Monday Nov 18
Ranking the 5 Most Heartbreaking Losses in Philadelphia Flyers History
The Philadelphia Flyers entered the National Hockey League in the Fall of 1967 and claimed the league's ultimate prize just over seven years later.
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Today in Philadelphia Flyers history: Gagne, Forsberg remain red hot, Ragnarsson, Pitkanen OT GWGs
1967 -- Bill Sutherland scored the lone Flyers' goal and Bernie Parent turned aside 41 of 42 shots in a 1-1 tie with the Pittsburgh Penguins at the Igloo.
Flyers deal Talbot for Downie
The Flyers bolstered their sagging offense and weakened their penalty-killing unit Thursday, re-acquiring right winger Steve Downie by sending forward Max Talbot to Colorado.