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Flyers vs. Maple Leafs: Lineups, TV info, game time, questions to answer, and discussion thread

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After a tough loss in Detroit on Wednesday night, the Flyers head home to face the last-place Maple Leafs in a game that they just about need to win if they want to make the playoffs.

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2015-16 NHL Season :: Game 80 of 82
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28-41-11, 67 points
8th in Atlantic / 16th in East
39-27-13, 85 points
5th in Metropolitan / 2nd Wild Card
Thursday, April 7, 2016 :: 7:00 p.m. ET
Wells Fargo Center :: South Philadelphia, USA
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How to Watch / Listen In Philly
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97.3 espn south jersey
HOW TO WATCH / LISTEN Elsewhere
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Projected Lineups
Lindberg - Bozak - Parenteau 1st Line Schenn - Giroux - Simmonds
Greening - Nylander - Kapanen 2nd Line Raffl - Couturier - Voracek
Laich - Gauthier - Grabner 3rd Line Read - Cousins - Gagner
Carrick - Froese - Boyes 4th Line VandeVelde - Bellemare - White
Rielly - Marincin 1st D Pair MacDonald - Gostisbehere
Gardiner - Corrado 2nd D Pair Schultz - Streit
Campbell - Brennan 3rd D Pair Manning - Gudas
Bernier / Sparks Goalies Mason / Emery?
Their entire team is injured or suspended Notable Scratches Laughton, Medvedev, Neuvirth*, Umberger, Weal

Questions to Answer:

  1. OK, seriously, the Flyers: last night you got kicked around by a team right in competition with you for a playoff spot. Tonight you're at home, facing the worst team in the NHL, who has lost four games in a row, whose best forward is suspended, and whose fans are actively rooting for you to win this game. Your playoff hopes are still currently 100 percent in your own hands. You're not really going to piss that away tonight, are you?

Go Flyers.