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Ranking the 5 Greatest Olympians in Philadelphia Flyers History

The Philadelphia Flyers will send five representatives to the 2014 Winter Olympics, which commence in Sochi later this week. Forwards Jake Voracek and Michael Raffl will support the Czech Republic and Austria, respectively, while defensemen...Show More Summary

Kings' Robyn Regehr Plays in Game No. 1,000 Saturday

Los Angeles Kings defenseman Robyn Regehr played in his 1,000th career regular-season game Saturday as the fading Kings lost 2-0 to the Philadelphia Flyers. Regehr was honored for the accomplishment with a pregame ceremony, and he ended up skating for more than 20 minutes for the first time since Dec. Show More Summary

Philadelphia Flyers vs. Anaheim Ducks: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis

Anaheim Ducks 5, Philadelphia Flyers 3 FINAL The Anaheim Ducks got a Gordie Howe hat trick from Ryan Getzlaf and beat the Philadelphia Flyers 5-3 at the Honda Center in Anaheim. Saku Koivu also added a goal and an assist for Anaheim while Frederik Andersen made 27 saves to earn the win for the Ducks. Show More Summary

Philadelphia Flyers vs. Anaheim Ducks: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis

Philadelphia Flyers at Anaheim Ducks 10:00 PM ET The Anaheim Ducks look to regain their winning ways at home tonight when they host the Philadelphia Flyers. Anaheim started the season with an incredible 20-0-2 mark at home but have now...Show More Summary

Ranking the 5 Best Philadelphia Flyers Teams That Never Won a Stanley Cup

Fans of the Philadelphia Flyers are all aware of the team's two Stanley Cup wins in 1974 and 1975. Nearly 40 years later, they still stand as the ultimate highlights for a franchise that has been a consistent winner since it entered the NHL in 1967. But the Flyers have had plenty of other strong teams over the course of their history. Show More Summary

2014 NHL Draft: 5 Perfect Fits for Philadelphia Flyers

The 2013-14 campaign has been a season of ups and downs for the Philadelphia Flyers. Three straight losses out of the gate got Peter Laviolette fired and despite a win in Craig Berube's first game behind the bench, the Orange and Black...Show More Summary

Philadelphia Flyers vs. Detroit Red Wings: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis

The Detroit Red Wings visit the Philadelphia Flyers in a battle between Eastern Conference foes looking to better their playoff positioning. The Red Wings have been decimated by injuries all season, but somehow find themselves holding onto the eighth and final playoff spot in the East. Show More Summary

The 5 Biggest Reasons for Philadelphia Flyers' Losing Streak

The Philadelphia Flyers are struggling lately. The Orange and Black are 0-3-1 in their last four games and have gone just 2-5-2 in their last nine contests. The team is approaching a key part of the schedule when they play six gamesShow More Summary

Ranking the 5 Best Scoring Defensemen in Philadelphia Flyers History

The 46-year history of the Philadelphia Flyers is laden with prolific scorers. Names like Bobby Clarke, Bill Barber, Eric Lindros, John LeClair and Simon Gagne will forever be counted among the truly great to wear the orange and black. But the franchise's great scorers haven't just been forwards. Here's a look at the top five scoring defensemen in Flyers history. Begin Slideshow

Why Defense Is at the Heart of Philadelphia Flyers' Issues in 2013-14

The Philadelphia Flyers have lost five of their last six games and fallen back from the playoff race after doing some major catching up during the past month or so. It's quite obvious that the Flyers' problems begin and end with their defense. The Flyers' blue line is simply not talented enough to hang in today's NHL. Show More Summary

Examining Greatness of Steve Mason's Zombie Mask

Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Steve Mason has become known for his interesting and unique helmet designs, but his latest mask featuring teammates portrayed as zombies could be the best to date. The Flyers officially revealed the mask...Show More Summary

Columbus Blue Jackets Set Team Record with Eighth Consecutive Win

The Columbus Blue Jackets set a franchise record Thursday, winning eight consecutive games for the first time in team history. The record-setting win was a 5-2 triumph over the Philadelphia Flyers in which the Blue Jackets scored the...Show More Summary

Ranking the 5 Most Clutch Players in Philadelphia Flyers History

Every great NHL team needs players who come through in the clutch, and the Philadelphia Flyers are no exception. Throughout the team's history, there have been players who come through in the biggest games when their team needs them the most. Here are the top five clutch players in Flyers history. Show More Summary

Ranking the 5 Best European Players in Philadelphia Flyers History

Through much of the team's 46-year history, the Philadelphia Flyers have largely garnered their talent from North America. Faces of the franchise like Bobby Clarke, Bernie Parent and Eric Lindros all hailed from the hockey hotbed of Canada. Show More Summary

Carolina's Nathan Gerbe Scores Between-the-Legs Goal vs. Philadelphia

Carolina Hurricanes forward Nathan Gerbe may have scored the goal of the year against the Philadelphia Flyers when he went between his legs on a breakaway. The goal ended up being important, as the Hurricanes won by a score of 3-2. Hat tip to Brian Stubits of CBS Sports. Read more NHL news on

Why the Blue Line Is Still the Philadelphia Flyers' Biggest Concern in 2013-14

As the Philadelphia Flyers head into late January, their biggest concern remains their defense. Entering the season, goaltending was the biggest question mark according to most experts. Early in the new campaign, the Flyers struggled to put pucks in the net. Show More Summary

Richard Sherman has nothing on Claude Giroux in postgame interviews

While the sports world was buzzing about Richard Sherman's postgame interview, Philadelphia Flyers forward Claude Giroux delivered a pretty incredible one himself that very few may have noticed. Though it may not rank quite as high as...Show More Summary

Hurricanes vs. Flyers Game Postponed Due to Inclement Weather

The Philadelphia Flyers were all set to host the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday night, Jan. 21, but after a snow storm hit the city the game has been postponed. The Hurricanes official Twitter account reported the news shortly afterShow More Summary

What Steve Mason Must Do to Live Up to His New Contract with Philadelphia Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers recently signed starting goalie Steve Mason to a contract extension. The terms of the deal were three years and $12.3 million. The deal appears to make sense for both sides. The Flyers get a goalie who—at 25—should just be entering his prime. Show More Summary

The Hottest and Coldest Philadelphia Flyers Right Now

The 2013-14 season has been a campaign of ups and downs for the Philadelphia Flyers. The year started with a thud with losses in the team's first three games leading to the firing of Peter Laviolette. Even after Laviolette's dismissal,...Show More Summary

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