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Thankfully It Ends

Thankfully It Ends

Thankfully, it ends. If you are of the religious ilk, when you chat with your supreme being...thank him or her for ending this debacle that was alleged, a Flyers season. A memorable season (only because it was that bad), finally concluded with, what else? A loss....

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One to Go on the Season

One to Go on the Season

Winnipeg shuts out the Philadelphia Flyers, 4-0. Eric Comrie turned aside 35 Philadelphia shots in earning his first NHL shutout. The whitewash came in the 27th game for Comrie. For Philly, Felix Sandstrom stopped 23 of the 26 Jets shots he faced. One to go on the...

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Flyers Win Second in Row

Flyers Win Second in Row

The Flyers win second in a row. Yes, you read that correctly. After a six-game winless skid, The Philadelphia Flyers (25-43-11) bested the playoff-bound Pittsburgh Penguins (45-24-11). Philly was led by Noah Cates with a pair of nearly identical goals and an assist....

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Flyers End Losing Streak

Flyers End Losing Streak

Flyers end losing streak. Two of the lesser-weight NHL teams met up with each mired in a losing streak. The Philadelphia Flyers (24-43-11) put an end to their six-game streak by beating the Montreal Canadiens, (20-42-11) who dropped their seventh in a row. To the Game...

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Flyers Fall Like Leaves

Flyers Fall Like Leaves

Every now and then a team heads into a match-up with fans expecting a loss. If it doesn't happen logic dictates, it's called an upset. The Flyers fall like leaves. Tuesday evening was one of those games. The Philadelphia Flyers (23-43-11) went to Canada to take on the...

Back to the Drawing Board for the Orange and Black

Back to the Drawing Board for the Orange and Black

As I write this the Flyers have six games remaining in the 2021-22 regular season, and as we all know the season cannot come any faster.  When we reach that finish line the question then turns to what next? Back to the drawing board. A lengthy rebuild or retool...

Another Lost Weekend in Flyer Land

Another Lost Weekend in Flyer Land

Another lost weekend in Flyer Land. The Lowly, Buffalo Sabres (29-38-11) swept a home and home series against the even lowlier, Philadelphia Flyers (23-42-11) with, first a 4-3 victory in Buffalo then, a 5-3 win in Philadelphia. Once again, Philadelphia has a depleted...

Flyers Inch Closer to Top…of the Bottom

Flyers Inch Closer to Top…of the Bottom

The New York Rangers (48-21-6) inch closer to the top of the Division Standings while the Philadelphia Flyers (23-30-11) are next to last in the Conference. How Bad Was This One? The old adage is,"You Can't Tell Who the Players are Without a scorecard". That was the...