PHILADELPHIA -- Six weeks into the season, the Flyers and Bruins are looking like a pair of teams who could battle it out for one of the two wild card playoff spots in the Eastern Conference.Theyll battle it out for the first time this season Tuesday night when the Bruins visit South Philadelphia.Weve got to scratch and claw every night right now, Flyers coach Dave Hakstol told the Philadelphia Inquirer of his 10-10-3 team. Were a .500 hockey team and it seems like weve talked about that quite a lot. We can keep talking about it, or we can worry about doing something about it.The Flyers will play eight games in the next 13 days and 13 games in the 24-day stretch leading up to their Christmas break. They are looking to string together their first two-game win streak since early November when they won three straight.This is a critical stretch between now and the Christmas break, Hakstol said. Thats about as big picture as I want to get, and we absolutely have to narrow it down a lot further than that -- right down to the points that are available against Boston.The Bruins (12-10-0) are coming off Sundays 4-1 home win over the Tampa Bay Lightning, which snapped a three-game losing streak. Forward Jimmy Hayes recorded his first point in 36 games with his first goal since Feb. 24.He was so relieved by the goal that he threw an imaginary monkey off his back in celebration.It was more of a joke that it was an elephant, Hayes told CSN New England. I think I lost about a hundred pounds there.The four goals against the Lightning matched the total the Bruins had scored during their three-game losing streak.Goaltender Tuukka Rask came within 2:39 of a shutout in the win, stopping 30 shots to improve his record to 12-4-0 and lower his GAA to 1.63.Tuukka has had to keep the Bruins afloat this season because of a shortage of offense. Aside from the top-line forwards David Patrnak (team-high 13 goals, 17 points) and Brad Marchand (six goals, 19 points) the Bruins have struggled to produce this season, ranking 20th with 52 goals. Through 19 games Patrice Bergeron has just three goals and three assists.The Flyers have had no trouble putting up goals. They rank second behind the Rangers with 72 goals, led by Wayne Simmonds (11) and Jakub Voracek (eight).But theyve allowed an NHL-worst 76 goals, including three by rookie goalie Anthony Stolarz in a 5-3 win Sunday night against the Calgary Flames.The Flyers allowed the first goal in that game and have scored first in just eight of their 23 games. They are 5-1-2 when scoring first and 5-9-1 when they dont.Goaltender Steve Mason (5-8-3, 3.04) is expected to return to action Tuesday night. Hes lost three of his last four starts and is 2-3-1 since Michael Neuvirth suffered a knee sprain.The Bruins could be without a pair of veteran defensemen against the Flyers.Zdeno Chara has missed the past three games with a lower body injury and is not expected to play Tuesday night. Bruins defenseman John-Michael Liles left Sundays game with an upper-body injury after sliding head first into the end boards. Hes questionable for Tuesday and if he cannot play the Bruins likely will recall a defenseman from AHL Providence. Cheap White Hydro Flask 32 oz Wide Mouth Water BottlePink Hydro Flask 40 Oz .C. -- When North Carolina freshman Ryan Switzer reported to training camp in August he was a little miffed to learn he was third on the depth chart at punt returner. http://www.flaskwaterbottle.com/hydro-flask-20-oz.html . Cuban testified Thursday that he was upset when the companys CEO told him news that would reduce the value of his shares, for which hed paid $7.5 million. 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PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- The Latest on the legal fallout from Rhode Islands failed $75 million deal with 38 Studios, the video game company started by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling (all times local):3 p.m.Former Rhode Island House Speaker William Murphy and a spokeswoman for Attorney General Peter Kilmartin are among those who have been subpoenaed to testify in a state superior court trial over Rhode Islands failed $75 million deal with 38 Studios, the video game company started by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling.Murphy and Kilmartin spokeswoman Amy Kempe are among five current and former state officials subpoenaed to testify in the civil trial, which is scheduled to start in October.The two were subpoenaed by First Southwest, which was the financial adviser for the states economic development agency. The economic development agency is suing First Southwest and several others, including Schilling.The others subpoenaed are current and former members of the state economic development agency and a fformer state budget official.ddddddddddddThey were all subpoenaed in July and August.---12:40 p.m.A federal judge has refused to dismiss a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit accusing Wells Fargo Securities of defrauding investors in Rhode Islands failed $75 million deal with 38 Studios, the video game company started by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling.U.S. District Judge Jack McConnell on Friday did dismiss a Wells Fargo banker from the complaint, but the SEC immediately said it would refile the lawsuit against him to address the judges concerns.The SEC sued Wells Fargo and Rhode Islands economic development agency in March.Wells Fargo argued in a hearing that no investors have been harmed because all the bondholders have been paid.The SEC argued was irrelevant that bondholders have been paid. 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