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Flyers’ Storm Stories

We here at Flyers Faithful hope for the safety of our readers as well as everyone in the Delaware Valley affected in some way by the ravages of Hurricane Sandy. But that doesn’t mean time stops over here at the Home Office. The Philadelphia Flyers have been caught up in some weather hijinks during their 45-year history. Here are a few memorable games that have been wiped out or have taken place in the belly of the weather beast in the Northeast. March 3, 1968: Seals 1, Flyers 1 at Madison Square Garden – Yes, you read that right. Two …

Trade deadline passes quietly for Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers were dormant as the 2011 NHL Trade Deadline passed as of 3 p.m. (et). Flyers’ GM Paul Holmgren awoke from his slumber to make just one minor deal, acquiring prospect forward Tom Sestito from the Columbus Blue Jackets in exchange for prospects Michael Chaput and Greg Moore. Sestito will be assigned to Adirondack of the American Hockey League. “Well, he’s a big kid, I think he’s got 30-some-odd points down there in the AHL…he was there last year on an entry-level contract. I like the fact that he’s got a chance to play at some point for …