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  • Hurricanes upend Flyers 4-1

    Hurricanes upend Flyers 4-1
    RALEIGH, N.C. — Justin Faulk had a goal and an assist and the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Philadelphia Flyers 4-1 on Tuesday night. It was the 500th NHL game for Hurricanes goalie Cam Ward. Ward, who won the Conn Smythe Trophy when Carolina won...
  • Flyers take Phantoms goalies, who take Reading's

    Flyers take Phantoms goalies, who take Reading's
    After back-to-back losses last weekend in which he had to swap out his starting goalies in both games, Lehigh Valley Phantoms coach Terry Murray said that the team needs better play from the goalies. Anthony Stolarz started against the Providence Bruins...
  • Phantoms drop first game of three-in-three

    Phantoms drop first game of three-in-three
    One team looked like it never stopped practicing during the AHL All-Star Classic break; the other looked like it was still on break for the first 30 minutes. The Albany Devils jumped out to a three-goal lead and got an empty-net goal in the closing...
  • Flyers beat Jets 5-2 for third straight victory

    Flyers beat Jets 5-2 for third straight victory
    PHILADELPHIA — For the Flyers to make this mini-run something serious, they're going to need all hands on deck. In other words, help from unexpected sources. Like Nick Schultz, who scored the winning goal in Thursday night's 5-2 win over...
  • Hershey has Phantoms' number on Friday night

    Hershey has Phantoms' number on Friday night
    When you look back at a full 76-game season in the AHL, there are swings you can point to that change its course. This one is bordering on ridiculous. For the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, the current three-games-in-three-nights weekend may be one of...
  • Sabres beat Flyers 3-2 in shootout

    Sabres beat Flyers 3-2 in shootout
    PHILADELPHIA — The Buffalo Sabres might be the worst team in the NHL but the Flyers made them look like the 1976 Montreal Canadiens on Thursday night. It took all the energy the Flyers could muster to escape with a point in a 3-2 shootout loss...
  • Philadelphia holds many happy memories for former Flyers great Eric Desjardins

    Philadelphia holds many happy memories for former Flyers great Eric Desjardins
    VOORHEES—Eric Desjardins may have experienced his greatest glory as a member of the Montreal Canadiens but he will always think of himself as a Flyer. Why? Because, aside from the Stanley Cup he won with the Habs back in 1993, Desjardins' career...
  • Phantoms' home losing streak reaches five games

    Phantoms' home losing streak reaches five games
    This wasn't the way it was supposed to go. The Lehigh Valley Phantoms jumped out to a two-goal lead on Binghamton, the last-place team in the East Division. Center Jason Akeson increased his point-scoring streak to 10 straight games. Defenseman...
  • Spring is in the air

    Spring is in the air
    Spring is in the air as pitchers and catchers reported today to spring training for many teams, including the Phillies. Philadelphia opens Grapefruit League play on March 3 against the Yankees. The annual NFL Scouting Combine, where prospective NFL...
  • Schultz signs two-year, $4.5M contract extension with Flyers

    Schultz signs two-year, $4.5M contract extension with Flyers
    VOORHEES – Nick Schultz signed on with the Flyers as a seventh defenseman last summer, but boy the times have changed. After a much better than expected season, Schultz was rewarded on Wednesday with a two-year, $4.5 million contract extension....
  • Desjardins set for Flyers' Hall of Fame induction

    Desjardins set for Flyers' Hall of Fame induction
    VOORHEES – Eric Desjardins may have experienced his greatest glory as a member of the Montreal Canadiens but he will always think of himself as a Flyer. Why? Because aside from the Stanley Cup he won with the Habs back in 1993, Desjardins’...