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Couturier leads Flyers to huge comeback in Detroit, Flyers win 6-3

The Philadelphia Flyers overcame a two-goal deficit and handing the Detroit Red Wings seven power-play opportunities, as the Orange and Black produced a memorable 6-3 win on the road tonight. Sean Couturier had a four-point game with two goals and two assists, while Scott Hartnell and Matt Read each had three-point games. Steve Mason stopped 32 of 35, as Tomas Tatar had a pair of goals and Johan Franzen registered his eighth of the year. Jimmy Howard allowed five goals on 33 shots against in the loss. Down by one entering the third period, the NBCSN broadcast showed Craig Berube …

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Game 28 Preview: Philadelphia Flyers @ Detroit Red Wings

Philadelphia Flyers (12-13-2) @ Detroit Red Wings (14-7-7), 8:00pm, NBCSN After suffering an offensively embarrassing loss on Monday and running into problems the team had earlier in the season, the Philadelphia Flyers hope to return to the win column tonight on the road against the Detroit Red Wings. Philly has won two of their last three, but the last two games haven’t been pretty for the Orange and Black, as they’ve failed to create many scoring chances. Hopefully for the Flyers and their faithful a mix of desperation and injuries can lead to two points. The team responded well on …

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Flight Plan: Wheels Up

In this writer’s opinion, the Philadelphia Flyers blew it last week. The team had three games which they should have won, one of which they could have grabbed a point in, and garnered just four points to their names and worse, they scored just seven goals in the process. To come out the way they did against the lowly Florida Panthers, is just unacceptable. To need overtime and the shootout to win a game against the Nashville Predators is similarly unacceptable. This team is far too reliant on Ray Emery and Steve Mason to keep games within reach. They can’t …

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Gameday FAQ: Flyers vs Red Wings

Here is your Philadelphia Flyers Gameday FAQ for Saturday, October 12, 2013.   When and where are the Flyers playing? The Detroit Red Wings (2-2-0) host the Philadelphia Flyers (1-4-0) at Joe Louis Arena for a 7:00pm game.   How can I watch this game? You can view this game via Comcast Sportsnet Philadelphia (CSN Philly) if you’re in the Philadelphia viewing area and have that channel or you can see it on Fox Sports Detroit (FS-D). If you’re kicking it old school, driving, or are otherwise unable to watch the game, 93.3 WMMR has you covered with play-by-play delivered …

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Flight Plan: Getting Back Into the Swing of Things

­­ Through two games, the Philadelphia Flyers are looking like a good team, but have lacked finish as they’ve been outscored 7-2 thus far in the 2013-2014 season. Luckily, there are 80 more games left as opposed to last year where there would only be 46 games  remaining at this point, and there are some bright spots. The scoring lead for the team is currently a three-way tie between Vincent Lecavalier, Mark Streit, and Brayden Schenn. Schenn and Lecavalier clearly have some chemistry on the second power play unit and have each scored a goal and notched a helper on …

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