1. The Rich NFL Playoff History of the Packers vs. 49ers

    The Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers are two of the more successful teams in NFL history. It should come as no surprise that these teams have hooked up in some epic playoff battles...

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  2. How We Remember the Philadelphia Flyers-Red Army Game 38 Years Later

    It’s hard to believe that next week will mark the 38th anniversary of the famous Flyers exhibition against the Soviet Red Army. The game was played at the Spectrum on January 11, 1976, and it was one of the proudest moments in Flyers history...

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  3. New Year's Resolutions for the 2013-14 Philadelphia Flyers

    Happy New Year, everybody. As we begin 2014, the Philadelphia Flyers are no different than the rest of us: There are things about the team that the management, coaches and players want to improve and work on over the new year...

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  4. Report Card for Philadelphia Flyers at Halfway Point of 2013-14 Season

    The Philadelphia Flyers are nearly halfway through the 2013-14 NHL season. After a slow start, the team has rallied and is now in the thick of the playoff hunt in the Metropolitan Division...

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  5. The Best Philadelphia Flyers Moments of 2013

    As the calendar year of 2013 comes to a close, we take a look back at the top moments during the last 12 months for the Philadelphia Flyers . This was hardly a banner year for the franchise...

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  6. What Wayne Simmonds' Recent Hot Streak Means for the Philadelphia Flyers

    The Philadelphia Flyers have gotten increased production from winger Wayne Simmonds recently, and it has helped the entire team be more productive offensively...

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  7. What the Philadelphia Flyers Should Wish for This Christmas

    Kids aren't the only ones sending letters to Santa with a wish list at this time of year; NHL teams have Christmas wish lists, too. Here is a look at what the Philadelphia Flyers should be asking for at this very special time of year...

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  8. How Philadelphia Flyers' Top Line Has Been Improving Without Vincent Lecavalier

    When the Philadelphia Flyers lost Vincent Lecavalier to injury on November 30, there was concern that the team would again struggle to score goals like it did early in the season...

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  9. NHL: Assessing the Aftermath of Tom Wilson's Hit on Brayden Schenn

    Philadelphia Flyers forward Brayden Schenn was the victim of a hard hit from behind by Tom Wilson of the Washington Capitals on Tuesday night...

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  10. What Are Craig Berube's Chances to Be Philadelphia Flyers Coach in 2014-15?

    If the NHL season ended today, the Philadelphia Flyers would miss the playoffs in consecutive seasons for the first time since 1992-93 and 1993-94...

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  11. Early Look at the Philadelphia Flyers' Cap Situation for 2014 Offseason

    The salary cap is a big issue for the Philadelphia Flyers and all NHL teams. The league recently announced that the estimated salary cap for 2014-15 is $71 million...

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  12. Latest Updates on the Philadelphia Flyers' Top Prospects

    While the Philadelphia Flyers are off to a disappointing start to the 2013-14 NHL season, the team still has some promising players in their system...

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  13. How Much of a Setback is Vincent Lecavalier's Injury for Philadelphia Flyers?

    The Philadelphia Flyers got some bad news over the weekend: Vincent Lecavalier will miss as much as four weeks after suffering a non-displaced fracture in his back...

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  14. Why Is Philadelphia Flyers' Blue Line Failing to Produce Points?

    The Philadelphia Flyers are presently 29th in the NHL in points scored by their defensemen. Just looking at their roster, you would think the Flyers' defensemen would be a productive lot...

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  15. Ranking the Best Nicknames in Philadelphia Flyers History

    There have been great nicknames throughout the history of the NHL , but the Philadelphia Flyers have had some of the best. Here is a look at the greatest nicknames in the history of the Philadelphia Flyers...

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  16. 5 Trends That Must Continue for Philadelphia Flyers to Keep Winning in 2013-14

    The Philadelphia Flyers are back in the hunt in the NHL 's Metropolitan Division after a dreadful 1-7-0 start to the season. Now, the team is 11-12-1 which leaves them just two points behind the New York Rangers for third place with a game in hand..

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  17. Former Philadelphia Flyers Still Being Snubbed for the Hall of Fame

    The Philadelphia Flyers have had many great players since they entered the NHL in 1967. A handful have already been given the sport's highest individual honor: induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame...

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  18. NHL: How Philadelphia Flyers' Defense Has Spurred Recent Winning Streak

    Don't look now, but after a horrible 1-7-0 start, the Philadelphia Flyers are 10-11-2 and back in the thick of the race in the NHL 's Metropolitan Division ...

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  19. Will Brayden Schenn Break Out in 2013-14 with Philadelphia Flyers?

    While the Philadelphia Flyers got off to a slow start to this year’s NHL season, one player who has shown the potential to take his game to a new level is winger Brayden Schenn ...

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  20. NHL: Ranking the Greatest Goalies in Philadelphia Flyers History

    Goaltending is a big part of any successful hockey team. Since entering the NHL in 1967, the Philadelphia Flyers have had some outstanding netminders. Here is a look at the top five goalies in Flyers history...

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  21. How John Tavares Has Won over New York Islander Teammates in 1st Year as Captain

    There has been a trend in the NHL toward younger players being captains, and the results have been mixed...

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  22. Should Claude Giroux Consider Stepping Down as Philadelphia Flyers' Captain?

    Claude Giroux was named the 19th captain of the Philadelphia Flyers on January 15, 2013. While nobody denies Giroux ’s talent and potential, both the Flyers and Giroux have struggled since he started wearing the "C...

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  23. NHL: Have Philadelphia Flyers Shown Any Signs of Improvement in 2013-14?

    It's been a very rough start to the 2013-14 NHL season for the Philadelphia Flyers . After 18 games, the Flyers are 7-10-1 and ahead of only the Columbus Blue Jackets in the mediocre Metropolitan Division...

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  24. Ranking Top Philadelphia Flyers Moments in Fred Shero's Hall of Fame Career

    Former Philadelphia Flyers coach Fred Shero was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame Monday, an honor that was richly deserved and long overdue...

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  25. Grading the Philadelphia Flyers' Top Offseason Acquisitions

    The Philadelphia Flyers finished 10th in the NHL 's Eastern Conference last season, an unacceptable result to everyone in the organization. During the offseason, general manager Paul Holmgren made three major additions to help improve the team...

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