Found February 13, 2013 on
The Orange Update:
The past week has been a wild one for these heartless bums known as your Philadelphia Flyers. A shootout loss to Florida, OT winner against the Staal’s (Canes), an absolute joke of a game at Toronto where my team showed […]
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NHLTags: Harry ZolnierczykSean CouturierOne omission from the Flyers-Maple Leafs game recap is that Sean Couturier was a late scratch for the game. He participated in face-off drills in the morning practice, but was sent back to Philadelphia as the day continued to cope with a bout of the flu.
In his absence, Tom Sestito returned to the...
The Flyers may be just 6-7-1 in 2013, but that doesn't mean they aren't one of the top five franchises in the NHL over the past ten plus seasons.
The graphic above, shown on the NHL Network this morning, shows exactly where the Flyers stand among the great franchises in the league. Their 658 total regular season and playoff wins combined since the '97-'98 season is...
By Jake Pavorsky (@JakePavorsky)
As the Philadelphia Flyers prepare for their game Tuesday night against the Winnipeg Jets, another new face joins the Flyers lineup. The team has sent home center Sean Couturier, who is apparently battling flu-like symptoms. Couturier took part in the team’s skate Monday morning before their matchup with the Toronto Maple Leafs...
Finally, whether you want to admit it or not, you love Ilya Bryzgalov. Last season obviously was not Ilya's best, but the season he is putting together right now *knock on wood*, is giving fans an idea of what we are paying for.
During the lockout, beside missing hockey as a whole, I truly missed Ilya Bryzgalov. If it is Bryz's off ice interviews, or on ice play, their is...
PREVIEW 5:30 AM EST
If the Philadelphia Flyers (5-7-1) are going to make the playoffs in the lockout-shortened 2013 season, they need to start winning regularly on the road. A season after setting a franchise record for road points, the club is off to a 1-6-0 start on the road and got a six-game road trip off to a bad start with a 5-2 loss in Toronto last night.
The Flyers needed a blue collar type effort tonight at MTS Centre in Winnipeg after a dreadful performance last night against the Maple Leafs. They got it. One of the keys was a fast start… It kinda sorta went that […]