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Following the Flyers’ Former Free Agents

Following the Flyers’ Former Free Agents

August is swiftly approaching, much to the joy of hockey fans anxiously waiting for the offseason to end. There has been little roster movement around the NHL, though teams have continued tying up loose ends

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Boucher Recalled as Leighton Placed on IR

Boucher Recalled as Leighton Placed on IR

The Philadelphia Flyers announced this afternoon that back-up goaltender Michael Leighton has been placed on injured reserve (IR) with an "upper body injury." Brian Boucher has been recalled to take his place in the interim.

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Boucher Traded Back to Philly; Deja Vu All Over Again

Boucher Traded Back to Philly; Deja Vu All Over Again

Former Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Brian Boucher had been practicing in Voorhees recently while the NHL lockout slowly came to an end. He was set to re-join the Carolina Hurricanes on the second year of his

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Free Agency Destinations for 2010-11 Flyers and Other Free Agency Talk

Free Agency Destinations for 2010-11 Flyers and Other Free Agency Talk

It’s amazing how different the 2011-12 Flyers will look compared to this past season’s team, but you have to give general manager Paul Holmgren some credit for not being afraid to mix up what didn’t

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Assessing the Flyers Offseason: Goaltending (Part 1)

Assessing the Flyers Offseason: Goaltending (Part 1)

Less than a week ago, CSNPhilly quoted Ed Snider as stating, “We’ll evaluate everything when the season’s over.” Unfortunately, the season is over and it’s time for looking back while looking ahead. There is no

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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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Flyers Railroaded 7-3 in Disappointing Game One

Flyers Railroaded 7-3 in Disappointing Game One

Any hope that the Flyers’ strong play from Game Seven of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals would carry over against Boston was dashed less than two minutes into Game One, as David Krejci scored on the

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Predictions for Flyers-Bruins Round Two

Predictions for Flyers-Bruins Round Two

In the post-game press conference after Game Seven, Chuck Gormley of the Courier-Post began to ask Chris Pronger who he would prefer to face in the Stanley Cup Semifinals. Smiling, Pronger cut him off and

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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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