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Flight Plan: Back-to-Back Home-and-Homes

The Philadelphia Flyers went 1-1-1 last week with a disappointing loss to the Ottawa Senators in the shootout, an embarrassing 7-0 loss to end their six-game road trip a the hands of the Chicago Blackhawks, and an impressive 2-1 win over the Montreal Canadiens. The win was another game in which the Flyers scored just two goals. They have now scored two or fewer goals in 24 of their 32 total contests. In order to win games by scoring just two goals, you rely heavily on your goaltender to be outstanding, and Steve Mason has been just that for his …

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Around the Net December 13, 2013: Flyers come home, rebound with a win over the Habs

Welcome to Around the Net, a bi-weekly look through linkage at the Philadelphia Flyers and other news from around the NHL. Danny comes home Danny Briere returned to Philly and the Flyers pull out a 2-1 win: [The 700 Level] [The Checking Line] Wisdom of Bill Bill Meltzer chimes in with his wisdom: [Hockeybuzz-Bill Meltzer] Tearjerker of the day The Flyers surprise a family with their solider son: [Puck Daddy] NHL Capsules Scores from around the NHL last night: [The Hockey News] The Flyers are playing well, go see them live and in person. Get your Philadelphia Flyers tickets here. That’s all …

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Chris VandeVelde Signed by Flyers; Tye McGinn Sent to Adirondack

Image via Philly.com Tye McGinn has to be the unluckiest hockey player alive right now. After a third call-up to the team just this season alone, and without seeing any game action due to an illness, McGinn was sent down to the Adirondack Phantoms today, and the Flyers signed Chris VandeVelde to an NHL contract with the intention of recalling him. ROSTER UPDATE: #Flyers loan Tye McGinn to Adirondack & sign (F) Chris VandeVelde. FULL INFO HERE… http://t.co/FkhLZgYtbR — Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFlyers) December 12, 2013 He will be available to play tonight against the Montreal Canadiens, but it remains to …

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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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2014 Draft Eligibles: Red Deer defender Haydn Fleury should be on the Flyers’ radar

There’s snow and ice on the ground and the temperatures outside are frigid, but that shouldn’t stop us from thinking about the month of June. I’m not talking about sunny days and the beach, although, that would be nice. I’m talking about the 2014 NHL draft right here in Philadelphia. It’s not the most talented draft class I’ve seen as it’s probably one of the weaker classes in recent memory, however, there is one player in the 2014 class who has caught my attention that the Philadelphia Flyers should have their eye on. I introduce to everybody Red Deer Rebels …