The Two O'Clock Number

339 -- the amount of shots the Flyers have put on net in the 2011 postseason. James van Riemsdyk leads the team and the NHL with 59 of those shots through nine games, an average of 6.56 shots per game. Danny Briere ranks second with 41 shots, while Mike Richards ranks third on the team and fourth in the league with 36 shots through nine games. 

The Flyers also hold the fourth-worst shooting percentage of the remaining playoff teams at 7.9 percent. That's behind San Jose and Washington (7.7 percent) and Vancouver (6.4 percent). They're getting pucks on net and, for the most part, those pucks are not going in the net.

Blame the elite goaltending they've faced... but things have to change sooner rather than later... right?

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