NHL Preview: Philadelphia Flyers Visit Ottawa
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The Philadelphia Flyers are on the road again as they visit the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night. The Flyers, again, have their work cut out for them against the Senators, who have a much better record than themselves. However, the Sens still have […]

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Philadelphia Flyers vs New York Rangers

There’s no greater excitement than that of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs. If your team is rolling, life is fantastic. That’s a big “if”, though … The Philadelphia Flyers hope they can get things rolling tonight when they visit the […]

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Shea Weber

Andrew MacDonald has done a great deal for the Philadelphia Flyers since being acquired at this year’s trade deadline. Earlier today, he rightfully earned a six-year, $30 million extension with the orange and black, although he probably was slightly overpaid. […]

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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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Claude Giroux 2006 NHL Draft

Some of us remember it as if it were yesterday. How could we not? I mean, it isn’t often a player’s name gets forgotten by the organization he’s getting drafted by. For one, Claude Giroux, that was the case. To […]

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Vincent Lecavalier Jakub Voracek

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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Philadelphia Flyers

It was a game that the Philadelphia Flyers desperately needed. If they couldn’t defeat the NHL‘s worst team, it was quite clear they they didn’t deserve to be in the playoffs. Not only did they beat the Buffalo Sabres, they […]

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Flyers Bruins

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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Rinaldo

Hockey is, and hopefully always will be, a contact sport. Hockey without the rough and tough physical contact is like football without tackling. It just doesn’t make any sense. Those who live in the Philadelphia area pride themselves on their […]

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