1. Philadelphia Flyers Have a Disappointing Offseason with the Loss of Weber

    The Philadelphia Flyers missed out on Shea Weber when the Nashville Predators matched the offer sheet to keep him. Losing out on Weber completely changes the results of the Flyers' offseason...

    Ian Barry Written by Ian Barry about over 2 years ago 1,244 reads 32 comments

  2. Stanley Cup Finals 2012: Top Storylines for Devils vs. Kings

    The finals are set, and the Los Angeles Kings are taking on the New Jersey Devils for the Stanley Cup. The Kings and Devils were both underdogs to reach the finals, but their matchup will provide plenty of fireworks to keep fans entertained...

    Ian Barry Written by Ian Barry about over 2 years ago 1,100 reads 4 comments

  3. NHL Playoffs 2012: The Western Confrence Will Win the Stanley Cup

    The Western Conference Finals are possibly two games away from being finished, and are showing signs of how the Stanley Cup Finals will play out...

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  4. Washington Capitals: Why Dale Hunter Made the Right Choice by Stepping Down

    Dale Hunter stepped down from being the Washington Capitals ' coach after losing to the New York Ranger in seven games. Hunter got the Capitals to the second round of the playoffs in a season where team struggled to even make the postseason...

    Ian Barry Written by Ian Barry about over 2 years ago 1,198 reads 3 comments

  5. NHL Playoffs 2012: Phoenix Coyotes Must Limit Shots on Mike Smith to Win

    The Phoenix Coyotes lost Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals 4-2 to the L.A. Kings . Mike Smith was excellent in goal for the Coyotes, but could not fight off the constant barrage of shots from the Kings...

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  6. Philadelphia Flyers: Maybe the Goalies Were Never the Problem?

    The playoffs in Philadelphia just wouldn’t feel right without the constant criticism of goaltending...

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  7. NHL Playoffs 2012: The Playoffs Are Doing Fine Without the Big Market Teams

    The mainstream sports media might have questioned how the NHL playoffs would be after several large markets were eliminated in the first round...

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  8. NHL Playoffs 2012: Philadelphia Flyers Got Another Wake-Up Call in Game 2

    The Philadelphia Flyers took the ice for Game 2 against the New Jersey Devils looking to take a 2-0 series lead. The Flyers led most of the game 1-0, with goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov fending off the Devils...

    Ian Barry Written by Ian Barry about over 2 years ago 606 reads 3 comments

  9. NHL Playoffs 2012: Alex Ovechkin Proves Why He Deserves the C on His Sweater

    The Washington Capitals have managed to knock off the second-seeded Boston Bruins in the first round. During this playoff run, captain Alex Ovechkin has set career lows for ice time and proven why he deserves the C on his sweater...

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  10. Ilya Bryzgalov's Regular Season Struggles Prepared the Flyers for the Playoffs

    Ilya Bryzgalov struggled all season trying to be the elite goaltender that the Philadelphia Flyers were expecting. Now that the playoffs are underway, it has become clear that Bryzgalov’s struggles have prepared the Flyers for the playoffs...

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  11. Danny Briere Pushes Philadelphia Flyers Past New Jersey Devils with 2 Goals

    Danny Briere struggled to produce offensively during the regular season. Even with regular season struggles, Briere was expected to be a major force in the playoffs...

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  12. Philadelphia Flyers: Is Matt Read Too Old to Be Rookie of the Year?

    The NHL has announced the three finalists for the Calder Memorial Trophy, which is given “to the player selected as the most proficient in his first year of competition in the National Hockey League...

    Ian Barry Written by Ian Barry about over 2 years ago 2,006 reads 4 comments

  13. NHL Playoffs 2012: Philadelphia Flyers Are Ready to Match Up Defensively

    The first four games of the series between the Flyers and Penguins was nothing like any other series so far in the 2012 playoffs. The high-scoring slugfest could only have been provided by the Keystone Cold War...

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  14. NHL Playoffs 2012: Philadelphia Flyers May Benefit from Teams Going the Distance

    The Philadelphia Flyers finished their series with the Pittsburgh Penguins with a win in Game 6 on Sunday. Every series in the Eastern Conference except for the Flyers/ Penguins series is preparing for a Game 7...

    Ian Barry Written by Ian Barry about over 2 years ago 2,295 reads 4 comments

  15. 2012 NHL Playoffs: Dan Bylsma Adds to Rivalry with Postgame Comments

    The Penguins were eliminated from the playoffs by the Flyers in Game 6 on Sunday. After being eliminated, Pittsburgh coach Dan Bylsma stepped to the podium and gave a great quote...

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  16. NHL Playoffs 2012: Philadelphia Flyers Could Use a Little Help for Second Round

    The Philadelphia Flyers just knocked off the Pittsburgh Penguins in their first-round matchup. The Flyers look ready to have a deep playoff run, but would like some help for the second round...

    Ian Barry Written by Ian Barry about over 2 years ago 4,745 reads 6 comments

  17. 2012 NHL Playoffs: Flyers Needed to Be Blown out by the Penguins

    The Penguins have kept their season alive with a 10-3 win over the Flyers . The loss Wednesday was huge, but being blown out was the best type of loss that the Flyers could have had...

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  18. Philadelphia Flyers: 4 Things Not to Do When Trying to Complete a Sweep

    The Philadelphia Flyers entered Game 4 on Wednesday against the Pittsburgh Penguins up 3-0 in the series and looking for the sweep...

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  19. NHL Playoffs 2012: Penguins' Losses Are Not Marc-Andre Fleury's Fault

    The Penguins are imploding in the playoffs and everyone is trying to find the cause for the collapse. Marc-Andre Fleury has given up 20 goals over the first three games, but the Penguins and their fans have no reason to blame the goalie for the losses...

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  20. NHL Playoffs 2012: Suspension Would Be the Safest Place for James Neal

    Game 3 for the Flyers and the Penguins was a war between two bitter rivals. Most players were able to keep from crossing the line, but Penguins forward James Neal was not...

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  21. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Max Talbot Is a Player Every Playoff Team Wants

    During the offseason, Penguins forward Max Talbot switched sides of the state and of the rivalry. With a new team and a new city, Talbot is proving why he's the type of player a team needs to win the Stanley Cup...

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  22. NHL Playoffs 2012: Flyers Can All but Lock Up the Series with a Win Tonight

    The Flyers and Penguins will face off in Game 2 of their first round matchup tonight in Pittsburgh. The Flyers currently hold a 1-0 series lead, and if they can pull off a second win in Pittsburgh tonight, they will go on to win the series...

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  23. NHL Playoffs 2012: Has Flyers vs. Penguins Turned into David and Goliath?

    The Flyers and Penguins entered the 2012 NHL playoffs as very evenly-matched opponents. After the first game, the Flyers have taken the series lead, but still seem to be the David of the matchup...

    Ian Barry Written by Ian Barry about over 2 years ago 812 reads 1 comments

  24. Batman and Robin: Danny Briere and Brayden Schenn Are the Flyers' Dynamic Duo

    Before Game 1 of the Philadelphia Flyers vs. Pittsburgh Penguins series, few would have expected some of the smallest players on the ice to have such a huge impact...

    Ian Barry Written by Ian Barry about over 2 years ago 1,126 reads 8 comments

  25. NHL Playoff Bracket 2012: Washington Capitals' Seeding a Recipe for Success

    The 2012 Stanley Cup playoffs are starting, and for the first time in five years, the Capitals are not one of the top three seeds in the Eastern Conference...

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