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Left and Leaving: Lecavalier Likely Out the Door

Left and Leaving: Lecavalier Likely Out the Door

It has been reported through multiple outlets that Philadelphia Flyers general manager Ron Hextall has had discussions with forward Vinny Lecavalier’s agent, Kent Hughes, about the future of his client in the City of Brotherly

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Placing Expectations for Meszaros in an Expanded Role

Placing Expectations for Meszaros in an Expanded Role

On a conference call with reporters on Wednesday, Philadelphia Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren was asked the status of 26 year-old defenseman Andrej Meszaros. Meszaros suffered a back injury this past March that limited him

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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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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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Briere, Bryzgalov Carry Flyers to 3-2 Overtime Thriller Against Senators

Briere, Bryzgalov Carry Flyers to 3-2 Overtime Thriller Against Senators

Saturday afternoon hockey games always carry with them the danger that the team may not have its legs ready for a full sixty minutes. Carrying the Flyers at both ends of the ice, Danny Briere

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Do We Have A Goaltender Controversy With Bryzgalov And Bobrovsky?

Do We Have A Goaltender Controversy With Bryzgalov And Bobrovsky?

Who would have ever thought that last year’s rookie sensation, Sergei Bobrovsky, would now find himself playing backup to Ilya Bryzgalov? After the goaltending debacle in last year’s playoffs, something needed to be done. The

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Flyers Steamroll Senators in 7-2 Blowout

Flyers Steamroll Senators in 7-2 Blowout

One would think that allowing an embarrassing seven goals in a single game already this season would be enough for the 2011-12 Ottawa Senators to start righting the ship. Unfortunately for the Sens, once was

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NHL News and Notes: October 17, 2011

NHL News and Notes: October 17, 2011

The following notes are my take on some of the news items that have circulated the NHL over the last day.  If a story has any relevance to the Flyers, it’s here. The Flyers travel

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Flyers Stumble Out of First Place Against Senators in 5-2 Stinger

Flyers Stumble Out of First Place Against Senators in 5-2 Stinger

I labeled Sunday’s shootout loss to the New York Rangers as a “first step in the right direction.” Tonight’s debacle in Ottawa is about two steps back, if not a complete stumble. There were very

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Remainder of Schedule Could Slow Down Flyers for Playoffs

Remainder of Schedule Could Slow Down Flyers for Playoffs

On paper, the remainder of the regular season for the Philadelphia Flyers should be a walk in the park. They will face 13 different teams over the course of the final 20 games, of which

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