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From Ed Moran. I want to make sure I point out that I did not write this piece.

"Kimo Timonen will be back in the lineup tomorrow.
The Flyers' star defenseman, who was forced out of the game in the last minutes of the second period in the Tuesday 6-3 win over Washington Capitals, said this morning, "I feel fine. I'm happy. I want to play. I want to win. Like I said. I feel fine and I'm looking forward otmtomorrow night

Timonen was driven into the net by Washington's Brooks Laich, who crosschecked him from behind just after Timmonen fired a shot at Crisobal Huet that went over the net.

Timmonen fell violently into the net and struck the TV camera mounted in back of the net. "I was in the air flying into the camera and I knew right away this was going to hurt, Timonen said. "I had pretty good speed and I decided to shoot the puck. He made a good save, the puck went over the net, and the next thing I realized I scored."

Having Timonen back in the lineup tomorrow is huge for the Flyers. Timonen has been the key to shutting down Alex Ovechkin, who so far has been held to a goal and an assist in a series that the Flyers lead 2-1. Game 4 will take place tomorrow night at the Wachovia Center. - Ed Moran"
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April 16, 2008 1:35 PM ET | Delete
Great job on the update. He is a vital part of our team. Go Flyers!
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