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  • Flyers facing long odds in draft lottery

    Flyers facing long odds in draft lottery
    Unless you're into playing 16-1 shots over at Parx Racing, you probably shouldn't get too excited about the Flyers' chances in Saturday night's NHL lottery drawing. The team officially has a 6.5-percent chance of getting struck by Connor McDavid...
  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms' Danick Martel stands tall despite stature

    Lehigh Valley Phantoms' Danick Martel stands tall despite stature
    Danick Martel stands just 5-foot-8 and weighs 162 pounds dripping wet after a hockey game. If he's lucky. The 20-year-old scored his first AHL goal in just his second game Tuesday while on an amateur tryout contract with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms...
  • Flyers GM Hextall declines to make decision on Berube's job

    VOORHEES, N.J. — Sorry, anyone who thought this Flyers coaching situation would be resolved in a timely fashion has another think coming. General manager Ron Hextall left the air unclear at approximately 2 p.m. Wednesday when he announced he had...
  • Flyers' Craig Berube calm as he awaits fate

    VOORHEES—The suspense might be killing everybody in Flyer nation, with the exception of the very subject of all this speculation. That would be Craig Berube. Berube, the embattled head coach of the Flyers, says he doesn't know when he will learn...
  • Lecavalier future could depend on who's coaching

    VOORHEES -- Vinny Lecavalier isn't ready to call it quits, but whether he plays with the Flyers next year might depend on who's coaching the team. In a press briefing on getaway Monday, the 34-year-old forward said he believes he can still be a...
  • Max Friberg's OT goal lifts Norfolk over Lehigh Valley

    Max Friberg's OT goal lifts Norfolk over Lehigh Valley
    Kevin Goumas, Blair Jones and Anthony Stolarz made sure there was no quit in the Lehigh Valley Phantoms on Saturday night. Max Friberg made sure the Norwalk Admirals weren't going to go home empty-handed, however. Friberg scored the game-winning...
  • One final loss caps Flyers' frustrating season

    One final loss caps Flyers' frustrating season
    PHILADELPHIA – It ended the way it started. With a loss. In between an opening night 2-1 defeat in Boston on Oct. 8 and Saturday's 3-1 setback at the hands of Ottawa, the Flyers experienced more than their share of disappointment. The defeat...
  • Akeson plays in third straight Flyers finale

    Akeson plays in third straight Flyers finale
    Everyone knew a Phantoms forward was getting called up for Saturday's season-ending game for the Philadelphia Flyers, but no one would say who until the Flyers released it about 90 minutes before the start of the 3-1 loss to Ottawa. Philadelphia not...
  • Phantoms get AHL-high seventh shootout win

    Phantoms get AHL-high seventh shootout win
    Scott Laughton opened up his bag of tricks, the one that dated to his days in junior hockey, which happened to be last season. Laughton, who snapped a Phantoms scoreless streak of almost 160 minutes in the second period, went with a pump fake and went...
  • Goalie Stolarz sent back to Lehigh Valley Phantoms

    Goalie Stolarz sent back to Lehigh Valley Phantoms
    Rookie goalie Anthony Stolarz's second call-up this month by the Philadelphia Flyers was short-lived. Stolarz, the 6-6, 220-pound first-year pro, was sent back to Lehigh Valley on Wednesday afternoon after officially being called-up on Tuesday morning...
  • Flyers lose to lowly Hurricanes

    Flyers lose to lowly Hurricanes
    PHILADELPHIA – The mystery continues. How can a team that has gone 11-1-4 in its last 16 games against playoff-bound teams be so futile against its going-home-early brethren? Whatever the reason, the Flyers can blame some of their predicament on...