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Flyers-Devils: NHL Playoff Notes and Observations for Philadelphia, New Jersey

April 15th, 2010
Series Notes -This is the fourth all-time meeting in the playoffs between the two franchises and the first time New Jersey has had home ice advantage. -Philadelphia won the season series 5-1, outscoring the Devils 20-13. Claude Giroux (1-6-7)and Chris Pronger (0-7-7) led the Flyers in scoring. Patrik Elias and Brian Rolston ...

A Philadelphia Flyers Fan’s View from the 2010 Winter Classic

January 5th, 2010
Despite the outcome, the 2010 Winter Classic was a thrill, as well as a once in a lifetime experience for the thousands of Flyers fans who made the trip to Fenway Park.   Philly fans once again were out in full force for a road game. Boston fans were commenting on ...

Philadelphia Flyers: Are They the New Islanders?

December 22nd, 2009
After another lackluster effort against Florida, the Flyers find themselves with 14 losses in their last 17 games. Consider some of these staggering facts for the team The Hockey News picked to win the Stanley Cup: 32 points in 35 games. Only Carolina has fewer in the NHL (And now the ...

Iverson’s Return About More Than Wins and Losses For 76ers

December 5th, 2009
The Sixers' decision to bring back Allen Iverson has created a buzz in Philadelphia that this organization hasn't experienced since the 2001 season. NBA basketball in his town had become about as irrelevant as Philadelphia's lingerie football team.   Love him or hate him, Iverson has a way of finding himself ...

Stevens Leaves Flyers Without an Identity

December 5th, 2009
The Flyers’ decision to fire John Stevens was certainly not surprising to anyone who has watched this team over the last two seasons. While most believe the roster is stocked with talent, the product on the ice is far from impressive. For a team that was selected by The Hockey News ...