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Max Talbot Traded to Colorado Avalanche for Steve Downie

Max Talbot Traded to Colorado Avalanche for Steve Downie

Adrian Dater of the Denver Post reported via twitter that the Philadelphia Flyers have traded forward Max Talbot to the Colorado Avalanche for forward Steve Downie. The report has been confirmed by multiple news outlets.

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Flyers Rally to Win Weekend Games Against Bruins, Capitals

Flyers Rally to Win Weekend Games Against Bruins, Capitals

"The guys want it. You can see it. You can talk about the battle and the compete. That's how they're playing... they sense it. They believe. There's hope. Those are some powerful things." That quote

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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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Max Talbot’s Production Returning to “Normal”

Max Talbot’s Production Returning to “Normal”

Max Talbot's five year contract looked like a steal last season, when the (then) 27 year-old posted career bests in goals (19) and points (34). "You  a goal scorer now?" joked Pittsburgh Penguins head coach

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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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Talbot, Gervais Organize Quebec Hockey Tour

Talbot, Gervais Organize Quebec Hockey Tour

What began as a rumor by Andy Strickland of True Hockey is now official: Philadelphia Flyers Max Talbot and Bruno Gervais have organized a "hockey tour" that will kick off next week with a number

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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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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 Honor Mark Howe with Defensively Strong 3-2 Win Against Red Wings

Flyers Honor Mark Howe with Defensively Strong 3-2 Win Against Red Wings

The Flyers retired long-time defenseman Mark Howe’s #2 in a touching ceremony that preceded tonight’s puck drop with the Detroit Red Wings. He suggested in his speech that he was hoping to return to the

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Depleted Flyers Offense Overwhelms Sabres 7-2

Depleted Flyers Offense Overwhelms Sabres 7-2

As if it weren't bad enough that James van Riemsdyk is still out with a concussion and Jaromir Jagr had to miss tonight's game against the Buffalo Sabres with the flu, the Flyers lost Danny

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