3 Weaknesses Philadelphia Flyers Must Address During 2013 Season

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3 Weaknesses Philadelphia Flyers Must Address During 2013 Season
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The Philadelphia Flyers have not started this season as well as expected. Though their record now sits at a manageable 7-9-1, there are a few major weaknesses they need to address to have a good rest of the season.

With Atlantic Division foes New Jersey, Pittsburgh and the Rangers playing extremely well, the Flyers will have to elevate their game if they want to be competitive.

This lockout-shortened season really hampered teams' development, and with the Flyers being so young, it seems to have really taken a toll on them.

With limited training camp and no preseason, the younger guys haven't gotten a chance to grow and mesh together. With that being said, there are other problems that are more pressing and need to be fixed quickly if the Flyers want to make a playoff push. 

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