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The Orange Update:
Game: Ottawa Senators (12-6-3) vs. Philadelphia Flyers (10-11-1) Location: Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia, PA) Time: 12:00PM TV: NHL Network, Comcast SportsNet Radio: 97.5 The Fanatic Previous Game: On Wednesday, the Flyers defeated the struggling Washington Capitals in front of the hometown fans. Claude Giroux started the scoring early in the game, and Simon Gagne commenced his second stint with the [...]
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A disturbance in the Force has been corrected. Flyers goalie Ilya Bryzgalov has fixed his Star Wars-themed mask, changing the color of Yoda’s lightsaber to green after a mini-outcry erupted around its original orange shade. The reddish color would have implied that Yoda had gone over to the dark side; instead, balance in the universe has been restored. Look at the mask you may...
Ottawa Senators winger Chris Neil recorded two shots on goal against the Bruins on Thursday night, but perhaps what is more surprising is the fact that he was able to stay out of the penalty box.
After all, Neil is the NHL’s active leader in penalty minutes with 1,929 to his name over the course of an 11-year NHL career.
The 6-foot-1, 285-pound enforcer’s 68 PIMs so far puts...
By Dustin Leed (@D_LEED)
Photo by Len Redkoles/NHLI via Getty Images
The curious case of Danny Briere provides a simple proposal, really.
Does Danny Briere really fit with the Philadelphia Flyers?
The simple, far less cumbersome answer: no.
Easier said than done.
When the prized free agent from the 2007 offseason signed a massive eight-year, $52-million dollar contract with the Flyers...
BREAKING NEWSTags: Tom SestitoVancouver CanucksThe Philadelphia Flyers placed goaltender Michael Leighton and forward Tom Sestito on waivers on Thursday.
Leighton has cleared, and will be sent down to the Adirondack Phantoms. Sestito, on the other hand, will be headed to Vancouver.
The Canucks placed an enforcer of their own on waivers on Wednesday. Both the Edmonton...
Jakub Voracek and Wayne Simmonds had goals and Ilya Bryzgalov stopped 33 shots to help the Philadelphia Flyers defeat the Ottawa Senators 2-1 on Saturday.
The win gave the Flyers a .500 record for the first time this season, at 11-11-1. Philadelphia has won five of its last seven games.
Marc Methot scored for the Senators, who lost in regulation for the first time since Feb. 16...
Just a few weeks ago we were celebrating Tom Sestito's two goal performance in a win over the Tampa Bay Lightning. Yesterday the Flyers placed the winger and goaltender Michael Leighton on waivers. While Leighton did clear waivers, Tom Sestito was claimed by the Vancouver Canucks. Leighton will head to Adirondack.
The Flyers also announced that they have signed their 2nd round...
There is (way too early) afternoon hockey happening in Philadelphia on Saturday, as the Flyers take on the Ottawa Senators at the Wells Fargo Center. Ottawa defenseman Mike Lundin doesn’t have to worry about staying alert for the rest of the game. He’s taking a nap courtesy of the Flyers’ Harry Zolneirczyk.
After a slow start to the season, the Philadelphia Flyers are starting to pick up steam.
They're surely feeling good about their chances of keeping things going with Simon Gagne back in town.
The Flyers aim for a fifth win in seven games Saturday in their first meeting of the season with the visiting Ottawa Senators, who could again be without the injured Craig Anderson.
Oh how time flies.
It was just a couple days more than exactly five years ago that David Krejci broke onto the scene. The now-26-year-old forward scored his first-career goal against the team that, coincidentally enough, the Bruins were playing Thursday night — the Ottawa Senators.
Relive the goal in Thursday’s edition of the Captain Morgan Legendary Moment.
The Bruins are back home, but they shouldn’t expect much of a welcome party from the Ottawa Senators.
After wrapping up their longest road trip of the season, the B’s now have to deal with a red-hot team in the Senators that has won five games in a row and keeps rolling without its biggest stars. While it’s nice to be back at home, it’s never easy playing a divisional rival...
Both the Philadelphia Flyers and Los Angeles Kings are struggling this season and this prompted the two NHL clubs to pull off a trade on Feb 26. The reigning Stanley Cup Champions Los Angeles sent forward Simon Gagne to the Flyers for a conditional fourth-round draft pick. Gagne is quite familiar with the City of Brotherly Love and the Flyers organization since he spent more than...
(photo courtesy of Center Ice Philly Magazine) After being drafted by the Flyers almost fifteen years ago, spending ten seasons in the City of Brotherly Love, a short stint in Tampa, and a Stanley Cup Championship in Los Angeles, Simon Gagne has found himself wearing the orange and black once again. In return for just [...]
Philadelphia, PA - Simon Gagne returned to the Philadelphia Flyers in story-book fashion, scoring a key second period goal, as the Flyers clipped the Caps 4-0. Gagne rejoined the Flyers in the early AM hours today after being traded from the LA Kings yesterday (Tuesday Feb 26). Philadelphia used the spark from Gagne and the crowd to jump
The Wells Fargo Center was rocking on Wednesday night as one of the all-time greats, Simon Gagne returned to the club. Besides Gagne returning, he also scored to help give the Flyers a 4-1 victory. Jayson Werth actually said something smart on Wednesday too if you missed it.
In Simon Gagne's return, or as Pierre McGuirre likes to call him "See-mon", the Flyers dominated...