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Matt Read Is Making A Good Case For Calder Trophy

Matt Read Is Making A Good Case For Calder Trophy

Matt Read is making a case for himself to be a Calder Trophy candidate, for the best rookie in the National Hockey League. Read played 11 games with the Flyers’ affiliate, the Adirondack Phantoms, last

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Eagles Should Take A Page From Flyers’ Book

Eagles Should Take A Page From Flyers’ Book

As Philadelphia fans have learned this season, you can have all the talent in the world.  However, if all that talent doesn’t combine into a single, cohesive unit, you’ll simply only have talent and nothing

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After 20 Games, The Flyers Have Been A Pleasant Surprise, Despite Inconsistencies

After 20 Games, The Flyers Have Been A Pleasant Surprise, Despite Inconsistencies

The Philadelphia Flyers have had their ups and downs in this young NHL season.  After an offseason of major moves, most people didn’t expect them to be where they are at in the NHL standings.

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A Tale Of Two Flyers’ Defenses

A Tale Of Two Flyers’ Defenses

Roughly a quarter of the way into the Philadelphia Flyers 2011-2012 season, the team has been on more of a wild ride than spending a whole day at Six Flags. They've been in more jams

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Flyers Are Getting Major Contributions From Their Rookies

Flyers Are Getting Major Contributions From Their Rookies

The Flyers rookies are contributing when called upon. It seems as if every time a new player is called up from the Adirondack Phantoms, they fit right in like they’ve been playing with the orange

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Spotlight On A Flyer:  Matt Read

Spotlight On A Flyer: Matt Read

Over the summer, Chris Pryor, director of hockey operations for the Flyers, raved about Matt Read, the unheard of prospect out of Bemidji State University. General Manager Paul Holmgren also raved about the 5’10 winger

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Close Up On A Flyer: Sean Couterier

Close Up On A Flyer: Sean Couterier

Every week, I will be taking a look at one of the Flyer’s young prospects on the team or on the Adirondack Phantoms. First up, first-round draft pick Sean Couterier. The first-round pick used on

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Here’s What The Flyers Must Do To Contend For The Cup

Here’s What The Flyers Must Do To Contend For The Cup

It’s been almost four months, but I can remember it as if it were yesterday. I was on one of my breaks at work as I heard news about the Jeff Carter trade to Columbus.

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Flyers Edge Out Vancouver In Home Opener

Flyers Edge Out Vancouver In Home Opener

Even the most casual of hockey fans knew that Wednesday night was going to be a wild ride. The Philadelphia Flyers couldn’t have asked for a better opponent to open up against at home than

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Laviolette’s Foolish Decision To Start Leighton Almost Cost Flyers Game Six

Laviolette’s Foolish Decision To Start Leighton Almost Cost Flyers Game Six

What was Peter Laviolette thinking? Down 3-2 in the series with the Boston Bruins, Laviolette found himself faced with another decision to make about who his starting goalie would be after Brian Boucher struggled in

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