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Flyers 2, Capitals 1 (OT): TK the Hero

The Philadelphia Flyers are in a playoff position. Travis Konecny was the hero in an afternoon matchup with the Washington Capitals on Sunday, scoring 27 seconds into overtime to help the Flyers to a 2-1 win ... Continue reading →

Preview: Flyers @ Capitals (Game 47)

Have yourself a day, Philly sports. Before the Eagles take on the Vikings, the Flyers head to the nation’s capital to take on the division-leading Capitals. Washington is 6-2-2 in their last 10 games ... Continue reading →

Flyers 3, Devils 1: First period all it takes

The first period was all the Philadelphia Flyers needed to put away the New Jersey Devils Saturday afternoon. Travis Konecny, Valtteri Filppula and Ivan Provorov all scored within the first 14 minutes as the team won 3... Continue reading →

Watch the full Eric Lindros Retirement Ceremony

No.88 is in the rafters. On Thursday evening before the game against the Toronto Maple Leafs, Eric Lindros became just the sixth player in Philadelphia Flyers’ history to have his jersey number retired. Lindros averaged ... Continue reading →

Flyers: 3, Leafs: 2 (OT): Future Selke winner, Sean Couturier, seals the win

Here we go again. The Flyers played exactly 22 minutes and 18 seconds of hockey tonight while Michal Neuvirth stood on his head for 60 minutes and 18 seconds, but it all worked out in the end. Before we ... Continue reading →

Preview: Leafs @ Flyers (Game 45)

Leafs (25-17-4, 54pts) @ Flyers (20-16-8, 48pts) 25 years ago the Flyers acquired Eric Lindros from the Quebec Nordiques in a huge blockbuster deal at the 1992 NHL Entry Draft. Eric Lindros was one of the ... Continue reading →

Rangers 5, Flyers 1 post-game: Flyers fall flat at The Garden

Rangers 5 (23-17-5, 51 PTS) vs Flyers 1 (20-16-8, 48 PTS) With Shayne Gostisbehere and Taylor Leier being reinserted to the lineup, Philadelphia traveled up I-95 looking for their fifth straight victory. Despite taking an early lead, ... Continue reading →

Grading Hak & Hex: Goulbourne Recalled, Sanheim Sits

The Philadelphia Flyers played just one game in the past week as the team relaxed during his bye week. Coach Dave Haktol and general manager Ron Hextall stayed quiet too, but the latter did recall ... Continue reading →

Flyers 5, Devils 3 post-game: Flyers are streaking!

The Flyers won three straight games before heading into their bye week and tonight they were looking to continue their winning streak in Newark against the Devils. Tonight was the first matchup between Nico Hischier ... Continue reading →

Preview: Flyers at Devils (Game 43)

The Philadelphia Flyers’ bye week ends and one of their most important stretches begins tonight at 7 when they take on the New Jersey Devils on the road. The contest is the first of four against ... Continue reading →