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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Flyers Gameday: 11/14/14 @ MTL; Flyers Lose Sloppy to CBJ

PREVIEW: FLYERS @ CANADIENS

Looking to bounce back after a sloppy home loss on Friday to a struggling and severely depleted Columbus team, the Philadelphia Flyers (7-6-2) are back in action on Saturday night as they head to Quebec to take on the Montreal Canadiens (12-4-1). Game time is 7:00 p.m. EST. The game will be televised locally on CSN Philadelphia and nationally on NHL Network.

This

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Meltzer’s Musings: Umberger, Injury Updates, Quick Hits

FLYERS INJURY UPDATES

Following yesterday's practice at the Skate Zone in Voorhees, NJ, Philadelphia Flyers general manager Ron Hextall updated the media on the status of numerous injured players:

* Defenseman Andrew MacDonald (right knee) is still on track to return late in November but his skating session last Thursday did not go as well as hoped. Hextall denied that the player had a setba

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