Ray Emery talks about getting closer to a return from injury.
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The last time Ray Emery was on the ice handling shots for more than five minutes was Feb. 27 during the Flyers 7-3 blowout loss to San Jose.
He tried last Monday and had to quit early because he groin pull was bothering him too much.
Emery returned to the net today for his first Flyers practice in more than 11 days and handled things well.
Not well enough to play, though. Steve Mason wil
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VOORHEES — Steve Mason has continued his routine for weeks now. He is the first one on the ice before practice with goalie coach Jeff Reese. They work on rebound control while Mason is down in the butterfly. They keep … Continue reading →
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MONDAY QUICK HITS
* The Flyers will hold practice Monday morning at the Skate Zone in Voorhees in preparation for tomorrow night's game against New Jersey at the Wells Fargo Center. By virtue of the New York Rangers' 3-0 shutout win over Detroit on Sunday afternoon, the Flyers have dropped to third place in the Metropolitan Divison; one point behind New York with a game in hand. I will have a p
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Flyers Settle for Comeback Point in Toronto
The Philadelphia Flyers earned one point in the standings the hard way last night in Toronto. The team once again relied on its comeback ability to erase a multi-goal deficit. The Flyers dug deep enough to outscore enough of their own sloppy defensive mistakes to battle back from deficits of 2-0 and 3-2 but suffered one final breakdown in overtime tha
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Kimmo Timonen talks about the Flyers 4-3 overtime loss at Toronto.
Craig Berube talks about the club's 4-3 overtime loss at Toronto.