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The Gagarin Cup Playoffs: KHL Postseason Starts Today

The KHL playoffs start today, as 16 of the league’s 26 clubs compete for the Gagarin Cup. Since the NHL and KHL are huge competitors, it’s interesting to look at the players on the current KHL playoff teams to see just how many are former Philadelphia Flyers or NHLers. On top of that, some clubs’ prospects are in the 16-team field. It’s also worth noting some of the teams that received help from current NHL players who played a good chunk of the season with a certain KHL season before the lockout concluded. With that being said, here are the previews …


Breaking Down the Bullies: Poor Coverage on the Point

This past week brought about more of the same for the Flyers: mind-numbing inconsistency. After providing some hope with a little streak of 4-1-1, the team proceeded to drop two crucial contests against currently superior Eastern Conference foes New Jersey and Montreal before flipping the script and dominating the New York Islanders. Now, the Flyers sit on the cusp of the playoffs, looking ahead at yet another opportunity to make up some ground after a tough task in Pittsburgh. Since a seven-goal margin of victory is unsustainable, how can the Flyers continue to stay in the win column with less …

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Win Free Tickets By Just Telling Us the Next Game You’re Going to….or even Watching

Share your plans on attending or watching any of the next 20 games and you’ll be eligible to win $200 in tickets from our ticket partner, TiqIQ. One winner will be chosen each month! TiqIQ’s new RSVP product allows fans to tell other fans (via Facebook) that they are going, might be going, or even watching a game. RSVP and see who else is going.

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Atlantic Watch: Flyers Respond to Giroux, Penguins’ Three-Game Winning Streak, Rangers and Islanders Deal With Injuries

Although the Philadelphia Flyers lost two of their three games this week, the Orange and Black finished the week with a resounding 7-0 victory over a divisional opponent. Philly will look to gain ground in the Eastern Conference this week with four games over the next seven days, one of which is against the Pittsburgh Penguins and another two against a pair of the teams at the bottom of the standings. The Flyers started the week with a 5-3 defeat on Friday to the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center. Travis Zajac opened the scoring with his third of …

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College Hockey Roundup: Hockey City Classic Captivates Chicago; Quinnipiac’s 21-game Unbeaten Streak is Snapped

This past weekend was not kind to the nation’s best. The top four teams in the D-1 men’s poll all suffered losses, and among those a 21-game unbeaten streak was snapped. Quinnipiac, Minnesota, Miami, and Boston College are the hunted at the top of the NCAA’s food chain, but sometimes the hunters catch up to them. The No. 2 and No. 3 teams in the NCAA fell on the same ice this Sunday as a part of the four-team Hockey City Classic at Soldier Field in Chicago, Ill. No. 3 Miami took on CCHA rival No. 11 Notre Dame …