NHL~2013!! Watch Penguins vs Flyers Live Stream

The long wait for a new NHL season is finally over. After a 113-day lockout, the 2012-13 season will begin at 3:00 p.m. ET on Saturday with a fantastic matchup between Eastern Conference rivals the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers at the Wells Fargo Center.


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WATCH NHL 2013 LIVE STREAM:===>>> http://tinyurl.com/ano6suq


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NHL season starts tonight with lots of great match-ups. Philadelphia hosts Pittsburgh this evening. Last season they met 12 times, six times in the playoffs. Out of 12 games 9 ended over 5,5 goals, 5 of them sneaked to even 10 goals( 6-4, 4-6, 8-4, 8-5, 3-10!). Out of the 6 playoffs battles 5 ended with more than the posted total. The collision between these two teams always brings entertaining matches full of goals. Orange-black Philly always prefer a tough attacking play investing enourmous energy into the attacking area (Giroux and Pronger are the guarantee for that), but their defense is usually poor, so they get the same amount of goals they score.

And if Bryzgalow has a bad day (it is not rare) it is especially true. Now the Penguins. Experts always watch whether Crosby plays or not. He is recovered now, he played 22 matches, as many as he could last season. Staal is not there any more, but Malkin and Sutter are, so there will be answers for each goal of the Flyers. Expect to see quite many goals tonight in Philadelphia.

A reason to cheer for the Flyers: The Flyers finished last in the Eastern Conference two years ago with 56 points, they then improved to sixth last year with 95 points, and this season almost reached the 100-point mark. GM Paul Holmgren has turned the ship around very quickly in Philly and all they need is a long, successful playoff run to make it all worthwhile.

A reason to cheer for the Penguins: The Penguins were just shy of capturing their third Stanley Cup in franchise history last year and nothing short of finishing the job this spring will be acceptable. Those high hopes are remarkable considering that just a couple of months ago, pundits were wondering if this team would even make the playoffs. With new coach Dan Bylsma at the helm and Evgeni Malkin making his case for the Hart Trophy, Pittsburgh is back in the contenders' conversation.



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