Five Reasons Why The Philadelphia Flyers Need To Finish This Season Strong

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Philadelphia Flyers: Must Draft A Defensemen

Philadelphia Flyers

This year’s draft is stacked and is looking like one of the most “win-win” drafts in a decade. The top few rounds are loaded with top talent from around the world and whether offense, defense, or goalies are fit your […]

Philadelphia Flyers’ Kimmo Timonen Out For Season With Injury

Philadelphia Flyers Kimmo Timonen

Another week, another injury for the Philadelphia Flyers. After losing Kent Huskins to a concussion a week ago, the Flyers have announced that the backbone of their blueline, Finnish D-man Kimmo Timonen, is out with a foot injury. The compression fracture in his right […]

Philadelphia Flyers Claim Ilya Bryzgalov Will Not Be Bought Out

Philadelphia Flyers Ilya Bryzgalov

The Philadelphia Flyers have a money problem on their hands and a simple way to solve it: buyout the gargantuan contract of goalie Ilya Bryzgalov. Instead of paying him the rest of his nine-year, $51 million contract, they can opt […]

Philadelphia Flyers Will Have To Make Some Cuts Before Next Season

Philadelphia Flyers Ruslan Fedotenko Steve Mason

  The Philadelphia Flyers had a rough season, not only missing the playoffs but also losing plenty of games due to injuries. Their all-star goalie failed to prevent backbreaking goals, and it looks like the team won’t even break .500 before the […]

Why Missing The Playoffs Is A Good Thing For Philadelphia Flyers

Philadelphia Flyers Steve Mason

The Philadelphia Flyers are a perennial playoff team, missing only once in the past 18 years. The team has a huge budget, a legacy of grit and victory, and the entire eastern portion of Pennsylvania on their side. Great players have tried their damndest, but […]

Philadelphia Flyers Made A Mistake by Starting Ilya Bryzgalov

Philadelphia Flyers Ilya Bryzgalov

Things were starting to look up for the Philadelphia Flyers. They put together a few impressive wins over the Montreal Canadiens and New York Rangers, scoring 11 goals between the two victories and only giving up five. Steve Mason showed […]

Philadelphia Flyers Re-Sign Jay Rosehill and Zac Rinaldo To Two-Year Extensions

Philadelphia Flyers Zac Rinaldo

While the playoffs remain a longshot for the Philadelphia Flyers, GM Paul Holmgren and crew are looking toward the future. The team announced today that both newcomer Jay Rosehill and Zac Rinaldo have been signed on for another two years […]

Philadelphia Flyers’ Injury Woes Continue: Kent Huskins Out With Concussion

Philadelphia Flyers Kent Huskins

The Philadelphia Flyers have had quite the history with concussions, as recent as Danny Briere, who returned to the lineup for the Flyers’ win over the Montreal Canadiens Monday night. But the injury wheel spun again and this time landed […]

Philadelphia Flyers Rumors: Ilya Bryzgalov Benched For Sleeping During Meeting

Philadelphia Flyers Ilya Bryzgalov

Newly acquired Steve Mason got the start (and the loss) against the New York Islanders on Tuesday, but did the Philadelphia Flyers give Mason the nod because of starter Ilya Bryzgalov’s ill-timed nap? 97.5 The Fanatic in Philadelphia and CrossingBroad.com […]

Steve Mason Gets the Start for Philadelphia Flyers

Philadelphia Flyers Steve Mason

The Philadelphia Flyers are looking to their newly acquired (and signed) goalie Steve Mason to help win their biggest game of the season. The team faces the New York Islanders in a battle of the Atlantic Division basement, with the […]

Danny Briere Returns to Philadelphia Flyers Practice

Philadelphia Flyers Danny Briere

Two weeks after suffering a concussion at practice, Danny Briere is practicing yet again with the Philadelphia Flyers. Concussions are a touchy subject in the NHL, but Briere has said that if he feels fine by this weekend, playing against […]