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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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Flyers Acquire Defenseman MacDonald While Trade Deadline Approaches

Flyers Acquire Defenseman MacDonald While Trade Deadline Approaches

The Philadelphia Flyers announced on Tuesday afternoon that they have acquired defenseman Andrew MacDonald from the New York Islanders in exchange for a 2nd round pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, a 3rd round

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Mason, Flyers Shut Out Red Wings 5-0

Mason, Flyers Shut Out Red Wings 5-0

Claude Giroux called Saturday's 6-1 loss to the Boston Bruins "the most embarrassing game I've been involved with." The Philadelphia Flyers seemingly lost every battle along the boards and were unable to sustain offensive pressure

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Coburn’s Value Returning as one of Few Reliable Flyers Defensemen

Coburn’s Value Returning as one of Few Reliable Flyers Defensemen

Braydon Coburn has not received much praise over the last season and a half among Philadelphia Flyers fans (the nickname "Slowburn" comes to mind). I’ve been somewhat critical myself of the 28 year-old defenseman, suggesting in

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Several Flyers Invited to Olympic National Team Camps [Updated]

Several Flyers Invited to Olympic National Team Camps [Updated]

The NHL formally came to terms with the IIHF last Friday over NHL player participation in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. While there are questions over the league's commitment to the next Winter Olympics

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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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Voracek, Simmonds Hatties Lift Flyers Over Pens

Voracek, Simmonds Hatties Lift Flyers Over Pens

I had thought that the days of nail-biting, back-and-forth, high-scoring barnburners between the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins would be over after the 2012 Stanley Cup quarterfinal series wrapped up. The second "Battle of Pennsylvania"

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More Flyers Continue Exodus to Europe

More Flyers Continue Exodus to Europe

NHL commissioner Gary Bettman suggested this evening that a two-week moratorium on collective bargaining negotiations might now be in everyone's interest, assuming that interest is the erosion of hockey completely from the sports landscape in

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Voracek Finds New Home as Others Continue Looking

Voracek Finds New Home as Others Continue Looking

Ruslan Fedotenko was the first Philadelphia Flyer to find a new home for the 2012-13 season, but he certainly isn't the last. It was reported this afternoon by David Pagnotta of The Fourth Period via

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By the Numbers: Flyers Defense in Round One

By the Numbers: Flyers Defense in Round One

Game Six of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals featured one of the best defensive performances from the 2011-12 Philadelphia Flyers. This followed five games in which the team allowed three or more goals per game and

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