Philadelphia Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers have had 13 Hockey Hall of Famers play for them at some point in their careers. This list includes legends, Bobby Clarke, Bernie Parent and Bill Barber. However, there might be one more Flyer legend added to the list: Claude Giroux. There is a lot of disagreement regarding Giroux’s Hall of Fame
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Following Sunday’s 5-3 victory against the New York Rangers, the Philadelphia Flyers secured their sixth-straight win, putting them on one of the hottest streaks in the league. Their six-game streak currently leads the Eastern Conference and is tied for second overall with the Colorado Avalanche, trailing only behind the St. Louis Blues’ seven-game run. Related:
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Elliotte Friedman: AHL trades can still be made, but those players are not eligible for the post-season. The Hurricanes could use some goaltending, the Maple Leafs defensemen, and Coyotes scoring. The Boston Bruins and Dallas Stars weren’t that interested in Joe Thornton. The San Jose Sharks plan to be back in contention next season. Will
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When Philadelphia Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher traded for forward Tyler Pitlick, he was bringing in a tough, rugged, bottom-six forward who could also contribute point-wise every so often. Rugged toughness is something that has been in the DNA of the Flyers for pretty much their entire existence. They weren’t called the Broad Street Bullies
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PHILADELPHIA — Ilya Kovalchuk scored twice and Carey Price recorded 40 saves as the Montreal Canadiens avoided a season series sweep with a 4-1 win over the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday night. Tomas Tatar scored his 17th goal of the season and Artturi Lehkonen added his 11th for the Canadiens, who find themselves six points
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Scouting the Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens Murray Pam: Bad weather lead to only the Arizona Coyotes and Detroit Red Wings scouting the Senators-Canadiens on Saturday night. Scouting the Philadelphia Flyers and Tampa Bay Lightning Adam Kimelman: Scouts listed to attend Saturday’s Flyers-Lightning game: Los Angeles Kings and the Vegas Golden Knights. Canadiens could flip
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