Philadelphia Flyers: 5 Ways the NHL Lockout Could Help the Flyers

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Philadelphia Flyers: 5 Ways the NHL Lockout Could Help the Flyers
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Ilya Bryzgalov could benefit from the NHL lockout

Sometimes life is about making a positive out of a negative. Now seems like a pretty good time for the Philadelphia Flyers to employ this philosophy with the NHL lockout taking place.

It's really not too difficult to think about what the Flyerswill  miss out on during the lockout.

Fans aren't going to be able to be in an NHL environment for a year. The next great Philadelphia rookie will have to wait another season until they can put their talents on display. The outcome for this year's team will become an unknown.

Those are all with the assumption that the lockout will last all season, and there are hundreds of bad consequences associated with no games.

But why talk about those right now?

Today feels like a good day, so let's treat it like one and get right into it.

Here are five ways that the Flyers could end up benefiting from the lockout.

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