The Boston Bruins figure to be angry when they meet the Flyers on Saturday at the Wells Fargo Center. They thought they had a done deal to get Jarome Iginla to waive his no-movement clause from Calgary. Instead, Iginla chose the Pittsburgh Penguins after Bruins officials said paperwork was being drawn up. “Hosed?” Scott Hartnell offered. Well, from Boston’s point of view, yeah. “I kinda heard through the grapevine, I’m sure that happens more times than we hear about,” Hartnell said. “They’re doing pretty good without Jarome Iginla. I’m sure they’re not finished doing what they’re doing. They’re going to be hungry, but we’ve got to be hungrier. We’re still looking for points.” The Flyers are six points out of a playoff spot and mathematically alive, but they needed to win four of five games during this homestand and so far have lost two, gaining one point on a shootout loss.
Flyers need to play like they've got nothing to lose
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