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Hartnell Set to Return as Read Injured Against Pens

Hartnell Set to Return as Read Injured Against Pens

The Philadelphia Flyers provided an update on the condition of forward Scott Hartnell ahead of the game against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Hartnell, who has appeared in just three games this season after a slapshot broke

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More Flyers Continue Exodus to Europe

More Flyers Continue Exodus to Europe

NHL commissioner Gary Bettman suggested this evening that a two-week moratorium on collective bargaining negotiations might now be in everyone's interest, assuming that interest is the erosion of hockey completely from the sports landscape in

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European Hockey Raises Questions for Flyers Eventual Line-up

European Hockey Raises Questions for Flyers Eventual Line-up

At the moment, there is no relief in sight to the end of the NHL lockout. For the diehard fans tracking Philadelphia Flyers players overseas, daily reports are typically available around the internet for who

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Schenn, Read in Competiton for Second Line Opening

Schenn, Read in Competiton for Second Line Opening

Philadelphia Flyer forward Brayden Schenn reached a milestone today that, considering all of his accomplishments to date, might be surprising to some- he finally turned 21 years of age. As long as he stays far

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Read Key to Flyers Fourth Line Success

Read Key to Flyers Fourth Line Success

The fourth line in hockey is the least appreciated. They’re often the plugs, the role players, the goons and the also-rans. During the Stanley Cup Finals, though, the fourth line almost always joins the superstars

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Briere Lifts Flyers over Devils in Game One

Briere Lifts Flyers over Devils in Game One

The week off between playoff games for the Philadelphia Flyers afforded them time to heal some injuries (notably defenseman Nicklas Grossmann’s concussion). It also slowed down their offense out of the gate, as the New

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With Chance to Sweep Penguins, Flyers Play Worst Home Playoff Game in History

With Chance to Sweep Penguins, Flyers Play Worst Home Playoff Game in History

The Philadelphia Flyers had a chance to sweep the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals. This was a team without superstar James Neal and grinders Arron Asham and Craig Adams. All they had to

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Penguins Lose Composure, Fall 8-4 in Pivotal Game Three

Penguins Lose Composure, Fall 8-4 in Pivotal Game Three

The Pittsburgh Penguins entered Game Three of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals knowing that they needed to gain some ground on the Philadelphia Flyers if they wanted to make it out of the first round. Between

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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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Flyers Welcome Jussi Rynnas to NHL With 7-1 Bagging

Flyers Welcome Jussi Rynnas to NHL With 7-1 Bagging

A lot of things went wrong this season for the Toronto Maple Leafs, who were in the mix for a playoff position before nose-diving in the latter half of February and March. As if being

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