May 2nd, 2011
by goon

According to The Bruins Blog Flyer head coach Peter Laviolette will again go with sieve goalie Brian Boucher as their starting goalie for game two of the Eastern Conference Semifinal. That could be good news for the Boston Bruins.

PHILADELPHIA — Flyers head coach Peter Laviolette left no doubt about who his starting goaltender will be tonight against the Bruins in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinal series at the Wells Fargo Center.

Brian Boucher, the Game 1 starter who was pulled in the second period of Boston’s 7-3 win, will get another chance to solve Boston’s offense.

Also, according to the Boston Herald Flyers Thug Defenseman Chris Pronger is a scratch for game two and will not play tonight. I guess the Bruins forwards don’t have to worry about being hacked by Pronger the lumberjack.

PHILADELPHIA — Late word from the Flyers camp that cornerstone defenseman Chris Pronger will not play tonight, due to a new, undisclosed injury incurred in Saturday’s series-opener. There was no confirmation on his ailment, but it was believed to be in the lower back, upper leg or perhaps both. Pronger returned from a broken hand to play the final two games of the Flyers’ first-round series vs. Buffalo, and played 19:45 in Game 1 against the B’s.

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