NHL Preview: Philadelphia Flyers Host the Pittsburgh Penguins
Flyers host pens

The Philadelphia Flyers are coming off another loss at a really bad time in their schedule. In what will probably be one of the team’s most anticipated games this season, the Flyers will host their bitter cross state rivals the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday. […]

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Rangers vs Flyers

The New York Rangers got off to the ideal start at Madison Square Garden to begin their series against their bitter rival Philadelphia Flyers by trouncing them 4-1 in game one of their best-of-seven series. Many people have pointed to […]

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On the eve of the New York Rangers’ first playoff game against the Philadelphia Flyers, the blue shirts are suddenly scheduled to face Philly’s backup goalie in Game 1. Philadelphia starter Steve Mason will miss Game 1 with an upper-body […]

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2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs

The New York Rangers and their greatest rival, the Philadelphia Flyers, will meet up in a playoff series for the first time since 1997. This rivalry is as heated as they come. Both teams hate each other and they will […]

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The stage is set for the New York Rangers‘ first round of the postseason, and they’ll meet none other than their rivals from Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Flyers clinched the third seed in the Metropolitan division with a 4-3 overtime win against […]

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Ironically enough, last night’s contest with the puny Florida Panthers ended up being the biggest game of the year for the Philadelphia Flyers. In a 5-2 rout of the kittens, Philly punched its ticket to the Stanley Cup playoffs, something […]

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Scoring has never really been an issue for the Philadelphia Flyers — not in the past few seasons at least. This year is no different. They have proven time and time against this season that no matter who has control […]

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FLYERS

Just about a week ago, it looked as if a playoff spot for the Philadelphia Flyers was a stone cold lock. Fast forward to today, and suddenly the orange and black find themselves barely hanging on. Whether it was a […]

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The Philadelphia Flyers have been struggling offensively as of late; the entire hockey universe knows it. Fans around the Delaware Valley are fully aware of the playoff standings situation as well. We’re not here to discuss that, though. Tomorrow is […]

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Fly Guys

There is an obscene amount of good things that can be said about how good the Philadelphia Flyers have been playing lately. Despite losing to the St. Louis Blues in a shootout last night, Philly still managed to pick up another […]

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