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Voracek Finds New Home as Others Continue Looking

Voracek Finds New Home as Others Continue Looking

Ruslan Fedotenko was the first Philadelphia Flyer to find a new home for the 2012-13 season, but he certainly isn't the last. It was reported this afternoon by David Pagnotta of The Fourth Period via

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Schenn, Read in Competiton for Second Line Opening

Schenn, Read in Competiton for Second Line Opening

Philadelphia Flyer forward Brayden Schenn reached a milestone today that, considering all of his accomplishments to date, might be surprising to some- he finally turned 21 years of age. As long as he stays far

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Roster Adjustments Key for Game Three Success

Roster Adjustments Key for Game Three Success

Aside from Peter Laviolette screaming at his players that they need more "jam," the Philadelphia Flyers need to address their lack of offensive effort in Game Two of the Stanley Cup Semifinals against the New

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Flyers Squander Epic Bryzgalov Peformance in 4-1 Game Two Loss

Flyers Squander Epic Bryzgalov Peformance in 4-1 Game Two Loss

Matt Read scored for the Philadelphia Flyers just 2:53 into the first period of Game Two against the New Jersey Devils. Fans and media alike gushed over the forward depth that the Flyers are capable

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Briere Lifts Flyers over Devils in Game One

Briere Lifts Flyers over Devils in Game One

The week off between playoff games for the Philadelphia Flyers afforded them time to heal some injuries (notably defenseman Nicklas Grossmann’s concussion). It also slowed down their offense out of the gate, as the New

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Leadership by Committee and How Prongers Injury Shaped the 2012 Flyers

Leadership by Committee and How Prongers Injury Shaped the 2012 Flyers

There is a word that often gets thrown around blindly when discussing leadership, whether you’re talking about a sports team, a club organization, or a company. Ownership. It is often misunderstood and misused by upper

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Flyers End Penguins Season with Decisive Game Six Victory

Flyers End Penguins Season with Decisive Game Six Victory

A loss in Game Six of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals would not have been the last chance for the Philadelphia Flyers to advance to the next round, but it would have been an uphill climb

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Penguins Lose Composure, Fall 8-4 in Pivotal Game Three

Penguins Lose Composure, Fall 8-4 in Pivotal Game Three

The Pittsburgh Penguins entered Game Three of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals knowing that they needed to gain some ground on the Philadelphia Flyers if they wanted to make it out of the first round. Between

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Flyers Stun Hockey World with Brilliant Four Goal Comeback in Game 1

Flyers Stun Hockey World with Brilliant Four Goal Comeback in Game 1

Nobody said it was going to be easy. Unfortunately, the Flyers didn’t make it easy on themselves in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals against the Pittsburgh Penguins as they handed them a three

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Flyers Welcome Jussi Rynnas to NHL With 7-1 Bagging

Flyers Welcome Jussi Rynnas to NHL With 7-1 Bagging

A lot of things went wrong this season for the Toronto Maple Leafs, who were in the mix for a playoff position before nose-diving in the latter half of February and March. As if being

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