Flyers Gameday: 11/24/14 @ NYI, Flyers Alumni

PREVIEW: FLYERS @ ISLANDERS

Needing a win to get back to the .500 mark on the season, the Philadelphia Flyers (8-9-2) are in Uniondale, NY, to take on the much-improved New York Islanders (14-6-0). Game time is 7:00 p.m. EST. The game will be televised locally on The Comcast Network Philadelphia.

This is the first of four games between the Metropolitan Division clubs this season. The teams w

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Meltzer’s Musings: Flyers Double Up Blue Jackets

FLYERS DOUBLE COLUMBUS, 4-2, SNAP LOSING STREAK

On Thursday night at the Wells Fargo Center, the Flyers played fairly well in a 3-2 loss to Minnesota. Two nights later, Philly played better in a 4-2 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets.

Every time the Blue Jackets made a push at the Flyers -- whether it was in generating scoring chances or scoring goals that tied the game at 1-1 and cut a two-

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Flyers Gameday: 11/22/14 vs. CBJ

PREVIEW: FLYERS VS. BLUE JACKETS

Looking to halt a four-game losing skid in which the team has not led in any game, the Philadelphia Flyers (7-9-2) are in action for the third time in four nights as they play host to the Columbus Blue Jackets (6-11-2). Game time at the Wells Fargo Center is 7:00 p.m. EST. The game will be televised locally on Comcast Sportsnet Philadelphia.

The is the second

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Meltzer’s Musings: Chances But Not Results, LOD, Quick Hits

CHANCES BUT NOT RESULTS AS FLYERS DROP 4TH IN A ROW

The Philadelphia Flyers put forth a greatly improved effort from their 2-0 loss to the New York Rangers on Wednesday night but, when all was said and done, the team had only a frustrating 3-2 regulation home loss to the Minnesota Wild to show for their performance on Thursday night at the Wells Fargo Center.

Jason Zucker's goal with 45.4 se

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Lindros, LeClair Share Their Memories

Eric Lindros / John LeClair pre-game presser, courtesy of the Flyer beat writers:

LINDROS: We were just talking about the last time we had suits on together. It’s been a while. Maybe my wedding?
LECLAIR: I think that was the last time

(Say to fans)
LECLAIR: It was great. They always made you feel welcome, especially here. The support was second to none. We always felt that support.

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Flyers Gameday: 11/20/14 vs. MIN, Lindros-LeClair HOF, Flyers-NYR Wrapup

WRAPUP: FLYERS BLANKED BY BLUESHIRTS

In a scenario that has become all too familiar in recent years, the Philadelphia Flyers came up short against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden in a 2-0 loss on Wednesday night. The Flyers fell to 7-8-2 on the season as they lost for the third consecutive game.

Backup goaltender Cam Talbot made 31 saves for the Rangers, but was not tested mu

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Flyers Gameday: 11/19/14 @ NYR

PREVIEW: FLYERS VS. RANGERS

With both teams needing a win to push their record back over the .500 mark for the season, the Philadelphia Flyers (7-7-2) are in Manhattan tonight to take on the New York Rangers (7-7-4). Game time from Madison Square Garden is 8 p.m. EST. The game will be televised nationally on NBC Sports Network.

This is the first of four meetings between the teams this seas

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Meltzer’s Musings: Schenn & Simmonds Switch; Practice Updates

TRADING PLACES: SCHENN SOARING, SIMMONDS STRUGGLING

Confidence is fickle sometimes, even for the better players on a hockey team. A player can get into a groove for weeks at a time, have a few games where things don't go his way and then suddenly he starts pressing. On the flip side, a player might be mired on a slump, score a goal or drop the gloves and suddenly the frustration dissolves into

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Meltzer’s Musings: Habs Double Up Flyers, Phantoms, Prospects, Quick Hits

LEAKY PENALTY KILLING DOOMS FLYERS AGAIN IN 6-3 LOSS IN MONTREAL

Heading into this weekend, the Philadelphia Flyers had a five-night schedule break before playing back-to-back games against the Columbus Blue Jackets and Montreal Canadiens. It appears that the Flyers penalty kill sailed through the Bermuda Triangle during the break, because it has disappeared without a trace.

For the second s

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