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Bryzgalov, Flyers Show Signs of Life Against Devils

Bryzgalov, Flyers Show Signs of Life Against Devils

If the Philadelphia Flyers' 5-2 loss to the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday was "rock bottom," their 2-1 shootout victory on home ice was a positive step in the right direction. Not "perfect," but it

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Voracek, McGinn Ground Jets in 3-2 Win

Voracek, McGinn Ground Jets in 3-2 Win

The Philadelphia Flyers desperately needed to grind out a win against the Winnipeg Jets this evening after stumbling the night before in Toronto. It wasn't just a matter of earning another two points (though that

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Offense, Special Teams Flop in 2-1 Loss to Rangers

Offense, Special Teams Flop in 2-1 Loss to Rangers

The silver lining of the Philadelphia Flyers' season to date is that Ilya Bryzgalov has performed like a confident starting goaltender should. He ranks 8th in the NHL in goals-against-average among goaltenders with at least

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Flyers Lose Brayden Schenn to Suspension, Hartnell to Injury

Flyers Lose Brayden Schenn to Suspension, Hartnell to Injury

The Philadelphia Flyers, following an 0-3 start to the 2013 NHL season, received two more pieces of unfortunate news in advance of Thursday's tilt with the New York Rangers- Brayden Schenn has been suspended for

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Final Roster Set for Flyers Home Opener

Final Roster Set for Flyers Home Opener

All NHL teams were required to finalize their rosters today in preparation for tomorrow's opening games across the league. There aren't too many surprises on the Philadelphia Flyers' opening roster, but their line and pairing

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Phantoms Once Again in the AHL Basement

Phantoms Once Again in the AHL Basement

It has become an annual tradition that the Philadelphia Flyers' prospect depth has ranked last according to Hockeys Future. The trades in the summer of 2011 that eventually introduced Brayden Schenn and Sean Couturier into

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Phantoms Idling While Titans Rolling

Phantoms Idling While Titans Rolling

The Adirondack Phantoms and the Trenton Titans, the AHL and ECHL affiliates of the Philadelphia Flyers, have not started off their seasons headed in the same direction. The Phantoms have boasted a 3-4-0 record to

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Schenn, Read in Competiton for Second Line Opening

Schenn, Read in Competiton for Second Line Opening

Philadelphia Flyer forward Brayden Schenn reached a milestone today that, considering all of his accomplishments to date, might be surprising to some- he finally turned 21 years of age. As long as he stays far

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Flyers Have Room to Gamble with the 2012-13 NHL Season

Flyers Have Room to Gamble with the 2012-13 NHL Season

You can’t blame Philadelphia Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren for trying to snag Shea Weber for draft picks, but what’s done is done. Weber will be a Nashville Predator for the next fourteen years and

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JVR Trade Speculation Ignores Top Six Replacement Issue

JVR Trade Speculation Ignores Top Six Replacement Issue

James van Riemsdyk won his roster position on the Philadelphia Flyers after dominating the competition in training camp and during the preseason in 2009. Three years later, his stock has fallen considerably lower in the

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