How would the Flyers respond this season after such a devastating loss last season.
The Flyers have responded from their Stanley Cup loss last season to the Chicago Blackhawks in impressive fashion by posting a Eastern Conference leading 39-15-5 record, good for 83 points.
They have opened up an eight-point lead in the Eastern Conference and do not show any signs of slowing down any time soon.
They are even deeper on offense and defense than the team that made it to the Stanley Cup Finals last season.
The orange and black now feature three potent scoring lines that all can be the No. 1 line on any given night.
They have an amazing 10 different players who have scored at least 10 goals. They have 13 different players with at least 20 points. They have 17 players who are plus players this season.
Long story short, the Flyers can put the puck in the net, and with the addition of Kris Versteeg, the scoring will continue in bunches.
The Flyers added Sean O'Donnell and Andrej Meszaros to an already solid defense to form the most dominating shut down group in the entire NHL.
The Flyers seemed poise to run away with the Eastern Conference, and if healthy, they seemingly have little to no question marks.
Except in net.
Sergei Bobrovsky and Brian Boucher have played tremendous all season, and Flyer Nation has wondered all season and still received no answer: Who will be the guy in the playoffs, Boosh, Bob or both?
Here are five reasons for each guy on why they should be in net during the Chase for the Cup.