BSH Radio 16: Boucher Goes Down, But Flyers Keep Charging Toward History

BOSTON - MAY 10: Scott Hartnell #19 of the Philadelphia Flyers is congratulated by teammate Simon Gagne #12 after Hartnell scored in the first period against the Boston Bruins in Game Five of the Eastern Conference Semifinals during the 2010 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at TD Garden on May 10, 2010 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

It's incredible, isn't it? Brian Boucher goes down to injury, Michael Leighton steps in, the Flyers go on to win Game 5 in dominating fashion, and somehow, someway, our confidence is at an all-time high in this series with the Bruins.

Really, truly incredible. This week on BSH Radio, Ben, Geoff and I discuss the pretty surreal circumstances that surround the Flyers right now. We talk about Boucher's injury, Gagne's return, Krejci's loss and the slim-but-ever-growing chance that the Flyers can actually pull off something amazing in this series.

If the Flyers lose in Game 6, is the season a success? If the Flyers force Game 7 and lose, is the season a success? If the Flyers win the series and then lose, is the season a success? We try to answer these questions on this week's show.

In addition to the usual plethora of Flyers talk, we discuss the other happenings around the NHL, from the Canucks-Blackhawks series to the San Jose Sharks eliminating the defending Western Conference champions, to the other series in the East between Pittsburgh and Montreal. We also talk a bit about the Phoenix Coyotes ownership mess and what it could mean for the future of the team.

As always, get the show after the jump.

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