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Assessing the Flyers Offseason: Second Line of Offense

Assessing the Flyers Offseason: Second Line of Offense

The second offensive line for the 2010-11 Philadelphia Flyers generally consisted of four players – Jeff Carter, Claude Giroux, James Van Riemsdyk, and Nikolay Zherdev. Various outlets in the Philadelphia media have suggested that the

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Flyers Season Ends in a 5-1 Whimper

Flyers Season Ends in a 5-1 Whimper

“This is the way the world ends. Not with a bang, but a whimper.” The end to poet T.S. Eliot’s famous poem Hollow Men doesn’t have much to do with the Flyers’ season ending 5-1

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Flyers Build off Saturday Success to Take Game Three 4-2

Flyers Build off Saturday Success to Take Game Three 4-2

The Flyers’ 4-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres in Game Three was another nailbiter, but they managed to hold onto the win to take the series lead for the first time. Despite a potential goalie

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Flyers Narrowly Take Back Lead in Eastern Conference

Flyers Narrowly Take Back Lead in Eastern Conference

With an overtime win on Saturday for the Washington Capitals, the Flyers fell out of first place in the Eastern Conference for the first time in almost three months. They narrowly took back the lead

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Flyers waive Zherdev

Flyers waive Zherdev

Well, that was an interesting experiment. The Philadelphia Flyers have announced that they have placed Nikolay Zherdev on waivers. "It had eroded to the point where they wanted to see what else is out there,"

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Walker on Waivers and Trade Speculation

The Philadelphia Flyers placed defenseman Matt Walkers on waivers this afternoon. Walker, acquired from the Tampa Bay Lightning in the trade for Simon Gagne, has played in just four games this season and spent the

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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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Giroux, Carter and Zherdev Carry Flyers Against Some Team from West

Apparently the Chicago Blackhawks are supposed to matter to the Philadelphia Flyers in the 2010-11 season because of the heartbreaking loss during the Stanley Cup Finals last season, if you watched any of today’s 4-1

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Bruins Topple Flyers in Back-and-Forth Nailbiter

The Flyers-Bruins rivalry has really picked up steam since the 2010 playoffs, and while the animosity hasn’t reached the levels of the 1970s, every game this season has been a fast-paced nailbiter. Tonight was no

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Flyers “In” On Langenbrunner, but Trade is Unlikely

The news that New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur would be sitting on the bench for the second game in a row, which also happens to be the first time this has happened since 2004,

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