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MSG Loss Streak Ends as Flyers Even Up Series

MSG Loss Streak Ends as Flyers Even Up Series

Madison Square Garden has not been kind to the Philadelphia Flyers over the last few seasons. The Flyers' futility against the New York Rangers while on the road has been noted in many a first

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Flyers Acquire Defenseman MacDonald While Trade Deadline Approaches

Flyers Acquire Defenseman MacDonald While Trade Deadline Approaches

The Philadelphia Flyers announced on Tuesday afternoon that they have acquired defenseman Andrew MacDonald from the New York Islanders in exchange for a 2nd round pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, a 3rd round

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Coburn’s Value Returning as one of Few Reliable Flyers Defensemen

Coburn’s Value Returning as one of Few Reliable Flyers Defensemen

Braydon Coburn has not received much praise over the last season and a half among Philadelphia Flyers fans (the nickname "Slowburn" comes to mind). I’ve been somewhat critical myself of the 28 year-old defenseman, suggesting in

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Flyers, Phantoms Commit to World Championship Tournament

Flyers, Phantoms Commit to World Championship Tournament

NHL fans would rather see their favorite players continue playing through the post-season on their way to a Stanley Cup. For those players making an early exit, the next best opportunity for delaying the offseason

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Improbable Streak Continues as Flyers Win Fourth Straight

Improbable Streak Continues as Flyers Win Fourth Straight

The Philadelphia Flyers' roster is currently absent defensemen Chris Pronger, Nicklas Grossmann, Braydon Coburn, Andrej Meszaros, Marc-Andre Bourdon and Matt Walker. You can now add Kimmo Timonen to that list, as he did not return

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Bryzgalov, Flyers Show Signs of Life Against Devils

Bryzgalov, Flyers Show Signs of Life Against Devils

If the Philadelphia Flyers' 5-2 loss to the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday was "rock bottom," their 2-1 shootout victory on home ice was a positive step in the right direction. Not "perfect," but it

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Disorganized Hockey Downs Flyers Against Rangers

Disorganized Hockey Downs Flyers Against Rangers

The Philadelphia Flyers have officially reached the halfway mark of the 2013 NHL season. The team was looking for its third win in a row tonight against the New York Rangers, which would have been

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Garbage Effort Fouls Flyers on First Game of Road Trip

Garbage Effort Fouls Flyers on First Game of Road Trip

The storyline heading into the Philadelphia Flyers-Toronto Maple Leafs game was that Luke Schenn and James van Riemsdyk would both be playing against their respective clubs for the first time since being traded in June

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Flyers Drop Home Opener 3-1 to Rival Pens

Flyers Drop Home Opener 3-1 to Rival Pens

No one expected the first game for the Philadelphia Flyers in 256 days to go "smoothly." There were positive flourishes that caught everyone's attention as much as there were rough patches of ugly, ugly hockey.

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Final Roster Set for Flyers Home Opener

Final Roster Set for Flyers Home Opener

All NHL teams were required to finalize their rosters today in preparation for tomorrow's opening games across the league. There aren't too many surprises on the Philadelphia Flyers' opening roster, but their line and pairing

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