Philadelphia Flyers' 5-Step Plan to Avoid a Slow Start to 2013 Season

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Philadelphia Flyers' 5-Step Plan to Avoid a Slow Start to 2013 Season
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With the lockout-shortened season, a slow start could be fatal for any team, especially a young one like the Philadelphia Flyers.

Each game is increasingly important, and with so many games in a short period of time there's not much time for rest or for slumps.

The Flyers will face a number of challenges over the next couple weeks as they try to regain midseason form in a short period of time. While the season opener against Pittsburgh was sloppy for the most part, there were some positives that the Flyers will need to build on.

Here is a short plan for the Flyers to avoid a slow start to the 2013 season. Their playoff chances may come down to it. 

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