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Why the Philadelphia Flyers' 2014 Preseason Performance is Cause for Concern

The Philadelphia Flyers have struggled at times during this NHL preseason. With Monday's loss against the New York Rangers, the Flyers have fallen to a 2-3-2 record. The record is hardly cause for panic, but the way the team has performed...Show More Summary

Philadelphia Flyers Players with the Most to Prove During the 2014-15 Preseason

The Philadelphia Flyers' preseason is in full swing, and camp seems to have brought out a lot of competition, particularly among younger players and forwards. There are a few spots open for the taking on the final roster, while others...Show More Summary

Philadelphia Flyers Players Got Into Seven Different Fights Last Night (Videos)

Last season the Philadelphia Flyers were first in the NHL in total penalty minutes (1,180) and second in major penalties (46), so this is a team that likes to drop the gloves. However, last night’s stats were a little ridiculous even for them. The Flyers played two split squad games against the Capitals and Maple […]

VIDEO: Philadelphia Flyers fans boo Ice Girls' male replacements

You don't just take away the Flyers Ice Girls and expect fans to accept it. Philadelphia's new, all-male ice crew debuted during Monday night's preseason opener to deafening boos from the Wells Fargo Center crowd.

Chances for Which Philadelphia Flyers Forwards Will Make Final 2014-15 Roster

The Philadelphia Flyers have a lot of talent on offense heading into 2014-15, with a solid group of forwards leading the charge. All in all, there are eight forwards (Sean Couturier, Claude Giroux, Vincent Lecavalier, Matt Read, Brayden Schenn, Wayne Simmonds, R.J. Show More Summary

Analyzing How Claude Giroux's Injury Is Affecting Flyers Training Camp

The Philadelphia Flyers lost their captain on the first day of training camp last week. Claude Giroux suffered a "lower-body injury" which would keep him on the shelf for at least two weeks. While that would get Giroux back in the lineup...Show More Summary

Why the Philadelphia Flyers Are in Danger of Having a Disastrous 2014-15 Season

The Philadelphia Flyers could be a bottom-five NHL club in 2014-15. It’s difficult to identify a collapsing team before the collapse actually happens, because typically such a team needs not only to have some obvious weak spots, butShow More Summary

Claude Giroux Injury: Updates on Flyers Star's Status and Return

Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux is expected to miss around two weeks of action after suffering a lower-body injury on the first day of on-ice work at training camp. The team announced his status on its official site. The report notes that he was forced to leave the ice after only about 15 minutes of work due to the injury. Show More Summary

Is Brayden Schenn Going to Break Out for Philadelphia Flyers in 2014-15?

The Philadelphia Flyers have a number of burning questions heading into training camp which will greatly impact their 2014-15 season, and Brayden Schenn undeniably poses one of the biggest. He is, at the present time, a very average second-line center. Show More Summary

New Philosophy Is Not the Cause of Philadelphia Flyers' Slow 2014 Offseason

Philadelphia Flyers chairman Ed Snider used "the P word" in a recent interview, which had to shock a lot of the team's longtime fans. Snider said that management would be more patient in the future. But based on the organization's history...Show More Summary

Ranking the 5 Greatest Captains in Philadelphia Flyers History

Captains play a bigger role in hockey than they do in other team sports. The Philadelphia Flyers have had some great captains since they entered the league in 1967. This article will examine the five best captains in the franchise'sShow More Summary

5 Philadelphia Flyers Poised for a Breakout 2014-15 Season

The Philadelphia Flyers have a lot of talent up front heading into the 2014-15 season, although their defense is a bit more suspect. It's not a surprise, then, that every player on this list is a forward. Overall, there's a lot to be hopeful for in Philadelphia's future. Show More Summary

Ranking the NHL Teams with Salary Cap Issues Beyond 2014-15

With the start of a new NHL season only a month away, all but four teams have payrolls under the $69 million salary cap. Those four (Boston Bruins, Chicago Blackhawks, Philadelphia Flyers and Tampa Bay Lightning) will either shed salary...Show More Summary

Top 5 Must-See Games on the Philadelphia Flyers' 2014-15 Schedule

Preseason action for the Philadelphia Flyers begins in less than three weeks, with the regular season set to commence a mere two weeks after that. Hopes are high for a Flyers squad that finished third in the tightly contested Metropolitan...Show More Summary

Ranking the Candidates for the Philadelphia Flyers' Top Line in 2014-15

During the offseason, the Philadelphia Flyers traded winger Scott Hartnell to the Columbus Blue Jackets for R.J. Umberger. Hartnell spent most of last season on coach Craig Berube's top line alongside captain Claude Giroux and winger Jakub Voracek. Show More Summary

Can Braydon Coburn Carry the Philadelphia Flyers' Defense in 2014-15?

Braydon Coburn has been very underappreciated during his tenure as a Philadelphia Flyer, and my hope is that will change during the 2014-15 season. The Flyers have had some really talented defensemen around during Coburn 's eight seasons...Show More Summary

Will Jakub Voracek Ascend to Stardom with Philadelphia Flyers in 2014-15?

Jakub Voracek is a supremely talented winger and legitimate first-line player who has put up solid numbers in the past while showing good chemistry with center Claude Giroux. But those things, independent of each other, are not quite enough. Show More Summary

Ranking the 5 Most Important Players on the Philadelphia Flyers Roster

Every player on an NHL roster is important. And yet, the fact remains some are just truthfully more important than others. Craig Adams is an important piece of the Pittsburgh Penguins, but would anyone argue he's more important thanShow More Summary

Why the 2014-15 Philadelphia Flyers' Success Hinges on Steve Mason's Play

Few hockey teams win championships without getting good goaltending, but that will be particularly true for the 2014-15 Philadelphia Flyers. The Flyers’ success this season will be very dependent on the performance of goalie Steve Mason,...Show More Summary

Ranking the Top 5 Under-the-Radar Prospects for the Philadelphia Flyers

It's taken a few years, but the Philadelphia Flyers have slowly stockpiled one of the more encouraging prospect pools in the Eastern Conference. The Flyers aren't overloaded with high-end prospect talent but instead, feature a deep core...Show More Summary

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