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Berube Deserves Credit for Jumpstarting Lecavalier

Berube Deserves Credit for Jumpstarting Lecavalier

The Philadelphia Flyers' signing of Vinny Lecavalier in the 2013 NHL offseason came as a surprise when it was announced, but the transaction made sense on paper. The Flyers were buying out the remainder of

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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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On the Road Again; Hawks Win 2013 Stanley Cup

On the Road Again; Hawks Win 2013 Stanley Cup

Four years ago (give or take a week), the Chicago Blackhawks won their first Stanley Cup in 49 years. Patrick Kane's All-Star finishing move, otherwise known as "just throw it at the net," beat goaltender

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Trade Deadline Week Continues but Flyers Stand Pat

Trade Deadline Week Continues but Flyers Stand Pat

The Philadelphia Flyers continue to be linked to various potential trade pieces across the NHL, but aside from the trade of Harry Zolnierczyk, the organization has refrained from making any further moves. My thoughts on

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Flyers Rally to Win Weekend Games Against Bruins, Capitals

Flyers Rally to Win Weekend Games Against Bruins, Capitals

"The guys want it. You can see it. You can talk about the battle and the compete. That's how they're playing... they sense it. They believe. There's hope. Those are some powerful things." That quote

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NHL, Players Agree to Gimmicky Meeting on Tuesday

NHL, Players Agree to Gimmicky Meeting on Tuesday

I've been reluctant to continue reporting on the ongoing NHL lockout talks, largely due to concerns over my blood pressure and the waste of time that it would encompass. Last week, both the NHL and

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Read Key to Flyers Fourth Line Success

Read Key to Flyers Fourth Line Success

The fourth line in hockey is the least appreciated. They’re often the plugs, the role players, the goons and the also-rans. During the Stanley Cup Finals, though, the fourth line almost always joins the superstars

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With Bruins Loss, Flyers Avoid Rangers in Round Two

With Bruins Loss, Flyers Avoid Rangers in Round Two

Banking a rebound from former Flyer Mike Knuble, Joel Ward scored the biggest goal of his career as he closed the door on the season of the defending Stanley Cup champions, the Boston Bruins. As

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Flyers Battle Hard Against Bruins but Fall in Shootout 6-5

Flyers Battle Hard Against Bruins but Fall in Shootout 6-5

The Flyers entered this afternoon’s game against the Boston Bruins with a total of eight rookies in the line-up as a result of injuries yesterday to Jaromir Jagr and Danny Briere. The team could have

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Why Bryzgalov Should Start This Week in Preparation for Boston

Why Bryzgalov Should Start This Week in Preparation for Boston

The Flyers finally return home this week following a road trip that saw them earn four of a possible eight points. The second loss occurred last night as Peter Laviolette went back to Ilya Bryzgalov

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