HOW MUCH IS TOO MUCH FOR MASON?
The 2014-15 season has been a frustrating one for both the Philadelphia Flyers and starting goaltender Steve Mason. The 26-year-old netminder has played brilliantly when he's been able to stay in the lineup but has now had three significant injuries -- two of which came about under seemingly innocuous circumstances -- in seven weeks.
On Dec. 19, Mason appeare
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Flyers head coach Craig Berube talks about the key factors in the team's win over Washington.
Scott Laughton talks about his fight with Caps' Niskanen.
Scott Laughton vs Matt Niskanen from the Philadelphia Flyers at Washington Capitals game on Feb 8, 2015.
Flyers General Manager Ron Hextall updates the media on Steve Mason and Rob Zepp's injuries.
Simmonds, Flyers edge the Capitals, 3-1
FLYERS STONEWALL CAPS, 3-1, LOSE MASON AGAIN
The Philadelphia Flyers played perhaps their best defensive game of the season as they defeated the Washington Capitals, 3-1, at the Verizon Center on Sunday afternoon.
Despite a 6-to-1 disparity in power plays in Washington's favor, the Flyers outshot the Capitals, 25-14 for the game. Philadelphia played an outstanding game without the puck, wit
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Get the latest news and updates leading up to the Philadelphia Flyers and Washington Capitals game on February 8, 2015, presented by DraftKings.
PREVIEW: FLYERS @ CAPITALS
Beginning a four-game road trip, Craig Berube's Philadelphia Flyers (22-22-8) are in the District of Columbia on Sunday afternoon to take on Barry Trotz's Washington Capitals (28-15-10). Game time at the Verizon Center is 3:00 p.m. EST. The game will be televised locally on CSN Philadelphia and nationally on NHL Network.
This is the third of four meetings between t
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The annual Pelle Lindbergh Memorial Award is voted on by the Flyers players and given to the teammate who has been the club's most improved player that season. The award commemorates the process by which the late Swedish goaltender recovered from a horrific second NHL season to win the Vezina Trophy, a Hart Trophy finalist spot and backstop the Flyers to the Stanley Cup Final in the 1984-85 playof
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