Found September 17, 2013 on Flyerdelphia:
Sean Couturier scored early in the third period in the Flyers 3-2 loss to the Rangers. After yesterday's split-squad action resulted in one shootout win - the first of the preseason for the Flyers - and a shootout loss, the Flyers had the whole team back together in Philadelphia for their fourth preseason game in three days. A division rival waited as the New York Rangers and Flyers faced off for their only meeting of the preseason. The Flyers were still unable to get their first win on home ice in the preseason, falling to the Rangers, 3-2, on Tuesday night at Wells Fargo Center. The Flyers and Rangers played through a scoreless first period with the Rangers generating many of the scoring chances. Steve Mason was up for the task on all eight shots he faced in the period. Early in the second, the Rangers struck for a goal by Derick Brassard off a nice pass from Mats Zuccarello.  It took over half of regulation, but the Flyers did find the net. After failing to score on Mar...

Flyers sign 2013 first round pick Samuel Morin

It looks like the competition on the Flyers blue line just got a little stiffer. On Tuesday the Flyers signed first round draft pick Samuel Morin to his entry-level contract. Morin came into training camp with two goals – one to get this contract and the second to make the team as an 18-year-old defenseman. Well consider it one down and one to go. And the second part of that...

Philadelphia Flyers Preseason: Morin among Cuts

By David Strehle (@David_Strehle) As GM Paul Holmgren said would be the case, the Philadelphia Flyers trimmed 28 players from training camp Wednesday and now have 32 players on on the roster. Some of the more notable cuts: Sam Morin — The 11th-overall selection in this past summer’s NHL draft did not look out of place in two home preseason games, in which he played well in excess...

Morin provides future glimpse in loss to Caps

Getty Images (By @David_Strehle) The Philadelphia Flyers’ defensive corp was left with a gaping 6′ 6″, 220-pound hole in its very structure when they lost Chris Pronger to a concussion late in 2011. Heading into the NHL Draft in June, Paul Holmgren was looking at not only revamping the organization’s overall depth on the blue line, but also attempting to grab a special player...

Simon Gagne Selling Quebec Mansion For $3.95 Million (Canadian)

Excuse me if I have anything wrong about the massive house NHLer Simon Gagne is selling in Quebec because the listing is in…

Putting On The Foil with @jsaquella: A Slap In The Face?

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 Simon Gagne called the Philadelphia Flyers decision to offer Dan...

Phantoms: New Home, New Hope – History of the Phantoms

Since 1936, the Philadelphia Flyers have been affiliated with several AHL teams. Their longest-lasting (and most successful) affiliation was with the Hershey Bears from 1984-1996, prior to dealing with the Phantoms. When the Flyers moved out of the Spectrum and into the CoreStates Center in September of ‘96, they elected to keep the Spectrum open. Doing so required them to find...

Gameday FAQ – Flyers vs Maple Leafs vs Capitals

  Here is your Philadelphia Flyers Gameday FAQ for Monday, September 16, 2013. The Flyers have split into two squads for the preseason and both will be playing tonight.   When and where are the Flyers playing? Group A is playing in Toronto at 7:00pm. Group B is also playing at 7:00pm, but in Philadelphia.   Why would they have them both play at the same time? Do they hate us?...

Proof that no one knows NHL stars?

The Flyers beat the Maple Leafs 3-2 on Monday, but it was an Air Canada Centre security agent who earned the big "W" of the night. Philadelphia Flyers forward Scott Hartnell wasn't playing in the preseason game, but he almost didn't even get to see his team take on Toronto after an ACC employee was hesitant to let him in. Sporting a spiffy suit and with his curly...

WATCH Joel Reclichz shootout winner against the Flyers

Joel Rechlicz, seen here with the Hershey Bears, scored the game winning shootout goal against the Philadelphia Flyers (courtesy of the Capitals team website) Yes folks it’s not a typo! Joel Reclichz, affectionately called “The Recker” by fans and foes alike, took his hands out of the ice box and showed off his scoring ability in last nights 4-3 shootout victory over the Philadelphia...

Flyers 2 Game Recap

The Flyers and Flyers played today. No, that’s not a typo. The Flyers won their game against the Toronto Maple Leafs by a score of 3-2. The Flyers’ 2 regulation time goals came from two defensemen, Luke Schenn and Bruno Gervais. One of the Leafs’ goals came via former Flyer James Van Riemsdyk. In the shootout, the Flyers’ goals came from Cousins, Read, Laughton, and McGinn...

Andrew MacWilliam lights up a Flyer with a huge hit

There's an old saying, it's better to be the hammer than the nail. Former UND defenseman Andrew MacWilliam drops Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Nicklas Grossmann with a huge hit along the boards.

Scott Hartnell Gets Owned, Carded At Toronto Hockey Arena

A ballbreaker Air Canada Centre security agent gave no f*cks about Philadelphia left winger Scott Harnell and his William Wallace ponytail when the…

Split Squad Recap; 9/17 Preview

(Photo by Elsa/Getty Images) Flyers hockey is back and it’s back in a rather unusual manner. Tonight at Wells Fargo Center the Flyers will play their fourth game in three nights as they take on the New York Rangers for the first time in the 2013-2014 schedule. On Sunday in London, Ontario Peter Laviolette’s club [...]
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