FLYERS VS BLUE JACKETS GAME PREVIEW (7:45 A.M. EDT)
Looking to strengthen their hold on a guaranteed Eastern Conference playoff spot for being a top-three team in the Metropolitan Division, the Philadelphia Flyers (39-27-9) are home to host the Columbus Blue Jackets (38-30-7). Game time at the Wells Fargo Center in 7:00 p.m. EDT. The match will be televised locally on Comcast Sportsnet Philadel
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EMERY SHUTS OUT ST. LOUIS, FLYERS LOSE
Have I told you lately how much I despise shootouts? Win or lose, they remain a horrible way to decide hockey games.
Courtesy of a 28-save road shutout of the Western Conference leading St. Louis Blues by Ray Emery, the Philadelphia Flyers earned a hard-fought point. Unfortunately for the Flyers, they were unable to puck any of their own 31 shots past B
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FLYERS VS BLUES GAME PREVIEW (7:35 A.M. EDT)
Two days after taking on the top team in the Eastern Conference, the Philadelphia Flyers (39-27-8) will test on the best of the West with a road tilt against the St. Louis Blues (50-17-7). Game time is 8:00 p.m. EDT. The match will be televised on Comcast Sportnet Philadelphia, nationally in the U.S. on NBC Sports Network and in Canada on TSN2.
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FLYERS PICK UP HARD-FOUGHT POINT AGAINST BOSTON
The Philadelphia Flyers peppered Boston Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask with 52 shots but had to settle for one point in the standings from a 3-3 tie and shootout loss yesterday afternoon at the Wells Fargo Center. The skills competition went five rounds before Boston's Reilly Smith potted the winner.
Vincent Lecavalier scored a pair of goals fo
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FLYERS VS BRUINS GAME PREVIEW (7:00 A.M. EDT)
Kicking off another brutally difficult week of games, the Philadelphia Flyers (39-27-7) finish the month of March with a home tilt against the Boston Bruins (51-17-6). Game time is 12:30 p.m. EDT. The match will be televised on nationally on NBC.
This is the second of three meetings between the teams, and the second and final game in Philadelphia
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FLYERS POWER PAST TORONTO
A pair of power play goals and a strong overall third period helped the Philadelphia Flyers forge a 4-2 win over the free-falling Toronto Maple Leafs on Friday night at the Wells Fargo Center. Philadelphia capitalized on a couple of Toronto turnovers and twice made quick work of power play opportunities within moments of winning the first faceoff.
Philadelphia got p
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FLYERS VS MAPLE GAME PREVIEW (9:00 A.M. EST)
Needing a win to halt a two-game slide, the Philadelphia Flyers (38-27-7) return home to take on the Toronto Maple Leafs (36-30-8). Game time is 7 p.m. EST. The match will be televised on Comcast Sportsnet Philadelphia.
This is the third and final meeting of the season between the teams, and the second in Philadephia.
On the Flyers' opening nig
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FLYERS STILL NOT READY FOR BROADWAY IN 3-1 LOSS
Last night's 3-1 loss at Madison Square Garden was a virtual clone of many other Philadelphia Flyers defeats at the hands of the New York Rangers in recent years. The Flyers generated a decent number of shots (31) in terms of quantity, but there were only a few quality chances. In the meantime, the Rangers won most of the key battles on the walls
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FLYERS @ RANGERS GAME PREVIEW (3:15 A.M. EST)
Looking to regain second place in the Metropolitan Division. the Philadelphia Flyers (38-26-7) are in the Big Apple on Wednesday night for a head-to-head clash with the New York Rangers (40-29-4). Game time is 8:00 p.m. EST. The match will be televised nationally on NBC Sports Network.
This is the fourth and final regular season meeting between t
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TWENTY MINUTES NOT ENOUGH AGAINST LOS ANGELES
Failing to show the same level of sustained intensity and focus against a top-notch opponent that was on display in recent wins over Pittsburgh, Chicago and St. Louis, the Philadelphia Flyers suffered a 3-2 setback in regulation last night against the Los Angeles Kings. Combined with the New York Rangers comeback win over Phoenix last night, the Fly
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