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After Beatdown by Blackhawks, Flyers Keep Montreal at Bay in 2-1 Victory

The night after a brutal 7-2 beatdown by the Chicago Blackhawks, the Flyers bounced back with a 2-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens. Michael Raffl and Claude Giroux lit the lamp for Philadelphia, while Alex Galchenyuk scored the lone goal for Montreal. Steve Mason made a total of twenty saves on twenty-one shots. Carey Price staved off 25 of 27 attempts from the Flyers. Raffl’s second goal of the season opened up the scoring with just over six minutes to go in the first period, with assists coming from Jakub Voracek and Claude Giroux. Both teams went on the power …

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Game 32 Preview: Montréal Canadiens @ Philadelphia Flyers

After a grueling six-game road-trip, the Philadelphia Flyers return home to the Wells Fargo Center to face the Montreal Canadiens in the second night of a back-to-back.  *gulp*  Oh, and Danny Briere’s back..   Montreal Canadiens (19-10-3) @ Philadelphia Flyers (13-15-3), 7:00 PM EST TV: RDS, CSN-PH, TSN-HABS RECORDS: Montreal Canadiens: 19-10-3 Away: 8-4-1 vs. Eastern Conference: 13-3-2 vs. Metropolitan Division: 9-1-1 Philadelphia Flyers: 13-15-3 Home: 7-7-0 vs. Eastern Conference: 10-9-2 vs. Atlantic Division: 5-5-1 GAME 32 PREVIEW, QUICK NOTES: The Philadelphia Flyers (13-15-3) return home for the first time in nearly two weeks to face-off against the Montreal Canadiens …

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Game 31 Preview: Philadelphia Flyers @ Chicago Blackhawks

Philadelphia Flyers (13-14-3) @ Chicago Blackhawks (22-6-5), 8:00pm, NBCSN/TSN2 The Philadelphia Flyers will look to end their two-game losing streak tonight, but it’s not going to be an easy task, as they conclude their road trip against the Chicago Blackhawks. With a record of 2-2-1 so far on their road trip, a win tonight would not only put the Orange and Black over .500 for the stretch away from the Wells Fargo Center, but two points would put Philly at .500 overall. However, is it likely a road win against the defending Stanley Cup champions happens tonight in Chicago? The …

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Flyers fall short in Ottawa, grab point in 5-4 shootout

The Philadelphia Flyers failed to hold on to a lead in the third period, as they fell to the Ottawa Senators in a shootout by the count of 5-4 tonight. Jason Spezza was the lone skater to convert in the shootout, while he and Bobby Ryan both had two-assist games in the win. Clarke MacArthur had a two-goal game for Ottawa, as Craig Anderson stopped 25 of 29 for the decision. For the Flyers, the trio of Michael Raffl, Kimmo Timonen, and Luke Schenn each had a goal and an assist, while Wayne Simmonds recorded a pair of helpers in …

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Around the Net December 6 2013: Off a rare win in Detroit, Flyers look towards the Stars

Welcome to Around the Net, a bi-weekly look through linkage at the Philadelphia Flyers and other news from around the NHL. Motor City comeback The Flyers rallied from down two goals to win 6-3 in Detroit:[The Checking Line] [Philly.com-Sam Carchidi] [Hockeybuzz-Bill Meltzer] Coots loves Downie Well, at least he is very fond of him…[Philly.com-Sam Carchidi] [Philly.com-Frank Seravalli] [Puck Daddy] It’s the holiday season and tickets to a game is a great gift for the hockey fan in your life. Get your Philadelphia Flyers tickets here. That’s all for this week, join us next week for more Around the Net.