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Dominant Effort Lifts Flyers Past Sabres to Round Two

Dominant Effort Lifts Flyers Past Sabres to Round Two

Game Sevens can be a nervewracking affair- the season’s on the line and all it takes is a split-second decision to put your team down. For the Philadelphia Flyers, though, they’ve been through enough Game

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Sabres Extend Flyers Losing Streak with 5-3 Win

Sabres Extend Flyers Losing Streak with 5-3 Win

Despite a strong first period, the Flyers have lost their third in a row in today’s matinee against the Buffalo Sabres. The Sabres, fighting for a playoff position and on the outside looking in, outworked

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Rod Brind’Amour Night Ends in Canes Favor, 3-2

Rod Brind’Amour Night Ends in Canes Favor, 3-2

“Man, sometimes you gotta hand it to the goalie, made a sick save. But does anyone know the going rate for a goal these days? #cantbuyone” That was tweeted by Flyers defenseman Matt Carle about

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Coburn, Meszaros Lead Flyers to Close Win Against Capitals

The Washington Capitals haven’t been the force of reckoning this season that many had expected them to be after winning the 2009-2010 President’s Trophy, and yet the Philadelphia Flyers can’t seem to wrap things up

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Bruins Topple Flyers in Back-and-Forth Nailbiter

The Flyers-Bruins rivalry has really picked up steam since the 2010 playoffs, and while the animosity hasn’t reached the levels of the 1970s, every game this season has been a fast-paced nailbiter. Tonight was no

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Will the Flyers Really Dress Eight Defensemen Heading into Next Season?

Recent statements by Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren suggest that the team is comfortable moving forward with eight defensemen next season, when most teams roll with seven.  With the acquisition of Matt Walker in the

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Recent Signings and News Suggest Flyers Don’t Know What They’re Doing

During the off-season, most NHL teams look to fill the lineup deficiencies that became apparent over the past season.  For the Philadelphia Flyers, the holes to fill are pretty clear: Starting goaltender Upgraded fifth and

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Flyers Upgrade Defense with Free Agency, But at What Cost?

Heading into free agency, one of the aims of the Flyers organization was to improve the fifth and sixth defenseman positions in light of the inexperience shown in the Stanley Cup Finals with rookie Oskars

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NHL Salary Cap Raised 5% for Next Season; Flyers Fans Rejoice

The National Hockey League Player’s Association (NHLPA) elected today to increase the salary cap by 5%.  The salary cap next season will be roughly $59 million, raising the Philadelphia Flyers' available cap space to $10.2

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Flyers Blowout Canadiens, Then Play It Down

What was that last night? It was a party on the ice as the Philadelphia Flyers put on a dominating performance to take a 1-0 lead in their best of seven series with a 6-0

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