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Time Running Out For Tye McGinn?

Time Running Out For Tye McGinn?

The philosophy touted by new Philadelphia Flyers general manager Ron Hextall in the past month and a half has been “build though the draft.” Hextall also stressed back in May the key positions to build

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Mason, Flyers Shut Out Red Wings 5-0

Mason, Flyers Shut Out Red Wings 5-0

Claude Giroux called Saturday's 6-1 loss to the Boston Bruins "the most embarrassing game I've been involved with." The Philadelphia Flyers seemingly lost every battle along the boards and were unable to sustain offensive pressure

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Flyers Third Line Continues Dominance in 6-3 Win in Detroit

Flyers Third Line Continues Dominance in 6-3 Win in Detroit

Talk to any hockey player in a post-game interview and you're usually going to hear some combination of "lucky bounces," "give credit to their goalie," and "we need to play a full sixty minutes." Although

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Cleary Reverses Decision, Signs with Red Wings

Cleary Reverses Decision, Signs with Red Wings

Elliotte Friedman of Hockey Night in Canada dropped the first bit of news on Wednesday that veteran forward Dan Cleary would not be joining the Philadelphia Flyers. It had been reported on Tuesday that Cleary would

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Just How Privileged Are the Pittsburgh Penguins?

Just How Privileged Are the Pittsburgh Penguins?

The Pittsburgh Penguins have been under scrutiny over the last two weeks from players, coaches and media personalities alike for a perceived "favoritism" from the NHL. New York Rangers coach John Tortorella was fined $20,000

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Flyers Honor Mark Howe with Defensively Strong 3-2 Win Against Red Wings

Flyers Honor Mark Howe with Defensively Strong 3-2 Win Against Red Wings

The Flyers retired long-time defenseman Mark Howe’s #2 in a touching ceremony that preceded tonight’s puck drop with the Detroit Red Wings. He suggested in his speech that he was hoping to return to the

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Flyers to Retire Mark Howes Number

Flyers to Retire Mark Howes Number

CSNPhilly reported yesterday that, following defenseman Mark Howe’s induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame, his jersey number (#2) will be retired during the March 6 meeting between the Philadelphia Flyers and the Detroit Red

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Final Regular Season Test for Flyers is Surviving Injuries

The 2010-2011 Philadelphia Flyers have one of the best rosters on paper, but so did the previous season’s team. That group largely underachieved through the first half of the season, failing to meet expectations due

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The Story of Villedelphia

After the second game of the playoffs against the New Jersey Devils, I phoned in to the radio show “Hockey Night in Canada Radio” and asked host Jeff Marek what he thought the chances were

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