Flyers Gameday: 4/5/14 @ Boston

FLYERS AT BRUINS GAME PREVIEW (6:45 A.M. EDT)

Looking to snap a three-game winless streak and going up against the best team in the NHL right now, the Philadelphia Flyers (39-28-9) are in Beantown to take on the Boston Bruins (52-18-7). Game time is 1:00 p.m. EDT. The match will be televised locally on Comcast Sportsnet Philadelphia.

This is the third and final meeting of the season between

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Meltzer’s Musings: Firing Blanks and Shifting Fortunes

FLYERS FIRE BLANKS AGAIN, DROP 2-0 DECISION TO COLUMBUS

One of the things that makes stretch-drive and playoff hockey so intriguing is how perspectives can shift quickly from one day to the next.

Twenty-four hours ago, the Flyers were poised to put some major distance between themselves and the Columbus Blue Jackets in the Metropolitan Division standings and, hopefully, narrow the gap with

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Flyers Gameday: 4/3/14 vs. Columbus

FLYERS VS BLUE JACKETS GAME PREVIEW (7:45 A.M. EDT)

Looking to strengthen their hold on a guaranteed Eastern Conference playoff spot for being a top-three team in the Metropolitan Division, the Philadelphia Flyers (39-27-9) are home to host the Columbus Blue Jackets (38-30-7). Game time at the Wells Fargo Center in 7:00 p.m. EDT. The match will be televised locally on Comcast Sportsnet Philadel

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Meltzer’s Musings: No Shootout Bonus Point in 0-0 Tie, Quick Hits

EMERY SHUTS OUT ST. LOUIS, FLYERS LOSE

Have I told you lately how much I despise shootouts? Win or lose, they remain a horrible way to decide hockey games.

Courtesy of a 28-save road shutout of the Western Conference leading St. Louis Blues by Ray Emery, the Philadelphia Flyers earned a hard-fought point. Unfortunately for the Flyers, they were unable to puck any of their own 31 shots past B

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