Philadelphia Flyers (7-10-2--16 pts)
Ottawa Senators (8-8-4--20 pts)
TV: CSN RADIO: 93.3 WMMR
1. PILING UP POINTS
Despite the Flyers loss at Winnipeg, they earned a point in the standings for the fourth straight game, going 3-0-1, and si...
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VOORHEES, N.J. – When the Flyers named Craig Berube the 18th coach in franchise history, there was a segment of the Vox Populi that decried the choice. After all, how could a former enforcer now be a smart enough to run a team?
If he was dumb en...
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WINNIPEG, Manitoba – Two weeks ago, the reaction would have been different. A lot different.
But this is not the same Flyers team that got off to the worst start in franchise history. This is not the team that was all too willing to wilt when fac...
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Philadelphia Flyers (7-10-1--15 pts)
Winnipeg Jets (9-9-2--20 pts)
TV: TCN RADIO: 93.3 WMMR
1. STREAKING INTO WINNY
The Flyers play the final game in their five-day, three-game road trip tonight in Winnipeg and look for their fourth stra...
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Thanks to the struggles of the rest of the Metropolitan Division, the hole the Flyers dug for themselves in their first 15 games was not in the standings, more in their confidence and credibility.
The perception of fans and media always takes c...
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PITTSBURGH – Some will call it a seminal moment. Others will say the team has turned around its season.
But following the Flyers 2-1 win over the Penguins at Consol Energy Center, the first time they’ve won three consecutive games in this 2013-...
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Philadelphia Flyers (6-10-1--13pts)
Pittsburgh Penguins (11-6-0--22pts)
TV: NBC-SN RADIO: 97.5 The Fanatic
1. THE RIVALRY AT THREE RIVERS
The Flyers have won six of their last eight games at Pittsburgh, since the CONSOL Energy Center o...
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OTTAWA, Ontario – When Claude Giroux raised his stick skyward Saturday after finally scoring a goal this season, it was as if that gesture were to signify that he had a breakthrough. That he found a passage out of the darkness. That he found a sea...
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It took the Hockey Hall of Fame Committee 33 years after Fred Shero coached his last NHL game in 1980 to elect someone who won two Stanley Cups, reached two more finals and three more semifinals in nine-plus seasons.
If that seems like far t...
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