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Defensive Breakdowns Fail Flyers as Rangers Continue Dominance

Defensive Breakdowns Fail Flyers as Rangers Continue Dominance

With a goaltender like Henrik Lundqvist, the Flyers have to be prepared in every game against the New York Rangers that he is not going to give them many opportunities to score.  Fight for the

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Rangers Roll Over Flyers 5-2

Rangers Roll Over Flyers 5-2

There was hope this afternoon that some of the lingering offensive pressure from yesterday's third period against the New Jersey Devils would carry over to today's tilt against the New York Rangers. Unfortunately, the Flyers

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Flyers Blow Lead in 3-2 Winter Classic Collapse

Flyers Blow Lead in 3-2 Winter Classic Collapse

Prior to the puck drop, every road team has won the Winter Classic except for the Philadelphia Flyers in 2010. That record remained intact today as the Flyers blew a 2-0 lead and collapsed in

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Bobrovsky to Start Winter Classic

Bobrovsky to Start Winter Classic

Flyers head coach Peter Laviolette called for a 9 a.m. practice on New Years Day. Whether that was the ensure his players didn't get too liquored up last night, to have the team get another

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Observations from the Flyers-Rangers Alumni Game

Observations from the Flyers-Rangers Alumni Game

I didn't grow up a Philadelphia Flyers fans. I wasn't even a hockey fan until a few years ago when a friend from college introduced me to the sport following the disastrous 2006-07 season.  I

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Flyers Defense Falls Short to Rangers 4-2 in Winter Classic Preview

Flyers Defense Falls Short to Rangers 4-2 in Winter Classic Preview

In the first meeting between the Philadelphia Flyers and New York Rangers this season, the Flyers were shut out in part because of the spectacular goaltending of Henrik Lundqvist.  The Swedish netminder wasn't perfect tonight,

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NHL Realignment: A Good thing for Hockey

NHL Realignment: A Good thing for Hockey

Tonight NHL officials approved a monumental radical realignment plan for the NHL that will begin next season. The realignment will consist of four conferences instead of the six divisions that currently exist. The plan still

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Flyers Extend Pro-Tryout Offer to Michael Nylander

Flyers Extend Pro-Tryout Offer to Michael Nylander

The Flyers announced today that they have extended a pro-tryout offer to center Michael Nylander. Nylander will turn 39 in October and is coming off a spinal injury from last year. According to Tim Panaccio

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Free Agency Destinations for 2010-11 Flyers and Other Free Agency Talk

Free Agency Destinations for 2010-11 Flyers and Other Free Agency Talk

It’s amazing how different the 2011-12 Flyers will look compared to this past season’s team, but you have to give general manager Paul Holmgren some credit for not being afraid to mix up what didn’t

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Stamkos Out, Richards In Flyers Future?

Stamkos Out, Richards In Flyers Future?

The Flyers have told members of the media that they will not be extending an offer sheet to restricted free agent Steve Stamkos. As has been widely discussed, the price the organization would have to

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