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Steve Mason, Flyers Even Series Again

Steve Mason, Flyers Even Series Again

Philadelphia Flyers head coach Craig Berube received a bit of criticism for his decision to start Ray Emery for Game Three of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals against the New York Rangers. Emery had backstopped the

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MSG Loss Streak Ends as Flyers Even Up Series

MSG Loss Streak Ends as Flyers Even Up Series

Madison Square Garden has not been kind to the Philadelphia Flyers over the last few seasons. The Flyers' futility against the New York Rangers while on the road has been noted in many a first

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Penalties, Lack of Offense Stifle Flyers in Game One Loss

Penalties, Lack of Offense Stifle Flyers in Game One Loss

The Philadelphia Flyers dropped Game One of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals to the New York Rangers. It was not one for the history books. Good efforts in the defensive end contained the Rangers through two

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Flyers Set for First Round Face-Off with Rangers

Flyers Set for First Round Face-Off with Rangers

The Philadelphia Flyers clinched a postseason berth on Tuesday after manhandling the Florida Panthers to the tune of five goals, but their first dance partner of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals was unknown until Saturday afternoon.

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Flyers Bounce Back From Sharks Loss, Mug Rangers 4-2

Flyers Bounce Back From Sharks Loss, Mug Rangers 4-2

The Philadelphia Flyers kicked off the final stretch of the 2013-14 NHL season with an embarrassing loss to the San Jose Sharks on Thursday night. The team played well in the first period, scoring two

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Trade Deadline Week Continues but Flyers Stand Pat

Trade Deadline Week Continues but Flyers Stand Pat

The Philadelphia Flyers continue to be linked to various potential trade pieces across the NHL, but aside from the trade of Harry Zolnierczyk, the organization has refrained from making any further moves. My thoughts on

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Disorganized Hockey Downs Flyers Against Rangers

Disorganized Hockey Downs Flyers Against Rangers

The Philadelphia Flyers have officially reached the halfway mark of the 2013 NHL season. The team was looking for its third win in a row tonight against the New York Rangers, which would have been

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Offense, Special Teams Flop in 2-1 Loss to Rangers

Offense, Special Teams Flop in 2-1 Loss to Rangers

The silver lining of the Philadelphia Flyers' season to date is that Ilya Bryzgalov has performed like a confident starting goaltender should. He ranks 8th in the NHL in goals-against-average among goaltenders with at least

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Rick Nash Traded to New York Rangers

Rick Nash Traded to New York Rangers

The Philadelphia Flyers won't find out until late Wednesday night at the latest if they will officially be signing defenseman Shea Weber, but the possibility was enough for New York Rangers general manager Glen Sather

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Devils, Kings Advance to Stanley Cup Finals

Devils, Kings Advance to Stanley Cup Finals

It wasn't the match-up that the NHL was salivating over, but it's official- the Stanley Cup is headed to either Los Angeles or Newark in the next two weeks. Calder nominee Adam Henrique scored the

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