1. Simon Gagne: The Definitive Trade Post

    In case you needed another reminder that sports are a business, the Philadelphia Flyers trade of longtime winger Simon Gagne proves just that. The fan favorite was the epitome of class both on and off the ice...

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  2. Flyers-Blackhawks: Claude Giroux Can Do—Game Three View from the Press Box

    The Stanley Cup Final returned to Philadelphia for the first time in 13 years, and it was worth the wait.On a night when the Wachovia Center crowd was on edge from start to finish, the Flyers outlasted Chicago 4-3 in an overtime thriller...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Bill Sudell about over 4 years ago 567 reads 0 comments

  3. 2010 NHL Playoffs: What You Need To Know About Flyers-Hawks To Impress Friends

    The Flyers look to continue their incredible postseason run and end Philadelphia's 35-year Stanley Cup drought as they face the Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup Final...

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  4. Philadelphia Flyers' Run To the Cup: Game Five News and Notes

    The Flyers return home with a 3-1 series lead and an opportunity to clinch a date with the Chicago Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup Finals...

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  5. Flyers vs. Canadiens: A Game 2 View From the Press Box

    On a cold, damp night that made it feel like November instead of playoff time, the Flyers took down the Canadiens 3-0 in Game 2...

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  6. Flyers Vs. Canadiens: A Game One View From The Press Box

    The Flyers certainly carried the momentum from their stirring comeback win over the Bruins into Sunday night’s Game one against Montreal at the raucous Wachovia Center...

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  7. 2010 NHL Playoffs: Philadelphia Flyers Make History in Game 7

    The Flyers look to complete a historic comeback Friday night in Boston after Michael Leighton made 30 saves in his first career post-season start, lifting the Orange and Black to a 2-1 win in Game 6...

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  8. Philadelphia Flyers on the Brink in Game Four

    Despite a solid effort in Game Three, the Flyers find themselves on the brink of elimination Friday night against the Bruins...

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  9. Philadelphia Flyers vs Boston Bruins: Game One News, Notes, and Recap

    The Flyers had eight full days off between their series win over the Devils and Saturday's Game One in Boston. The Bruins had four full days off since polishing off the Sabres on Monday...

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  10. Flyers Fans Who Do You Want: Bruins Or Caps?

    So who do you want: Bruins or Caps? While most Flyers fans might instantly say Boston, it may not be as easy a question as it seems...

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  11. Philadelphia Flyers-New Jersey Devils: Game Three Review, Notes and Trivia

    Game Three Recap Philadelphia dominated from the drop of the puck, outshooting the Devils 34-19, including 18-4 in the third period and overtime. Ilya Kovalchuk and Patrik Elias were each held without a shot in the game...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Bill Sudell about over 4 years ago 222 reads 1 comments

  12. Flyers-Devils: NHL Playoff Notes and Observations for Philadelphia, New Jersey

    Series Notes -This is the fourth all-time meeting in the playoffs between the two franchises and the first time New Jersey has had home ice advantage. -Philadelphia won the season series 5-1, outscoring the Devils 20-13...

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  13. A Philadelphia Flyers Fan's View from the 2010 Winter Classic

    Despite the outcome, the 2010 Winter Classic was a thrill, as well as a once in a lifetime experience for the thousands of Flyers fans who made the trip to Fenway Park. Philly fans once again were out in full force for a road game...

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  14. Philadelphia Flyers: Are They the New Islanders?

    After another lackluster effort against Florida, the Flyers find themselves with 14 losses in their last 17 games. Consider some of these staggering facts for the team The Hockey News picked to win the Stanley Cup: 32 points in 35 games...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Bill Sudell about almost 5 years ago 426 reads 1 comments

  15. Iverson's Return About More Than Wins and Losses For 76ers

    The Sixers' decision to bring back Allen Iverson has created a buzz in Philadelphia that this organization hasn't experienced since the 2001 season. NBA basketball in his town had become about as irrelevant as Philadelphia's lingerie football team...

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  16. Stevens Leaves Flyers Without an Identity

    The Flyers’ decision to fire John Stevens was certainly not surprising to anyone who has watched this team over the last two seasons. While most believe the roster is stocked with talent, the product on the ice is far from impressive...

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  17. Philadelphia Flyers Season Preview: The Right, Wrong, And Lingering Questions

    Another season of Flyers hockey is here and expectations are once again sky high. After the difficult finish to the 2008-09 campaign, the team made the biggest splash of the NHL offseason, acquiring former Norris and Hart Trophy winner Chris Pronger...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Bill Sudell about almost 6 years ago 193 reads 0 comments

  18. Chris Pronger: Born to Be a Philadelphia Flyer

    The Flyers made a major move on Thursday night by acquiring Chris Pronger and Ryan Dingle from the Ducks for Joffrey Lupul (Hey, Gary Bettman, it’s Joffrey, not Jeffrey), Luca Sbisa, two first rounders and a third-round pick...

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  19. The Pros and Cons of Bringing Ray Emery to the Philadelphia Flyers

    The Flyers reportedly will sign goalie Ray Emery to a one-year contract as soon as the free-agent period opens on July 1. No financial terms were available as of yet...

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  20. Remembering Peter Zezel and the Greatest Flyers Game of All-Time

    Hard to believe it’s been 22 years, but May 28, 1987 is a special date in Flyers’ history. The orange and black returned home to The Spectrum after overcoming a 2-0 deficit and defeating the Oilers 4-3 in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final...

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  21. Flyers-Penguins: Fleury Stands on His Head

    Game Four can be summarized in three words: Marc-Andre Fleury. This was a classic case of a hot goalie stealing his team a game. The Pens' goalkeeper was phenomenal, making 45 saves in Pittsburgh’s 3-1 win...

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  22. Home Sweet Home: Philadelphia Flyers' Game Three Observations and Notes

    (FIREDFORWINNING.COM) The Flyers clawed their way back into the series with a 6-3 win over the Penguins in Game Three Sunday afternoon. Even during warm ups the Wachovia Center was in a frenzy, and the energy never waned...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Bill Sudell about over 5 years ago 268 reads 0 comments

  23. Flyers Game 2 Observations and Notes

    (FIREDFORWINNING.COM) The Flyers fell 3-2 in overtime to the Penguins in Game Two Friday. The orange and black showed more effort and determination than Game One, but couldn't hold a late 2-1 lead...

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  24. Philadelphia Flyers' Game One Nuggets

    The Flyers fell 4-1 to the Penguins in Game One of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals last night. The orange and black seemed to sleepwalk through most of the game as the maddening trend of uninspired hockey continued for the Flyers...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Bill Sudell about over 5 years ago 56 reads 1 comments