Flyers whip Pittsburgh Penguins in opener, 6-3, as Joel Farabee leads way with 4 points

PHILADELPHIA — With a shortened training camp and no exhibition games, there will be rust, no doubt, in the first few weeks of the NHL season. The special teams didn’t get much work in camp, so they figure to be especially out of sync. The Flyers didn’t get the memo. Their power play, under scrutiny in the offseason because of its awful play in last year’s playoffs, scored on its first two chances Wednesday, triggering an entertaining 6-3 opening-night win over the Pittsburgh Penguins at the almost-empty Wells Fargo Center. Joel Farabee had four points, including two assists on the power play,…

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