• December 6, 2022
Revisiting Paul Holmgrens Ten Best Moves as Manager

Revisiting Paul Holmgrens Ten Best Moves as Manager

Former Philadelphia Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren endured a lot of criticism during his tenure, as would be expected of any manager who failed to bring a championship trophy to Philadelphia under his (or her)

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Hextall Promoted to Flyers GM as Holmgren Ascends to Team President

Hextall Promoted to Flyers GM as Holmgren Ascends to Team President

When the Philadelphia media spoke with Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider and general manager Paul Holmgren as part of a series of "exit interviews" last Friday evening following the team's first round dismissal from the

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Game Seven Loss a Microcosm for Flyers Season

Game Seven Loss a Microcosm for Flyers Season

The Philadelphia Flyers staved off elimination from the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals on Tuesday night, providing the home crowd one more opportunity to relish in the possibilities of what this roster could accomplish when they pulled

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Steve Mason, Flyers Even Series Again

Steve Mason, Flyers Even Series Again

Philadelphia Flyers head coach Craig Berube received a bit of criticism for his decision to start Ray Emery for Game Three of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals against the New York Rangers. Emery had backstopped the

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MSG Loss Streak Ends as Flyers Even Up Series

MSG Loss Streak Ends as Flyers Even Up Series

Madison Square Garden has not been kind to the Philadelphia Flyers over the last few seasons. The Flyers' futility against the New York Rangers while on the road has been noted in many a first

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Penalties, Lack of Offense Stifle Flyers in Game One Loss

Penalties, Lack of Offense Stifle Flyers in Game One Loss

The Philadelphia Flyers dropped Game One of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals to the New York Rangers. It was not one for the history books. Good efforts in the defensive end contained the Rangers through two

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Flyers Sign Defenseman Andrew MacDonald to Six Year Extension

Flyers Sign Defenseman Andrew MacDonald to Six Year Extension

The Philadelphia Flyers announced on Tuesday morning that they have re-signed defenseman Andrew MacDonald to a six year, $30 million extension. MacDonald, 27, was acquired at the trade deadline from the New York Islanders in

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Flyers Prospect Gostisbehere Shines in NCAA Championship Game

Flyers Prospect Gostisbehere Shines in NCAA Championship Game

Defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere was a standout for the Union College Dutchmen when they earned a berth in the Frozen Four in 2012. Gostisbehere was a 19 year-old, undrafted freshman at the time. Union would go

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Flyers Set for First Round Face-Off with Rangers

Flyers Set for First Round Face-Off with Rangers

The Philadelphia Flyers clinched a postseason berth on Tuesday after manhandling the Florida Panthers to the tune of five goals, but their first dance partner of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals was unknown until Saturday afternoon.

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Zac Rinaldo Suspended For Remainder of Regular Season

Zac Rinaldo Suspended For Remainder of Regular Season

The NHL Department of Player Safety announced on Monday afternoon that Philadelphia Flyers fourth liner Zac Rinaldo has been suspended for four games, or the remainder of the Flyers' regular season. "As the video shows,

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