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The opening weekend of NHL hockey finally came, even though it was four months late, the season is here. What better way to start off the Flyers season than at home versus their lovely friends from Pittsburgh?A win could have answered that question quite nicely.
Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins came into the Wells Fargo Center to open the 2012-2013 campaign. Unfortunately for the Flyers, the Penguins left with two points. Here are the full highlights of Saturday's game (Flyers vs Penguins)
The Flyers had no time to dwell on the loss to Pitt, as they headed to Buffalo for a 12:30 NBC vs the Sabres. Some poor officating and the Flyers penalty kill hurt the Flyers as they remain winless in 2013.(Broad Street Hockey) Here are the full highlights of Sunday's game (Flyers vs Sabres)
With a busy weekend in the NHL, especially for the boys in Orange and Black, there was a lot to break down. Here is a weekend wrap-up on the Flyers and their tough start to the season. (The Orange Update)
Is Chip Kelly looking to bring on an all-college coaching staff? (Eagles Addict)
On Friday night, former 76er Lou Williams, tore his ACL. The former 76er will miss the remainder of the season. (Total Sports Live)
With the way the Sixers season is playing out right now, they could be very active in the trade market in the next month or so. What are some of their trade options? (Buzz on Broad)
On Friday night, the Sixers pulled out a thrilling overtime victory against the Toronto Raptors. Jrue Holiday helped lead the team to a 108-101 victory. (Philadunkia)
Didn't go to the game on Saturday? Here is the complete 2013 Philadelphia Flyers player introductions:
*---If you happened to be at the game, here is what the fans at home had to watch, courtesy of NBC:
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The Pittsburgh Penguins are off to a perfect 2-0 start even with stars Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin still looking for their first goals of the season.
Pittsburgh can improve to 3-0 for the first time in 18 years on Wednesday night in the home opener against Toronto. The Penguins are getting contributions from all over. Forward James Neal already has three goals and embattled...
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Sidney Crosby hasn't scored yet. Evgeni Malkin either. The way the superstar duo's teammates are playing for the Pittsburgh Penguins at the moment, it hardly matters.
Not with forward James Neal picking up right where he left off during his career season a year ago. Not with No. 2 goaltender Tomas Vokoun looking very much like the reliable backup Pittsburgh envisioned when...
The NHL opened it's season Saturday to tremendous fan reaction as attendance at arenas for home openers sold out and TV ratings were up.
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Question: After Sidney Crosby & Evgeni Malkin, the player the Penguins can least afford to lose is...?
More than half (53 percent) of voters believe Kris Letang is the player Pittsburgh can least afford to lose after Sidney Crosby & Evgeni Malkin. âMadMikeâ voiced an interesting opinion, saying that âI'd actually...
Buckle up Penguins fans, it's a great day for hockey!
Pittsburgh Penguins (0-0-0) @ Philadelphia Flyers (0-0-0)
NBC, 3:00 pm/et
Wells Fargo Center - Philadelphia, PA
It's the first game of the season and the Pittsburgh Penguins are playing in Philadelphia. It's been a long, long, long (long) offseason. The Penguins last game of the 2011-2012 regular season was against the Flyers. Then they played six largely...