Ranking the Top 10 Playmakers in Flyers History
Throughout their 46-year history, the Philadelphia Flyers have boasted some of the best setup men in the game. From early era puck wizard Andre Lacroix to current-day captain Claude Giroux, one thing the Flyers have rarely lacked is top-notch playmakers.
On a cumulative statistical basis, the top 10 assist men in franchise history from first to
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Today is the day that some hockey fans have been secretly waiting for all summer. Today is the day that Kevin Hayes becomes an unrestricted free agent. Hayes was the 24th overall pick by the Chicago Blackhawks in the 2010 NHL draft. Since that time he has spent four seasons at Boston College and has […] Philadelphia Flyers Need To Be In On Kevin Hayes - Broad Street Buzz - Broad Street Buzz - A Philadelphia Flyers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
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DO GOALTENDERS PERFORM BETTER AGAINST HIGHER SHOT VOLUMES?
Two weeks ago, I spoke at length with Brian Boucher about an array of goaltending-related topics. The former Flyers netminder discussed his views on topics ranging from why today's NHL goalies are usually bigger than the ones of even 15 to 20 years ago, the effects of the trapezoid and why save percentage standards around hockey have be
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Good evening Philadelphia Flyers fans! Only 39 days until preseason hockey!
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Ron Hextall sent a tremors through the Philadelphia Flyers in late June. Scott Hartnell was traded for R.J. Umberger. Like it or not, Umberger is here to stay.
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CLARKE TURNS 65
Who was your first sports hero as a child? When I was growing up as a young Flyers fan in the 1970s, the entire Broad Street Bullies team was a collection of superheroes in my mind. There were two players among them who were a step even beyond that: Bobby Clarke and Bernie Parent.
From ages 3 to 14, I deified Clarke. So did all of my friends. Only the Lord saved more than Be
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For two years in a row, Jason Akeson has been the scoring leader for the Adirondack Phantoms. His highly skilled brand of hockey has made the severely undersized player into a legitimate NHL prospect. Even though he has been given a look at the NHL in the final game of the last two regular seasons, […] Give Jason Akeson A Shot - Broad Street Buzz - Broad Street Buzz - A Philadelphia Flyers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
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Good afternoon Flyers fans! With only about a month left until training camp, the hockey world is beginning to move again. Take a look at the latest stories from around the league: Philadelphia Flyers News Are the Flyers interested in Bogosian
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FLYERS PILGRIMAGES: FLIN FLON, MANITOBA
Tomorrow is Bob Clarke's 65th birthday. In honor of the single most important on-ice figure in Flyers franchise history, tomorrow's blog will be focused on Clarke's legacy and the influence he has had on two-plus generations of hockey in Philadelphia.
For today, I thought it would be fun to revisit and expand upon an offseason topic I have explored
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Andrej Meszaros looked to be one of the more promising defenseman on the Flyers blue line. In his first season, at the age of 25, he won the Barry Ashbee Trophy as the team’s best defenseman.
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