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Flyers Special Teams Tame Wild in 5-1 Win

Flyers Special Teams Tame Wild in 5-1 Win

If you take a step back from the game-to-game highlights, it’s impressive that the Flyers accumulated 56 points thus far considering they had only played at home nine times since November 9. With a 5-1

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Briere, Bryzgalov Carry Flyers to 3-2 Overtime Thriller Against Senators

Briere, Bryzgalov Carry Flyers to 3-2 Overtime Thriller Against Senators

Saturday afternoon hockey games always carry with them the danger that the team may not have its legs ready for a full sixty minutes. Carrying the Flyers at both ends of the ice, Danny Briere

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Christmas Gifts For Each Of The Flyers – Part 1

Christmas Gifts For Each Of The Flyers – Part 1

As 2011 comes close to turning into 2012, I thought it would be an interesting idea to give each Flyer a gift that will help them through the stretch run of the season and into,

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Flyers Glaring Inconsistency Shows Itself Head Again

Flyers Glaring Inconsistency Shows Itself Head Again

In a less-than-inspiring effort last night the Flyers fell to the hapless Carolina Hurricanes 4-2 at the Wells Fargo Center for their second straight loss in regulation to a non-playoff team. The Flyers played without

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Flyers Extend Coburn for Four More Years

Flyers Extend Coburn for Four More Years

The Flyers announced today that they have officially signed defenseman Braydon Coburn to a four-year, $18 million contract extension.  The signing was first broken by the twitter account "@NHLFreeagents" last night, but was confirmed by

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No Rhythm Against Blues for Flyers

No Rhythm Against Blues for Flyers

It doesn’t matter if you’re the Phoenix Coyotes or the Philadelphia Flyers- if an NHL team doesn’t get its skating legs going from the drop of the puck, the rest of the period becomes an

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NHL News and Notes: October 17, 2011

NHL News and Notes: October 17, 2011

The following notes are my take on some of the news items that have circulated the NHL over the last day.  If a story has any relevance to the Flyers, it’s here. The Flyers travel

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Flyers Edge Rangers 5-3 in Winter Classic Showcase

Flyers Edge Rangers 5-3 in Winter Classic Showcase

The NHL “announced” earlier today that the Philadelphia Flyers will face off against the New York Rangers at Citizen’s Bank Park on January 2, 2012- a game that has been unofficially confirmed for about six

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As Timonen Gets Closer to Retirement, What Will Happen at the Blue Line?

As Timonen Gets Closer to Retirement, What Will Happen at the Blue Line?

Kimmo Timonen, 36 year-old iron man of the Philadelphia Flyers’ defensive corps, is two years away from the expiration of his current $6.33 million contract. He has indicated on numerous occasions that he intends to

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Assessing the Flyers Offseason: Defense

Assessing the Flyers Offseason: Defense

The focus of the 2010 offseason for the Philadelphia Flyers was improving the fifth and sixth defensemen positions after it became clear that Lukas Krajicek and Ryan Parent weren’t getting it done. With the focus

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