1. Remembering Philadelphia Flyers' Historic 1974 Playoff Win Over New York Rangers

    It's tough to believe that next month will mark the 40th anniversary of a huge milestone for the Philadelphia Flyers and the NHL : In 1974, the Flyers became the first expansion team every to defeat a member of the Original Six in a playoff series...

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  2. Why Sean Couturier Is Such an Important Part of the Philadelphia Flyers' Success

    Sean Couturier is in his third season with the Philadelphia Flyers and the Phoenix native has already become one of the most popular members of the team. He is also one of the most valuable to those who watch the club on a game-by-game basis...

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  3. The Top 5 Free Agent Signings in Green Bay Packers History

    Green Bay Packers' general manager Ted Thompson historically has not been a huge believer in signing big-ticket free agents. Each March, many NFL teams go on lavish shopping sprees, but the Packers tend to add only role players...

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  4. Ranking the Top Candidates for Philadelphia Flyers' Team MVP

    The Philadelphia Flyers find themselves in the thick of the Metropolitan Division playoff race as the 2013-14 NHL season enters the home stretch...

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  5. How the Philadelphia Flyers Stack Up with Their Most Likely Playoff Opponents

    The Philadelphia Flyers find themselves in the thick of a very tight playoff race in the Metropolitan Division as the NHL season enters its final weeks. Frank Seravalli of The Philadelphia Daily News cited statistics from SportsClubStats ..

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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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...

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  9. 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...

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  10. Doomed Vanek Trade Icing on the Cake for New York Islanders' Disastrous Season

    The New York Islanders traded forward Thomas Vanek at the NHL trade deadline as expected, according to NHL.com . What was not expected by most fans of this beleaguered franchise was how little they got in return...

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  11. How Andrew MacDonald Trade Helps Philadelphia Flyers' 2014 Playoff Chances

    The Philadelphia Flyers acquired defenseman Andrew MacDonald from the New York Islanders today in exchange for a third-round draft choice in 2014 and a second-round pick in 2015...

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  12. Why Claude Giroux Is the Lynchpin for the Philadelphia Flyers' Success

    Reggie Jackson was once called "the straw that stirred the drink" when he joined the New York Yankees in 1977. Well, OK, Jackson called himself that...

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  13. Ranking the 5 Worst Trades in Philadelphia Flyers History

    As the NHL trade deadline approaches, it is a good time to review the worst trades in Philadelphia Flyers history...

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  14. Why the Philadelphia Flyers Must Be Active at the 2014 NHL Trade Deadline

    The Philadelphia Flyers find themselves in the thick of a closely contested race to qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs as the NHL season resumes following the Olympic break...

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  15. Final Grades for Philadelphia Flyers Players in the 2014 Winter Olympics

    Well, the Olympics are over and the Philadelphia Flyers and the rest of the NHL are set to resume play this week. The Flyers sent five players to Sochi to represent their respective countries...

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  16. Grades for Each Philadelphia Flyers Free-Agent Signing in 2013-14

    The Philadelphia Flyers made three major offseason signings last summer. Now, with the 2013-14 NHL season hitting the home stretch, we can evaluate each of these signings and assign general manager Paul Holmgren a grade...

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  17. Switzerland vs. Sweden Olympic Women's Hockey 2014: Bronze Medal Game Live Score

    Switzerland overcame a 2-0 deficit after two periods to capture their first medal in women's ice hockey. Sara Benz and Phoebe Stanz scored to tie the game at 2-2 before Jessica Lutz put Switzerland ahead to stay with 6:17 left in the third period...

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  18. Ranking the Top 5 Offensive Playoff Performances in Philadelphia Flyers History

    Earlier this week, we looked at the top individual single-game offensive performances in Philadelphia Flyers ' regular-season history. Now we will examine the best individual offensive playoff games since Philadelphia joined the NHL in 1967...

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  19. Canada vs. Latvia Olympic Ice Hockey: Live Score and Analysis

    Latvia put up a heroic fight but just couldn't pull off the upset. Goalie Kristers Gudlevskis was the best player in this game. He made 56 saves and kept Latvia close throughout the contest...

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  20. Ranking the 5 Best Offensive Performances in Philadelphia Flyers History

    The Philadelphia Flyers have been one of the more successful teams in the NHL since they joined the league back in 1967. Here is a look back at the finest individual offensive games in Flyers' history...

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  21. Finland vs. Canada Olympic Hockey 2014: Live Score and Analysis

    Drew Doughty scored both goals as Canada edged Finland 2-1 in overtime. The game gave Canada the third seed in the quarterfinals, while Finland will settle for the fourth seed and may have to play Russia in its next game...

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  22. USA Win over Russia: Great Olympic Hockey Game but No Miracle

    Saturday’s exciting 3-2 shootout win for the United States over Russia was a great hockey game that will have its place in both our collective memory and Olympic lore...

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  23. Canada vs. Austria Olympic Hockey 2014: Live Score, Highlights and Reaction

    Canada 6, Austria 0 FINAL Jeff Carter had a natural hat trick and Roberto Luongo made 23 saves to earn a shutout as Canada blanked Austria 6-0. Canada played a much stronger all-around game than they did against Norway...

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  24. Ranking the Philadelphia Flyers Most Likely to Be Moved at Trade Deadline

    The Philadelphia Flyers are on hold during the Olympics, but the NHL trade deadline looms less than two weeks after the league returns to action February 25...

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  25. Russia vs. Slovenia Olympic Hockey 2014: Live Score and Analysis

    Russia 5, Slovenia 2 FINAL The Russians struggled more than they expected to, but in the end the fans of the host team went away happy with a 5-2 win over Slovenia...

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