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All Flyer'd Up

It was the last night of the year, my first hockey game of the year, and the Orange & Black rolled into the Rockies. It was my second trip to Denver of the day, and despite flying across the country and running on little to no sleep, I couldn’t have been more excited. 410 more words

Current Flyers Team Avoiding Penalties - Doormat of the NHL

The days of the Broad Street Bully mentality look to be over in Philadelphia. The Flyers are near the bottom of the league in penalties and by their record, appear to have replaced this thuggish attitude by becoming the doormat of the NHL. 185 more words


RIP Ross Lonsberry

Ross Lonsberry wasn’t the best player in the history of the Philadelphia Flyers. Nor was he the toughest player on the famed Broad Street Bullies that terrorized the NHL in the mid 1970s, which helped them win 2 Stanley Cups. 527 more words


Flyers Take On The Rangers in the First Round of the Playoffs

May 23rd, 1997. That was the second-to-last Flyers/Rangers playoff game — side note: it was also Wayne Gretzky and Mark Messier’s second-to-last playoff game — until Thursday. 865 more words