1. NHL Free Agents: Marty Turco Rejects Philadelphia Flyers Offer

    The Flyers goaltending search continues. According to ESPN.com's Pierre LeBrun and E.J. Hradek, the Flyers were granted permission from the Dallas Stars to negotiate with soon-to-be unrestricted free agent goalie Marty Turco...

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  2. Philadelphia Flyers Acquire Dan Hamhuis, Pick From Nashville for Ryan Parent

    The Flyers announced on Saturday that they have acquired the rights to Dan Hamhuis along with a conditional pick in the 2011 draft from the Nashville Predators in exchange for restricted free agent Ryan Parent...

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  3. Blues Clues: St. Louis Steals Jaroslav Halak from Montreal

    In a move that caught everyone by surprise, the St. Louis Blues on Thursday snagged goaltender Jaroslav Halak from the Montreal Canadiens for a pair of prospects: Lars Eller and Ian Schultz...

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  4. Flyers' Run Comes To End, but Not Without Bringing Pride To Philadelphia First

    Well, we’ll have to wait at least another year to witness the Philadelphia Flyers hoist Lord’s Stanley Cup as they dropped Game 6 against the Chicago Blackhawks Wednesday ...

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  5. 2010 Stanley Cup Finals: Why the Philadelphia Flyers Should Start Brian Boucher

    Flyers coach Peter Laviolette has a very difficult decision to make in the coming days on who will be his starting goaltender for Game Six against the Chicago Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup Finals...

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  6. Stanley Cup 2010: Ville Leino Emerges as Hero, Sets Rookie Record for Flyers

    Ville Leino has been an unsung hero for the Flyers ever since entering the lineup as an injury replacement for Jeff Carter in Game Five of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals, and he penciled his name into the history books Friday night...

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  7. 2010 NHL Stanley Cup Finals: Flyers Fine Tune Lineup, Hope to Split in Chicago

    We learned yesterday that Danny Carcillo will return to the lineup for Game Two against the Chicago Blackhawks, but we didn't know who was going to make an exit until today...

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  8. Fear the 'Stache: Dan Carcillo To Fly Again in Game Two

    According to several Flyers beat writers , forward Danny Carcillo will be inserted back into the lineup for Game Two of the Stanley Cup Finals against the Chicago Blackhawks Monday night at the United Center...

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  9. Philadelphia Flyers Know They Can't Take Anything for Granted

    It has been 13 years since the Philadelphia Flyers have last skated in the Stanley Cup Finals, and it's been even longer since they've last hoisted Lord's Stanley Cup; 35 years to be exact...

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  10. Mike Richards Keeps Promise: Leads Flyers to 2010 Stanley Cup Finals

    Mike Richards said in his pregame press conference that the fans of Philadelphia deserved having the Eastern Conference Final clincher played on the Wachovia Center ice...

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  11. Philadelphia Flyers Create Havoc in Front of Halak, Take Game One

    Coming into Sunday night's Eastern Conference Finals Game One against Montreal, the Flyers had a good idea what they had to do in order to beat the Canadiens: create havoc in front of Jaroslav Halak, who enters as the playoffs best goalie...

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  12. Philadelphia Flyers are a Game Seven Win Away from Making History

    Six years ago, Boston was celebrating one of the greatest comebacks in sports history as the Boston Red Sox became only the third team in professional sports history to win a playoff series after losing the first three games...

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  13. Jeff Carter, Simon Gagne Absent from Flyers Lineup Due to Foot, Toe Fractures

    According to general manager Paul Holmgren, Flyers forwards Jeff Carter and Simon Gagne will undergo foot surgery on Friday after both forwards suffered fractures in Philly’s 4-1 Game Four win over the New Jersey Devils...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about 4 years ago 657 reads 4 comments

  14. NHL Playoffs: Ryan Parent Returns To Lineup for Game 2 for Philadelphia Flyers

    According to Anthony SanFilippo , the Flyers will dress defenseman Ryan Parent for Friday night’s Game 2 against the New Jersey Devils...

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  15. Brian Boucher Dominates, Philadelphia Flyers Take Game One vs. New Jersey Devils

    In his first playoff start in eight years, Brian Boucher was nothing short of brilliant. Boucher made 23 saves and outplayed future Hall of Fame goalie Marty Brodeur, as the ...

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  16. 2010 NHL Playoffs: Philadelphia Flyers Versus New Jersey Devils Game 1 Live Chat

    With the 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs set to get underway tonight, the Philadelphia Flyers and New Jersey Devils will kick things off in their seven game series at 7:30 PM Eastern Time at the Prudential Center...

    Bleacher Report Written by Bleacher Report about 4 years ago 520 reads 1 comments

  17. Philadelphia Flyers Playoff Hopes Live or Die with Season Finale against Rangers

    Eighty one games into the regular season, it's safe to say that the Philadelphia Flyers are not where they want to be in the standings...

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  18. Could Jonathan Bernier Solve the Philadelphia Flyers' Goalie Troubles?

    Since it was reported that the Philadelphia Flyers have prioritized finding a young, long term solution at goaltender this coming offseason leading many to speculate they could find an answer in Montreal...

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  19. Flyers' Jeff Carter Returns To Practice Thursday, Could Play Weekend vs. Rangers

    Flyers-Thur/landing.html?blockID=211713&feedID=704" target="_blank">According to Tim Panaccio , Jeff Carter was cleared to practice with the Flyers on Thursday after missing eight games with a non-displaced fracture in his left foot...

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  20. Jaroslav Halak: Habs More Likely to Trade Halak Than Carey Price

    According to Marc-Antoine Godin of La Presse , the Montreal Canadiens are more willing to move white-hot goaltender Jaroslav Halak in the offseason than 22-year-old Carey Price, ...

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  21. Philadelphia Flyers Should Give Johan Backlund Starting Duties

    With five games remaining in the regular season, the Philadelphia Flyers are in a dogfight for a playoff spot. As it stands right now, they possess the No. 6 seed in the Eastern Conference, and would face the Buffalo Sabres in the first round...

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  22. Philadelphia Flyers Sign Sebastien Caron to 10-Day Contract

    The Flyers have signed goaltender Sebastien Caron from the Swiss Elite League, according to Philadelphia Daily News beat writer Frank Seravalli...

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  23. Is Carey Price the Answer at Goalie for the Philadelphia Flyers?

    The Philadelphia Flyers have had goaltending issues for years, and it's partially their fault as it seems like they don't put much value into the goalie position; however, that's ...

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  24. Philadelphia Flyers Will Focus on Finding Long Term Goalie

    According to Daily Times hockey writer Anthony SanFilippo , a source with full knowledge of the Philadelphia Flyers personnel decisions and plans has made it clear to him that the ...

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  25. Philadelphia Flyers: Jeff Carter Out for Three to Four Weeks with Broken Foot

    Just when you thought things couldn't get any worse for the Philadelphia Flyers, they do. After losing starting goalie Michael Leighton for the season, general manager Paul Holmgren ...

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