Flyers vs Rangers 2014 NHL Playoffs Round 1 Schedule


Game 1: Thursday, April 17 – Flyers at Rangers, 7 PM EDT Tickets
Game 2: Sunday, April 20 – Flyers at Rangers, Noon EDT Tickets
Game 3: Tuesday, April 22 – Rangers at Flyers, 8 PM EDT Tickets
Game 4: Friday, April 25 – Rangers at Flyers, 7 PM EDT Tickets
Game 5 (if necessary): Sunday, April 27 – Flyers at Rangers, Noon EDT Tickets
Game 6 (if necessary): Tuesday, April 29 – Rangers at Flyers, Time TBD Tickets
Game 7 (if necessary): Wednesday, April 30 – Flyers at Rangers, Time TBD Tickets

Cause and Effect: The Andrew MacDonald Signing

; Let’s talk about the Andrew MacDonald signing. Tuesday morning, MacDonald signed a $30 million contract extension to stay in Philadelphia for the next six years. Whether you like it or not, MacDonald is in orange and black for the foreseeable future, but what few people are discussing are what this signing means in the coming […]Cause and Effect: The Andrew MacDonald Signing - Broad Street Buzz - Broad Street Buzz - A Philadelphia Flyers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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The Curse Continues

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

The rest is here: Tim Panaccio

Meltzer’s Musings: Line Matching, Team Stat Comparisons


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.

After yeste

Excerpt from: Bill Meltzer