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Flyers Split Caps Series, Lose Brayden Schenn to Boarding

Flyers Split Caps Series, Lose Brayden Schenn to Boarding

The Philadelphia Flyers' third period collapse against the Washington Capitals on Sunday night was of particular disappointment because of the three goal lead they had built early in the third period. A chance for redemption

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“The Whole Damn Team Stinks.”

“The Whole Damn Team Stinks.”

It hasn't been easy defending the Philadelphia Flyers to this point. There have been glimmers of hope sprinkled through the month of October- 20 minutes here, a 2nd period there, where the team actually looked

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Flyers Rally to Win Weekend Games Against Bruins, Capitals

Flyers Rally to Win Weekend Games Against Bruins, Capitals

"The guys want it. You can see it. You can talk about the battle and the compete. That's how they're playing... they sense it. They believe. There's hope. Those are some powerful things." That quote

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Flyers to Face Devils in Stanley Cup Semifinals

Flyers to Face Devils in Stanley Cup Semifinals

It took double overtime in Florida to get the answer, but it's now official: the Flyers will face the New Jersey Devils in the 2012 Stanley Cup Semifinals. Both the Devils and the New York

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With Bruins Loss, Flyers Avoid Rangers in Round Two

With Bruins Loss, Flyers Avoid Rangers in Round Two

Banking a rebound from former Flyer Mike Knuble, Joel Ward scored the biggest goal of his career as he closed the door on the season of the defending Stanley Cup champions, the Boston Bruins. As

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Flyers Stand Pat as NHL Trade Deadline Passes

Flyers Stand Pat as NHL Trade Deadline Passes

The NHL trade deadline concluded at 3 PM this afternoon. Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren, fielding calls and inquiring about players from other teams, decided to stand pat and not make any additional trades beyond

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Can Former Flyers Get Danny Briere Going?

Can Former Flyers Get Danny Briere Going?

The Flyers’ top line of Giroux/Hartnell/Jagr has been potent for the first half of the season, but the production that management has come to expect from Danny Briere has been inconsistent over the course of

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Despite Injuries, Flyers’ Heart Intact in 5-1 Domination Over Capitals

Despite Injuries, Flyers’ Heart Intact in 5-1 Domination Over Capitals

With the news this morning that Claude Giroux would be out of the line-up indefinitely with a concussion, there was an opportunity for the team to use that as an excuse for a poor effort

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The Ups And Downs Of The Flyers Early Season

The Ups And Downs Of The Flyers Early Season

Many of us were excited for the Flyers season to begin in order to see what the team would look like with a new core of players and a new bonafide goaltender. Many of us

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Flyers Won’t Be Able To Coast Through The Atlantic Division

Flyers Won’t Be Able To Coast Through The Atlantic Division

Let’s be real here. They were not going to go 81-0-1 to finish out the year. The Flyers first regulation loss on the season Thursday night came off the heels of an effortless 60 minutes

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