PREVIEW: FLYERS @ SABRES
Craig Berube's Philadelphia Flyers (17-21-7) are on the road to take on Ted Nolan's Buffalo Sabres (14-28-3) on Saturday night. Game time is 7:00 p.m. EST. The game will be televised on CSN Philadelphia.
This is the first of three matches between the teams. They will rematch on Feb. 15 in Buffalo and Feb. 19 in Philadelphia.
The Flyers had an off-day from practice
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FLYERS-CANUCKS WRAPUP: PHILLY SHUT OUT AGAIN IN 4-0 DEFEAT
The Philadelphia Flyers suffered their second straight shutout loss and sixth of the 2014-15 season, falling 4-0 to the Vancouver Canucks at the Wells Fargo Center on Thursday night.
Philadelphia dominated the early minutes of the game but deflated after Vancouver scored its first goal and never gained any significant momentum there
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PREVIEW: FLYERS vs. CANUCKS
Craig Berube's Philadelphia Flyers (17-20-7) return home to the Wells Fargo Center to host Willie Desjardins' Vancouver Canucks (23-15-3) on Thursday night. Game time is 7:00 p.m. EST. The game will be televised on CSN Philadelphia.
This is the first of two meetings between the inter-conference teams. The clubs will rematch in Vancouver on March 17.
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PREVIEW: FLYERS vs. CAPITALS
Playing the front end of back-to-back game nights, Craig Berube's Philadelphia Flyers (17-19-7) are in DC to take on Barry Trotz's Washington Capitals (23-11-8). Game time is 8:00 p.m. EST. The game will be televised nationally on NBC Sports Network.
This is the second of four meetings this season between the Metropolitan Division clubs, and the first of two in W
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Buoyed by a five-goal explosion in the second period and a 3-for-4 performance on the power play, the Philadelphia Flyers broke a streak of six straight losses against the Tampa Bay Lightning with a 7-3 blowout win at the Wells Fargo Center on Monday night.
Philadelphia completed a four-game homestand with three wins to move to 17-19-7 on the season. The Eastern Conference-leading Lightning, lo
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While I am not upset with the decision of Craig Berube to go with Rob Zepp over Ray Emery tonight against the Tampa Bay Lightning, I am surprised.
Berube has been a pretty big advocate of Emery.
And no matter how you look at this, from Emery's viewpoint, this is a slap in the mask.
You're calling up someone from the AHL to start when you have a veteran NHL player available who has see
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PREVIEW: FLYERS vs. LIGHTNING
Looking to close out a four-game homestand with three wins, Craig Berube's Philadelphia Flyers (16-19-7) will take on Jon Cooper's Tampa Bay Lightning (27-12-4) at the Wells Fargo Center on Monday evening. Game time is 7:00 p.m. EST. The game will be televised on CSN Philadelphia.
This is the third and final meeting of the season between the two teams. The Light
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FLYERS-BRUINS WRAPUP: BOSTON GRINDS OUT 3-1 WIN OVER PHILLY
The Philadelphia Flyers were unable to win a tight-checking game against the Boston Bruins on Saturday afternoon at the Wells Fargo Center, falling 3-1.
Philadelphia was guilty of a couple of breakdowns with and without the puck that ended up in their net, including a back-breaking shorthanded goal for Boston in the third period.
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PREVIEW: FLYERS vs. BRUINS
Aiming to build a three-game winning streak as they begin the statistical second half of the season, Craig Berube's Philadelphia Flyers (16-18-7) will take on Claude Julien's Boston Bruins (21-15-6) at the Wells Fargo Center on Saturday afternoon. Game time is 1:00 p.m. EST. The game will be televised on CSN Philadelphia and NHL Network.
This is the second of three
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FRIDAY QUICK HITS
* The Flyers announced today that defenseman Nicklas Grossmann would miss approximately three weeks as a result of the upper-body injury (believed to be right shoulder) that he sustained on a first-period hit by Washington's Tom Wilson in the first period of Thursday's 3-2 overtime win over the Washington Capitals.
* Philadelphia reached the statistical midpoint of the 2014
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