New Jersey Devils vs Philadelphia Flyers – The Morning After

Posted by on November 4, 2011

The Morning After series of posts will try to present an idea of what fans are talking about and how they’re feeling after every Devils game.


Good, bad or indifferent, it will be fun to see what the reaction is from most fans the morning after a game. I will also have some tweets from opposing fans to see what they think.

Most will be post-game thoughts, but I will also pull some from during the game.

I will take a sampling of tweets sent to me and tweets I find by searching the #NJDevils and related (also opposing team’s) hashtags.

Here we go…
Devils 4 – 3 (SO) Flyers (videos of all the goals are below)

@NHL: MOOOOSE! Watch #njdevils Hedberg stop Zac Rinaldo on a breakaway! (Link)

@9smyguy: Shoot outs make my stomach hurt. #LETSGODEVILS #NJDevils

@Lipari22: So pumped the #NJDevils won tonight! Great team effort. Loved seeing all Devils fan interacting through here.

@MikeBitt: #NJDevils starting goalie should be hedberg until he proves otherwise. Base decision on current form, not Marty’s records

@CalDevil3219: I really liked the #NJDevils fight back tonight, could’ve easily quit after falling behind by two

@A_Manko: Chris Pronger is the Peyton Manning of the #Flyers defense. When he is out, they are god awful.

@BeckIsALib: I’m officially stoked at the way the #NJDevils came back against the #Flyers last night. Now if only the #Rangers had lost… #nhl #hockey

And, of course, some of my own tweets:

@SpeakoftheDevs: #NJDevils now have 11 out of a possible 22 points (5-5-1). They didn’t get their 11th point until their 17th game last season.

@SpeakoftheDevs: The #NJDevils are now 88 – 71 – 15 – 3 – 0 all-time (reg season) against the #Flyers. They are now 39 – 51 – 9 – 2 – 0 (overall) in Philly.

(You can find more historical stats here)

All tweets are taken from the public Twitter timeline and found in searches. No tweets from protected accounts are taken.

Here are the goals:

    

    

    

                                


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