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The Orange Update:
Coming off their fourth straight victory, third while coming from behind, the Flyers are streaking and overcoming all of their injuries. This hits keep coming, as we found out Zac Rinaldo is out with a high ankle sprain prior to the Toronto game, we now wait to find the status of Kimmo Timonen. The [...]
BEST OF MAXIM
The Flyers have used plenty of defensemen this season. With the condensed 48 game schedule – a hellish
marathon of games that seems more like an extended torture session than a
season- it’s easy to assume the Flyers would have injuries. But this much? The egregious amount of
injuries seems too daunting to overcome, but if they do, they can thank all ten
on the squad who...
NHLTags: Colin SuellentropMark AltOshawa GeneralsUniversity of Minnesota GophersThe Philadelphia Flyers have not made it official yet, but multiple news outlets have reported that they have signed defenseman Mark Alt to an entry level contract.
Diana C. Nearhos of the Post Star also reported, via twitter, “Last night, I was told the Flyers...
Philadelphia Flyers Postgame Notes – April 4, 2013 Flyers 5, Toronto 3 at Air Canada Centre Jay Rosehill scored his third career NHL goal and first since February 8, 2011. Rosehill and Adam Hall both made their Flyers debut, while Steve Mason dressed as a Flyer for the first time. Luke Schenn had an empty-net [...]
Keep an eye on Adam Hall as he skates out from behind the net on this Sean Couturier goal which put the Flyers up 4-2 late in the 2nd period.
There will be more videos on this, the overhead shot really shows wht Hall did and I will post when available.
update 8:54pm, Damn, NHL.com pulled the video, will try to find it so when you see this removed, the video is working.
Photo Courtesy: Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports
Recently acquired goaltender Steve Mason believes that he has a chance to be the Philadelphia Flyers goalie of the future.
Mason seemed to need a change of scenary, especially with his troubles in Columbus.This was the quote that Mason gave today:
"My job is to come in here and become the goaltender the organization believes I can...
Usually a central team in trade deadline rumors, the Philadelphia Flyers were something of an afterthought this year in what has been a down season for the club. However, the team made one intriguing move yesterday that could have a long-term impact on the club.
After finding out that the price tag on Ben Bishop was too high for their liking (hockey people I talked to afterward...
Erik Gustafsson scored the game-winning goal in the Flyers' 5-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday night, the third straight win for the Flyers.
Matt Read called them the comeback kids. The Flyers are certainly making the third period interesting and exciting.
After last night's 5-3 win over the Montreal Canadiens, the first time the Flyers had won three straight...
(photo by Len Redkoles/NHLI via Getty Images) It has been quite blatant that the Philadelphia Flyers’ 8th overall pick in 2011 is suffering from what many call a “sophomore slump”. Sean Couturier netted 13 goals and had 14 assists for a combined total of 27 points in his rookie season. His defensive style of play [...]
PREVIEW 10:00 AM EDT
Looking to extend their winning streak to four straight games and get back to the .500 mark on the season, the Philadelphia Flyers (16-17-3) start a three-game road trip tonight against the Toronto Maple Leafs (20-12-4). The game starts at 7:00 p.m. and will be televised locally on CSN Philadelphia.
This is third and final meeting between the teams this...
Do you believe Flyers fans? The Philadelphia Flyers have somehow found a way to win another tough game, this time in Toronto against the Maple Leafs. Jay Rosehill deflected a Sean Couturier shot past James Reimer giving the Flyers a two goal lead that they wouldn’t relinquish. Early on Simon Gagne deflected in a shot [...]
Photo courtesy of Getty Images The Flyers are alive and swell following a gutsy road win in Toronto last night, their 4th in a row. Standing two points behind the New York Rangers (8th) and three points back of the Islanders (7th) somehow, despite all the struggles, these Flyers are right in thick of the [...]