Meltzer’s Musings: Mason, Flyers Hall of Fame, 20th Anniverary, Flanagan


As first reported by TFP's David Strehle and confirmed by the Flyers, goaltender Steve Mason sustained a broken right pinky finger in a ball hockey game last Sunday. The injury to his right (glove) hand will keep him off the ice for two weeks. In the meantime, Mason will continue off-ice workouts.

With about seven weeks to go before the start of Flyers trai

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Breaking Down The Shorthanded Goals Allowed By Flyers

The Flyers have boasted one of the top power play units in the NHL. Last season, the eighth-ranked power play had a pension of giving up shorthanded goals. The Flyers allowed the third most shorthanded goals last season and most of them were rooted in a common problem. Craig Berube stressed good decision making with […] Breaking Down The Shorthanded Goals Allowed By Flyers - Broad Street Buzz - Broad Street Buzz - A Philadelphia Flyers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Recognizing Lindros, LeClair, and Desjardins

Hard to believe Harry, but the last time the Flyers had their own Hall of Fame induction was 2009 when The Hammer went in.

Dave Schultz. Before that? Ron Hextall in 2008.

This season, the Flyers have a bonanza going with today's announcement of John LeClair, Eric Lindros and Eric Desjardins.

LeClair and Lindros will go in on NOv. 20 when the Flyers host Minnesota. Desjardins will be ind

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Eric Lindros, John LeClair and Eric Desjardins to be inducted into the Flyers Hall of Fame


The Philadelphia Flyers will induct Eric Lindros, John LeClair and Eric Desjardins into the Flyers Hall of Fame during the 2014-15 season, according to team president Paul Holmgren. Lindros and LeClair will be inducted on Thursday, November 20 pri...

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Meltzer’s Musings: Giroux, Draft Re-Entries and More


* In his most recent article for ESPN Insider, Craig Custance polled a panel of a dozen people currently working in the NHL. Four are team executives (general managers or assistant GMs), four are head coaches, one is an assistant coach, two are players and one is a former general manager.

The panel was asked the following question: If you were starting a franchise from s

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