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Is It Time For a Line Change?

Is It Time For a Line Change?

Offensive production from the Flyers’ top line of Claude Giroux, Scott Hartnell and Jaromir Jagr has cooled off noticeably over the last month. Between November 20 and December 20, the line combined for 18 goals

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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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Christmas Gifts For Each Of The Flyers (Part 2) The Forwards

Christmas Gifts For Each Of The Flyers (Part 2) The Forwards

Danny Briere: Lots of fist pumps. The more Briere is scoring the better off the Flyers will be. Having multiple lines, in addition to the Giroux line, which always is scoring ( or so it

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Despite Injuries, Flyers’ Heart Intact in 5-1 Domination Over Capitals

Despite Injuries, Flyers’ Heart Intact in 5-1 Domination Over Capitals

With the news this morning that Claude Giroux would be out of the line-up indefinitely with a concussion, there was an opportunity for the team to use that as an excuse for a poor effort

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After 20 Games, The Flyers Have Been A Pleasant Surprise, Despite Inconsistencies

After 20 Games, The Flyers Have Been A Pleasant Surprise, Despite Inconsistencies

The Philadelphia Flyers have had their ups and downs in this young NHL season.  After an offseason of major moves, most people didn’t expect them to be where they are at in the NHL standings.

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Back Down South: What We Learned From the Flyers Recent Road Trip

Back Down South: What We Learned From the Flyers Recent Road Trip

The Flyers completed their three game road trip through the Southeast division last night, earning five of a possible six points and temporarily taking first place in the Eastern Conference. What did we learn from

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Holmgren & Laviolette Did The Right Thing By Keeping Couturier Here

Holmgren & Laviolette Did The Right Thing By Keeping Couturier Here

Imagine being 18-years-old and playing in the NHL. Most kids would dream of this, but Sean Couturier is living his dream. The Flyers had until after his ninth game played to decide on whether to

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The Flyers Are Spending Too Much Time Killing Penalties

The Flyers Are Spending Too Much Time Killing Penalties

It was an LA Confidential of sorts on Saturday night when two guys faced off on opposite ends of the country with something to prove. Mike Richards versus the Flyers and Bernard Hopkins versus a

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Lessons Learned from Flyers 5-4 Home Opener Win Against Canucks

Lessons Learned from Flyers 5-4 Home Opener Win Against Canucks

Considered the first true test of the season, the Flyers’ 5-4 win against the Vancouver Canucks has brought to light both strengths and weaknesses from this line-up. Strength: Claude Giroux, James Van Riemsdyk and Jakub

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Return to Sender: Blair Betts Back With Flyers

Return to Sender: Blair Betts Back With Flyers

In an unexpected twist to the start of the hockey season, the Montreal Canadiens are sending Blair Betts back to the Flyers after claiming the fourth liner on waivers last Wednesday. Betts apparently failed a

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