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Pre-Game Notes for Flyers-Sabres Game Seven

Pre-Game Notes for Flyers-Sabres Game Seven

The weather outside of the Wells Fargo Center is beautiful and the Flyers have finished loosening up with a soccer ball outside of the locker room in preparation for Game 7. The puck drops in

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Laviolette’s Foolish Decision To Start Leighton Almost Cost Flyers Game Six

Laviolette’s Foolish Decision To Start Leighton Almost Cost Flyers Game Six

What was Peter Laviolette thinking? Down 3-2 in the series with the Boston Bruins, Laviolette found himself faced with another decision to make about who his starting goalie would be after Brian Boucher struggled in

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Flyers Force Game Seven with 5-4 OT Win

Flyers Force Game Seven with 5-4 OT Win

The decision to start goaltender Michael Leighton in Game Six of the Stanley Cup quarterfinals nearly became one that Flyers coach Peter Laviolette would have to explain for a long time to come. With three

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Mystery In The Crease:  Who Starts Game Six?

Mystery In The Crease: Who Starts Game Six?

Ah, the good ole' days of Bernie Parent. Where did that time go? If only the Flyers could only find a goalie with half the talent of Parent, the team would have no trouble advancing

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Starting Goaltender for Game Six is Anyones Guess

Starting Goaltender for Game Six is Anyones Guess

With their backs up against the wall, the Flyers have run out of time to fix the problems that have plagued them in their series against the Buffalo Sabres- penalties, powerplays, and inconsistent efforts from

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Herculean Comeback Not Enough As Flyers Fall in Game Five

Herculean Comeback Not Enough As Flyers Fall in Game Five

With the series tied at 2-2, the Stanley Cup Quarterfinal series between the Philadelphia Flyers and the Buffalo Sabres has become a best of three. Taking back the lead was critical for the Flyers, but

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Flyers Build off Saturday Success to Take Game Three 4-2

Flyers Build off Saturday Success to Take Game Three 4-2

The Flyers’ 4-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres in Game Three was another nailbiter, but they managed to hold onto the win to take the series lead for the first time. Despite a potential goalie

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Game Three Injury and Goaltending Updates for Flyers

Game Three Injury and Goaltending Updates for Flyers

The Flyers have fared decently in the first two games of the 2011 NHL Playoffs, tying the series last night against the Buffalo Sabres, but many have been left wondering when Chris Pronger will finally

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Flyers Tie Series in Penalty Riddled Game Two

Flyers Tie Series in Penalty Riddled Game Two

The second meeting of the 2011 playoffs between the Philadelphia Flyers and Buffalo Sabres was a much more belligerent affair than the first, with a 3-3 score, a fight, and Philadelphia’s goaltender pulled within the

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Goaltending Costs Flyers 5-4 Loss Against Capitals

Goaltending Costs Flyers 5-4 Loss Against Capitals

Tonight's 5-4 shootout loss to the Washington Capitals was exciting, tense, and ultimately disappointing. Ignoring the average first period, the Flyers absolutely dominated the Caps at even strength during the last 40 minutes. The top

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