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  1. Analyzing the Flyers' penalty kill adjustments so far this yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 24 | Broad Street Hockey

    Last season, the penalty kill of the Philadelphia Flyers was a major weakness. After just five games, it's obvious that the coaching staff has made a number of tactical and structural changes this year to try and fix it.


  2. Shayne Gostisbehere has first three-point gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 23 | Broad Street Hockey

    Out of all the amazing things Shayne Gostisbehere did last season - remember the 15-game point streak? Yeah you do - he never scored three points in one game. Sure, he came close a number of times; he had seven two-point games .


  3. Ducks 3, Flyers 2: 10 things we learned from choppy passing, wasted power playsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 21 | Broad Street Hockey

    Despite a whopping seven power play opportunities, the Flyers could manage just 22 shots on goal last night against the Anaheim Ducks , a pitiful display of offense. As a result, it really was no surprise to see that offensive ineptitude punished with a loss.


  4. Today in Philadelphia Flyers history: Streak begins, Propp late GWG, Neuvirth perfectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 14 | Broad Street Hockey

    Philadelphia Flyers have fared on this day, recalling some of the more memorable moments, achievements, and events that have shaped the organization throughout the club's storied history The Flyers have posted an 8-6-1-3 record in 18 all-time October 14 contests as they prepare to faceoff against the Kings tonight in Los Angeles to kick off their 50th anniversary season. It's rather appropriate that the team appears in L.A. on this date, because they did so in their very first October 14 outing back in 1967.


  5. The Flyers 2016-17 season hype video is the best hype video you'll ever seeRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 13 | Broad Street Hockey

    For years, the Philadelphia Eagles have owned social media in this town with their ridiculous, goosebump-inducing hype videos . But I think the Flyers just put together the best version of those videos that the city has ever seen.


  6. Here's what the Flyers roster looks like after injuries, suspensions and cap movesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 11 | Broad Street Hockey

    The Flyers are facing an afternoon deadline today on their opening night roster, during which time they need to ensure that they are compliant with salary cap rules. "Today is about the cap," said general manager Ron Hextall.


  7. Flyers vs. Rangers: Preview, lineups, how to watch and discussion threadRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 6 | Broad Street Hockey

    Tonight's game is on NHL Network in Philadelphia and nationally. If you're in the New York market, you can find the game on MSG.


  8. What are your expectations for Travis Konecny this season?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 5 | Broad Street Hockey

    While we can't say for certain until final rosters are submitted on or before Tuesday, October 11, Flyers forward prospect Travis Konecny appears to be making a legitimate run at a roster spot. The talented young forward has electrified the fanbase several times, and he's had a chance to play alongside nearly all of the Flyers' top forwards in different preseason games.


  9. Top 10 Flyers Moments and PollRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 4 | Broad Street Hockey

    In honor of the Flyers Golden Anniversary I have put together my list of the top ten moments in team history. The NHL in a bid to obtain a national television contract with a major network and to thwart off any threat from a potential new league awarded new expansion teams to the cities of Los Angeles, Oakland, St Louis, Minnesota, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.


  10. Alex Lyon has his new Phantoms maskRead the original story

    Monday Oct 3 | Broad Street Hockey

    After three impressive seasons at Yale, it was the Philadelphia Flyers who won the right to sign the 23-year-old free agent goaltender. Naturally, with a team change - especially considering how the Bulldogs' colors are blue and white, and the Flyers are very much an orange and black kind of team - Lyon was definitely going to have to get a new lid.


  11. Flyers vs. Bruins: Konecny, Couturier and Voracek will be a full goRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 1 | Broad Street Hockey

    Excitement surrounding a preseason game may never reach the level it will tonight after the unveiling of lines during the Flyers morning skate. From top to bottom, the lineup against the Boston Bruins for a 7 p.m. affair at the Wells Fargo Center is littered with talented prospects and the majority of key veterans.


  12. Philadelphia Flyers Top 25 Under 25: How can Shayne Gostisbehere...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 30 | Broad Street Hockey

    In some ways, it's tougher to write about Shayne Gostisbehere's upcoming season than you would think it is, partly because everything centers around one question that has no easy answer: what can Gostisbehere even do to follow up the season we just saw him put together? Because the season Shayne Gostisbehere just had was unlike any we've seen in a long time here in Philadelphia.


  13. Flyers make third round of cuts, sending 10 to PhantomsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 29 | Broad Street Hockey

    The Lehigh Valley Phantoms kick off their training camp on Friday, and since they need players to be able to do that, the Flyers have sent 10 down from NHL camp to the AHL squad. Hagg is the first of the notable prospects on defense to be sent down to the AHL.


  14. Wayne Simmonds is wearing a visor this preseason because Ron Hextall asked him toRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 28 | Broad Street Hockey

    Wayne Simmonds looked a little different last night. And ... well, he scored two goals, so maybe this will be a permanent change! Wayne Simmonds did something last night that, as far as we can tell, he's never done in an NHL game: wear a visor.


  15. A day in the life of a Flyers player in the summerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2016 | Broad Street Hockey

    Hockey players come in all different shapes and sizes. From Zdeno Chara to Nathan Gerbe, to a more local spectrum of Sam Morin to, let's say, Nick Cousins, every player comes with a different makeup.


  16. Comcast now owns 100 percent of the Philadelphia FlyersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2016 | Broad Street Hockey

    On Thursday, the largest cable provider in America and the largest company in the City of Philadelphia officially announced that they are buying out the 24 percent stake that was owned by late team founder Ed Snider -- and, since his death in April, by his estate. The 24 percent stake is actually in the Flyers' parent company, Comcast-Spectacor, not the Flyers organization itself.


  17. Philadelphia Flyers Top 25 Under 25: Perpetually-overlooked Oskar...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 16, 2016 | Broad Street Hockey

    Oskar Lindblom was once viewed as one of the better prospects in his draft year. After two strong seasons in Sweden and a successful AHL stint, he's turning heads yet again.


  18. 25 Under 25, No. 16: The curious case of Jordan WealRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2016 | Broad Street Hockey

    Position: C Age: 24 2015-16 League/Team/Statistics: Los Angeles / Philadelphia -- 0 points in 14 GP Nationality: Canadian Acquired Via: Traded from Los Angeles along with a third-round pick in 2016 for Luke Schenn and Vincent Lecavalier in January 2016 So the short answer to the above question is, of course, to Allentown. After Weal filed for arbitration earlier this summer, he and the Flyers came to terms on a one-year, two-way contract extension would seem to be a clear indication that they intend for Weal to play a role in the Phantoms success going forward.


  19. Philadelphia Flyers Penalty Kill Analysis, Part 4: Recommendations for 2016-17Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 1, 2016 | Broad Street Hockey

    Through three days, we learned more about the Flyers' penalty kill tactics, and determined which were most efficient in terms of preventing shots and goals. What changes can Philadelphia make to the PK to improve next year? This is part four of a four-part series by Charlie O'Connor describing and evaluating the penalty kill of the Philadelphia Flyers in 2015-16.


  20. Philadelphia Flyers Top 25 Under 25: High expectations for Alex Lyon entering his first pro seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 1, 2016 | Broad Street Hockey

    The latest in the Flyers' foray into undrafted college free agents, Alex Lyon comes to Philadelphia with a long track record of success. How big of a role can he push for within the organization this year? The undrafted college free agent pool is one that the Flyers have always liked.


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