Meltzer’s Musings: Big Test on Tuesday, Prospects, Alumni and More

FLYERS FACE TOUGH TEST ON TUESDAY

The Philadelphia Flyers have won back-to-back games for the first time since early November. They've won three of their last four games and have a 3-0-2 record over their last five. Philly has also outscored its first two opponents by a combined 9-2 score in the first two games of the Flyers' current four-game homestand. Philly now has an 8-4-2 home record this

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Who Have the Flyers Beaten? The Telling Facts of the Future

Not to trounce on the good vibes of a two-game win streak, or the added points in five-straight games, but who have the Flyers beaten so far? The answer, while alarming, doesn’t necessarily spell doom. But are the Flyers really improving? Perspective After downing the New Jersey Devils and the Carolina Hurricanes in their last […] Who Have the Flyers Beaten? The Telling Facts of the Future - Broad Street Buzz - Broad Street Buzz - A Philadelphia Flyers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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On Berube, Morin, Timonen, No. 1 D-man

Good news for Flyers fans.

Craig Berube's team jumped four percentage points in the playoff chance. That is, Sportsclubstats.com now ranks the Flyers chances at post-season play at 18%, following Saturday's 5-1 rout of Carolina.

People keep asking me whether it wouldn't be better for the Flyers to simply "tank" the season and try for a home run in the draft.

Anyone who knows Ed Snider _

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Meltzer’s Musings: Flyers Dismantle Carolina

FLYERS DISMANTLE CAROLINA, 5-1

The Flyers scored early and often against the Carolina Hurricanes in a 5-1 Saturday matinee at the Wells Fargo Center. Philadelphia led for 59:07 of the game's 60 minutes and held multi-goal leads for most of the afternoon.

Philly's four game homestand is off to a good start with a pair of convincing victories against New Jersey and Carolina. The Flyers have wo

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