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Meszaros Traded to Bruins for Draft Picks

Meszaros Traded to Bruins for Draft Picks

The Flyers acquired defenseman Andrew MacDonald from the New York Islanders yesterday. As noted then, it would be difficult to evaluate that trade until all moves before the trade deadline were finalized on Wednesday. Just

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Flyers Acquire Defenseman MacDonald While Trade Deadline Approaches

Flyers Acquire Defenseman MacDonald While Trade Deadline Approaches

The Philadelphia Flyers announced on Tuesday afternoon that they have acquired defenseman Andrew MacDonald from the New York Islanders in exchange for a 2nd round pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, a 3rd round

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Breaking Down the Flyers, Canucks Trade Rumors

Breaking Down the Flyers, Canucks Trade Rumors

Louis Jean of TVA Sports broke the story several days ago that Ryan Kesler had requested a trade from the Vancouver Canucks. Kesler emphatically denied the accusation, but multiple reporters have since backed the story, citing

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On Niklas Grossmann, Shot Blocking and Advanced Stats

On Niklas Grossmann, Shot Blocking and Advanced Stats

Philadelphia Flyers head coach Craig Berube decided to bench third pairing defenseman Erik Gustafsson in place of third pairing defenseman Andrej Meszaros on Saturday for the final game prior to the Olympic break. Although it

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As Olympic Trade Freeze Nears, Flyers Must Make Decisions

As Olympic Trade Freeze Nears, Flyers Must Make Decisions

The main effect of an “Olympic” year on an NHL schedule is that the league has to compact eight-two regulation games in six and a half months, sans two weeks in February that would normally

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Five Flyers Headed to the Olympics Without Giroux

Five Flyers Headed to the Olympics Without Giroux

The deadline for finalizing the Olympic rosters for men's ice hockey was extended to January 7 in late December at the request of the Russian federation, who are hosting the 2014 Winter Olympics at Sochi,

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Mason Carries Flyers to First Win of the Berube Era

Mason Carries Flyers to First Win of the Berube Era

Standing with his hands on his hips, no suit jacket and loose tie, newly minted head coach Craig Berube responded to a reporter asking if he felt the Philadelphia Flyers looked like an improved team

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Laughton Makes Final Roster… For Now

Laughton Makes Final Roster… For Now

Five o'clock has come and past and NHL rosters for the 2013-14 season have all been submitted to the league offices. Scott Laughton, the first round draft pick of the Philadelphia Flyers in 2012, has

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Roster Decisions Loom as Flyers Finalize Line-Up

Roster Decisions Loom as Flyers Finalize Line-Up

To paraphrase a famous one-liner, "I watched the Philadelphia Flyers preseason with low expectations and I left disappointed." No one ever likes to make excuses, but the final record for the 2013 Flyers' team could

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Flyers “Stuck” With Extra Defensemen as League Spending Explodes

Flyers “Stuck” With Extra Defensemen as League Spending Explodes

The lockout that deprived stalwart NHL fans of their favorite brand of hockey last fall was, simply put, about money. Owners wanted a bigger piece of the revenue pie and the players tried to hold

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