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The Flyers Could Have Been Named the Croaking Crickets

Fifty years ago this week, the Flyers were named. The official unveiling of the name took place on August 3rd, 2016, and Bill Meltzer wrote […]

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Eric Lindros Will Be Inducted into Hockey Hall of Fame

Eric Lindros had to wait six years, but he finally got the call. Today, Lindros got that call confirming his induction into the Hockey Hall […]

15,000 days since the last Flyers Stanley Cup logo
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It’s Been 15,000 Days Since the Flyers Won the Stanley Cup

Last night, the Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA Championship. It was Cleveland’s first major pro sports championship since 1964 — a 52-year gap since its […]

Jim Britt holds the Stanley Cup on the ice after the Penguins win
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He Was a Flyers Fan. He Won the Stanley Cup With Pittsburgh

I was watching the Pittsburgh Penguins celebrate their Stanley Cup victory when I spotted a familiar face on the ice. There was Jim Britt, with […]

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Rick MacLeish, Flyers Legend, Dead at 66

Rick MacLeish, a star center on the Broad Street Bullies championship Flyers teams of the 1970s, has died. The team confirmed the news this morning; […]

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Flyers’ Scott Laughton Taken Off Ice on Stretcher After Hit

Scott Laughton suffered a terrifying injury in the Flyers’ 2-1 win over the Washington Capitals last night, but the Flyers say all tests done on […]

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The Flyers Are Holding an Ed Snider Memorial Service Tomorrow

Before things went downhill during Monday night’s game, the Flyers held an emotional pregame tribute to Ed Snider. Tomorrow, the team will hold a public […]

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Flyers, Philly Fans Embarrass Selves in Playoff Loss

The Philadelphia Flyers and St. Louis Blues once played a game on January 6th of 1972. The Flyers, an expansion squad in its fifth season, […]

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Can the Flyers Come Back After a Disappointing Game 1?

Things did not go well for the Flyers in their first playoff game last night, a a 2-0 shutout loss to the Washington Capitals. It’s […]

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The Phone Call From Ed Snider that Terry Murray Will Never Forget

Terry Murray’s phone rang in the middle of last summer, after he’d been hired as an assistant coach with the Buffalo Sabres. He immediately recognized […]

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Behind the Tough Persona, Ed Snider Was Kind, Compassionate

You could get a crippling case of carpal tunnel syndrome trying to list all of Ed Snider‘s accomplishments. That’s what usually happens on a day […]

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#WinItForEd: Social Media Reacts to the Death of Flyers Owner Ed Snider

Beloved Flyers chairman Ed Snider has died, his children announced this morning. As the Flyers gear up for the playoff run they clinched just days […]

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Ed Snider, Flyers Chairman, Has Died

The children of Ed Snider announced this morning that Snider, the chairman of Comcast-Spectacor and founder and longtime face of the Philadelphia Flyers franchise, has died […]

Flyers late goal - Wayne Simmonds
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If the Flyers Win Their Last 2 Games, They Make the Playoffs

The Flyers looked like they were about to crash out of the playoff chase last night. They trailed the worst team in the NHL, the […]

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Missanelli: The Flyers — Yes, the Flyers — Are Philly’s Best Franchise Right Now

It was a bleak sports decade, the 1970s in Philadelphia, until the Philadelphia Flyers won two Stanley Cups. The Flyers’ Cups were a kickstart to […]