Today: Flyers (13-13-2) at Dallas Stars (13-9-5) Site: American Airlines Center Time: 2 p.m. TV: Comcast SportsNet (Jim Jackson & Keith Jones) Radio: 97.5 FM, The Fanatic (Tim Saunders & Chris Therien) Last game: In impressive fashion, the Flyers came … Continue reading →
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FLYERS-STARS GAME PREVIEW (3:00 AM EST)
Looking to pull above the .500 mark for the first time this season, the Philadelphia Flyers (13-13-2) are in Big D today to take on Lindy Ruff's Dallas Stars (13-9-5). Game time at the American Airlines Center is 2:00 p.m. eastern. The match will be televised locally on CSN Philadelphia.
This is the first of two meetings between the teams this season.
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DALLAS – When did they start naming Winter Storms?
Cleon, the latest named blast of Arctic weather to wreak havoc on Middle America, left three-quarters of an inch of snow and ice on the streets of Dallas Friday morning, practically shutting down...
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Happy Friday, Philadelphia Flyers fans! Here are the latest rumblings around the National Hockey League. ; Mike Commodore wants nothing to do with Detroit Red Wings head coach Mike Babcock. (FanSided) Staying in Hockeytown, are the Red Wings going to trade Kyle Quincey
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Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Steve Mason has been a steal since he suited up for the Flyers. If his outstanding play continues, he will become one of the highest-paid netminders in the National Hockey League. Since the conclusion of the 2011-12 season, six top-tier goaltenders have signed lucrative contracts.
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WAS COMEBACK IN DETROIT A MOMENTUM-BUILDING WIN FOR FLYERS?
Any hockey coach or player will tell you that is always best to stay on a mental even keel during the marathon-like season. Once the final horn sounds on a game, file that one away and move on to focus solely on the next match. Don't dwell too much on what's now in the past and don't look too far ahead on the schedule.
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Since joining the Philadelphia Flyers late last season at the trade deadline, Steve Mason has been on fire. Posting a 14-10-2 record since becoming a Flyer, Mason has shown that he is much improved from his past couple seasons in Columbus. Stone Cold Steve Mason has been just that – icing opponents by not allowing […]Flyers’ Steve Mason’s Bid For Team Canada - Broad Street Buzz - Broad Street Buzz - A Philadelphia Flyers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
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It usually takes 3-5 years until one can adequately judge the success of an NHL Draft. With the exception of first round picks, and sometimes second round picks, it takes time to evaluate how a team performed at an individual draft. Well, it has been a year and a half since the 2012 Draft, but […]Philadelphia Flyers Class of 2012 Could Be Well Represented At World Junior Championships - Broad Street Buzz - Broad Street Buzz - A Philadelphia Flyers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
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Sean Couturier didn’t look, yet still knew Matt Read was where he was supposed to be - in front of Jimmy Howard to get the Flyers back within a goal Wednesday night in Detroit.
Now that’s chemistry, blessed chemistry, for a team 27th in the NH...
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Good morning Flyers fans! It’s always a little easier to wake up after a Flyers win. For now, sit back and enjoy the latest stories from around the league: The Columbus Blue Jackets have place Sergei Bobrovsky on IR. (NHL.com) Steven Stamkos is targeting February 6th for his return to hockey.
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