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Should Philadelphia Follow Boston’s Lead with Future Outdoor Hockey Events?

Should Philadelphia Follow Boston’s Lead with Future Outdoor Hockey Events?

When the Boston Bruins hosted the Philadelphia Flyers in the 2010 NHL Winter Classic at Fenway Park, the organization capitalized on the opportunity by renting out the rink to other local high school and college

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Flyers Defense Falls Short to Rangers 4-2 in Winter Classic Preview

Flyers Defense Falls Short to Rangers 4-2 in Winter Classic Preview

In the first meeting between the Philadelphia Flyers and New York Rangers this season, the Flyers were shut out in part because of the spectacular goaltending of Henrik Lundqvist.  The Swedish netminder wasn't perfect tonight,

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Bruins Blast Flyers in 6-0 Blowout

Bruins Blast Flyers in 6-0 Blowout

There is a famous riddle that asks, “What happens when the unstoppable force meets the immovable object?” The Flyers came into this afternoon’s game with a seven-game win streak while the Bruins were working with

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Do We Have A Goaltender Controversy With Bryzgalov And Bobrovsky?

Do We Have A Goaltender Controversy With Bryzgalov And Bobrovsky?

Who would have ever thought that last year’s rookie sensation, Sergei Bobrovsky, would now find himself playing backup to Ilya Bryzgalov? After the goaltending debacle in last year’s playoffs, something needed to be done. The

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The Ups And Downs Of The Flyers Early Season

The Ups And Downs Of The Flyers Early Season

Many of us were excited for the Flyers season to begin in order to see what the team would look like with a new core of players and a new bonafide goaltender. Many of us

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Lessons Learned from Bruins Triumph over Canucks for Stanley Cup

Lessons Learned from Bruins Triumph over Canucks for Stanley Cup

It was the Vancouver Canucks' Cup to lose, and they lost it to the Boston Bruins in epic fashion.The Bruins, who have never played in a Game 7 Stanley Cup Final despite being an original

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Carcillo Suspended for Two Games in 2011-12 Season

Carcillo Suspended for Two Games in 2011-12 Season

Dan Carcillo has been suspended by the NHL for the first two games of the 2011-12 season “for his actions off the ice following the first period of Game #4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals

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Flyers Season Ends in a 5-1 Whimper

Flyers Season Ends in a 5-1 Whimper

“This is the way the world ends. Not with a bang, but a whimper.” The end to poet T.S. Eliot’s famous poem Hollow Men doesn’t have much to do with the Flyers’ season ending 5-1

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Game Three Loss put Flyers in a Choking Situation

Game Three Loss put Flyers in a Choking Situation

Sixty three seconds. The Flyers broke a franchise record by allowing two goals in the first sixty seconds of tonight's Game Three blowout. Aside from Sean O’Donnell showing Nathan Harton that you’re never too old

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JVRidiculous Not Enough to Take Game Two

JVRidiculous Not Enough to Take Game Two

Fifty-four shots on net sounds impressive, but the Flyers will still head to Game Three against the Boston Bruins down two games to none. James Van “Ridiculous” put the Flyers up 2-0 early in the

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