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Grading Philadelphia Flyers' Deals at the 2015 Trade Deadline

The Philadelphia Flyers have played some decent hockey over the last few weeks, but they played the role of sellers at the 2015 NHL trade deadline. The Flyers were able to move some of their more valuable assets, and the return received...Show More Summary

The NHL on NBC performed very poorly in primetime

On Saturday night, NBC showcased a rare primetime game between the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers, two age-old rivals in large markets. The contest drew a paltry 1.0 overnight rating, according to Sports Media Watch. The game...Show More Summary

Philadelphia Flyers' Rebuild off to Great Start After Savvy Trade-Deadline Moves

For years, the Philadelphia Flyers have been ridiculed for managerial excess, with Paul Holmgren earning the nickname YOLO for his apparent you-only-live-once approach to handling the salary cap and Ron Hextall being criticized for deals...Show More Summary

Kimmo Timonen to Blackhawks: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction

The Chicago Blackhawks announced on Friday that they acquired veteran defenseman Kimmo Timonen from the Philadelphia Flyers for a second-round pick in the 2015 draft and a conditional fourth-rounder in 2016.'s Pierre LeBrunShow More Summary

NHL Friday: Blackhawks, Lightning do battle in Tampa

A light Friday schedule is highlighted by a big inter-conference game at Amalie Arena. After missing the entirety of this season thus far, Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen was set to make his return to action on Saturday....Show More Summary

Should the Philadelphia Flyers Be Buyers or Sellers at the Trade Deadline?

Just a few weeks ago, it seemed like a given that the Philadelphia Flyers were out of the playoff picture and would consequentially be sellers at the trade deadline on March 5. But things have turned around dramatically for the Flyers...Show More Summary

Philadelphia Flyers Biggest Needs and Best Trade Fits at the Deadline

The Philadelphia Flyers currently sit seven points out of the second wild card position in the Eastern Conference, and it is unlikely they will be able to make up enough ground. Despite this, there's still a good chance that generalShow More Summary

Will Steve Mason's Knee Injury Sink the Philadelphia Flyers in 2014-15?

The good news is that the Philadelphia Flyers seem to have solved their goaltending problems with Steve Mason. The bad news is that even as the team fights desperately for a chance at the final playoff berth in the East, Mason is sidelined with a knee injury. We might as well start with the injury. Show More Summary

Steve Mason Injury: Updates on Flyers Star's Knee and Return

The last two months have seen Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Steve Mason miss 10 games while hoping rest would help him avoid surgery on his ailing right knee. After yet another tweak in Sunday's 3-1 win over the Washington Capitals, Mason will reportedly be going under the knife. Show More Summary

Steve Mason leaves Flyers game with injury, doesn't return

Mason was playing a perfect game before the injury. The Philadelphia Flyers' season took another hit on Sunday when starting goalie Steve Mason left their game with an injury and didn't return. Just how exactly Mason got injured is up for debate. Show More Summary

Is Braydon Coburn Being Underappreciated by Philadelphia?

The Philadelphia Flyers have a terrible defense—that much is certain. But Braydon Coburn is surely not part of the reason for the blue line's ineptitude. Want the short answer to this headline's question? Yes, he is being (and has been)...Show More Summary

Matt Martin’s Nose Rearranged In Fight With Flyers’ Ryan White (Video)

According to the tale of the tape, the New York Islanders’ Matt Martin entered his fight with the Philadelphia Flyers’ Ryan White as a heavy favorite.  Martin, who is listed at 6’3? and 215 pounds, has about three inches and 15 pounds on the smaller White, and he also had seven NHL fights on the […]

Ryan White Absolutely Mauled Matt Martin's Face in Brutal Hockey Fight

Playing the part of exterior decorator, Ryan White dutifully went about the work of reorganizing and adding color to Matt Martin’s face during Thursday night’s game between the New York Islanders and Philadelphia Flyers. White and Martin dropped the gloves early in the first period. Show More Summary

5 Philadelphia Flyers' Storylines That Won't Go Away During 2014-15 Season

The Philadelphia Flyers have not had a good season. They have been mostly below.500 and are essentially eliminated from playoff contention. That has led to a lot of different stories and subplots that are not necessarily positive, but...Show More Summary

Ranking the Five Worst Contracts on Philadelphia Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers are settling in as a sub-.500 team, and their hopes of making the playoffs are all but destroyed. One big reason for that is their host of terrible contracts. The fact that there are enough possible candidates...Show More Summary

Jason Chimera’s Face Is a Bloody Mess (Pics + GIFs)

2 months agoSports : Total Pro Sports

Jason Chimera scored the lone goal of the game during the Washington Capitals’ 1-0 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday, but who cares about that?  We’re more interested in Jason Chimera’s face than his game-winning goal. That’s because Jason Chimera’s face was a bloody mess after being clipped on the cheek by the stick of […]

Dancing Flyers Usher Makes Being a Flyers Fan Slightly Less Depressing Right Now (Video)

2 months agoSports : Total Pro Sports

The Philadelphia Flyers are not very good this season. At time of writing, the team is 17-20-7, 11 points behind the eighth place Bruins. And while this is not a huge shock, given the Scott Hartnell-for-R.J. Umberger trade they pulled with Columbus last summer, it still sucks for Flyers fans. They’re a pretty hardcore bunch, […]

A stadium seater at a Philadelphia Flyers game shows off his incredible jiggy dance moves [Video]

This incredible footage was recorded by a fan at a Philadelphia Flyers game in the NHL this week. This stadium seater has some sick moves! Enjoy.

Philadelphia Flyers' Awards for the 1st Half of the 2014-15 Season

The Philadelphia Flyers have passed the halfway mark of the 2014-15 NHL season. With that in mind, here is a look at the Flyers' award winners for the first half of the current campaign. The names of these awards are original and reflect on the history of the Flyers franchise. Show More Summary

Your NHL Announcing Schedule for 1/13 – 1/18

2 months agoSports : Awful Announcing

Tuesday, January 13 Minnesota Wild at Pittsburgh Penguins (NBCSN 7 pm) Dave Strader, Brian Engblom Wednesday, January 14 Philadelphia Flyers at Washington Capitals (NBCSN 8 pm) Mike Emrick, Eddie Olczyk, Pierre McGuire Thursday, January...Show More Summary

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