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Ranking the 5 Most Colorful Players in Philadelphia Flyers History

The Philadelphia Flyers have had many colorful characters wear the Orange and Black since they entered the NHL in 1967. These are players who left their mark either on or off the ice for being a little different or having a big and unique...Show More Summary

Predicting Philadelphia Flyers' Most Improved Players for 2014-15 Season

After a 10th-place finish in the Eastern Conference following the lockout-shortened 2012-13 season, the Philadelphia Flyers rebounded last year with 42 victories en route to a sixth-place finish in the East and the team's 17th postseason...Show More Summary

Predicting Philadelphia Flyers' Best Player at Each Position in 5 Years

The Philadelphia Flyers have really done a good job building up their farm system in the last two years, and they already had a lot of good, young talent in the NHL already. That makes predicting the Flyers' best player at each position...Show More Summary

Ranking the 5 Greatest Sharpshooters in Philadelphia Flyers History

The Philadelphia Flyers have had some incredible goal scorers in their 47-year history. Snipers who could bury pucks from just about anywhere. Playmakers who could turn nothing into something. And power forwards who could routinely finish...Show More Summary

Ranking the 5 Most Important Overtime Goals in Philadelphia Flyers History

There is nothing more exciting in the game of hockey than scoring a big goal in overtime to win a playoff game. The Philadelphia Flyers has scored many big overtime goals since entering the NHL in 1967, but now we are going to look back...Show More Summary

The Biggest Missed Opportunities in Philadelphia Flyers' 2014 Offseason

Overall, it's been a relatively uneventful offseason so far for the Philadelphia Flyers. Scott Hartnell was shipped to the Columbus Blue Jackets in exchange for former Flyer R.J. Umberger, while backup goaltender Ray Emery and depthShow More Summary

Analyzing Scott Laughton's Chances to Make Philadelphia Flyers' 2014-15 Roster

Center Scott Laughton is the highest-ranking prospect in the Philadelphia Flyers organization. But will Laughton be in Philadelphia when the Flyers start the 2014-15 season, or will general manager Ron Hextall send his top prospect to the AHL for more seasoning? There is little doubt about Laughton's offensive skills. Show More Summary

The Flyers Almost Had Teal Jerseys

2 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

Here is an excellent read for anyone interested in uniform marginalia, design trivia, or just the fashion horror show that was the 1990s. It's the previously untold story of the time the Philadelphia Flyers nearly went teal. Read more...

The Weakest Link at Every Position on Philadelphia Flyers' Current Roster

As presently constituted, the Philadelphia Flyers roster for the 2014-15 season looks awfully similar to last year's squad. Salary-cap constraints and a batch of seemingly unmovable contracts have tied general manager Ron Hextall's hands to a certain extent. Show More Summary

Philadelphia Flyers' Biggest Mistake in Each of the Last 5 Offseasons

The 2014 NHL offseason is officially underway. More than $500 million was committed by NHL squads on the first day of free agency alone, while household names like Ryan Kelser and Jason Spezza have relocated via trades. But for a team...Show More Summary

Why Trading Vincent Lecavalier Is the Key to the Flyers' Offseason

NHL free agency started last week, and the Philadelphia Flyers were mostly spectators. The reason: According to, the Flyers are more than $3 million over the league's $69 million cap limit right now. Therefore, the Flyers...Show More Summary

Philadelphia Flyers' Biggest Takeaways from the Start of 2014 Free Agency

The Philadelphia Flyers opened up the 2014 free-agency season with whatever the opposite of a bang is, and fans should be happy about that. Former general manager Paul Holmgren left the Flyers without much space to work with in regards to the salary cap. Show More Summary

Flyers Captain Claude Giroux Celebrates Canada Day by Getting Drunk, Grabbing Cop’s Butt, and Getting Arrested

Yesterday was Canada Day, and Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux apparently decided to spend the day and/or evening living it up in Ottawa, which is totally understandable. Of course, Claude’s idea of “living it up” entailed getting drunk at an Ottawa bar called (I kid you not) The Great Canadian Cabin and, for some reason, […]

Flyers' Giroux grabs cop's butt, spends night in jail

Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux reportedly was arrested Tuesday in Ottawa and spent the overnight in an Ottawa Police cell for repeatedly grabbing the buttocks of a male police officer, according to a source that spoke anonymously to the Ottawa Sun.

Head-scratchers on Day 1 of NHL free agency

4 weeks agoSports : The Early Lead

After the opening salvo of free agent signings on Tuesday, rookie Flyers GM Ron Hextall stood before the Philadelphia media and explained why his team sat idle, aside from re-signing backup goaltender Ray Emery. “To be honest with you, July 1 is one of those days where we all can get carried away,” Hextall told the assembled press. “Sometimes this day, […]

Claude Giroux Arrested: Latest Details and Updates

Philadelphia Flyers star Claude Giroux is used to making headlines on the ice for his spectacular play, but the veteran forward made waves off the ice for all the wrong reasons Tuesday night. According to the Ottawa Sun, Giroux was reportedly arrested outside The Great Canadian Cabin in Ottawa due to an incident involving a police officer. Show More Summary

Claude Giroux arrested for grabbing a cop's butt

Happy Canada Day to Claude Giroux. Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux was arrested in Ottawa on Tuesday night for getting drunk and grabbing the ass of a police officer, according to the Ottawa Sun. Ottawa Police could not confirm...Show More Summary

5 Perfect Fits for Philadelphia Flyers in 2014 Free Agency

Free agency began with a frenzy Tuesday. More than $450 million was committed to NHL players between lunch and dinner on the East Coast. But for the cap-strapped Philadelphia Flyers, it was a relatively uneventful day. GM Ron Hextall...Show More Summary

Philadelphia Flyers Rumors: Latest Free-Agent Updates and Trade Chatter

The Philadelphia Flyers hope to add some talent in free agency this summer, but they first have to get under the salary cap. According to CapGeek, the Flyers are presently a bit more than $236,000 over the league's $69 million salary...Show More Summary

Flyers Rumors: Latest Buzz on Eve of Free Agency

As the free-agency period in the NHL gets ready to begin, there have already been a handful or rumors surrounding the Philadelphia Flyers. Teams can begin signing free agents on Tuesday, but the Flyers currently aren't going to be able to do much. Show More Summary

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