1. Philadelphia Flyers: An Inside Look

    The Philadelphia Flyers are currently sitting in sixth place with a record of 13-7-6. They are facing the New York Islanders tonight as part of their first of four home games this week...

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 5 years ago 93 reads 2 comments

  2. NHL Playoffs: Bullpens Made Of Ice?

    I had an idea come to me as I watched Miikka Kiprusoff get pulled from game 7. My idea was similar to what a bullpen does for a pitcher. Have a mini warm up ice surface complete with a net and a goalie coach warming backup goalies with practise shots..

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 6 years ago 497 reads 1 comments

  3. Flyers-Capitals: Ready for Some Game Seven Playoff Magic?

    Lets go back to my April 08, 2008 article, give it a read, tell me what you think.Yeah, I'm 60 minutes away from predicting that the Phlidelphia Flyers will beat the Washington Capitals in game 7...

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 6 years ago 429 reads 0 comments

  4. Prospal Came, Briere Conquered: A Line Chemistry Made in Hockey Heaven

    Prospal has fit in perfectly with Danny Briere, and their playoff numbers prove why. Briere leads the Stanley Cup Playoffs in goals (5) and points (9) and owes a lot of his success to Vasclav Prospal...

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 6 years ago 552 reads 0 comments

  5. Hey Philly, What Happened to Playing 60 Minutes? Washington Wins 3-2

    The Philadelphia Flyers failed to show up for the first forty minutes today in their match-up against the Washington Capitals...

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 6 years ago 542 reads 3 comments

  6. Flames-Sharks: Battle for Momentum in Game Five

    The Calgary Flames and the San Jose Sharks have produced quite a show for hockey fans in round one of a Western Conference match-up. In no way has either team played to a certain beat; every game brings something a little different...

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 6 years ago 315 reads 0 comments

  7. The Price Is Right: Carey Coming Up Big for the Montral Canadiens

    The trade dead line shocked and amazed both Washington Capitals' and Montreal Canadiens' fans. No one, except for in-depth sports analysts, was expecting Cristobal Huet to be ...

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 6 years ago 753 reads 5 comments

  8. The Orange Crush: Flyers' Fans Among the Toughest

    The Philadelphia Flyers are known to have some of the most intimidating fans in the NHL.Let's go back to Thursday, March 29, 2001. The Toronto Maple Leafs were visiting the Flyers when Tie Domi was sent to the penalty box...

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 6 years ago 2,964 reads 2 comments

  9. NHL Playoffs: Escalating Officiating

    The NHL Playoffs are in full swing, but for most of the games, it seems the refs are becoming more than the game. A prime example of this is the Calgary Flames and San Jose Sharks series...

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  10. NHL Playoffs: Flyers Plan To Entertain This Year's Cinderella

    Two teams will be thrown onto the ice pit Friday night in Washington D.C., but, obviously, only one team comes out to move on to round, numéro deux. Cue the spotlight. Lights shine on the Washington Capitals as they skate onto the ice...

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 6 years ago 1,139 reads 6 comments

  11. NHL Mystery: What's Up with the Second Assist?

    There's been something on my mind for the past little while, and it just seems to me that recording a point for a second assist seems kind of odd...

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 6 years ago 1,140 reads 6 comments

  12. Flyers-Rangers: Great Televison

    There's no need to panic, just breathe... breathe. That's what the Philadelphia Flyers need to do tonight as they face-off against the New York Rangers...

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 6 years ago 629 reads 2 comments

  13. Avalanche News: Peter Forsberg is Back

    Yes, Peter Forsberg is back on schedule tonight for the Colorado Avalanche; it is no surprise to me that he has missed games already though. Forsberg is quite a monster when he is healthy, but the thing is he rarely plays a game feeling 100 percent...

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 6 years ago 442 reads 0 comments

  14. Flyers-Leafs: First Blood Part Two

    So the Flyers lost last night at the ACC, a game they weren't really in, seeing as how Biron stopped 51 shots. They were lucky to be in O.T. and were even luckier to grab the point, but tonight...

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 6 years ago 452 reads 1 comments

  15. Leafs-Flyers: Hunt for the Playoffs

    The Philadelphia Flyers and the Toronto Maple Leafs meet tomorrow night for the first of their back-to-back games, and things couldn’t be more heated...

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 6 years ago 471 reads 1 comments

  16. Peter Forsberg Back with the Flyers? Yes, Please!

    The Philadelphia Flyers sit in second place, three points behind the Ottawa Senators and one point ahead of their division rival, the New Jersey Devils. It's an interesting predicament for the Flyers, who have seven players with 30 or more points...

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 6 years ago 1,858 reads 12 comments

  17. Philadelphia Flyers Checks: Fine the Victim

    It seems like no Philadelphia Flyer can finish a check these days without earning a fine and a suspension.The latest offender is Scott Hartnell, whose awkward hit on Andrew Alberts left the latter writhing on the ice...

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 6 years ago 1,452 reads 8 comments

  18. Good Riddance to Eric Lindros

    This will be my first rant—and Mr. Lindros, all I have to say to you is good riddance.I'll start with the positives...

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  19. Caps Early Score Fails to Dishearten Flyers

    Mike Richards evolved into something unique last night. He became part of the Flyers Broadstreet Bullies past and showed his team the way back to a 3-2 win over the Washington Capitals...

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 6 years ago 949 reads 0 comments

  20. Fine in Philly: So Far, So Good for the Flyers

    Things have been good so far for the Philadelphia Flyers. I was expecting a better performance than last year's, but this has been a pleasant surprise...

    Timothy W Written by Timothy W about over 6 years ago 521 reads 0 comments

  21. Still Flying?: Philadelphia Flyers Struggle to Stay Hot

    After a beating at the hands of the Montreal Canadiens, the Flyers look forward to turning it around tonight against the Washington Capitals.They Flyers started the season strong, but aren't doing so well on their current eight-game road trip...

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