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Philadelphia Flyers Offseason Report Card: Grading Each Move

In my opinion—one that is likely shared by many of you out there—it is safe to say that the Philadelphia Flyers have really missed their mark when it comes to offseason acquisitions. General Manager Paul Holmgren is used to getting what he wants when he wants it, but this summer has been a completely different story […]

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NHL Lockout Update: Details, Twitter Reaction and Flyers’ Preparation

On Thursday, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman gave a warning about a possible lockout for the 2012 NHL season. Both the NHL and the NHLPA have a month and four days to agree on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement before the current one expires. The expiration date for the current CBA is September 15. If indeed […]

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Stanley Cup Playoffs: Flyers Clinch in Rout over Penguins

On Sunday afternoon, the Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Penguins, 5-1, in a hard-fought win to clinch their first-round series. With the Penguins being picked to win the Stanley Cup by Las Vegas, the Flyers used this as motivation and wouldn’t accept anything other than defeating the Penguins in this series. The Flyers had a 3-0 […]

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Stanley Cup Playoffs: Flyers, Penguins Rivalry Growing

As the playoffs begin tomorrow, thoughts of the grudge match between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers are really starting to heat up. Fans are quickly getting into it and everyone is becoming a fan of the “Because it’s the Cup” commercials on TV. It’s that time of year again, where the season you have […]

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Briere, Grossman Injury Update

As we move towards the Stanley Cup Playoffs, health is a huge factor for any team. Health is especially critical for the Flyers coming down to the final stretch of the season, as they want to clinch home ice advantage for the likely Pennsylvania matchup. Two critical players went down on Sunday in the Cross […]

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Schenn, Simmonds Lead Flyers’ Rout of Leafs

After suffering a chipped bone fracture in his right foot on Monday against Tampa Bay, starting goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov was forced to miss Thursday’s game against the Maple Leafs.  Sergei Bobrovsky was given only his second start in the past 6 weeks tonight, and the sophomore sure made it count as Philly rocked Toronto, 7-1. […]

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Panthers Down Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers (42-23-8) lost to the Florida Panthers by a final score of 2-1 on Tuesday night. The Panthers extended their winning streak to 5 games. A familiar situation was presented to the Flyers on Tuesday night, when the Panthers scored the first goal just 13 minutes and 4 seconds into the first period […]

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Flyers in the Final Stretch

With 12 games remaining for the Flyers this season, they remain 6 points out of first place in the Atlantic Division and the Eastern Conference. They currently sit in 3rd place in the Division behind the Pittsburgh Penguins and the New York Rangers. In the next 12 games the Flyers will face the Penguins 3 […]

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Bryzgaloving: Flyers Goalie Riding High

Many Flyers fans are holding their breaths, hoping that this is not just a lucky stretch for Flyers goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov. The Flyers have won the 7 out of their last 9 games against some strong opponents. Ilya’s recent, strong play, coupled with his surprising humility, has made Flyers’ fans begin to love the goalie […]

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Timonen and Meszaros Out Indefinitely

Defenseman Kimmo Timonen and Andrej Meszaros are both out indefinitely with lower-body injuries. With three key defenseman missing practice on Saturday, two of them are out with injuries. Braydon Coburn, Kimmo Timonen, and Andrej Meszaros all missed practice Saturday and the only one to be in the lineup Sunday night against the Washington Capitals is […]

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JVR Likely Out for Season

James Van Riemsdyk’s season just got a lot worse. In the first period of Thursday night’s game against the Isles, the Flyers’ left winger took a puck to the foot. JVR took a puck directly to the left foot in an attempt to block a shot by Islanders’ forward Milan Jurcina. He was able to […]

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Flyers Don’t Make Changes

In a last second push for a final pickup, the Flyers, who right now are 5th in the East, 11 points behind the division rival Rangers, were not able to/did not want to make any moves to increase their depth going into the stretch run. Many names were being thrown around at 2:30 today, but […]

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