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Philadelphia Flyers vs. New York Islanders Live Blog: Live Updates and Reactions

The Philadelphia Flyers (7-9-3) and the New York Islanders (10-8-3) are facing off against each other on Wednesday evening. The Flyers and the Islanders both have been inconsistent so far this season, although the Flyers are coming off...Show More Summary

Rod Brind'Amour enters the Philadelphia Flyers HOF

Our long and arduous work in progress of ranking the top fifty players for every North American sports team is underway, but after that is completed we will then take a look how each franchise honors their own in terms of respective franchise halls of fame, ring of honors, retired numbers and statues. Show More Summary

What we learned from the Kings' 3-2 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers

There was respect (a pregame ceremony for the now-retired Simon Gagne, who spent most of his NHL career with the Flyers and part of it with the Kings) and a thrill-a-second overtime, plus a shootout. A few more takeaways from another eventful trip to Philadelphia: Backchecking becomes a highlight...

Shayne Gostisbehere's power play rocket marks his first as a Flyer

The Ghost Bear rides for Philadelphia. One of the most creative nicknames for an NHL player has to come from Philadelphia. Shayne Gostisbehere, a hard name in and of itself, is also known affectionately as Ghost Bear, a great nickname that can be summed up by just two emojis. Show More Summary

Daily Fantasy Hockey 2015: DraftKings NHL Optimal Lineup for November 12

It's not always a great idea to take the highest-priced player on the board, but we can't resist Thursday night when the Washington Capitals travel to Philadelphia to take on the Flyers. Alex Ovechkin is almost always a top-level play in DraftKings fantasy hockey, but he should be even better than usual in your lineup in this game. Show More Summary

Don't make Claude Giroux angry or he'll snap his stick in half

So much rage contained behind that ginger facade. To say things are going bad for the Philadelphia Flyers right now is probably an understatement. The Flyers have lost six of their last seven, and as of the third period, are down 4-0 to the lowly Colorado Avalanche. Show More Summary

Read An Essay By Animal Collective’s Geologist On The Legacy Of Philadelphia Flyers Goalie Pelle Lindbergh

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Brian Weitz, better known as Geologist of Animal Collective, is a huge NHL fan. Although he moved to Baltimore as a teen, he grew up in Philadelphia, and he’s a die-hard Flyers supporter. Now, he’s written an essay for Sports Illustrated remembering former Flyers goalie Pelle Lindbergh, who was killed in a drunk driving accident […]

Flyers player nearly decapitates teammate with his stick

OOF. At Thursday night's game between the Philadelphia Flyers and Calgary Flames, this terrible moment happened: Lecavalier high sticks his own teammate in spectacular fashion — Stephanie (@myregularface) November...Show More Summary

Connor McDavid Injury Update: Oilers Star Undergoes Surgery on Broken Clavicle

The Edmonton Oilers announced Wednesday that center Connor McDavid underwent successful surgery to repair a broken left clavicle suffered Tuesday in a game against the Philadelphia Flyers. McDavid crashed into the boards after he appeared...Show More Summary

Connor McDavid Out ‘Long Term’

The Edmonton Oilers worst fear have come true. Connor McDavid, rookie phenom and the 2015 NHL draft No. 1 pick has suffered an upper body injury during the Oilers home win against the Philadelphia Flyers. Connor McDavid, the leaguesShow More Summary

Connor McDavid Injury: Updates on Oilers Star's Shoulder and Return

Edmonton Oilers center Connor McDavid suffered an apparent left shoulder injury during Tuesday night's game against the Philadelphia Flyers after crashing into the boards. Continue for updates. McDavid's Shoulder in Sling Tuesday, Nov. Show More Summary

Claude Giroux carries a man on his back, scores anyway

Is there nothing Captain Claude can't do? When the going gets tough for the Philadelphia Flyers, their captain Claude Giroux normally shows up to save the day. Monday night was no exception. After a poor start against the Vancouver Canucks...Show More Summary

Jannik Hansen makes Philadelphia pay for leaving him unguarded in the offensive zone

The Flyers left their defense in Philadelphia. It did not take long for the Vancouver Canucks to take advantage of a subpar Philadelphia Flyers defense. Just one minute into the first period of their late Monday evening match, Jannik...Show More Summary

Flyers coach mutters obscenities to himself after team takes penalty

"...the f?" Philadelphia Flyers head coach Dave Hakstol managed to create a whole new texting abbreviation on Friday just by muttering to himself on his team's bench. The Flyers quickly found themselves pinned in their own zone in the first period against the Buffalo Sabres, and defenseman Radko Gudas was called for a penalty. Show More Summary

New Jersey Devils vs. Philadelphia Flyers Live Blog: Analysis and Conversation

Growing up as a Philadelphia Flyers fan, there was no team I hated more than the New Jersey Devils. From the jerseys—that deep, dark and ugly red—to Scott Stevens, I loathed that franchise. (And the worst part is, I had to watch them...Show More Summary

Chad Johnson swipes away winning overtime goal with his glove

Three-on-three overtime is bonkers. Sam Gagner had the game on his stick for the Philadelphia Flyers, but Chad Johnson's glove had other plans. After forcing a goal late in a 3-3 match against the Buffalo Sabres to take the game to overtime,...Show More Summary

Tyler Ennis falls, still manages to put tricky shot past Steve Mason

The Sabre goes solo for the score. Most of the time when goaltenders seal up the post on a wrap around, the puck stays out of the net. Philadelphia Flyers netminder Steve Mason seemed to have the inside post sealed up, but Tyler Ennis...Show More Summary

Michael Raffl Injury: Updates on Flyers Winger's Upper Body and Return

Philadelphia Flyers left winger Michael Raffl left Saturday night's game against the New York Rangers with an upper-body injury. Continue for updates. Raffl Collapses on Bench Saturday, Oct. 24 It was a scary moment Saturday night at...Show More Summary

Flyers player collapses on bench after taking elbow to the head

Both teams lost players to high hits on Saturday. Two scary moments highlighted a physical bout between the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday, with one player collapsing on the Flyers bench early in the second period. The...Show More Summary

New York Rangers vs. Philadelphia Flyers: In-Game Analysis and Reactions

Follow along live as the New York Rangers face off against the Philadelphia Flyers in Philadelphia Saturday at 7 p.m. ET. The updates will start at 6:45 p.m. ET, as the Flyers look to play better against a Rangers team that has owned...Show More Summary

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