Flyers Name Eric Lindros an Official Team Ambassador

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The Flyers have named Lindros an official team ambassador. As part of the partnership, Lindros will be in Philadelphia constantly for community events, fan appearances and corporate partner engagements, once the season is able to resume.

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Series in Review: Flyers-Penguins 2000

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In the 2000 Eastern Conference semi-finals against Pittsburgh, the Flyers fell into a hole and were one mistake away from facing the near-impossible 3-0 deficit. An unlikely hero emerged and gave the Flyers some life. When the Flyers evened the series up in an all-time classic game, all momentum had shifted for good. The Flyers rolled back at home and finished off the series in six games.

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Series in Review: Flyers-Lightning 2004

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This series was a seven-game showdown that truly went back and forth. When the Flyers had their backs against the wall in Game 6, a late goal flipped the series back around and helped it reach the distance. In the end, just two goals separated the teams in the seven-game series and it was a one-goal margin in Game 7 that decided the series.

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Should the World Cup of Hockey Replace the Olympics?

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Embed from Getty Images   By Dan Heaning, Sports Talk Philly staff writer  Hockey fans got an early Christmas gift…

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This Week in Flyers History: Week ending March 13

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March 8, 2000: Rick Tocchet returns to Flyers It was goodbye for the second time for one Flyers fan favorite…

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Desjardins thankful for being a lifetime Flyer

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Photos by Kevin Durso/Flyerdelphia For over a decade, Eric Desjardins was the central figure on the Flyers blue line. Now…

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Eric Desjardins: A blue line legend for Flyers

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  View image | gettyimages.com In the 70s, for the two Stanley Cup celebrations, it was Barry Ashbee. In the…

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