the scrum anyway? Betts had Gaborik under wraps already. Carcillo comes from a distance, from behind, and puts Gaborik in a headlock…Oh well, I don't honestly care that they fought. Certainly doesn't do much for my opinion of Carcillo though…NHL Network and TSN both showed how Carcillo punched Gaborik with his glove on.So honestly James, it doesnt matter who dropped his gloves first, Carcillo had no intention of holding onto each others jerseys and just letting the postwhistle scrum end, he knew exactly what he wanted to do. The guy is a punk, I have talked to far too many players who say he is a problem both in the locker room and on the ice. Bottom line is, Carcillo threw the first punch wanting Gaborik to react.

          1. Mike Santa Barbara Jan 25 20108:44 am

            I mean, Gaborik instigated the whole thing. Whether he had something to prove? Not sure. Last time I checked it's Hockey, this is what happens. If Gaborik didn't want to be apart of it he should have skated away instead of pushing back and forth with Carcillo. Not sure what he expected to happen. As for Torts he doesn't know much about honor, he should probably shut his mouth. And make sure he doesn't have his pre-madonna line out there against a tough guy line, just saying. Torts has no one to blame but himself he chose to keep those players out there after an icing.

          2. Kevin Lee Jan 25 20107:12 pm

            I mean, Gaborik instigated the whole thing. Whether he had something to prove? Not sure. Last time I checked it's Hockey, this is what happens. If Gaborik didn't want to be apart of it he should have skated away instead of pushing back and forth with Carcillo. Not sure what he expected to happen. As for Torts he doesn't know much about honor, he should probably shut his mouth. And make sure he doesn't have his pre-madonna line out there against a tough guy line, just saying. Torts has no one to blame but himself he chose to keep those players out there after an icing.

            Good discussion guys. Mike you make a very good point on the icing call. But after watching this thing yet again……Carcillo engages all the way, not Gaborik…..I completely disagree with you on Gaborik wanting something with Carcillo. Reading other message boards, I just wish fans of their teams would admit when they have a jerk on their team. Carcillo is more than that though, jerk on and off the ice but heck even I can admit that Jarkko Ruutu is a jerk and plays on the team I cover and cheer for. It's not hard to do………but not enough people do it. Just my 2 cents!

          3. Mike Santa Barbara Jan 25 20107:27 pm

            He's no doubt a jerk. Though, Gaborik has his arms extended and pushing Carcillo back toward the boards. If that were anyone else Carcillo was face to face with the gloves would have been off immediately.Not saying Carcillo is a saint in any of this but neither is Gaborik in this instance. Carcillo has been a much better player this season. It's as if he understands the line not to cross. The Flyers have allowed him to be himself to a point. Much the opposite going on in New York with Avery, where they've pretty much eliminated any impact he may be able to have for them, until lately. And as a life long Flyer fan I'll freely admit we're bullies and we like it that way. Our guys play the game gritty and dirty at times. Though we do get picked on by the NHL more times than any other franchise that's not even up for debate.

          4. Kevin Lee Jan 25 20107:42 pm

            He's no doubt a jerk. Though, Gaborik has his arms extended and pushing Carcillo back toward the boards. If that were anyone else Carcillo was face to face with the gloves would have been off immediately.Not saying Carcillo is a saint in any of this but neither is Gaborik in this instance. Carcillo has been a much better player this season. It's as if he understands the line not to cross. The Flyers have allowed him to be himself to a point. Much the opposite going on in New York with Avery, where they've pretty much eliminated any impact he may be able to have for them, until lately. And as a life long Flyer fan I'll freely admit we're bullies and we like it that way. Our guys play the game gritty and dirty at times. Though we do get picked on by the NHL more times than any other franchise that's not even up for debate.

            Agreed on the tough part but that is a good thing to be known for, but like you said at times it bites you in the ass due to refs bias. The thing is, your new HC has a no fight policy, Laviolette is not the guy that should be leading your team. It is nice to hear that you see what Carcillo is, again, he is a great agitator and knows his role.

          5. Dan Rakusan Jan 26 20106:29 am

            I mean, Gaborik instigated the whole thing. Whether he had something to prove? Not sure. Last time I checked it's Hockey, this is what happens. If Gaborik didn't want to be apart of it he should have skated away instead of pushing back and forth with Carcillo. Not sure what he expected to happen. As for Torts he doesn't know much about honor, he should probably shut his mouth. And make sure he doesn't have his pre-madonna line out there against a tough guy line, just saying. Torts has no one to blame but himself he chose to keep those players out there after an icing.

            Gaborik didn't grab himself away from Betts by the scruff of the neck, that's when Carcillo instigated the whole thing. He comes skating to Gaborik from behind, so he knows who he is hooking up with… Betts already had Gaborik out of the scrum, so Carcillo really didn't need to get involved at all… Gaborik was a willing combatant after that, and quite frankly, we're all proud of him for sticking up for himself against that jerk Carcillo.

          6. Mike Santa Barbara Jan 28 20107:30 pm

            All in all it's Hockey. If you drop the gloves you're a willing participant. Regardless of who started it. Gaborik still threw his gloves off and attempt to land blows. Later in that game Carcillo had no problem going toe to toe with Avery. Some so called “tough guys” in the NHL shy away from worthy opponents and go after guys like Gaborik. While Carcillo maybe an agitator and a bully he certainly doesn't make what happened with Gaborik a common thing.

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