Meltzer’s Musings: Flyers Top Rangers, Quick Hits

PRESEASON GAME 7: FLYERS DISPATCH RANGERS, 4-2

Icing something close to their regular season lineup for the first time in the preseason, the Philadelphia Flyers defeated a New York Rangers "B" squad by a 4-2 score Tuesday night at the Wells Fargo Center. The Flyers improved their preseason record to 3-3-1.

Last night's game was the fifth in six nights for Philadelphia (including a mixed-squa

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Flyers Preseason Game Day: 9/230/14 vs. NYR, MSG Wrapup

PRESEASON GAME 7: FLYERS VS. RANGERS

In a rematch of Monday's preseason tilt at Madison Square Garden, the Philadelphia Flyers will play host to the New York Rangers at the Wells Fargo Center. Game time is 7:00 p.m. EDT. The game will be televised locally on TCN Philadelphia and nationally on NHL Network.

Tonight's match marks the Flyers' third straight "official" game night, which is someth

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Flyers Preseason Game Day: 9/29/14 @ NYR, Devils-Flyers Wrap and More

PRESEASON GAME 6: FLYERS @ RANGERS

Looking to improve on their 2-2-1 record in the preseason, the Philadelphia Flyers head to Madison Square Garden to play the New York Rangers on Monday night. Game time is 7:00 p.m. EDT. The game will be televised in the U.S. on NHL Network.

This is middle game of a stretch of three games in as many nights for the Flyers. On Sunday night, the Flyers absorbe

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Flyers Preseason Game Day: 9/28/14 @ NJ; Battle on Hamilton Wrapup & More

PRESEASON GAME 5: FLYERS @ DEVILS

Beginning a stretch of three preseason games in as many nights, the Philadelphia Flyers travel to the Prudential Center in Newark tonight to take on the New Jersey Devils. Game time is 7:00 PM EDT. There is no television broadcast for tonight's game but the game will be broadcasted on the radio on 97.5 the Fanatic.

On Thursday at the Wells Fargo Center, the

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Meltzer’s Musings: Battle on Hamilton Tonight, Injury Updates and More

BATTLE ON HAMILTON: FLYERS-PHANTOMS MIXED SCRIMMAGE

Coming off Thursday night's 4-0 home win over New Jersey and prior to a slate of three games in as many nights, members of the Philadelphia Flyers will be in Allentown, PA, tonight to help inaugurate the new PPL Center. Thirteen players who are still in the Flyers' NHL training camp will participate in a mixed-roster scrimmage with members of

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Meltzer’s Musings: Flyers Overpower Devils, Sanheim, Quick Hits

PRESEASON GAME 4: FLYERS POWER PAST DEVILS, 4-0

Easy wins are a rarity in the modern day National Hockey League, even in the preseason. Even when the final score is lopsided, there are usually stretches of play where the game is up for grabs before it finally gets put out of reach. Last night at the Wells Fargo Center, the Philadelphia Flyers had an easy game in a 4-0 win against the New Jerse

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Giroux on the Ice

Best news of the say, week or this month, was the unexpected early return of Flyers captain Claude Giroux on the ice this morning at Skate Zone.

He was to have missed up to two weeks with a groin/abdominal/hip flexor injury - take your pick. It was six days off the ice for him.

Giroux showed up to work out with teammates. Slowly at first, but things and the tempo increased over the 80 minu

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Flyers Preseason Game Day: 9/25/14 vs. NJ; Roster Cuts and Quick Hits

PRESEASON GAMEDAY: FLYERS VS. DEVILS

The Philadelphia Flyers' roster is back in one place again after playing split-squad games earlier in the week and taking an off day yesterday. Tonight's game against the New Jersey Devils at the Wells Fargo Center marks the start of an extremely busy stretch of preseason matches for the Flyers.

Game time tonight is 7:00 p.m. EDT. The game will be televis

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Meltzer’s Musings: Flyers Fire Blanks in Toronto, Rookies win in Newark

FLYERS FIRE BLANKS, DROP 4-0 DECISION IN TORONTO

One night after being unable to protect a 2-0 lead and sustaining a shootout loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs at Budweiser Gardens in London, Ont., the Philadelphia Flyers laid a goose egg in a horrid 4-0 loss at the American Airlines Center in Toronto. Leading 1-0 through two periods, the Leafs poured on three -- nearly four -- more goals in the

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