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Thinking Flyers Goaltending, Two Steps Ahead

Thinking Flyers Goaltending, Two Steps Ahead

“When you’re winning here, there’s no better place to play. But when you’re not playing well here it’s definitely tough.” Carey Price knows all too well how difficult it is to be the starting goaltender

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Voracek Finds New Home as Others Continue Looking

Voracek Finds New Home as Others Continue Looking

Ruslan Fedotenko was the first Philadelphia Flyer to find a new home for the 2012-13 season, but he certainly isn't the last. It was reported this afternoon by David Pagnotta of The Fourth Period via

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Vokoun, Nearly a Flyer, Signs with Pittsburgh Penguins

Vokoun, Nearly a Flyer, Signs with Pittsburgh Penguins

It's appearing more and more likely that Sergei Bobrovsky has played his last game as a Philadelphia Flyer. It's been suggested before, both on this site and by the by the venerated TSN reporter Bob McKenzie,

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Flyers Must Avoid ‘Pittsburgh Trap’ of Believing Hype over Hard Work

Flyers Must Avoid ‘Pittsburgh Trap’ of Believing Hype over Hard Work

When the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoff match-ups were finally set, the majority of major media outlets predicted that the Pittsburgh Penguins would overcome the Philadelphia Flyers on their way to the Stanley Cup Finals. As we

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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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Couturier, Giroux Net Hat Tricks As Flyers Take 2-0 Series Lead

Couturier, Giroux Net Hat Tricks As Flyers Take 2-0 Series Lead

It's becoming a cliche that the Flyers have to play from behind in order to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins this series, but as the saying goes, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." After handing

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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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Jagr, Talbot Silence Pittsburgh as Flyers Stifle Penguins 4-2

Jagr, Talbot Silence Pittsburgh as Flyers Stifle Penguins 4-2

Peter Laviolette didn’t waste any time getting Jaromir Jagr and Max Talbot onto the ice at the CONSOL Energy Center. The two former Pittsburgh Penguins opened tonight's game with Claude Giroux. Talbot, fittingly, ended it

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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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