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Ruslan Fedotenko was the hero but Kimmo Timonen was the star, leading the Flyers with four points in their 5-4 overtime win over the Capitals.
Their playoff hopes may be on life support, but don't pronounce the Flyers dead just yet.
10 seconds away from suffering another devastating loss, Kimmo Timonen scored to tie the game and force overtime. Less than two minutes into the extra session, Ruslan Fedotenko scored his second goal in as many days to give the Flyers an emotional 5-4 win over the Washington Capitals.
The Capitals took the first seven shots on goal in the game, including one that beat Ilya Bryzgalov. A shot from the point by Marcus Johnansson was deflected by Nicklas Backstrom at 4:29 of the first.
The Flyers answered six minutes later. Zac Rinaldo's hard work on a shift ended with a nice touch pass in front to Max Talbot who buried it to tie the game.
With just over five minutes left in the first, a soft lead pass from Claude Giroux found Matt Read behind ...
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You may recall the bitter divorce between Scott Hartnell and his ex-wife Lisa Renneke, as it was tabloid fodder for quite some time. Ridiculous rumors had swirled about Renneke’s infidelity, allegedly with Hartnell’s then-Flyer’s teammate, Jeff Carter. Fortunately for Scott, he can put the drama in the past because his ex has officially seen the last of his money.
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The Philadelphia Flyers have been invovled in trade rumors all day today. On April Fools, the Flyers have been linked to Bouwmeester, Jagr and Clowe.
The Flyers have announced to day that they have traded forward Harry Zolnierczyk to Anaheim for Jay Rosehill. Harry Z, the highly energetic forward was shipped to the Ducks for the 6'3 winger. I would imagine...
from Frank Seravalli of the Philadelphia Daily News,
Here are five things the Flyers can do to make the last month of the season a lot more interesting:
When Claude Giroux was pounded, face-first in the boards in the third period Thursday night against a docile Islanders team, the Flyers did not react. When their captain and most important asset was lying on the...
I completed my first trade with Brett from My Hockey Card Obsession. Brett was pulling cards of former Duck Chris Pronger with a seeming regularity that he'd only truly appreciate if it were associated with Trevor Linden. One card stood out, and eventually we worked out a one-for-one swap.A Zdeno Chara All-Star Towel relic netted me the above sweet Captain C two-color "patch...
The Philadelphia Flyers have acquired forward Jay Rosehill from the Anaheim Ducks for forward Harry Zolnierczyk.
The teams announced the trade Monday.
Zolnierczyk played in 44 regular-season games over two years for the Flyers. He had three goals and seven points this season.
Rosehill has spent the season with the Ducks' AHL affiliate, the Norfolk Admirals, where he had four...
In one of the more memorable games played at the Wells Fargo Center this season, the Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Washington Capitals 5-4 in overtime last night. It was a seesaw affair that saw the Flyers trail 1-0, lead 2-1 and the fall behind by a 4-2 count before rallying late to force overtime.
Ruslan Fedotenko scored the game-winner in overtime after Kimmo Timonen tied...
In the Flyers latest edition of “Must Win Game of 2013″ the Bruins came to town for a Saturday matinee. The Flyers do 2 things very poor, 1)Matinee games 2) play against the Bruins. Despite being 14th in the conference and 28th in the NHL, Philadelphia came into the game just 6 points out of [...]
The Philadelphia Flyers unveiled a statue yesterday to commemorate the 1974 and the 1975 Stanley Cup champs.
Watch the ceremony below. Continue reading "Video- Flyers Unveil Statue Saluting Their Two Cup Wins"
(photo by Dustin Bradford, ICON SMI) After a tremendous 5-4 Easter Sunday-win over the Washington Capitals, the Flyers have found themselves just two points out of the eighth and final playoff spot. Now, according to Sam Carchidi, Paul Holmgren is active in the trade talks occurring before Wednesday’s deadline. Reportedly, the Flyers are in trade [...]
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In the third game of a thus-far winless five-game homestand, the Philadelphia Flyers (13-17-3) take on the Boston Bruins (21-7-4). Today's matinee starts at 1:00 p.m. and will be broadcast locally on CSN Philadelphia and nationally on NHL Network.
This is the second of three meetings between the teams this season, and the first of two in Philadelphia...
As mentioned previous, the Kings and Flyers love to trade with each other.
The Flyers need to rebuild the back and the Kings have the young assets that could turn into Schenn and Simmonds on the blue line.
Timonen has a year left on his contract at a 6 mil cap hit. That's something Lombardi always loves and it allows the Kings to let Rob Scuderi go and gives Jake Muzzin...
Steve Oleksy fights Jakub Voracek blindfolded.