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Byline: Tim Panaccio
PHILADELPHIA _ The Flyers are considering a radical change in their anemic power play. They may switch to a system used by only two other teams in the NHL.
Those teams _ Detroit and Minnesota _ have the top two power plays in the league.
The Flyers are 4 for 46 with the man advantage in their last 10 games, having suffered through Sunday's 0-for-7 outing in a 4-1 loss to Vancouver. They rank 24th among the league's 30 teams on the power play.
Two key players, Mark Recchi and Keith Primeau, are talking about changing the basic approach to attacking the net. Instead of going from the point to the net, they would use an inverted model that goes from the goal line out. …