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What cut? Schenn scores in overtime for Flyers’ 3-2 victory in New Jersey

Despite allowing a goal in the final minute of regulation, the Philadelphia Flyers managed to leave the Prudential Center with the win, as Brayden Schenn potted the game-winner in overtime for the 3-2 decision over the New Jersey Devils. The tally gave the younger Schenn, who suffered a noticeable cut from a skate in the mid section, a two-point affair, while both Claude Giroux and Scott Hartnell scored for Philly in the win. Ray Emery made 31 saves in the victory and played much better than anticipated, as only Adam Henrique and Michael Ryder were able to beat him tonight. Martin Brodeur suffered the …

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Game 43 Preview: Philadelphia Flyers @ New Jersey Devils

Philadelphia Flyers (21-17-4) @ New Jersey Devils (17-18-8), 7:30pm, NBCSN/TCN-PH, TSN2, RDS2 The story of tonight’s game was going to be about Ray Emery in net to close out the Philadelphia Flyers’ road trip with the return of Michael Raffl to the lineup. Now, the focus has shifted to Claude Giroux being snubbed by Team Canada for the 2014 Olympics. With a few questionable names on the Canadian roster, including former Flyer Jeff Carter, one has to think Giroux isn’t too happy about Steve Yzerman’s decision. In terms of how the decision impacts the Flyers, it should be all positive. …

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Flyers shut out for second straight home game, lose 3-0 to Devils

If you saw Saturday’s win against this club or Tuesday’s loss to the Carolina Hurricanes, you essentially saw tonight’s 3-0 loss for the Philadelphia Flyers to the New Jersey Devils. Adam Henrique, Cam Janssen, and Jaromir Jagr beat Ray Emery tonight for the visitors, while Martin Brodeur posted a 22-save shutout. Emery had two deflections beat him, but he didn’t have any memorable saves for the Orange and Black. The Flyers were shutout for the second time in four games and the second straight time on home ice. There were minimal scoring chances for either team, but unfortunately for the Flyers, …

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Game 15 Preview: New Jersey Devils @ Philadelphia Flyers

New Jersey Devils (3-7-4) @ Philadelphia Flyers (4-9-1) , 7:00pm, TCN-PH, MSG PLUS 2 RECORDS: New Jersey Devils: 3-7-4 Away: 1-6-2 vs. Eastern Conference: 3-4-1 vs. Metropolitan Division: 1-3-1 Philadelphia Flyers: 4-9-1 Home: 2-6-0 vs. Eastern Conference: 4-6-1 vs. Metropolitan Division: 3-3-1 GAME 15 PREVIEW: Coming off of another disappointing loss (I’m sensing a theme here..) on Tuesday night, the Philadelphia Flyers (4-9-1 overall, 2-6-0 home) return home to face a familiar foe in the New Jersey Devils (3-7-4 overall, 1-6-2 road).  The two Metropolitan teams last faced each other this past Saturday night; that snoozefest game ended in a 1-0 Philadelphia …

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Flight Plan: Buckle Up and Buckle Down

Last week was a rough week. The Philadelphia Flyers lost a game in which they carried a 2-0 lead into the third period over the Anaheim Ducks, became the laughing stock of the entire NHL in a game against the Washington Capitals when they were blown out by a score of 7-0, and won a game 1-0 against the New Jersey Devils. I’d like to touch on the events of November 1st. This team needed something. I’m not of the school of thought that fighting in hockey is a bad thing. I think it’s great for the game, especially because …

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