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Philadelphia Flyers Winger Steve Downie More Valuable Than You Think

After a sizzling hot month of March, the Philadelphia Flyers (39-28-9) have cooled off over the past two weeks, going 1-3-2 in their past six games. Coincidentally, or maybe not, right winger Steve Downie has missed those six games with a number of issues, one of which has been rumored to be a concussion. The Inquirer’s Sam Carchidi reported […]

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Flyers Interested in Defensive Prospect Christian Folin: Scouting Report and More

Per Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie), the Flyers have shown interest in UMass-Lowell River Hawks Defenseman Christian Folin. Entering the offseason Folin is considered the top college UFA for teams looking to boost their Defense as the Flyers are. The Flyers are a team looking to increase their pool of young defenseman; they have started off well by drafting players […]

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Giroux Malkin

WATCH: Claude Giroux’s Big Hit on Evgeni Malkin

Everyone remembers Claude Giroux’s massive hit on Sidney Crosby a few years ago in the playoffs; this time, Giroux decided to make sure Evgeni Malkin did not feel left out, blowing up the Penguins forward in the 2nd period of today’s game. Giroux and the Flyers lead 4-0 after two periods.

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Claude Giroux Extension

The Resurgence of Flyers Captain Claude Giroux

It’s amazing how far The Captain has come in such a short time. Earlier in the season, Claude Giroux couldn’t find the back of the net to save his life; this slump plus a complete team slump cost Peter Laviolette his job and got the Flyers off to a miserable 1-7-0 start to the season. […]

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Andrew MacDonald Traded to Flyers

Flyers Trade Two Picks, Prospect for Defenseman Andrew MacDonald

The Philadelphia Flyers have made their first key move before tomorrow’s trade deadline, dealing a 2014 3rd-round pick, a 2015 2nd-round pick, and Phantoms forward Matt Mangene to the New York Islanders for defenseman Andrew MacDonald. For a team looking desperately for an mobile, puck-moving blue-liner, this wasn’t too bad a move considering his relatively low […]

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Steve Mason Contract Extension

Report: Flyers, Goalie Steve Mason Agree to Contract Extension

The Philadelphia Flyers are not a franchise used to solid goaltending, game-in, game-out. That’s what they have gotten from former Calder Trophy-winning goalie Steve Mason, and according to ESPN’s Pierre Lebrun, the Flyers have inked Mason, in the last year of his contract, to an extension. Mason is 19-11-5 for the Flyers this season, posting […]

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Matt Read Contract Extension

Matt Read Will Return Tonight for the Philadelphia Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers will finally be back to full strength along the front line, with winger Matt Read set to return tonight against Buffalo according to the team’s beat writers. Read will play in all situations tonight, Berube says.— Sam Carchidi (@BroadStBull) January 14, 2014 Read has missed the Flyers’ past six games with a […]

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Steve Downie Flyers

Flyers News: Steve Downie Out, Ray Emery In Net vs Rangers Tonight

Yes, this is happening. Per several reports, including the Flyers’ Anthony SanFilippo, Steve Downie will be a healthy scratch tonight for the Philadelphia Flyers as they face the New York Rangers in a key Metropolitan Divions matchup. He will be replaced in the lineup by Jay Rosehill; this likely means Tye McGinn will be promoted […]

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Tye McGinn Flyers

Tye McGinn Active for the Flyers

Flyers winger Tye McGinn, recently re-called from AHL Adirondack, will be active in his first game back with the big-league club, per @BroadStBull. McGinn is replacing Zac Rinaldo on the 4th line, joining Chris VandeVelde and Adam Hall. He has 3 goals in just six games for the Flyers, and is 4th in the NHL […]

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Brayden Schenn Flyers Injury

Flyers News: Brayden Schenn Injury Update

The Philadelphia Flyers have released some information about forward Brayden Schenn, who was injured in last night’s game against the Washington Capitals. Schenn, who took a vicious hit from Tom Wilson in the 2nd period, has been diagnosed with upper back and neck stiffness. The key news here, however, is that he does not have […]

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Evander Kane Flyers

Report: Flyers Interested in Jets LW Evander Kane

The Philadelphia Flyers are in between being a postseason contender and a cellar-dweller. After a strong homestand, the Flyers (14-15-3) have gone 4-5-1 in their last ten, and are 11th in the Eastern Conference. They are two points behind 8th-place Carolina. It looks like GM Paul Holmgren, however, may be interested in making a big […]

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Capitals 7, Flyers 0

Flyers Analysis: 3 Observations from Blowout Loss to Capitals

Manav Khandelwal is a credentialed Flyers reporter for Main Line Media News. To follow him on Twitter, click here. To check out his full game report from last night, click here. The Philadelphia Flyers may have hit rock-bottom in last night’s 7-0 loss to the Ovechkin-less Washington Capitals. After the game, Claude Giroux’s first two […]

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