Philadelphia Flyers (1-1)
New York Rangers (1-1)
(Series Tied, 1-1)
1. HOME SWEET HOME
The series shifts to Philadelphia for Game 3, where the Flyers posted a 24-14-3 record and were tied for the fourth-most wins on home-ice in the East...
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Eastern Conference Quarterfinal Game 3: Flyers vs. Rangers
Needing a home win to forge ahead in their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series after splitting the first two games at Madison Square Garden, the Philadelphia Flyers will host the New York Rangers on Tuesday night. Game time at the Wells Fargo Center is 8:00 p.m. EDT. The match will be televised locally on CSN Philly, nationally in th
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The Philadelphia Flyers are heading back to the Wells Fargo Center with a tied series. Game 2 had a whole different feel to it for the orange and black. The Flyers skated well and played well in front of Ray Emery.
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Flyers head coach Craig Berube talks about taking fewer penalties and Mason's condition.
Ray Emery talks about getting his third consecutive start against the New York Rangers for Game 3.
VOORHEES, N.J. – When looking at the first two games of this first round matchup with the New York Rangers, there are easy distinctions to be made from a Flyers perspective as the difference between losing Game 1 and winning Game 2.
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Steve Mason talks to the media about not starting for Game 3 against the New York Rangers.
With the Rangers and Flyers coming to the Wells Fargo Center for the next two games, here is what changes:
1) Not the Flyers goalie. Composed as Ray Emery looks. No reason to rush Steve Mason back in.
2) With its team having come from beh...
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Happy Monday, Philadelphia Flyers fans! Here are the latest rumblings around the National Hockey League: ; Ryan Lambert of Yahoo Sports ripped Milan Lucic for spearing Danny DeKeyser. After a controversial no-goal call against the Montreal Canadiens, Jon Cooper, head coach of the Tampa Bay Lightning, had some choice words for the officials. Mike Richards of the Los […]Rink Rats: April 21, 2014 - Broad Street Buzz - Broad Street Buzz - A Philadelphia Flyers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
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Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Luke Schenn crashes the net and cleans up a rebound in front on his backhand to take a 3-2 lead over the New York Rangers.