Game 1: Thursday, April 17 – Flyers at Rangers, 7 PM EDT Tickets
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We often kid ourselves in the Flyers press room about the "curse" that seemingly has hung over this franchise since last winning a Stanley Cup in 1975.
Which means, any of you reading this or scanning Hockeybuzz weren't even born back then.
The familiar refrain every year spring with the Flyers has been, "they got questions in goal."
This was the one season in I don't know how long where
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Only two points separated the Flyers and Rangers during the 2013-14 regular season. Head-to-head in a playoff series, these factors will make one team superior.
The Flyers Will Beat the Rangers if:
They resolve to be more disciplined than du...
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VOORHEES, N.J. -- Ray Emery will start in goal for the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday in Game 1 of their First Round Stanley Cup Playoff series against the New York Rangers (7 p.m. ET, CNBC, TSN) at Madison Square Garden.
Starting goaltender S...
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Goaltender Ray Emery talks to the media following practice on April 16.
Flyers head coach Craig Berube informs the media that Steve Mason is out for Game 1 and Ray Emery will start.
Scott Hartnell talks about the excitement of returning to the playoffs following practice today at the Flyers Skate Zone.
VOORHEES, N.J. -- Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Steve Mason joined the team for practice Tuesday as it prepares for its Stanley Cup Playoff series against the New York Rangers, but the Flyers remain unsure if their top goaltender will be availabl...
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LINE MATCHING MAY BE TOUGH VS. BLUESHIRTS
One of the difficulties of playing against the New York Rangers is the depth of talent throughout the New York lineup. The Flyers' first-round playoff opponent is not one against whom line matching is an especially effective strategy even in the games (three, four and six) in which Philly would have the last line change as the home team.
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Craig Berube talks about making his head coaching debut, Mason's recovery, and playing the Rangers following practice today.