Winning in the postseason requires making adjustments. And so far in this year's Stanley Cup playoffs, nobody has been better at tweaking his team than Philadelphia head coach Ken Hitchcock.
Whether it be beating the trap of the New Jersey Devils, grinding out a physical series against the Toronto Maple Leafs or going stride-for-stride with the quick Tampa Bay Lightning, the Flyers are in lockstep behind Hitchcock's gameplans.
"This is a group that believes in each other, and in the coaching staff. And because of that, our team has been able to adapt and adjust midstream," Hitchcock told the Philadelphia Daily News.
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