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Flyers Special Teams Tame Wild in 5-1 Win

Flyers Special Teams Tame Wild in 5-1 Win

If you take a step back from the game-to-game highlights, it’s impressive that the Flyers accumulated 56 points thus far considering they had only played at home nine times since November 9. With a 5-1

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Spotlight On A Flyer:  Matt Read

Spotlight On A Flyer: Matt Read

Over the summer, Chris Pryor, director of hockey operations for the Flyers, raved about Matt Read, the unheard of prospect out of Bemidji State University. General Manager Paul Holmgren also raved about the 5’10 winger

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Flyers Make Roster Changes as Qualifying Offers Released

Flyers Make Roster Changes as Qualifying Offers Released

The roster for the 2011-12 Philadelphia Flyers continues to take form as the deadline for sending qualifying offers to restricted free agents passed at 5:00 PM this evening. Andreas Nodl has been signed to a

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My Thoughts- Flyers/Lightning 4-3 Shootout Win

My Thoughts- Flyers/Lightning 4-3 Shootout Win

Having been unable to travel to Tampa Bay for tonight’s match-up (and thus no post-game quotes), I am stealing Micah’s format for my thoughts on the Flyers' 4-3 shootout victory over the Lightning. What I

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Zherdev Finds New Friends as Flyers Topple Canadiens 5-3

It wasn’t long ago that I tried to weigh the pros and cons of trading Nikolay Zherdev. Even though he hadn’t appeared to find a comfortable place with the team, it just made more sense

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Penguins Winning Streak Ends as Flyers Recapture First Place

Arguably one of the most built-up games of the year thus far, the Flyers shut down rivals the Pittsburgh Penguins tonight in a gripping 3-2 win at the Wells Fargo Center. The Penguins, on a

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Post Game Notes: Flyers/Devils

The Flyers had back-to-back games this weekend against Atlantic Division rivals the New Jersey Devils and the New York Islanders. They came away with four points to tie for the lead again in the Eastern

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Everything Old is New Again: Flyers Penalty Kill Back to 2009 Form

This post is coming a day later than I anticipated, but a tryptophan-induced coma made forming complete sentences difficult. First off, I just want to give thanks to Micah Warren and Gary Cobb for giving

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Blue Jackets Get the Better of Flyers in 2-1 Loss

The Flyers dropped their first regulation road game against the Columbus Blue Jackets tonight in a disappointing 2-1 loss. Almost everything that went right against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night went wrong again

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Flyers Take Leafs to the Curb in 5-2 Win

As disappointing as the Phillies loss last night was to Philadelphia, the Flyers stepped up in all the right ways on their way to a 5-2 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs. Entering the game,

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