Apr 3, 2011, 5:44 PM EDT
Sunday’s NBC Game of the Week between the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers brought a nice mixture of talented offensive flourishes, solid saves and the kind of vitriol that comes from being division rivals. This post captures the star power featured in this game in the form of Star Cam footage for both teams.
If you want to watch some of the other videos from the game, here are some of the most interesting videos:
- Net Cam and goal highlights.
- Mike Milbury on the Red Wings, Flyers. Milbury also takes a look at aging stars and the Cup prospects for Pittsburgh and Vancouver.
- Ryan Callahan profile.
Anyway, here are the two latest videos.
First, here is the Star Cam footage for the Rangers.
Now take a look at the Flyers’ Star Cam highlights.
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