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Flyers loan Oskar Lindblom and Travis Sanheim to the Phantoms

The Lehigh Valley Phantoms playoff run just got much more exciting. The Flyers have loaned blueliner Travis Sanheim and forward Oskar Lindblom to their AHL affiliate in Lehigh Valley. The Phantoms are currently tied with ... Continue reading →

Ivan Provorov: “As long as my arm was attached to me, I was playing”

If anything is clear from the Flyers’ 2017-18 season, it’s that blueliner Ivan Provorov is a warrior. Provorov had a monster outing in Game 5 against the Penguins, logging 30:07 of ice time and recording six ... Continue reading →

Penguins 8, Flyers 5: Eliminated

The Flyers faced elimination when they travelled to Pittsburgh for Game 5, and with a gutsy effort, they managed to secure a Game 6 in Philadelphia. It was a great team effort lead by the captain and ... Continue reading →

Sean Couturier played Games 5 and 6 with a torn MCL

Absolute warrior. Sean Couturier was forced to miss Game 4 against the Penguins after he was involved in an ugly collision with teammate Radko Gudas in practice Tuesday. #BREAKING Our @6abc video of @NHLFlyers star Sean ... Continue reading →

Preview: Flyers vs. Penguins (Game 6)

The Philadelphia Flyers are still alive! After an uncharacteristically hard-fought, down-to-the-wire contest Friday night, the orange and black will look to extend their Round One series against the Pittsburgh Penguins to seven games this afternoon ... Continue reading →

Flyers 4, Penguins 2: Staying Alive

Claude Giroux promised that the Philadelphia Flyers would be returning to Philly for Game 6 and that’s just what the team will be doing. The Flyers pulled out a heart and soul Game 5 win over ... Continue reading →

Preview: Flyers at Penguins (Game 5)

Well, the Penguins took a commanding 3-1 lead after yet another embarrassing 5-0 loss from the Flyers on Wednesday night. Now is the time for the Flyers to answer the bell and step up to ... Continue reading →

Flyers 0, Penguins 5: Complete and Utter Embarrassment

You think of the playoffs and you think about grittiness, fast-paced action, and in-your-face hockey. The Flyers had a chance to throw that at the Penguins tonight in front of a raucous Wells Fargo Center ... Continue reading →

Sean Couturier voted Selke Trophy finalist

Sean Couturier will miss Game 4 against the Penguins with a lower-body injury, but it isn’t all bad news for the two-way center. Couturier has been voted a finalist for the Selke Trophy for the ... Continue reading →

Preview: Flyers vs Penguins (Game 4)

After two full days off, the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins will return to the ice in South Philadelphia for Game 4 of their First Round series. Pittsburgh holds a 2-1 series lead after a 5-1 ... Continue reading →