1. NHL Trade Deadline: Philadelphia Flyers' Trade Deadline Primer

    The Philadelphia Flyers have made a couple moves to bolster their blue line in the week leading up to the NHL trade deadline. The Flyers acquired D Nicklas Grossman from Dallas to give them another "Chris Prongerish" type of player...

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  2. NHL Trade Speculation: Goaltenders Philadelphia Flyers Could Pursue for Playoffs

    Wasn't $51 million supposed to solve the issues surrounding the Philadelphia Flyers ' revolving door at the goaltender position? Well, apparently not...

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  3. Philadelphia Flyers: Power Ranking Philly's Rookies

    Just a few seasons ago, the Philadelphia Flyers were being labeled as a team that was too old, too slow for the new fast-paced NHL ...

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  4. Philadelphia 76ers: 5 Most Under-Appreciated Players on the Team

    Through the first 20 games of this shortened NBA season, the Philadelphia 76ers are 14-6, leading the Atlantic Division by four games and are third in the entire Eastern Conference...

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  5. 4 Reasons Andre Iguodala Will Be an All-Star This Year for Philadelphia 76ers

    The Philadelphia 76ers are off to their best start in over a decade. The last time the Sixers got off to this hot of a start, they became Eastern Conference champions...

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  6. Philadelphia Flyers: Bad Goaltending Will Be Coaching Death of Peter Laviolette

    The Philadelphia Flyers are by no means going down in flames this season. If anything, the franchise is on the up-swing, with young players like Claude Giroux, Sean Courtier and ...

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  7. Philadelphia Flyers Have to Make Moves Now or Risk Missing the Playoffs

    The 2012 Winter Classic in Philadelphia is over. The spectacle was great for the city and for the sport of hockey. Now, it is back to the real world for hockey and especially for the Philadelphia Flyers ...

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  8. Philadelphia 76ers: 4 Under-the-Radar Contributors

    The Philadelphia 76ers currently sit at 2-2 in the early stages of their shortened 66 game schedule. A record that could have very well been 4-0 if it weren't for some mental lapses late in the two losses...

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  9. 5 Reasons Philadelphia Flyers' Claude Giroux Is More Valuable Than Crosby

    After Claude Giroux missed two games with a concussion last week, it made fans and people inside the organization ponder how valuable he was to the Philadelphia Flyers ...

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  10. NBA Predictions 2011-12: Stat Predictions for All Philadelphia 76ers Starters

    The Philadelphia 76ers are less than a few days away from starting their 2011-2012 NBA season. In what looked to be a lost season, the Sixers will end up playing a 66-game schedule in a much shorter span of time...

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  11. Chris Pronger and the 6 Biggest Letdowns in Philadelphia Flyers Recent History

    The Philadelphia Flyers have been on one of the hottest streaks in recent memory, but focusing on that covers up for what is really going on in the Flyers organization right now...

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  12. 5 Defensemen the Philadelphia Flyers Should Consider Trading for

    With Chris Pronger's status seeming to get worse by the day, the Philadelphia Flyers are left with a huge hole on their blue line and in the locker room. Pronger has been out since Nov...

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  13. Philadelphia 76ers 2012 Schedule: 10 Must-Watch Games for Fans This Season

    The Philadelphia 76ers released their shortened 2011-12 schedule a few days ago. We will have an NBA season...phew! And what a season it should be for the 76ers as they look to enter into a new era in Philadelphia basketball...

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  14. NBA Free Agency: 5 Moves the Philadelphia 76ers Must Make to Bolster Roster

    As soon as December 9 comes, NBA general managers will be on the phone 24/7 in order to land their prized free agents, as they only have a week or two to do so...

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  15. 2012 Winter Classic: An Early Breakdown of the Rangers vs Flyers Game

    The 2012 NHL Winter Classic is creeping up on us; it's less than a month away now. The Philadelphia Flyers will face off against the bitter and hated rival New York Rangers ...

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  16. Ilya Bryzgalov: How Long Before the Philly Faithful Turn on Him?

    Ilya Brygalov has been as advertised at times, but also very suspect for a supposed true No. 1 goaltender. He was brought here for one reason: to stabilize the goaltender situation in Philadelphia...

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  17. 5 Issues Philadelphia 76ers Must Address for 2011-12 NBA Season

    News broke yesterday that the NBA,its owners and its players, have reached an agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement, which will save the basketball season...

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  18. Philadelphia Flyers: Power Ranking Each of the Flyers' Hall of Famers

    The Philadelphia Flyers have a long rich history dating back to the franchise's inception in 1967. It is because of that tradition that the club has a number of players, coaches, and other members of the organization in the Hall of Fame...

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  19. NHL Free Agency: Ville Leino and 5 Early Free-Agent Busts

    It is only a few weeks into the season, and teams are starting to separate themselves in their respective conferences. What is helping (or hurting) the teams' separation are some key additions they made during the offseason...

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  20. Andy Reid: Does Sunday's Loss to Arizona Cardinals All but Seal His Fate?

    If Andy Reid is not out of the Philadelphia Eagles organization by the end of the season, there will be hundreds of thousands of fans in disbelief and in sheer anger...

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  21. Philadelphia Flyers: 5 Reasons Wholesale Changes Will Hurt Them This Season

    One look at the Philadelphia Flyers record this season and you would think all was going smoothly. At 8-4-2, the Flyers have been anything but smooth and consistent. The season has really been a roller coaster ride through the first 14 games...

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  22. Scott Hartnell Trade Speculation: 5 Teams He Could Wave His No-Trade Clause for

    We are still ways away from the NHL 's trade deadline, but rumors seem to be resurfacing around whether Scott Hartnell will be a Philadelphia Flyer for much longer...

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  23. 5 Greatest Jerseys in Philadelphia 76ers Franchise History

    The Philadelphia 76ers have a long and storied history and for years was seen as one of the best basketball cities to play in. Recently, much history has not been made, but things seem to be on the right track...

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  24. Philadelphia Flyers: 2011-12 Early Season Report Card and Grades

    The Philadelphia Flyers are a few weeks into their 2011-2012 season now, and it is time to start looking at how the first few games are panning out. The Flyers sit in second place in the Atlantic Division at 5-2-1...

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  25. Philadelphia Flyers: Are Jaromir Jagr and Claude Giroux the NHL's Best Duo?

    The Philadelphia Flyers are less than two weeks into their season and already their new offseason acquisitions are turning heads...

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