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As much as the Flyers prepared for the NHL’s best team, the start of the game took them off guard.
The St. Louis Blues were all over the place before the Flyers buckled down and got the better of them in a 4-1 win, extending their victorious streak to five.
“I’ve got to be honest, it felt like they had seven guys on the ice in the first period,” said Jake Voracek, who notched his 19th goal of the season in the third period. “They were everywhere. I was like, ‘Wow, it’s going to be a long night.’ But I think that we started to skate a little bit better the last five minutes of the period, and we carried it over in the second and in the third.”
Early in the game, the Flyers relied heavily on Steve Mason, who made 32 saves in his 30th win of the season. In the Flyers’ hot streak, the 25-year-old goalie accounts for four of the wins, with a 1.50 goals-against average and .948 save percentage in that span.
“Anytime you’re gonna win it’s a team thing, though, so I’m not going to take
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Steve Mason makes one of his 32 saves in the Flyers 4-1 win over the Blues on Saturday. (Photo Courtesy of ESPN.com)
The Flyers had been out-shot, 13-8, by the Blues in the first period. Another mistake by the power play allowed St. Louis to also score the lone goal of the period while short-handed.
It felt like the Flyers were reverting back to bad habits. A short-handed goal...
Steve Downie suffered an upper-body injury in the opening minutes of Saturday's game against the St. Louis Blues. (Photo by Amy Irvin/38Photography)
Early in Saturday's game against the St. Louis Blues, Flyers forward Steve Downie suffered an upper-body injury that forced him out of the game.
The play looked harmless and accidental. Downie and Blues forward Patrik Berglund...
Following the Flyers fifth straight win, the Orange and Black extended one of the pleasant surprises of the season.
Rookie forward Michael Raffl and the Flyers have reportedly agreed to a multi-year extension.
Raffl has nine goals and 12 assists for 21 points in 57 games with the Flyers.
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The Philadelphia Flyers announced that they have signed forward Michael Raffl to a multi-year contract extension today, according to club general manager Paul Holmgren.
Raffl, 25 (12/1/88) has nine goals and 12 assists for 21 points this season, his first with the Flyers and in the NHL.
Reports are the contract is for two years with an AAV of $1.1M.
The Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday signed rookie forward Michael Raffl to a two-year, $2.2 million contract extension.
Raffl, who signed a one-year, $925,000 contract May 31, 2013, could have become a restricted free agent this summer.
The 25-year-old has nine goals and 21 points in 57 games. He's developed into one of the Flyers' most versatile performers and a top penalty...
Philadelphia Flyer forward Michael Raffl has been one of the unsung heroes of this season.
The 25-year-old Austrian has been rewarded for his efforts with a new two-year deal worth $2.2 million.
Raffl was a name on the bottom of the list for players likely to make the Flyers’ NHL roster during the preseason.
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While playing in preseason games with Philadelphia...
The Philadelphia Flyers lost gritty forward Steve Downie early in this afternoon’s contest against St. Louis. He skated into St. Louis Blues forward Patrik Berglund and appeared to be accidentally hit in the head as a result.
There was no penalty on the play.
Downie fell to the ice and although he was eventually able to skate off on his own strength, he went straight for the...
Philadelphia Flyers vs St. Louis Blues Wells Fargo Center, Game 70, Home Game 35 FINAL SCORE: Flyers 4 | Blues 1 SHOTS: Blues 33 | Flyers 19 The Orange Update Standout Stars 1) Steve Mason (32 sv) 2) Brayden Schenn (GWG, 1A) 3) Scott Hartnell (1G, 1A) The starting lineup for Philadelphia: LW- Steve Downie […]Flyers define Clutch Time, beat Blues 4-1- presented by The Orange Update...
Welcome to Around the Net, a bi-weekly look through linkage at the Philadelphia Flyers and other news from around the NHL. Today we look back at the Flyers weekend that included two big wins over Dallas and St. Louis, Michael Raffl signed a contract extension and the L.A. Kings come to town tonight, with Jeff Carter and Mike Richards in tow.
Flyers beat NHL leading Blues,...
FLYERS VS. BLUES GAME PREVIEW (5:45 A.M. EST)
Taking aim at their fifth straight win, the Philadelphia Flyers (36-25-7) will host the Western Conference leading St. Louis Blues (47-15-7) on Saturday afternoon. Game time at the Wells Fargo Center is 1:00 p.m. EST. The match will be televised locally on CSN Philly.
This is the first of two meetings of the season between the inter...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) Scott Hartnell and Brayden Schenn each scored in the second period to rally the Philadelphia Flyers to a 4-1 win Saturday over the St. Louis Blues and a fifth straight victory.
FLYERS VS. KINGS GAME PREVIEW (8:30 A.M. EST)
Taking aim at their sixth straight win, the Philadelphia Flyers (38-25-7) will host the Los Angeles Kings (40-25-6) on Monday night. Game time is 7:00 p.m. EST. The match will be televised locally on CSN Philly.
This is the second of two meetings of the season between the inter-Conference clubs. It is the lone game in Philadelphia...
The Philadelphia Flyers are hosting the Los Angeles Kings tonight which marks former Flyer and current King Jeff Carter‘s return to the organization that drafted him back in 2003.
The Kings tweeted out the first barb, showing a picture of Carter holding the Stanley Cup he won with the Kings in 2012, sarcastically stating that they were “not sure why” the Philly fans were booing...
[photo courtesy Kings.NHL.com] Overview: Game: 71 Match-Up: Philadelphia Flyers (38-25-7) vs. Los Angeles Kings (40-25-6) Location: Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia, PA) Time: 7:00 p.m. TV: CSN Philly Radio: 93.3 WMMR ____________________________________________________________ Philadelphia Flyers (38-25-7) Last Game: 4-1 win vs. St. Louis Blues Headlines: Philadelphia closes...