The Two O'Clock Number

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12 -- Consecutive home wins for the Flyers in series in which they have home ice advantage.  The Flyers last loss in Philadelphia in a series in which they held home ice advantage came in Game 1 of the 2003 ECQF against the Toronto Maple Leafs, a series the Flyers won in seven games.

Here's a quick look at those 12 wins:

2010 ECF #7 Philadelphia Flyers vs. #8 Montreal Canadiens: Game 1: Flyers 6-0; Game 2: Flyers 3-0; Game 5: 4-2.

2004 ECSF #3 Philadelphia Flyers vs. #4 Toronto Maple Leafs: Game 1: 3-1; Game 2: 2-1; Game 5: 7-2.

2004 ECQF #3 Philadelphia Flyers vs. #6 New Jersey Devils: Game 1:3-2; Game 2: 3-2; Game 5:3-1.

2003 ECQF #4 Philadelphia Flyers vs. #5 Toronto Maple Leafs: Game 2: 4-1; Game 5: 4-1; Game 7: 6-1.

The last time the Flyers were upset in the playoffs was 2002.

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