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Biron is Best Choice for 2013 Back-Up Goaltender

Biron is Best Choice for 2013 Back-Up Goaltender

Tim Panaccio of CSNPhilly got the ball rolling on offseason suggestions for the Philadelphia Flyers yesterday and set off some discussions about the back-up goaltender position. “[Bobrovsky] has one year left on his contract and

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‘Playing with House Money’ and the Future of the Philadelphia Flyers

‘Playing with House Money’ and the Future of the Philadelphia Flyers

Right before Game Seven of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals between the Ottawa Senators and the New York Rangers, Michael Grange of Sportsnet magazine described the temperament of the Senators and their fan base as “playing with

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Flyers to Face Devils in Stanley Cup Semifinals

Flyers to Face Devils in Stanley Cup Semifinals

It took double overtime in Florida to get the answer, but it's now official: the Flyers will face the New Jersey Devils in the 2012 Stanley Cup Semifinals. Both the Devils and the New York

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With Bruins Loss, Flyers Avoid Rangers in Round Two

With Bruins Loss, Flyers Avoid Rangers in Round Two

Banking a rebound from former Flyer Mike Knuble, Joel Ward scored the biggest goal of his career as he closed the door on the season of the defending Stanley Cup champions, the Boston Bruins. As

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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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Rangers Sweep Season Series Against Flyers

Rangers Sweep Season Series Against Flyers

The New York Rangers clinched the first seed in the Eastern Conference for the first time since 1994 after holding onto the lead in a 5-3 win against the Philadelphia Flyers at the Wells Fargo

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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 Recall Harry Zolnierczyk as they Prepare for Devils

Flyers Recall Harry Zolnierczyk as they Prepare for Devils

The Adirondack Phantoms announced this afternoon that Harry Zolnierczyk has once again been recalled by the Flyers. I'm not even going to attempt to surmise how this falls under the Flyers' recall/emergency conditions, as it

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NHL’s Atlantic Divison: The Toughest Division in Sports

NHL’s Atlantic Divison: The Toughest Division in Sports

Tonight I was watching the Rangers/Devils game on NBC sports network. The game was called by the great Doc Emerick which makes the telecast even better than usual for an NHL game. Emerick in my

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Are The Flyers The New Eagles?

Are The Flyers The New Eagles?

As we quickly approach what will be the 40 year anniversary on the last Flyers Stanley Cup Championship, I started thinking why are people giving the Flyers a pass on the complete failure the organization  has

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