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NHL Trade Rumors: Jordan Eberle to Philadelphia Flyers?

Philadelphia - Edmonton and Philadelphia are two NHL teams with the same problem — neither is winning many games his season and unless the front office for both franchises make a move soon, this could be a lost year for both teams.

Maple Leafs start season 2-0 with victory over Flyers

Philadelphia - The Toronto Maple Leafs have started the 2013-14 NHL season 2-0 after defeating Philadelphia 3-1 on Wednesday night behind the strong play of goalie Jonathan Bernier.

Philadelphia Flyers hope changes fuel return to playoffs

Philadelphia - The Flyers went 23-22-3 last season and were 10th in the Eastern Conference with 49 points last season. As a result the Flyers uncharacteristically missed the playoffs for only the second time since 1994

NHL News and Rumors: Flyers looking to add goalie Jaroslav Halak?

Philadelphia - Philadelphia has already made some major changes to their roster this off-season, but one more move is possibly on the way as the Flyers look to add a starting goalie for the 2013-14 NHL season.

Philadelphia Flyers to part ways with Briere

Philadelphia - In the wake of the new selective bargaining agreement the Philadelphia Flyers need to cut a few of their high priced players. The first to go appears to be Danny Briere

NHL News and Rumors — Flyers Looking to deal for Jonathan Bernier

Philadelphia - The LA Kings made a good run at winning back to back NHL titles this season, but now that their year is over, the front office is looking to make some roster changes and backup goalie Jonathan Bernier is officially on the trading block.

Op-Ed: The sad state of Philadelphia sports

Philadelphia sports seem to be at all time low. All four major Philadelphia sports teams have failed to make the playoffs and only one, the Flyers have had a winning record. It is sad state of affairs for Philadelphia sports fans

Op-Ed: Blame NHL lockout on players, fans, media — and a brain virus

It's like some weird brain virus has come down from outer space to infect NHL players, fans, media and grumpy-looking Donald Fehr. It has caused them to think Gary Bettman is evil and, more implausibly, to insist NHLers are hard done by.

NHL: Bryzgalov bumbles, Devils rumble

Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov banked the puck off of New Jersey Devil David Clarkson into his own net and Ilya Kovalchuk had a goal and an assist as the Devils advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals with a 3-1 win.

NHL leading postseason scorer, Claude Giroux, suspended one game

Philadelphia Flyer forward Claude Giroux, leading scorer in the 2012 NHL Stanley Cup playoffs, will have to sit out his team's biggest game of the season. Giroux was handed a one-game suspension May 7 by NHL head disciplinarian, Brendan Shanahan.

NHL: Flyers rally late to top Penguins in Game 1

Pittsburgh - The opening game of the NHL playoffs featured one of the most storied interstate rivalries in sports that looked to be a wash for Pittsburgh after the first period, but a resilient Philly team mounted a late game comeback.

NHL: Leafs win home finale 3-2 over Lightning in overtime Special

Toronto - On a day the Toronto Blue Jays kicked off its 2012 season in Cleveland, the Toronto Maple Leafs were getting ready for its home finale against the Tampa Bay Lightning. What’s the connection you ask?

NHL Winter Classic 2012: Classic Game Ends with Penalty Shot

The visiting New York Rangers beat the Philadelphia Flyers, 3-2 on Jan. 2, in an NHL Winter Classic outdoor hockey game for the ages. It was loaded with excitement and ended with the Flyers failing to tie on a penalty shot with 19 seconds to go.

NHL: Leafs score late and hold off Flyers

On the back of unlikely hero Darryl Boyce, the Toronto Maple Leafs continued their push towards a playoff spot with a 3-2 victory against the Philadelphia Flyers.

Harry Caray's offers $50,000 for Stanley Cup winning puck

Lombard - Harry Caray's, the famous Chicago restaurant, is offering $50,000 for a puck that shot off the stick of Patrick Kane, winning the game for the Blackhawk's in the 2010 final. Where is the puck? It hasn't been seen since it went in the Flyer's net.

Op-Ed: No brotherly love in Philly as Chicago wins Stanley Cup

The Chicago Blackhawks captured their first Stanley Cup in 49 years, and they did so on the enemy ice. Still, when it was all said and done the Blackhawks clinched the series.

Stanley Cup finals get under way tonight

Two of hockey's historical franchises will face off in game one of their Stanley Cup finals tonight in Chicago at the United Center.

Winter Classic in Boston Goes Down as A True Classic

What started out as a bit of a novelty event to stir greater interest in hockey and the NHL. Now people are clamoring to play in the annual January 1st game and this year lives up to its billing.

OP-Ed: More Deep Thoughts On The NHL Playoffs

It's time for more deep thoughts on the NHL playoffs. In this installment we look at Carey Price's struggles, Darian Hatcher's foolishness, Johan Franzen's coming out party, and the Dallas Stars' incredible play.

Maple Leafs Win 4-3 in Overtime, Keep Slim Playoff Hopes Alive

Wow. What a hockey game. The Toronto Maple Leafs, down 3-0 in the third period with 15 minutes left to play, refused to roll over and die. With a courageous 4-3 overtime win, the Leafs live to see another day.
 

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