There are so many different weapons in the Atlantic Division. Of course the Pittsburgh Penguins have their big three, augmented by Chris Kunitz, a dynamic defense, and Marc-Andre Fleury; The Devils sport Martin Brodeur and Zach Parise—two players that really determine the fate of New Jersey; then in New York, if the Rangers' key players can stay healthy, their offense will be improved, while the Islanders are on their way up with some great young talent. But that still doesn't count out the Philadelphia Flyers. A dynamic offense and one of the best defensive cores in the league? Now that's something.
2008/09 Season: 44-27-11, 99 points, fifth in East—lost in six games to Pittsburgh Penguins in first round of the playoffs.
Additions: Ole-Kristian To ...
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