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Flyers Qualify RFAs, Acquire Forward Kris Newbury

Flyers Qualify RFAs, Acquire Forward Kris Newbury

Following the exhausting marathon that was the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, the Philadelphia Flyers spent Monday taking care of business with their farm team. Earlier in the day, the organization tendered qualifying offers to four

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Timonen “Day to Day” With Lower Body Injury

Timonen “Day to Day” With Lower Body Injury

Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen took 13 shifts in the first period on Friday night, as the Flyers took on the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center. He skated nine shifts in the second

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Flyers Free Agency News and Notes: July 3

Flyers Free Agency News and Notes: July 3

While no big names have yet to sign in Philadelphia, there continues to be a flurry of activity and rumors surrounding the team. I’ve compiled the news below for brevity. The Flyers announced today three depth

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Assessing the Flyers Offseason: Defense

Assessing the Flyers Offseason: Defense

The focus of the 2010 offseason for the Philadelphia Flyers was improving the fifth and sixth defensemen positions after it became clear that Lukas Krajicek and Ryan Parent weren’t getting it done. With the focus

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Sabres Edge Flyers 1-0 in Game One of Playoffs

Sabres Edge Flyers 1-0 in Game One of Playoffs

Over the last quarter of the regular season, there were question marks surrounding the Philadelphia Flyers and their commitment to winning. If they weren’t sitting comfortably in first place, they were at least bouncing around

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Injuries To and Options for Flyers Defensive Depth

Injuries To and Options for Flyers Defensive Depth

The most shocking news of the day (which really wasn’t all that shocking) was that the Flyers placed troublesome forward Nikolai Zherdev on waivers. I’m not going to discuss that any further than what Micah

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Carrying Three Goaltenders Could Be Good Timing for Flyers in Road Ahead

It’s been well documented that the Flyers have a tough road ahead of them. If the stretch of games after their bonding trip to North Carolina was the first test of the season, this is

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Flyers Goaltending Picture to Get Clearer on Monday

In two days, the one-time conditioning period extension that the NHL granted the Flyers for goaltender Michael Leighton will officially end. His $1.55 million cap hit will come back on the payroll. Comments by general

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Syvret Returns to Phantoms in Minor League Trade

The Flyers organization finally figured out what to do with disgruntled forward Pat Maroon, who was dismissed from the Adirondack Phantoms several weeks ago due to his attitude towards teammates and the coaching staff. Maroon,

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