1. Injury Update: Steve Mason

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  2. Claude Giroux Is the Hero Philadelphia Needs (Video)

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  3. Phantoms Unveil a Pretty Amazing New Mascot Named 'Melvin'

    The Phantoms, the Flyers ' American Hockey League affiliate and former South Philly neighbor, are returning to the region this fall after spending the last five seasons in Glens Falls, N...

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  4. 104-Year-Old Flyers Fan Gets Big Birthday Surprise

    It'd be nice if we could all live until we were 100. Unfortunately, things like fast food and Netflix trump exercise 99 times out of 100.....

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  5. Eric Lindros, John LeClair and Eric Desjardins to Be Named into PHI HOF

    The Philadelphia Flyers will induct Eric Lindros, John LeClair and Eric Desjardins into the Flyers Hall of Fame during the 2014-15 season, according to team president Paul Holmgren...

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  6. Claude Giroux Buys Big on Rittenhouse Square

    Claude Giroux, captain of the Philadelphia Flyers , paid roughly $2.2 million for a unit on the 29th floor of Ten Rittenhouse Square at 130 S. 18th St., according to Philadelphia property records...

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  7. Laughton's Development, Ashbee's Birthday, Quick Hits

    * From the day he was announced as the Flyers ' new general manager, Ron Hextall has emphasized a mantra that the organization will not rush its prospects to the NHL nor will NHL ...

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  8. Trio of Philadelphia Flyers Prospects Patiently Waiting Their Turn

    Scott Laughton experienced the thrill of making an NHL opening-night roster twice. Shayne Gostisbehere got his first taste of professional hockey last season, as did Robert Hagg, who made his North American pro debut in 2013-14...

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  9. Ranking the 5 Most Colorful Players in Philadelphia Flyers History

    The Philadelphia Flyers have had many colorful characters wear the Orange and Black since they entered the NHL in 1967...

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  10. Predicting Philadelphia Flyers' Most Improved Players for 2014-15 Season

    After a 10th-place finish in the Eastern Conference following the lockout-shortened 2012-13 season, the Philadelphia Flyers rebounded last year with 42 victories en route to a sixth-place ...

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  11. State of the Franchise: Philadelphia Flyers Stuck in Neutral

    When the NHL calendar flipped from June to July 1, the first day teams could sign free agents, clubs in the Metropolitan Division were busy scooping up players...

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  12. Former NHL Ref Details Altercation with Former Flyer Eric Lindros

    Retired NHL player and referee Paul Stewart wrote a column for the Huffington Post that sheds some light on the relationship referees have with NHL players and coaches...

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  13. Pierre-Edouard Bellemare: Flying Under the Radar

    Two weeks before the free agency began, Pierre-Edouard Bellemare signed with the Philadelphia Flyers . Get used to spelling his full name, because Pierre-Edouard Bellemare was the best signing Ron Hextall has made this offseason...

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  14. Flyers' Grassroots Movement

    THE SOFT sell when Ron Hextall was promoted to the post of Flyers general manager in early May was that it was a natural evolution...

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  15. Predicting Philadelphia Flyers' Best Player at Each Position in 5 Years

    The Philadelphia Flyers have really done a good job building up their farm system in the last two years, and they already had a lot of good, young talent in the NHL already...

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  16. Flyers Get 16 National TV Games in 2014-15

    The Flyers will get among the most national TV exposure of any team in the National Hockey League in the 2014-15 season. They'll make 16 appearances on NBC and NBCSN combined, with 12 of them being exclusive national telecasts...

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  17. Ranking the 5 Greatest Sharpshooters in Philadelphia Flyers History

    The Philadelphia Flyers have had some incredible goal scorers in their 47-year history. Snipers who could bury pucks from just about anywhere. Playmakers who could turn nothing into something...

    Dan Fremuth Written by Dan Fremuth about 9 days ago 1,186 reads 3 comments

  18. Mark Streit Deserves to QB the First Power Play

    The Flyers had one of the most lethal power plays in the league during the 2013-14 season. They did this with an aging Kimmo Timonen, while also giving up 11 shorthanded goals...

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  19. How Do the Flyers Score Their Goals?

    For several years now the Flyers have had some of the better power play and penalty killing units in the league. That was no different in 2013-2014 when they had the seventh ranked power play and the seventh ranked penalty kill...

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  20. Flyers to Be Nationally Televised 16 Times in 2014-15

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  21. Ranking the 5 Most Important Overtime Goals in Philadelphia Flyers History

    There is nothing more exciting in the game of hockey than scoring a big goal in overtime to win a playoff game...

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  22. The Biggest Missed Opportunities in Philadelphia Flyers' 2014 Offseason

    Overall, it's been a relatively uneventful offseason so far for the Philadelphia Flyers . Scott Hartnell was shipped to the Columbus Blue Jackets in exchange for former Flyer R...

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  23. Roenick: Mason Is Not the Flyers' Answer for a Stanley Cup

    Jeremy Roenick does not believe the Flyers will win the Stanley Cup with Steve Mason in net. Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/flyers/Jeremy_Roenick_Steve_Mason_Stanley_Cup_Flyers...

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  24. Former NHL Ref Details Altercation with Former Flyer Eric Lindros

    Retired NHL player and referee Paul Stewart wrote a column for the Huffington Post that sheds some light on the relationship referees have with NHL players and coaches. Read more at http://www...

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  25. The Flyers Must Walk a Fine Line in Developing Their Defensive Prospects

    The Flyers have a number of high profile, high ceiling defensive prospects in the pipeline for the first time in a very long time, and the conversation has quickly changed from acquiring prospects to developing them...

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