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Flyers Rumored to Be Eyeing a Move Up the Draft Board

Flyers Rumored to Be Eyeing a Move Up the Draft Board

The Philadelphia Flyers, hosts of the 2014 NHL Entry Draft beginning this Friday, are currently scheduled to select their first pick following 16 other general managers. Per the latest round of rumors, general manager Ron

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No Better Time for Flyers to Enter Trade Market [Updated]

No Better Time for Flyers to Enter Trade Market [Updated]

UPDATE: The Flyers have announced that Danny Briere is out indefinitely with a concussion sustained in practice on Saturday. He can not be traded if he isn't healthy. Brenden Morrow was drafted by the Dallas

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Voracek, Simmonds Hatties Lift Flyers Over Pens

Voracek, Simmonds Hatties Lift Flyers Over Pens

I had thought that the days of nail-biting, back-and-forth, high-scoring barnburners between the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins would be over after the 2012 Stanley Cup quarterfinal series wrapped up. The second "Battle of Pennsylvania"

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Max Talbot’s Production Returning to “Normal”

Max Talbot’s Production Returning to “Normal”

Max Talbot's five year contract looked like a steal last season, when the (then) 27 year-old posted career bests in goals (19) and points (34). "You  a goal scorer now?" joked Pittsburgh Penguins head coach

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Vokoun, Nearly a Flyer, Signs with Pittsburgh Penguins

Vokoun, Nearly a Flyer, Signs with Pittsburgh Penguins

It's appearing more and more likely that Sergei Bobrovsky has played his last game as a Philadelphia Flyer. It's been suggested before, both on this site and by the by the venerated TSN reporter Bob McKenzie,

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Biron is Best Choice for 2013 Back-Up Goaltender

Biron is Best Choice for 2013 Back-Up Goaltender

Tim Panaccio of CSNPhilly got the ball rolling on offseason suggestions for the Philadelphia Flyers yesterday and set off some discussions about the back-up goaltender position. “[Bobrovsky] has one year left on his contract and

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Flyers Must Avoid ‘Pittsburgh Trap’ of Believing Hype over Hard Work

Flyers Must Avoid ‘Pittsburgh Trap’ of Believing Hype over Hard Work

When the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoff match-ups were finally set, the majority of major media outlets predicted that the Pittsburgh Penguins would overcome the Philadelphia Flyers on their way to the Stanley Cup Finals. As we

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Flyers End Penguins Season with Decisive Game Six Victory

Flyers End Penguins Season with Decisive Game Six Victory

A loss in Game Six of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals would not have been the last chance for the Philadelphia Flyers to advance to the next round, but it would have been an uphill climb

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Flyers Firepower Frustrated by ‘Flower’ in Game Five

Flyers Firepower Frustrated by ‘Flower’ in Game Five

The Flyers returned to Pittsburgh for Game Five of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals after failing to take Game Four seriously. Their efforts in Game Five showed vast improvement, but their team defense failed on two

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With Chance to Sweep Penguins, Flyers Play Worst Home Playoff Game in History

With Chance to Sweep Penguins, Flyers Play Worst Home Playoff Game in History

The Philadelphia Flyers had a chance to sweep the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals. This was a team without superstar James Neal and grinders Arron Asham and Craig Adams. All they had to

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