Winners and losers in the Comrie deal
Mike Comrie has gone frrom a middle-of-the-pack Western Conference team to a Stanley Cup contender in the East.
Once Philadelphia signs Comrie and he gets back in game shape, he should provide some needed offensive support on the second line and on the power play behind Philadelphia's top line of Jeremy Roenick, Tony Amonte and Mark Recchi. After a strong start, the Flyers power play has gone 4-for-30 in December and fallen to 21st with a 14.3 success rate.
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