1. Claude Giroux Fuels Philadelphia Flyers' Resurgence

    PHILADELPHIA -- During an interview that lasted less than six minutes Tuesday morning, Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux used the word "we" 18 times and "team" 10 times...

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  2. The Roots of Steve Mason's Success

    Walking rapidly toward the entrance of the Air Canada Centre, fans wearing blue and white Toronto Maple Leafs jerseys - van Riemsdyk, Clarkson, and Phaneuf were among the players' ...

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  3. Ranking the Top 5 Moments in the Flyers-Penguins Rivalry

    The rivalry between the Philadelphia Flyers and the Pittsburgh Penguins is one of the most intense in the NHL today...

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  4. Flyers Fans Had Hockey Jerseys Censored at Penguins Game

    Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh has a formal policy when it comes to signs and banners at events: Provided they're in good taste and made of right material, they'll be permitted inside the arena...

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  5. Will the Next 10 Games Sink the Philadelphia Flyers' 2013-14 Season?

    The Philadelphia Flyers handled their business over the weekend, sweeping a home-and-home series with the Pittsburgh Penguins to move into second place in the Metropolitan Division...

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  6. Philadelphia Flyers Looking Like Legitimate Stanley Cup Contenders

    The Philadelphia Flyers are looking like one of the best teams in the NHL after beating the Pittsburgh Penguins in back-to-back games this past weekend...

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  7. Ranking the 5 Most Heartbreaking Playoff Losses in Philadelphia Flyers History

    In their 46-year history, the postseason has been a bit of a mixed bag for the Philadelphia Flyers . 414 total playoff outings: 214 victories, 200 defeats. 77 career postseason series: 43 victories, 34 defeats...

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  8. Flyers Beat Penguins for Second Straight Day

    PITTSBURGH -- The Philadelphia Flyers used dominating special teams to sweep a weekend home-and-home series against the rival Pittsburgh Penguins .....

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  9. Flyers Honor Fred Shero with Eight-Foot Statue

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  10. 5 Keys to the Philadelphia Flyers' Playoff Push

    The Philadelphia Flyers have 17 games remaining on their schedule and find themselves in a competitive race to reach the NHL playoffs. They had a slow start to this season but have played better since November...

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  11. The 5 Greatest Playoff Series in Philadelphia Flyers History

    The Philadelphia Flyers have qualified for the playoffs 36 times in the team's 46-year history. In all, the Orange and Black have enjoyed 414 franchise postseason outings, capturing 214 game victories, 43 series triumphs and two Stanley Cups...

    Dan Fremuth Written by Dan Fremuth about 6 months ago 3,188 reads 5 comments

  12. Flyers Injury Update: Emery Feels Ready to Play

    Ray Emery thinks he is ready to go. The Flyers ' goalie who has been rehabbing a groin pull got lots of work Thursday in preparation for this weekend's back-to-back encounter with the Pittsburgh Penguins ...

    Zachary Petersel Written by Zachary Petersel about 6 months ago 110 reads 0 comments

  13. Giroux, Crosby at Center of Flyers-Penguins Weekend

    Back in 2012, in a moment of post-game euphoria, then- Flyers coach Peter Laviolette called Claude Giroux the “best player in the world” after the center helped eliminate heavily favored Pittsburgh in the Stanley Cup playoffs...

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  14. Ranking the 5 Biggest Blowout Wins in Philadelphia Flyers' Playoff History

    The Philadelphia Flyers have been a very successful franchise since they entered the NHL in 1967. The Flyers were the first expansion team to win the Stanley Cup...

    Brad Kurtzberg Written by Brad Kurtzberg about 6 months ago 1,976 reads 0 comments

  15. Ryan Kesler Wouldn't Have Accepted Trade to Philadelphia Flyers

    Remember the trade deadline rumors about the Flyers and Ryan Kesler? It was mentioned more than once in the days leading up to the 2014 deadline that that Flyers and Penguins were ...

    Benjamin Cruz Written by Benjamin Cruz about 6 months ago 193 reads 0 comments

  16. Flyers' Downie Wearing Multiple Helmets

    SINCE STEVE DOWNIE landed back in Philadelphia on Halloween in a trade for Max Talbot, he has played in virtually every role the Flyers have to offer...

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  17. Timonen Will 'Figure out During the Summer' If He Wants to Keep Playing

    Even at 38 years old, Kimmo Timonen is a huge part of the Flyers . The Finnish defenseman logs over 20 minutes per game and leads all Philadelphia blue-liners with 16 power-play assists...

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  18. Kimmo Timonen's Strong Play After Olympics Key to Philadelphia Flyers' Success

    The Philadelphia Flyers have gone 3-0-1 in their last four games, and one big reason for their recent success is the play of defenseman Kimmo Timonen . The 38-year-old Finnish defenseman has come to life after the Olympics...

    Brad Kurtzberg Written by Brad Kurtzberg about 6 months ago 1,258 reads 5 comments

  19. Flyers Injury Update: Emery Returns to Practice

    Flyers goaltender Ray Emery was back at practice Monday at Skate Zone, but don't expect to see him back in net in a game until at least the weekend...

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  20. Berube in No Rush to Give Mason a Rest

    Steve Mason has continued his routine for weeks now. He is the first one on the ice before practice with goalie coach Jeff Reese. They work on rebound control while Mason is down in the butterfly...

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  21. End to End: Emery's Injury a Cause for Concern?

    Each week, we'll ask questions about the Flyers to our resident hockey analysts and see what they have to say.....

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  22. Simmonds, Giroux Pull off Hockey Stick Alley-Oop vs. Globetrotters (Video)

    Wayne Simmonds and Claude Giroux of the Philadelphia Flyers traded their skates for sneakers on Sunday at Wells Fargo Center, taking on the Harlem Globetrotters...

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  23. Giroux Sets Up Simmonds for an Alley-Oop During Globetrotters Game in Philly

    As the Courier Post notes, the Philadelphia Flyers tend to lean toward basketball as their pre-game ritual instead of soccer or other activities...

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  24. How Philadelphia Flyers Have Become One of the Hottest Teams in the NHL

    After the Philadelphia Flyers started the 2013-14 season 4-10-1 and fired their coach, a lot of people wrote them off as contenders. But with Craig Berube at the helm, things have been different in Philadelphia...

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  25. PST: What Are Flyers' Odds of Deep Playoff Run?

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