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Left and Leaving: Lecavalier Likely Out the Door

Left and Leaving: Lecavalier Likely Out the Door

It has been reported through multiple outlets that Philadelphia Flyers general manager Ron Hextall has had discussions with forward Vinny Lecavalier’s agent, Kent Hughes, about the future of his client in the City of Brotherly

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Flyers Acquire Defenseman MacDonald While Trade Deadline Approaches

Flyers Acquire Defenseman MacDonald While Trade Deadline Approaches

The Philadelphia Flyers announced on Tuesday afternoon that they have acquired defenseman Andrew MacDonald from the New York Islanders in exchange for a 2nd round pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, a 3rd round

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Emerys Future In Question with Mason Extension

Emerys Future In Question with Mason Extension

The talk of the weekend for Philadelphia Flyers fans has been the contract extension to goaltender Steve Mason, and just what that means for the Flyers moving forward. What about “Razor Ray" Emery? Emery signed

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On the Road Again; Hawks Win 2013 Stanley Cup

On the Road Again; Hawks Win 2013 Stanley Cup

Four years ago (give or take a week), the Chicago Blackhawks won their first Stanley Cup in 49 years. Patrick Kane's All-Star finishing move, otherwise known as "just throw it at the net," beat goaltender

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David Clarkson, Top Free Agents Aren’t the Answer for Flyers

David Clarkson, Top Free Agents Aren’t the Answer for Flyers

There are two adjectives that NHL organizations often claim to be a part of their management blueprint- “bigger” and “faster.” During the end-of-year locker cleanout, Philadelphia Flyers’ general manager Paul Holmgren told reporters that the

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Flyers Hold Off Late Rally To Clip Blackhawks 5-4

Flyers Hold Off Late Rally To Clip Blackhawks 5-4

One of Peter Laviolette's focus points with the Flyers this week was the average 8-6-2 record the team had on home ice heading into tonight's game against the Chicago Blackhawks.  A second point was to

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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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NHL Playoff Notes From Wednesday

NHL Playoff Notes From Wednesday

For the Philadelphia Flyers, there isn’t much news to report. Chris Pronger, Andreas Nodl, and Sergei Bobrovsky will not be in the line-up tonight for game four of the Flyers-Sabres series. I thought I would

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Former Flyers, Where Are They Now? The Central Division

Continuing with the Western Conference, I am taking a look at all of the former NHL players for the Philadelphia Flyers who are still in the league today, and are currently playing for a team

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Not a hoax: Eastern Conference trophy engraved with wrong team

On August 2, Chicago Blackhawks fan Brendan Millhouser posted photos of the Prince of Wales Trophy taken from a two-day Blackhawks fan convention on Rockthered.net and Twitter. The Prince of Wales Trophy is presented annually

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