FLYERS MISS COBURN'S MINUTES
Being a defenseman is often a thankless job. The player's mistakes are magnified compared to those that forwards make. An unforced turnover or lost coverage that results in an opposition goal or being forced to take a penalty can stand out more than an otherwise solid performance in 20-plus shifts. Hockey people don't hyper-focus on one or two bad shifts in a game -
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GAME PREVIEW: FLYERS @ PENGUINS
Concluding a three-game road trip, the Philadelphia Flyers (1-3-2) are in western Pennsylvania tonight to take on their cross-state archrivals, the Pittsburgh Penguins (3-1-0). Game time is 7:30 p.m. EDT. The game will be televised nationally on NBC Sports Network.
This is the first of four meetings between the teams this season, and the first of two in Pittsb
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FLYERS @ BLACKHAWKS PREVIEW
Looking to build on a comeback victory in the first game of a three-game road trip, the Philadelphia Flyers (1-2-2) are in the Windy City tonight to take on the powerhouse Chicago Blackhawks (3-0-1). Game time is 8:30 p.m. EDT. The game will be televised nationally on NBC Sports Network and locally on Comcast Sportsnet Philadelphia.
This is the first of two meeti
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QUICK HITS: OCTOBER 20
* The Flyers' decision not to play Braydon Coburn in Saturday night's game at the American Airlines Center in Dallas on Saturday was apparently just precautionary in nature and not a setback. Coburn told head coach Craig Berube that he did not feel quite ready to play based on Friday's practice. The player, who was wearing a walking boot on his left foot while in the pre
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FLYERS PULL TWO POINTS OUT OF THE COMEBACK WELL, BEAT DALLAS 6-5 IN OT
No team wants to rely too frequently on playing comeback hockey. The Philadelphia Flyers, however, are not afraid to do it. Quite frankly, they get a little too much practice at it but they also happen to be good at it.
In three of five games this season, the Flyers have pulled off multi-goal comebacks. Four times, they
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FLYERS @ STARS: GAME PREVIEW
Still looking for their first win of the 2014-15 regular season, the Philadelphia Flyers (0-2-2) begin a three-game road trip with a visit to Big D to play Lindy Ruff's Dallas Stars (2-1-1). Game time at the American Airlines Center is 8:00 p.m. EDT. The game will be televised on CSN Philadelphia in the Delaware Valley and Fox Sports Southwest in Texas.
This is t
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THREE SIGNS OF HOPE, THREE AREAS OF CONCERN
Whenever a team is winless in four games, it is easy to dwell on what has gone wrong and the areas of weakness on the roster. For the Philadelphia Flyers, who will look to improve their 0-2-2 mark tomorrow night when they embark on a three-game road trip with a game against the speedy Dallas Stars, there have actually been some encouraging signs to go
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AFTER COMEBACK POINT, FLYERS FALL AGAIN IN SHOOTOUT
In three of their four games played to date, the Philadelphia Flyers have fallen behind and then pulled even with their opponents. In two games, they've recovered from multi-goal deficits. In the other game, the team took a 3-0 lead into the third period.
All the Flyers have to show for it, however, is a pair of regulation losses and two 6
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