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2 hrs ago | Broad Street Hockey
The Phantoms are back in the area, and there are plenty of chances for local hockey fans to see them live this season, be it in Allentown, Wilkes-Barre, Hershey or Atlantic City.
6 hrs ago | Broad Street Hockey
The midway point of the summer update to our Flyers Top 25 Under 25 rankings features a lot of Phantoms along with the first sighting of an NHL player on our list.
8 hrs ago | The Morning Call
Brandon Manning, an alternate captain with the Adirondack Phantoms the past two seasons, has re-signed a one-year contract with the Philadelphia Flyers according to releases from both teams on Wednesday.
11 hrs ago | Business Journal
The Philadelphia Flyers broadcast team Tim Saunders, Keith Jones, Jim Jackson, Chris Therien, executive producer Brian Cooper, Bill Clement and Steve Coates.
11 hrs ago | Broad Street Hockey
Left to right: Tim Saunders, Keith Jones, Jim Jackson, Chris Therien, producer Brian Cooper, Bill Clement, Steve Coates.
11 hrs ago | Broad Street Buzz
Mar 16, 2014; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen moves the puck against the Pittsburgh Penguins during the first period at the CONSOL Energy Center.
When Kimmo Timonen flew to Finland, he was in good spirits having just signed a one-year extension with the Flyers.
Every player on an NHL roster is important. And yet, the fact remains some are just truthfully more important than others.
The Philadelphia Flyers brought a familiar surname into the fold on Monday, signing forward Brett Hextall to a deal with their AHL affiliate in Lehigh Valley.
Part two in our "What If?" examines the whirlwind 2012 offseason that saw major changes in Nashville.
After a long offseason including a few big moments, the Philadelphia Flyers are now looking ahead to the 2014-15 season.
Dressed in a long-sleeved Flyers t-shirt, shorts and sandals, Berube was standing on the red line at the team's Skate Zone practice rink when he was drenched by someone dropping a large amount of ice water from a video booth.
Berube's response to apparently being stuck for another season with an aging four-time All-Star whose defensive liabilities outweighed the 20 goals he scored in 69 games as a new Flyer in 2013-14? "He just needs to change his game a little bit," Berube said during a recent interview.
I decided to take a look at many different facets of the NHL draft. I arbitrarily picked the years 1999-2007.
Vincent Lecavalier, still with the Flyers late into an offseason that has been filled with trade rumors, apparently continues to embrace his current employers.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 09:59 pm
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