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The Flyers lost captain Chris Pronger for a couple of weeks after he took a high stick to the eye, but he returns tonight against the Lightning.
The Flyers chased Ryan Miller with three goals in the first 6:23, then held on despite a pair of fluky goals to win 3-2.
This year the Philadelphia Flyers are used to seeing familiar faces on the opposition. Tonight will be no different with former Flyers goalie Brian Boucher, who’s had twostints in Philadelphia, between the pipes for the Carolina Hurricanes. The Flyers (5-4-1) hope to gain back a little confidence tonight in the defensive zone after an astonishing [...]
If you have followed the Philadelphia Flyers for long, there are a few key things that you’ve learned: the referees always seem to be against Philadelphia, when the bounces don’t go the Flyers’ way they REALLY don’t go the Flyers’ way, and perhaps most importantly, when there is a rough patch, lady luck is the [...]
Brayden Schenn only managed to play four games with the Flyers, going without a point, before an injury sidelined him. Schenn has a broken left foot, according to CSN Philly’s Tim Panaccio. The Flyers have reportedly called up Zac Rinaldo and Erik Gustafsson from the Adirondack Phantoms of the AHL. Schenn broke his foot in last [...]
The Flyers and Capitals meet tonight at 7:00 p.m. for the first time this season at the Wells Fargo Center in a matchup of two of the three Eastern Conference teams without a regulation loss, the Maple Leafs being the third. “Well I think both teams will use it as a good test,” said Flyers [...]
The Flyers recalled forward Brayden Schenn from the AHL’s Adirondack Phantoms and sent both Zac Rinaldo and Harry Zolnierczyk the other way on loans. Schenn, the fifth overall draft pick in 2009, was a key component of the Mike Richards trade to Los Angeles. Schenn, Wayne Simmonds and a 2012 second round pick came the [...]
It’s early in the season, but the Flyers have already proven that they have what it takes to be contenders for the Stanley Cup. They’re 4-0-1 with wins over the defending champions and the runners up and they’re in the top-10 in the league in average goals for and against. Lots will happen between now [...]
Today marks the return of the recently departed and often criticized former Flyers captain Mike Richards. His trade, still fresh in the minds of Flyers fans, still carries a certain sting when mentioned. The former face of the Flyers’ organization earned quite the bad reputation just before being moved to the Los Angeles Kings with [...]
The new hockey season is young, as is the core of this 2011-2012 Flyers team. That, however, has not stopped them from looking like a team full of veteran awareness. With an offseason of enormous changes that has already been hashed out plenty of times, nobody quite knew what to expect of this club. Would [...]