1. L. Schenn Back in Lineup, Flyers in Playoff Mode

    After sitting out Tuesday's game in Montreal because of an undisclosed injury, defenseman Luke Schenn will return to the Flyers ' lineup Friday night in Columbus .....

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  2. Hextall: 'No Talk Whatsoever' of Shutting Mason Down for Season

    Flyers general manager Ron Hextall finally confirmed on Thursday that goalie Steve Mason had arthroscopic surgery to his right knee on Tuesday.....

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  3. Hextall Thinking Long-Term as Trade Deadline Approaches

    Flyers general manager Ron Hextall made it clear Thursday that he is not going to trade one of his younger players for a chance to slip into the playoffs this season.....

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  4. Flyers Must Prepare for Timonen's Return

    The NHL 's trade deadline is 17 days away, Ron Hextall's last chance to shake up a stagnant Flyers roster until the summer.....

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  5. Flyers React to Blockbuster Trade Between Jets, Sabres

    The fallout from the blockbuster trade that sent Winnipeg's moody forward, Evander Kane, to Buffalo on Wednesday represents the first shot fired in advance of the March 2 NHL trade deadline...

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  6. Flyers Injury Report: Luke Schenn Expected to Return Friday

    Defenseman Luke Schenn expects to return to the Flyers lineup on Friday night against the Blue Jackets .....

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  7. Timonen Targets End of Feb. for Return to Flyers

    VOORHEES, N.J. -– Kimmo Timonen won't be playing against the Columbus Blue Jackets Feb. 17 at the Wells Fargo Center, but the date is circled on his calendar nonetheless...

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  8. Michael Raffl's Long, Lingering Illness

    MONTRÉAL — Three players on the Minnesota Wild were diagnosed with the mumps earlier this season, and their combined five games missed due to the illness are fewer than what Michael Raffl has already sat out for the Flyers ...

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  9. GM Hextall in Tough Spot as Deadline Approaches

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  10. Steve Mason Injury: Updates on Flyers Star's Knee and Return

    Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Steve Mason underwent arthroscopic surgery on his injured knee, and is closing in on a return to action, with a targeted return for Saturday's game...

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  11. Flyers Notes: Flyers Calling Up Stolarz: Ready or Not

    Flyers general manager Ron Hextall was candid as he talked about his new backup goalie, 21-year-old Anthony Stolarz, on Sunday.....

    Robert Piva Written by Robert Piva about 5 months ago 34 reads 0 comments

  12. Umberger-Coburn Skirmish at Practice Broken Up by Berube

    It's been quite a while since Braydon Coburn got into a tussle with anyone on the ice. He hasn't played a game since Jan. 12.....

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  13. Report: Steve Mason to Have Arthroscopic Surgery on Knee

    Steve Mason didn't want to undergo an arthroscopic procedure in January, but it now appears he no longer has a choice...

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  14. Report: Flyers G Mason to Undergo Knee Prodecure

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  15. Flyers Hold Back Capitals, 3-1

    WASHINGTON — As the Flyers packed their bags and skated out of the District with an improbable victory over the Capitals , one lingering thought was left behind...

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  16. Hextall Would Be Surprised If Mason Plays Nextweek

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  17. Flyers Beat Capitals, but Goalie Mason Injured

    WASHINGTON -- Wayne Simmonds scored the go-ahead goal early in the third period, and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Washington Capitals 3-1 Sunday despite losing starting goalie Steve Mason to an injury...

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  18. Video: Flyers Lose Mason Again to Lower-Body Injury

    The Philadelphia Flyers were starting to look like a team that might claw their way back into the playoff picture after going 5-1-1 in their last seven games...

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  19. Flyers' Laughton Fights Capitals' Niskanen, Attempts to Exact Revenge for Hit

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  20. Mason Won't Return Due to Lower-Body Injury

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  21. Steve Mason Leaves vs. Caps with Injury

    Steve Mason leaves the game for Ray Emery. First time Emery and Holtby in same game since Thrilla in South Phila...

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  22. Heading into Big Trip, Flyers Need to Keep Rolling

    The Flyers are feeling better about themselves again after getting nine of 10 points on a season-long homestand that started great and ended with disappointment...

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  23. Flyers' Timonen takes to the ice, is confident he can play this season

    KIMMO TIMONEN shook his head as he unlaced his skates yesterday, still sweating after ending his longest on-ice absence since he started playing hockey at age 7 in Finland...

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  24. Flyers Still Have Lots of Ground to Make Up

    Five wins in seven games and at least a point in five consecutive contests means little if the losses come against teams well ahead in the standings...

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  25. Flyers' Braydon Coburn Back Skating ... Also Could Be Traded

    VOORHEES — Just after Kimmo Timonen finished up his first on-ice workout in more than nine months,his old Flyers defense partner was about to start his one-man workout...

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