“That should be our mentality as a team – to get as many shots as possible,” he said Wednesday before the exhibition game against New Jersey at the PPL Center, home of the Flyers’ AHL farm team, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. The Flyers, who finished 22d in scoring last season, need more production from players including Raffl and Jake Voracek (11 goals last season). http://violetharrispost.jcchristiancounseling.com/2016/09/21/thats-a-horrible-situation-joslyn-cruz-said/Raffl finished strongly, however, collecting five goals and eight assists over his final 19 games. “I thought he had some ups and downs last year, especially in the first half of the year,” coach Dave Hakstol said. http://www.alabamascholars.org/experteyedoc/2016/09/21/histoplasmosis-is-the-result-of-a-fungal-infection-that-predominantly-affects-the-lungs/“But once he settled in . . . he played a great power game for us. That’s what I want him thinking about, using that powerful body that he has, creating speed, creating loose pucks.” Raffl said, “It helps when you go through a struggle like that. Everybody remembers how we got out of it, and we have to build on that.” Last season, Raffl finished with a plus-9 rating, which was tops among Flyers forwards.
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