Found October 29, 2013 on Flyerdelphia:
Kyle Palmieri scores his second goal of the game in a 3-2 Flyers loss to the Ducks on Tuesday. Photo Courtesy of For the first 20 minutes, the Philadelphia Flyers played like a determined team, a team that had turned the corner on the worst start in franchise history. But as the energy disappeared, the Flyers quickly reverted back to old ways. The Anaheim Ducks would rally for two third-period goals, both by Kyle Palmieri, in a 3-2 win to beat the Flyers on Tuesday night at Wells Fargo Center. A dominant first period paced the Flyers early as they controlled the pace. They would outshoot the Ducks, 15-10, in the first. They also led where it counts, 2-0. Just 3:40 into the game, Matt Read buried his own rebound for his third goal in as many games, giving the Flyers a 1-0 lead. Late in the period, at 16:34, the Flyers capitalized on the power play. Claude Giroux made a brilliant pass across the slot to Vincent Lecavalier for a one-timer, Lecavalier's fourth goal in ...

Divine Intervention May Be the Cause of the Flyers’ Recent Wins

As I reported last week, Flyers owner Ed Snider was in Rome during the Flyers’ 7 day break. Above you can see Snider and his wife meeting with the leader of the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Francis. Perhaps Pope Francis put in a word for the Flyers with the big man upstairs, because since that meeting the Flyers have won both of their games — including 5 goals in Saturday night’s...

Flyers fan wears a great costume to the game

Fan were encouraged to wear their costumes to the Wells Fargo Center tonight for the Flyers-Ducks game. This fan, whether she won the costume or not, is awesome.

Having scored three goals, Flyers go for three straight wins

Vincent Lecavalier netted a hat trick in the Flyers 5-2 win on Saturday and now leads the team with four goals this season. Photo Courtesy of The Flyers just followed a week off with wins on Thursday and Saturday. On Saturday, in their 10th game of the season, they broke the trend of scoring two goals or less, beating the Islanders, 5-2.  With that blemish removed following...

Future Flyers Report: Laughton and Leier lead the way in offensive production

The pair of Scott Laughton and Taylor Leier have played the most games out of any of the Philadelphia Flyers’ prospects, and they are averaging over a point per game in the process. Ironically for both players, neither of them lead their junior teams in scoring. Laughton has 11 goals and eight helpers in the Oshawa Generals’ first 11 games this season. The forward sits third...

Putting On The Foil with @jsaquella: Were Flyers Lucky to Get a Solid Starter in Steve Mason?

Editors’ Note: Noted Philadelphia Flyers fan John Saquella is going beyond 140 characters. The man most of you probably know from social media as @jsaquella will bring you his wide-ranging opinion and commentary on the Orange and Black in his column Putting On The Foil. By John Saquella (@jsaquella) Getty Images During a twitter conversation, I saw somebody claim the Flyers were...

Flyers Prospect Report: Week Of October 21st

(Via Flickr). Each week, The Hockey Guys’ highlights a handful of standout players in the Philadelphia Flyers farm system, spanning North America to Europe and from the AHL to the USHL.  2012 2nd round pick Anthony Stolarz has held his own in his second season with the London Knights but ran into a streak of bad luck this past week, posting a 1-1 record in three appearances...

A Very Special Flyers Halloween Special

Claude Giroux and the Flyers were watching horror movies one night when a inter-dimensional vortex transported the Flyers into the land of horror and our most beloved horror movie characters entered our reality…   Goalies are…psychotic   The line from hell.     Playing like a possessed person.     The vamptain.

Flyers 'lucky' to be close in standings

Despite an awful start, the Flyers enter Tuesday’s game against visiting Anaheim just five points out of a playoff spot _ and with two games in hand on Carolina, the team holding that position. “Our division has been struggling at the start of the year,” center Sean Couturier said after Tuesday’s morning skate at the Wells Fargo Center. “We’re lucky we’re in that situation...

Duck, Duck, Lose: Flyers’ Win Streak Ends at Two After Loss to Anaheim

Despite a first period that showed some promise, the Flyers were unable to hold off the Anaheim Ducks and saw their first loss in three games. Matt Read and Vinny Lecavalier were responsible for the two Philadelphia goals, while Kyle Palmieri scored two and Andrew Cogliano also scored for Anaheim. The Flyers got off to a slow start in the first period, but once Read opened up the...

Palmieri lifts Ducks past Flyers

Kyle Palmieri scored two straight goals in the third period to rally the Anaheim Ducks past the Philadelphia Flyers 3-2 on Tuesday night. Andrew Cogliano also scored for the Ducks and Jonas Hiller had 26 saves. Matt Read and Vinny Lecavalier scored for the Flyers. Palmieri scored on a tip-in with 4:09 left in the game to help the Ducks win their third straight game. He also scored...

Ducks Come Back in 3-2 Win Over Philadelphia

It didn't start off pretty, but in the end, the Ducks were able to squeeze out another victory, this one a 3-2 defeat of the Philadelphia Flyers. The first period was sluggish and the Flyers happily capitalized on that with goals from Matt Read and Vincent Lecavalier.    Lecavalier, coming off a hat trick in his prior game, looked like a one man wrecking crew on the ice...

Game 11 Preview: Anaheim Ducks @ Philadelphia Flyers

Anaheim Ducks (9-3-0) @ Philadelphia Flyers (3-7-0), 7:00pm, CSN-Philly/PRIME After a pair of wins, the Philadelphia Flyers find themselves sitting at 3-7-0 and arguably still searching for their first impressive victory of the season. With one win coming against a Florida Panthers team that saw Tim Thomas let in two soft goals and a sloppy win against the New York Rangers, the...

Palmieri scores 2 to lift Ducks past Flyers, 3-2

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Kyle Palmieri scored two straight goals in the third period to rally the Anaheim Ducks past the Philadelphia Flyers 3-2 on Tuesday night. Andrew Cogliano also scored for the Ducks and Jonas Hiller had 26 saves. Matt Read and Vinny Lecavalier scored for the Flyers. Palmieri scored on a tip-in with 4:09 left in the game to help the Ducks win their third straight...

Flyers Score Early, Struggle Late In Loss To Anaheim

Philadelphia Flyers vs Anaheim Ducks Wells Fargo Center, Game 11, Home Game 7 FINAL SCORE: Ducks 3 | Flyers 2 SHOTS: Ducks 37 | Flyers 28 The Orange Update STUDS 1) RW Matt Read (1 G) 2) G Steve Mason (34 saves on 37 shots) 3) RW Wayne Simmonds (2 A) The starting lineup for [...]

Podcast Ep 77: Technical Difficulties

On this edition of the Flyers Faithful Podcast, Steve and Hal discuss whether the Flyers are coming back to the middle of the pack after their disastrous start. Topics include the Islanders trade with the Sabres for Thomas Vanek, Steve Mason, why the team kept Michael Raffl over Tye McGinn, and more. Please note that this was recorded on Monday and meant to come out on Tuesday...
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