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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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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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Fates Intervention is Sean Couturiers Gain

Fates Intervention is Sean Couturiers Gain

“First of all, I’d like to say ‘hello’ to all our great fans in Winnipeg at the MTS Centre, at St. John’s Newfoundland, our affiliate in the American Hockey League, and the great fans that

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Flyers Welcome Jussi Rynnas to NHL With 7-1 Bagging

Flyers Welcome Jussi Rynnas to NHL With 7-1 Bagging

A lot of things went wrong this season for the Toronto Maple Leafs, who were in the mix for a playoff position before nose-diving in the latter half of February and March. As if being

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Bryzgalov, Timonen Day-to-Day with Injuries

Bryzgalov, Timonen Day-to-Day with Injuries

The Flyers announced today that both goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov and defenseman Kimmo Timonen will be out for Thursday night's game against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Each is considered "day-to-day" and may be available to play this weekend. According

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The goaltending revolution

The goaltending revolution

When Flyers goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov broke the franchise record for shutout minutes on Thursday evening, it seemed like an inevitability. The goalie everyone loved to hate had shucked his loose, quirky personality for a driven,

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The Flyers Defense Must Tighten Up Before The Playoffs

The Flyers Defense Must Tighten Up Before The Playoffs

The Philadelphia Flyers have not been good defensively this season.  It hasn’t helped that Captain Chris Pronger was lost for the season due to post concussion syndrome. The Orange and Black have given up 182

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Porous Defense, Shaky Goaltending Doom Flyers Against Penguins

Porous Defense, Shaky Goaltending Doom Flyers Against Penguins

Today's afternoon hockey game between the Flyers and the Penguins was one that newly acquired defenseman Nicklas Grossman will want to forget. Grossman was one of a handful of Flyers who managed to finish with

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Are The Flyers The New Eagles?

Are The Flyers The New Eagles?

As we quickly approach what will be the 40 year anniversary on the last Flyers Stanley Cup Championship, I started thinking why are people giving the Flyers a pass on the complete failure the organization  has

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Defensive Breakdowns Fail Flyers as Rangers Continue Dominance

Defensive Breakdowns Fail Flyers as Rangers Continue Dominance

With a goaltender like Henrik Lundqvist, the Flyers have to be prepared in every game against the New York Rangers that he is not going to give them many opportunities to score.  Fight for the

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