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Not all losses are considered a step backward. Take the Flyers' 4-3 overtime defeat in Toronto on Saturday night, for instance.
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Yet, in the NHL, it is the nightly reality. And the Stanley Cup playoff cut line - the line between making and missing out on millions of dollars in revenue - is razor thin.
In a weird bit of scheduling, the Pittsburgh Penguins will play back to back home-and-home games with their two most hated rivals this week: The Washington Capitals and the Philadelphia Flyers.
After the Philadelphia Flyers started the 2013-14 season 4-10-1 and fired their coach, a lot of people wrote them off as contenders.
As the Pittsburgh Penguins are safe, the Philadelphia Flyers and New York Rangers battle for second, and the Columbus Blue Jackets, Washington Capitals, and New Jersey Devils lurk closely in the distance.
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Philadelphia Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren has a long-term plan for the organization, and to his credit, he has stuck to it the last three seasons.
It wasn't that he felt the need to show off some new kicks in his first year with the Flyers.
UF seniors Will Yeguete, left, and Patric Young celebrate Saturday after making history in the final home game of their careers.
There are very few injuries to report, especially those which are fantasy relevant.
Claude Giroux and Jakub Voracek each scored twice and the Philadelphia Flyers held off the Washington Capitals 6-4 on Wednesday to sweep a home-and-home set.
The Toronto Maple Leafs defeated the Philadelphia Flyers 3-1 in the teams' most recent meeting on Oct. 2. Thanks to a recent stretch of strong play, the Philadelphia Flyers have put themselves in the thick of the Eastern Conference playoff picture.
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Every day, Michael Raffl walks into the locker room with the same smile on his face.
Philadelphia Flyers goalie Steve Mason smothers a wrap-around shot by Washington Capitals forward Nicolas Deschamps, right, during the second period of Sunday's game at Verizon Center in Washington.
The Flyers want to sign the newly acquired MacDonald to a new contract. MacDonald previously turned down a four-year $16 million offer from the Islanders; so what could the extension cost them? When the Flyers traded for Andrew MacDonald , I don't think many people thought that the pending free agent would simply be a rental defenseman.