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Flyers Still Face Numerous Questions As Off-Season Continues

Flyers Still Face Numerous Questions As Off-Season Continues

"What’s the problem now?" As spoken by current coach Peter Laviolette, what are the current problems the Philadelphia Flyers face for the 2013-2014 season? Does the current roster with newly acquired Vincent Lecavalier provide the

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Dark Clouds Loom Over Philadelphia Sports

Dark Clouds Loom Over Philadelphia Sports

It hasn't been a fun time to be a Philadelphia sports fan. There hasn't been much to cheer about in 2012. The Flyers and Sixers generated a little excitement last spring with their playoff runs,

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Slim Pickings Remain On Free Agent Market For The Flyers

Slim Pickings Remain On Free Agent Market For The Flyers

Flyers’ fans can't criticize the team for not being aggressive this off-season. The Flyers reportedly had $100 million offers on the table for free agent forward Zach Parise and free agent defenseman Ryan Suter on

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Flyers Wise Not To Overpay For Matt Carle And Jaromir Jagr

Flyers Wise Not To Overpay For Matt Carle And Jaromir Jagr

Breakups can be difficult, especially when they are with someone you’ve been with for quite some time or someone you have admired for years. Emotional heartstrings can be tugged and dismay could ensue. But in

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Free Agency Underway For Flyers

Free Agency Underway For Flyers

The NHL Free Agency Period is underway.  According to capgeek.com, the Flyers have $11,381,627 in cap space.  This number will rise when, as expected, the Flyers put Chris Pronger on long-term IR to start the

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Eric Wellwood Preparing For First Full NHL Season

Eric Wellwood Preparing For First Full NHL Season

Eric Wellwood showed Flyers’ fans what elusive speed was as he flew up and down the ice on a nightly basis.  The sixth round pick had nine points in 25 games last year before virtually

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Trading For Luke Schenn Was A Mistake

Trading For Luke Schenn Was A Mistake

The Philadelphia Flyers gave up the second overall pick of the 2007 NHL draft and life long Flyer fan James Van Riemsdyk for Toronto Maple Leaf’s defenseman Luke Schenn over the weekend. Brayden Schenn’s older

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Former Flyers Lift The Cup

Former Flyers Lift The Cup

Last week the Los Angeles Kings won their first Stanley Cup in franchise history, defeating the NJ Devils in six games in what was a very competitive series.  The Kings have been in existence for

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Should The Flyers Pursue Ryan Suter or Resign Matt Carle?

Should The Flyers Pursue Ryan Suter or Resign Matt Carle?

The Philadelphia Flyers need help on defense, especially with the unknown status of captain Chris Pronger. If they want to make a big splash and get an elite defenseman, they could go out in free

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Flyers Still Win Richards, Carter Trades

Flyers Still Win Richards, Carter Trades

For the Flyer fans that could actually stomach watching Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final on Wednesday night, it was an all-too familiar (and sour) feeling of not seeing the Orange and Black play

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