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Flyers Could Be Eyeing More Russians in the Future

Teemu of BroadStreetHockey “tweeted” a few weeks ago that the Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, and Vancouver Canucks were all looking into the availability of Russian free agent forward Sergei Zinoviev. Zinoviev, 30, is currently playing

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Carrying Three Goaltenders Could Be Good Timing for Flyers in Road Ahead

It’s been well documented that the Flyers have a tough road ahead of them. If the stretch of games after their bonding trip to North Carolina was the first test of the season, this is

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No Miracle Comeback for Flyers as Panthers Shut Out 5-0

A day after the Eagles clawed their way back from a monumental deficit against the New York Giants, the Flyers laid a dud against the Florida Panthers. As the last game before having eight days

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Flyers Goaltending Picture to Get Clearer on Monday

In two days, the one-time conditioning period extension that the NHL granted the Flyers for goaltender Michael Leighton will officially end. His $1.55 million cap hit will come back on the payroll. Comments by general

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Post Game Notes: Flyers/Islanders

In the second installment of my post-game notes from this weekend's Flyers games, I've broken down what should have been a walk in the park for the orange and black that almost turned into a blown

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Michael Leighton’s Return Starts in Atlantic City

Flyers goaltender Michael Leighton has been assigned to the Adirondack Phantoms for a 6-day conditioning stint beginning this weekend. Leighton will play with the Phantoms against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins on Saturday and at Boardwalk Hall

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Latest Ups and Downs of Flyers Goaltending Prospects

I doubt many would have predicted that goaltending would be one of the Flyers’ strengths this season, but it’s true. Rookie Sergei Bobrovsky ranks 3rd in wins, 10th in goals-against-average, and 8th in save percentage

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Time Off Pays Off for Bobrovsky

Beginning October 26, rookie goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky started 12 games in 24 days. With a 9-2-1 record and a 2.29 goals-against-average, there’s no question that he earned those starts. The question on everyone’s mind, though,

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Flyers Follow Time Off With Annihilation of Hurricanes

For the sake of brevity, I’ll be boiling down my thoughts after Flyers games into more concise points. With Claude Giroux's contract extension signed, sealed, and delivered, the Flyers need to focus next on locking up

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Flyers Winning Streak Ends in Washington

Had goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky been able to hold on to the win for the Flyers tonight, Bob would have tied Pelle Lindbergh for the longest winning streak for a rookie goaltender. Unfortunately, too many penalties

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