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Couturier Faltering in Face-Off Circle

Couturier Faltering in Face-Off Circle

It's easy to overlook deficiencies in a young player's game when the team is still finding ways to win. Sitting in 9th place in the Eastern Conference with more games played than any other opponent,

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Claude Giroux Wins EA Sports Contest for Cover of NHL13

Claude Giroux Wins EA Sports Contest for Cover of NHL13

It isn't the Stanley Cup. It isn't even one of the annual trophies awarded by the NHL to the league's best players. As far as consolation prizes go, though, it's not bad; Claude Giroux will

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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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Flyers Firepower Frustrated by ‘Flower’ in Game Five

Flyers Firepower Frustrated by ‘Flower’ in Game Five

The Flyers returned to Pittsburgh for Game Five of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals after failing to take Game Four seriously. Their efforts in Game Five showed vast improvement, but their team defense failed on two

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Fates Intervention is Sean Couturiers Gain

Fates Intervention is Sean Couturiers Gain

“First of all, I’d like to say ‘hello’ to all our great fans in Winnipeg at the MTS Centre, at St. John’s Newfoundland, our affiliate in the American Hockey League, and the great fans that

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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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Revisiting the Flyers’ Calder and Hart Trophy Discussions

Revisiting the Flyers’ Calder and Hart Trophy Discussions

Back in mid-November, the discussion began here of whether Claude Giroux or Matt Read could earn honors from the Professional Hockey Writers' Association at the end of the regular season by winning the Hart and

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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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