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Time Running Out For Tye McGinn?

Time Running Out For Tye McGinn?

The philosophy touted by new Philadelphia Flyers general manager Ron Hextall in the past month and a half has been “build though the draft.” Hextall also stressed back in May the key positions to build

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Brayden Schenn Re-Signed for Two Years, $5 Million

Brayden Schenn Re-Signed for Two Years, $5 Million

Philadelphia Flyers general manager Ron Hextall expertly diverted this afternoon some of the criticisms lobbied towards his first move today- trading veteran forward Scott Hartnell- with a more even-keeled, cost-effective move- re-signing restricted free agent

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June 23rd Strikes Again – Flyers Trade Hartnell for Umberger

June 23rd Strikes Again – Flyers Trade Hartnell for Umberger

"It's deja vu all over again." June 23, 2011- The Philadelphia Flyers trade Mike Richards and Jeff Carter. June 23, 2012- The Philadelphia Flyers trade James van Riemsdyk. June 23, 2014- The Philadelphia Flyers have

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Revisiting Paul Holmgrens Ten Best Moves as Manager

Revisiting Paul Holmgrens Ten Best Moves as Manager

Former Philadelphia Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren endured a lot of criticism during his tenure, as would be expected of any manager who failed to bring a championship trophy to Philadelphia under his (or her)

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Penalties, Lack of Offense Stifle Flyers in Game One Loss

Penalties, Lack of Offense Stifle Flyers in Game One Loss

The Philadelphia Flyers dropped Game One of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals to the New York Rangers. It was not one for the history books. Good efforts in the defensive end contained the Rangers through two

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Mason, Flyers Shut Out Red Wings 5-0

Mason, Flyers Shut Out Red Wings 5-0

Claude Giroux called Saturday's 6-1 loss to the Boston Bruins "the most embarrassing game I've been involved with." The Philadelphia Flyers seemingly lost every battle along the boards and were unable to sustain offensive pressure

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Third Period Redemption For Flyers in Wild 5-4 Win over Jackets

Third Period Redemption For Flyers in Wild 5-4 Win over Jackets

The last time that the Columbus Blue Jackets appeared in Philadelphia, goaltender Steve Mason was pulled from the game after allowing 7 goals on 28 shots. Mason was ‘tending for the Jackets in what would

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Flyers Clean Up Oilers, Win 4-2

Flyers Clean Up Oilers, Win 4-2

The Edmonton Oilers don’t make many appearances in Philadelphia. The newest collective bargaining agreement helps to remedy that by mandating that every team plays each other at least twice per season. In spite of consecutive

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Lack of Accountability, Injuries Highlight Flyers Loss to Coyotes

Lack of Accountability, Injuries Highlight Flyers Loss to Coyotes

Let's roll the tape. Zac Rinaldo received a charging penalty in the first period of Friday night's contest between the Philadelphia Flyers and the Phoenix Coyotes. He tried to draw an instigator penalty by fighting

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Trade Deadline Week Continues but Flyers Stand Pat

Trade Deadline Week Continues but Flyers Stand Pat

The Philadelphia Flyers continue to be linked to various potential trade pieces across the NHL, but aside from the trade of Harry Zolnierczyk, the organization has refrained from making any further moves. My thoughts on

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