Philadelphia Flyers Rebirthing Old Broad Street Bullies
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Hockey has always been, and should always be, a contact sport. The physical nature of play is something that’s been in the game since the beginning of it’s existence. Unfortunately, that physical play can cost players injuries at times. This […]

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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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This one had everything Philadelphia Flyers fans didn’t want. Needing just six more points to make the playoffs, the Flyers failed to pick any points Thursday night when they were defeated by the Columbus Blue Jackets. Columbus, who entered Thursday’s […]

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Who says hockey can’t be exciting without scoring? The St. Louis Blues and Philadelphia Flyers went 65 minutes without a goal Tuesday night and it required a shootout in order to decide a winner. The Blues would win the shootout after […]

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The Philadelphia Flyers made some news last Friday when coach Craig Berube announced that offseason acquisition Vincent Lecavalier was being bumped all the way down to the fourth line. Despite signing a five-year, $22.5 million contract with the team, Lecavalier […]

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The Philadelphia Flyers have had quite an impressive turnaround this season. The club started the year off with a miserable slump, one that eventually cost former coach Peter Laviolette his job. Captain Claude Giroux, however, claimed he still expected the […]

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The Philadelphia Flyers suffered a consecutive loss last night to the hands of the New York Rangers. As important as the game was to try and pick up a win, the orange and black aren’t in the dooming conundrum many […]

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After reaching not one but two different milestones in his career, and breaking New York Rangers‘ franchise records all in the same week, Henrik Lundqvist continued to show why he is one of the greatest goaltenders in Rangers history last […]

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It’s always interesting to see how the fans will react when a player returns to town. On Monday night, Jeff Carter, who played for the Philadelphia Flyers for his first six NHL seasons, returned to the City of Brotherly Love […]

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Electricity filled the the walls of the Wells Fargo Center again yesterday afternoon after the Philadelphia Flyers took down the might St. Louis Blues. For one particular Flyer though, the excitement followed him all the way back into the locker […]

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