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Homeward Bound, Habs Downed 2-1

Homeward Bound, Habs Downed 2-1

When former Philadelphia Flyers captain Mike Richards was unceremoniously traded in the summer of 2011, it wasn’t by choice. Richards had signed a twelve-year deal believing that he would be a Flyer for life. Professional

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Having Clinched Playoffs, Looking Ahead at Flyers Postseason

Having Clinched Playoffs, Looking Ahead at Flyers Postseason

When the final horn sounded at the end of last night's 4-1 win over the Montreal Canadiens, the Philadelphia Flyers had officially clinched a playoff berth. Looking back at how this team came together, it's

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Flyers Trade Talk on TSN and Looking at the Bigger Picture

Flyers Trade Talk on TSN and Looking at the Bigger Picture

Darren Dreger, James Duthie and Pierre LeBrun spoke quite a bit tonight about the Flyers on Insider Trading on TSN. With Tim Gleason signing a four year, $16 million extension with the Carolina Hurricanes, the trade

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Giroux, Bobrovsky Lead Flyers to 3-1 Win Over Canadiens

Giroux, Bobrovsky Lead Flyers to 3-1 Win Over Canadiens

For a team that has historically struggled with afternoon games, the announcement prior to the puck drop against the Montreal Canadiens that yet another forward would be out with an injury was disheartening. In the

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Distinguishing Lows and Losers Between Bryzgalov and Walker

Distinguishing Lows and Losers Between Bryzgalov and Walker

There are few positives to take away from the Montreal Canadiens’ 5-1 trouncing of the Flyers.  The organization literally fired its assistant coach this afternoon for having its worst start in about 70 years, and

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NHL Discipline Out of Control This Week

NHL Discipline Out of Control This Week

The Flyers have had a reputation for being thugs and goons for most of their existence, but lately the wild behavior has come from other teams. The Flyers, in fact, rank 15th in fighting majors

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Special Teams Shine in 5-2 Win Against Canadiens

As the last game before the All Star Break, the Flyers were at risk tonight of finding themselves looking ahead to their vacation plans rather than the task at hand. “We remember what happened against

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If the 2011 NHL Playoffs Started Today

The 2010-2011 NHL season is officially past the halfway mark, with the Philadelphia Flyers in first place in the Eastern Conference. There is still plenty of time for teams on top to slip out of

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Canadiens Return to Wells Fargo Center Shadowed by Richards, Subban Comments

The big story in the aftermath of the last meeting between the Montreal Canadiens and the Philadelphia Flyers was captain Mike Richards’ comments to Montreal radio station Team 990 about Canadien rookie defenseman P.K. Subban:

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Bloated Salaries Apparently Still Relevant in Today’s NHL

In the wake of the tumultuous season that was 2006-2007, General Manager Paul Holmgren dipped into free agency and made a splash with an eight-year, $52 million, no-trade-clause-ridden contract for Buffalo Sabres center Danny Briere.

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