OTTAWA, CANADA - APRIL 27: Chris Phillips #4 of the Ottawa Senatorsdefends against Scott Hartnell #19 of the Philadelphia Flyers as he reaches for the loose puck, during an NHL game, at Scotiabank Place, on April 27, 2013 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
The lockout probably had a factor in it ... You sit around for a few months and get disheartened and frustrated and your workouts aren't great. I think a lot of guys can say that.
It’s the first time in a long time for Philadelphia, for myself, to be eliminated not by your own doing ... It sucks.More quotes »
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