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Flyers fall short in Toronto

TORONTO -- If the death of the Flyers' playoff chances were greatly exaggerated in December, or even at the All-Star break one month ago, they almost surely are not now. Losing back-to-back games to two of the worst teams in hockey -- teams that aren't even necessarily trying to win -- will do that. For the second straight game, the Flyers beat themselves with mistakes, at one point holding a commanding 41-10 shot advantage but trailing by three goals. Claude Giroux and Brayden Schenn scored twice in the latter half of the third period to make it interesting, but the Flyers ultimately fell by a 3-2 margin to the hapless Maple Leafs Thursday night in front of a spunky crowd at Air ...

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