The Engine That Could: Claude Giroux is chasing Flyers history as playoffs draw near

The Philadelphia Flyers needed a win. They needed a win against the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday night to stay in the thick of the playoff hunt. With their backs against the wall, they wanted to outlast a young talented Avalanche club. The orange and black wanted to leave “Mile High,” on a high. This young […]

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Five Flyers Observations: A crushing final 22 seconds deprives orange and black of a point

In a game plagued by bad calls and lucky bounces, the Flyers suffered another crushing loss to the Bruins in Boston. After scoring first, the Flyers were on the wrong end of two poor penalty calls and two Bruins goals late in the 1st period. The second goal coming off a sure Bruins penalty. Simmonds […]

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Five Flyers Observations: Nolan Patrick starting to show his #1 overall potential

Two minutes into the 2nd period, Nolan Patrick picked the pocket of Derrick Brassard at the point. He proceeded to pass the puck to Voracek in the corner who put it on net and went in. Nolan Patrick ties the game at one 😊😊 pic.twitter.com/SFYrO7bCD2 — Broad Street Hockey (@BroadStHockey) March 8, 2018 The goal […]

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Flyers vs Penguins Preview: Stakes are at an all-time high as Snowmageddon beckons

Philadelphia enters tonights matchup losing to the Panthers on Sunday 4-1. The Flyers look to end a 3-game skid against the team they are competing against for 2nd place in the division. Pittsburgh enters tonights matchup beating the Flames on Monday 4-3 in OT. The Penguins look to make in 3-in-a-row against a struggling Flyers […]

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