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Can Untested Concussion-Healing Machine Help Bourdon, Pronger?

Can Untested Concussion-Healing Machine Help Bourdon, Pronger?

It’s rare in medicine that a miracle cure or treatment will appear overnight for any given medical condition. In the United States, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) monitors all drugs and medical procedures administered

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Injuries to Bourdon, Holmstrom Becoming Clearer

Injuries to Bourdon, Holmstrom Becoming Clearer

Neither Marc-Andre Bourdon nor Ben Holmstrom were guaranteed spots in the Philadelphia Flyers' line-up in September, when training camp would have begun for the 2012-13 NHL season. Regardless of whether the season comes back, it

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Phantoms Once Again in the AHL Basement

Phantoms Once Again in the AHL Basement

It has become an annual tradition that the Philadelphia Flyers' prospect depth has ranked last according to Hockeys Future. The trades in the summer of 2011 that eventually introduced Brayden Schenn and Sean Couturier into

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Phantoms Idling While Titans Rolling

Phantoms Idling While Titans Rolling

The Adirondack Phantoms and the Trenton Titans, the AHL and ECHL affiliates of the Philadelphia Flyers, have not started off their seasons headed in the same direction. The Phantoms have boasted a 3-4-0 record to

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Flyers Begin League Transitions Following Lockout

Flyers Begin League Transitions Following Lockout

As of midnight on September 15, the NHL has officially entered into its second lockout in less than a decade. The NHL may not be around for awhile, but the players will.  The Flyers announced

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Flyers News and Notes: June 18th Edition

Flyers News and Notes: June 18th Edition

With the 2012 NHL Entry Draft four days away and free agency looming soon after, there have been a variety of news stories reported today regarding the Philadelphia Flyers. For the sake of brevity, I’ve

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By the Numbers: Flyers Defense in Round One

By the Numbers: Flyers Defense in Round One

Game Six of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals featured one of the best defensive performances from the 2011-12 Philadelphia Flyers. This followed five games in which the team allowed three or more goals per game and

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Flyers Stun Hockey World with Brilliant Four Goal Comeback in Game 1

Flyers Stun Hockey World with Brilliant Four Goal Comeback in Game 1

Nobody said it was going to be easy. Unfortunately, the Flyers didn’t make it easy on themselves in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals against the Pittsburgh Penguins as they handed them a three

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Sabres Season Cut Short By Read, Bourdon

Sabres Season Cut Short By Read, Bourdon

The Buffalo Sabres found themselves in a do-or-die situation ahead of the puck drop at the Wells Fargo Center. Tied for points with the Washington Capitals but sitting in 9th place, a win against the

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Rangers Sweep Season Series Against Flyers

Rangers Sweep Season Series Against Flyers

The New York Rangers clinched the first seed in the Eastern Conference for the first time since 1994 after holding onto the lead in a 5-3 win against the Philadelphia Flyers at the Wells Fargo

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