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Game 21 Preview: Buffalo Sabres @ Philadelphia Flyers

Buffalo Sabres (5-17-1) @ Philadelphia Flyers (8-10-2), 7:00PM EST, MSG-B, BELL TV, CSN-PH RECORDS: Buffalo Sabres (5-17-1) Away: 3-8-0 vs. Eastern Conference: 3-8-1 vs. Metropolitan Division: 1-3-0 Philadelphia Flyers: 8-10-2 Home: 4-7-0 vs. Eastern Conference: 7-7-1 vs. Atlantic Division: 3-3-0 GAME 21 PREVIEW: Looking for points in six straight, the Philadelphia Flyers (8-10-2) play host to the Buffalo Sabres (5-17-1) at the Wells Fargo Center this Thursday night.  The match-up will be televised locally on CSN-PH at 7:00 EST. After tonight, the Flyers have one more home game (Saturday night against the New York Islanders) before they embark on a two …

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Flyers Outlast Senators; Win 5-2

Kimmo Timonen scored the go-ahead goal, his first of the season, at the 11:30 mark of the third period to give the Flyers a 3-2 lead. The Flyers would go on to beat the Ottawa Senators 5-2. Claude Giroux opened the scoring for the Flyers, lighting the lamp on the power play for his second goal of the season. Sean Couturier would notch his first goal of the season early in the second period. Kimmo Timonen assisted on both Flyer goals. Jake Voracek also notched an assist on Giroux’s power play tally. Wayne Simmonds added an insurance goal for the …

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Game 20 Preview: Ottawa Senators @ Philadelphia Flyers

Ottawa Senators (8-8-4) @ Philadelphia Flyers (7-10-2), 7:00pm, CSN-Philly/SNET-E/TVA With a successful road trip, it’s time for the Philadelphia Flyers to provide a successful homestand to potentially put themselves at the hockey .500. After grabbing five of a possible six points on the road last week, the Orange and Black will start their homestand against the Ottawa Senators, the same team they started their road trip against last week. The road trip didn’t just provide a handful of points for Philly, it provided a lot better play and a sense of confidence among a team that is working their way …

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Flyers’ winning streak ends in Winnipeg, Jets edge out victory

The Philadelphia Flyers saw their three-game winning streak snapped in Winnipeg, as the Jets beat the Orange and Black 3-2 in a five-round shootout. Bryan Little had the decisive goal in the shootout, while Dustin Byfuglien had a two-goal game. Olli Jokinen had two assists, as Ondrej Pavelec stopped 32 in regulation and four in the shootout for the win. Scott Hartnell and Wayne Simmonds found the back of the net for Philly, while Steve Mason had 38 saves in the loss. After 65 minutes couldn’t find a winner, the contest came down to a shootout. Devin Setoguchi beat Mason …

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Game 19 Preview: Philadelphia Flyers @ Winnipeg Jets

Philadelphia Flyers (7-10-1) @ Winnipeg Jets (9-9-2), 8:00PM EST, TCN-PH, TSN-JETS RECORDS: Philadelphia Flyers: 7-10-1 Away: 4-3-1 vs. Western Conference: 1-3-0 vs. Central Division: 0-0-0 Winnipeg Jets (9-9-2) Home: 6-5-1 vs. Eastern Conference: 3-1-1 vs. Metropolitan Division: 1-0-1 GAME 19 PREVIEW: The Philadelphia Flyers are finally winning?  The Philadelphia Flyers are finally winning. The Philadelphia Flyers (7-10-1) look to end their three-game road trip on a positive note as they head to Manitoba tonight to take on the Winnipeg Jets (9-9-2).  The game will be televised locally on TCN–PH at 8:00 PM EST.  After tonight, the Flyers return home this coming Tuesday …