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Sharks Sink Flyers in Return to Action

Craig Berube made a very simple statement Thursday morning. “Defense,” he said. “Is what wins you games in this league. It’s what wins championships. If we play good team defense we’ll be all right.” For the first 20 minutes the Flyers ...

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Red-Hot Flyers Beat Flames

By Anthony SanFilippo, Flyers.com This great goaltending thing is contagious. Steve Mason had been cruising along in his past five starts with lights out numbers as the Flyers won four-of five, including two shutouts. But, in this final game before the ...

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Mason Shakes Off Cramps, Flyers Top Avs

By Anthony SanFilippo, Flyers.com Steve Mason started feeling it in the second period. The sharp pain was in his leg. It was in his hip. It was in his gut – and it wouldn’t go away. But Mason was in the ...

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Flyers Use Fierce 3rd Period to Sink Sharks

By Anthony SanFilippo, Flyers.com When the NHL schedule came out this season, 20 teams were slated to have a road trip that would have to run the California gauntlet. Consecutive games in Anaheim, Los Angeles and San Jose, in any order, ...

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Flyers Top Kings on Mason’s Shutout

By Anthony SanFilippo, Flyers.com The questions have certainly swirled since Steve Mason signed his new contract. Like sharks circling a leaky barrel of chum at seas, the critics have been looking for any and every reason to decry the contract extension as a ...

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Flyers Start Road Swing With Loss to Ducks

Report from NHL.com The Anaheim Ducks’ depth is a big reason they’re on top of the NHL standings. They showed off that depth Thursday night in a 5-3 victory against the Philadelphia Flyers. The Ducks got goals from their stars, ...

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Flyers Blank Red Wings, Slide Into Playoff Seed

By Anthony SanFilippo, Flyers.com While the concern over Scott Hartnell’s left foot mounted Sunday when he was seen at the Flyers Wives Carnival wearing a walking boot – something he had been wearing for a couple weeks now – little was ...

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Where’s the Fight in the Flyers? On Injured Reserve

Where’s the Fight in the Flyers? On Injured Reserve

By Tim Rinehart The already struggling Flyers were dominated by the Boston Bruins on home ice Saturday, losing 6–1 in a game that saw Steve Mason pulled after giving up four goals in under two full periods and Philly’s lone goal ...

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Flyers Thumped by Bruins, 6-1

Report from NHL.com A four-day break seems to have suited the Boston Bruins. Jarome Iginla scored twice in his four-point afternoon, and Tuukka Rask stopped 25 shots when the Bruins assured they would remain in first place in the Atlantic ...

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Bobrovsky, Blue Jackets Turn Aside Flyers

By Craig Merz, Flyers.com  COLUMBUS — Five players scored and goalie Sergei Bobrovsky was sharp again as the Columbus Blue Jackets extended their franchise-best winning streak to eight games Thursday with a 5-2 win against the Philadelphia Flyers. The team effort was ...

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