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Defenseman Bartulis Injured, but O’Donnell May Return Thursday

Defenseman Bartulis Injured, but O’Donnell May Return Thursday

Early in the second period of tonight’s overtime loss to the Phoenix Coyotes, defenseman Oskars Bartulis was hit late after a whistle by former Flyer Scottie Upshall. Bartulis was standing next to the net when the

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Kings Shutout Flyers as New Line Combos Fail

Kings Shutout Flyers as New Line Combos Fail

“You’re not gonna score five goals in each game for 82 games,” said Claude Giroux. The Flyers, unfortunately, couldn’t score any during tonight’s 1-0 loss to the Los Angeles Kings. It was a much more

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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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Coburn, Meszaros Lead Flyers to Close Win Against Capitals

The Washington Capitals haven’t been the force of reckoning this season that many had expected them to be after winning the 2009-2010 President’s Trophy, and yet the Philadelphia Flyers can’t seem to wrap things up

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Giroux and Laviolette Headed to NHL All Star Game

The NHL All Star game may be an irrelevant showcase of non-contact hockey, but the new format selected by the league this year has at least added a more original element to the event. At

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Devils Swept in Home-and-Home with Flyers

Four points were earned this week for the Flyers, who are in-between two tough stretches on the road. Anything less than four points against the New Jersey Devils in their home-and-home series would have been

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Penguins Winning Streak Ends as Flyers Recapture First Place

Arguably one of the most built-up games of the year thus far, the Flyers shut down rivals the Pittsburgh Penguins tonight in a gripping 3-2 win at the Wells Fargo Center. The Penguins, on a

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Flyers Struggles on the Powerplay: “It’s Coming”

Flyers coach Peter Laviolette has previously described the difficulty of the powerplay as trying to generate offense while standing still. For this club, standing still is an understatement. Coming into yesterday’s tilt with the New

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Post Game Notes: Flyers/Devils

The Flyers had back-to-back games this weekend against Atlantic Division rivals the New Jersey Devils and the New York Islanders. They came away with four points to tie for the lead again in the Eastern

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Flyers Real Test Begins Now

I was asked tonight by a Boston Bruins fan who hadn’t followed hockey closely in the last few years, “The Flyers are doing well now, right?” The best answer I could relay was that the

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