b) Blew a
Experienced multiple defensive breakdowns.
d) Lost in a
e) All of the above.
Hint: the presence of “All of the above” is usually a dead
New York Islanders defeat the Flyers 4-3 via the shootout.
All three Isles goals in regulation were redirected by one or more of Ilya
Bryzgalov’s teammates, who were often on their heels at their own end for long
stretches of time. Claude Giroux potted this amazing shot during the shootout,
but none of Philly’s other three attempts came very close. Meanwhile Braydon Coburn was lost to an upper-body injury, and the season continues versus
the Boston Bruins on Saturday afternoon.
At least the Flyers showed some heart, battling back to tie
the game during a 6-on-4 with 30 seconds left. Scott Hartnell finally slammed the puck home after a wild scrum in front of the net, picking up his second of the night (numbers three and four this season) in what was probably his best game of the season to date. There have been some strong individual efforts this season, only rarely all on the same night.
On a happier note, Opening Day for the Phillies is on
Monday. It can’t come soon enough.
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Joel Embiid does not expect to play in the Sixers’ first back-to-back Saturday.
“I’m not playing tomorrow. No back-to-backs yet,” he said before Friday’s game. “I don’t think so. I’ve got to check on that again. But there’s a plan in place and that’s what I’m going to follow.”
The Sixers faced the Celtics on Friday in their home opener and then will travel to Toronto Saturday night to take on the Raptors. It is their first of 14 pairs of back-to-back matchups this season. He projects he will eventually be cleared for them.
“This year, there’s not a lot of back-to-backs,” Embiid said. “I feel like I’ll miss some but I’m not sure when. But I’ll definitely play some back-to-backs this year.”
Embiid has yet to be cleared for consecutive games in his injury-hampered career. It is important for him for reach that checkmark.
“I just want to feel like an NBA player,” Embiid said.
Sitting out Saturday will not bump up his minutes Friday, Embiid said. He played 26:57 in the season opener Wednesday and is eyeing somewhere around 20 against the Celtics. Brett Brown is managing his playing time within a range, not a specific restriction like last season.
The key to being cleared for more minutes and back-to-backs? Staying away from injuries.
“I’ve got to balance it out because I’m ultra-competitive so I want to get out there, jump in the stands, dive for every loose ball,” Embiid said. “But at the same time, I’ve to find a balance in between staying healthy and doing all that.”