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Flyers Fall to Hurricanes in Makeup Game

Report from It took an extra 24 hours, but the Carolina Hurricanes got the two points they came to Philadelphia for. Jiri Tlusty’s goal with 6:10 remaining in regulation broke a tie and the Hurricanes beat the Philadelphia Flyers ...

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Flyers Drop Second Leg of Home-and-Home to Isles

By Anthony SanFilippo, UNIONDALE, N.Y. – Nine penalties. Six shorthanded situations. Lots of tired legs. Another lost point in a shootout loss. The Flyers played well in the first, built a two-goal lead in the second, but lost it ...

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Flyers Sign Mason to New Contract

Report from The Philadelphia Flyers have signed 6-4, 217-lb goaltender Steve Mason to a multi-year contract extension, according to general manager Paul Holmgren. Mason, 25 (5/29/88), was acquired by the Flyers from the Columbus Blue Jackets on April 3, 2013 in ...

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Flyers Top Sabers on Late Lecavalier Goal

By Anthony SanFilippo, BUFFALO – Vinny Lecavalier hasn’t gone through this long of a drought without finding the back of the net since he was a 19-year old rookie – back when it was still the 20th Century. So ...

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Tampa Ends Flyers’ Home Streak With 6-3 Win

Sometimes it’s called pond hockey. Other times, you might hear it referred to as a track meet. Back and forth. Up and Down. Run and Gun. Whatever moniker you want to put on it, it’s a style of play that ...

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Rinaldo Lands on IR, Flyers Promote McGinn

The Philadelphia Flyers announced that they have placed forward Zac Rinaldo on Injured Reserve and recalled forward Tye McGinn from their AHL affiliate, the Adirondack Phantoms, this morning, according to general manager Paul Holmgren. McGinn, 23, has six goals and 12 points in 28 games ...

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Flyers Continue Home Win Streak by Defeating Habs 3-1

By Anthony SanFilippo,  There were a lot of streaks that continued Wednesday as the Flyers defeated the Montreal Canadiens 3-1 in their first game at the Wells Fargo Center in 2014. There was the winning streak on home ice, ...

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Flyers Rally to Beat Brodeur, Devils in OT

By Jay Greenberg, NEWARK – No question, Claude Giroux saw more of the net than Marty Brodeur saw of Claude Giroux. Did it look as wide open as Steve Yzerman’s throat? Probably not, but whatever the Flyers captain envisioned himself shooting at, he ...

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