Lost Season Giveaways

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Image via Amy Irvin/38 Photography Back when it looked like this season was going the way of the early 90s…

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Return in Giroux Trade the Result of Shortcomings by Flyers Management

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In the end, Giroux ultimately held the keys to his destination. Florida was where he wanted to be. That left the Flyers limited in what they could get in return. If nothing else, the return in the Giroux deal is more of a reality of what the state of the Flyers is and remains after this trade, and the result of years of shortcomings by the organization.

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Giroux to Be Honored Thursday for 1,000th NHL Game

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Claude Giroux has appeared in every game since Jan. 13 and will take the ice for his 1,000th game in the NHL and in a Flyers uniform on Thursday night against the Nashville Predators. Prior to the game, the Flyers will hold a ceremony to honor Giroux’s milestone.

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Flyers 5: Takeaways from Tuesday’s Flyers-Lightning Game

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The Flyers are proving that this roster is not equipped to get the job done. Maybe that has to do with the system, maybe that’s talent, but if they wanted to avoid another purge, things needed to improve. For everyone’s sake, it had better start on Wednesday, because this is going to become an ugly season quickly, and it’s only Thanksgiving.

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Flyers 5: Takeaways from Monday’s Flyers-Sabres Game

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Monday’s game was a battle royale of mediocrity. This was a game that probably played out exactly as it should have in both result and process. Yes, the Flyers are a better team than the Sabres. The standings certainly reflect that. But for 40 minutes, they weren’t close to that, so much so that they not only once again dug a hole to the worst team in the league, requiring another frantic third-period rally, but they also had to shorten the bench to do it.

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Series in Review: Flyers-Bruins 2010

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It is a series that proved why every game of the series matters and how many little moments can shift the momentum or make a team rise to the occasion. Here is a look back at the Flyers improbable comeback against the Boston Bruins in 2010 as we continue our Series in Review series.

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Series in Review: Flyers-Blackhawks 2010

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Someone’s long drought was going to come to an end. Obviously, we know which one ended and the heartbreaking ending it was for the Orange and Black against the Chicago Blackhawks. But how close were the Flyers to actually winning the series and their first Stanley Cup since 1975 back in 2010? That’s what we’ll look at in this Series in Review.

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The Best Flyers Players of the Decade

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We will look back at some of the top players of the decade for the Flyers, where there are certainly some obvious standouts that have cemented their place in franchise history. We will list five forwards, five defensemen and three goalies.

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Most Marvelous Mustaches in Flyers History

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In the National Hockey League, whether it be Movember or not, many marvelous mustaches have come and gone throughout the years. As the Flyers are in the midst of the current season, it’s time to take a look back at some of the most iconic “mo’s” in franchise history.

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Hayes Trade Could Be First of Many Aggressive Moves for Flyers

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Chuck Fletcher got aggressive early and traded for the rights to free-agent forward Kevin Hayes. Should Hayes sign with the Flyers, this will not be the last new addition. It may not be the last trade. It’s only the beginning of Fletcher’s aggressive approach to the offseason.

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Flyers-Penguins: Postgame Review

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With 10 games remaining on the schedule, it remains to be seen if the Flyers take this win and turn it into some magical last-gasp playoff run that gets them in, but it kept their playoff hopes alive for now.

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Wayne Simmonds was a Perfect Representative for Flyers

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After a long eight-year career as a Philadelphia Flyer, Wayne Simmonds will be moving onto his new team. We take a look back at the path that he has been on since arriving back in 2011-2012.

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Around the NHL: Habs Hang ‘C’ on Weber, Hartsy Hangs ‘Em Up

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As teams ready-up their rosters for the regular season, let’s take a final look around the league before the games start to count.

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Flyerdelphia Podcast: Final Cuts and Regular Season Preview

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The Flyerdelphia Podcast is back to look at final cuts and preview the regular season. Topics include: final cuts of Dale Weise and Taylor Leier, Carter Hart and Phil Myers, expectations for the regular season, Jori Lehtera, Gritty and Scott Hartnell’s retirement.

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Former Flyer Scott Hartnell Announces Retirement

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Another member of the 2010 Eastern Conference Championship team is hanging up the skates for good. Scott Hartnell, a Flyer for seven years of his 17-year career, announced his retirement on Monday.

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Flyers-Canadiens: Game 52 Preview

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(Kate Frese/Sports Talk Philly) By Bill Minchin, Sports Talk Philly writer The Philadelphia Flyers (25-20-6) return home Thursday night to host…

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