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  • Voracek sends Flyers to OT victory

    PHILADELPHIA – These are the types of wins the Flyers will need if they are to mount a charge in the second half. Philadelphia completed the first half of its season on a high Thursday night, coming from behind twice to knock off a quality team,...
  • Flyers' Voracek remains on 100-point pace

    Flyers' Voracek remains on 100-point pace
    PHILADELPHIA — All season long, Jake Voracek has been downplaying his standing as the NHL points leader, saying it's "still early.'' Well, now we've reached the season's halfway point and Voracek still sits atop the leader board. Care to...
  • Flyers' defenseman Grossman sidelined with injury

    The Flyers announced on Friday that defenseman Nick Grossmann will be sidelined approximately three weeks with an upper-body injury. Grossmann appeared to suffer a shoulder injury during Thursday night's game against the Washington Capitals, won by...
  • South Florida goalie carries U.S. hopes in world championships

    South Florida goalie carries U.S. hopes in world championships
    The path to becoming the starting goalie for Team USA had a common genesis: a younger brother's team needed someone to guard the net. In this case, Brittany Bugalski's mom had some apprehension about her daughter taking the job. "My dad was coaching....
  • NHL fines Flyers for travel over holiday break

    NHL fines Flyers for travel over holiday break
    NEW YORK -- The NHL has fined the Philadelphia Flyers for violating the collective bargaining agreement by traveling during a holiday break. The league did not disclose the amount of the fine Sunday. Players are barred from traveling or practicing...
  • Flyers fined by NHL for travel violation

    The Flyers were fined an undisclosed amount of money on Sunday by the NHL for traveling on Dec. 26, a clear violation of the Collective Bargaining Agreement's moratorium on team activities during the holiday break. The league said they would have no...
  • New year, but same problems plague Flyers

    NEWARK, N.J. — It's a new year but the Flyers seem to have the same old problems. Inconsistency. Spotty special teams. Lack of scoring at key points. The Flyers went into Saturday night's game — the last of an eight-game road trip —...
  • Giroux sits out practice with ankle injury, but Flyers hopeful he'll play Tuesday

    Captain Claude Giroux, one of the NHL's leading scorers with 43 points, missed practice Monday because of an injury near his left ankle, but the Flyers are hopeful he can play Tuesday against visiting Ottawa. "It's possible he plays, but that's about the...
  • NHL plus-minus: Jaromir Jagr, 42, oldest NHL player with a hat trick

    NHL plus-minus: Jaromir Jagr, 42, oldest NHL player with a hat trick
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the past week: + By scoring three times against the Philadelphia Flyers last Saturday, New Jersey forward Jaromir Jagr became the oldest NHL player to record a hat trick, at...
  • Flyers end losing streak in dramatic fashion against Senators

    PHILADELPHIA After being away from the Wells Fargo Center for 19 days, the Flyers finally returned home Tuesday night and ended their five-game losing streak in dramatic fashion. Wayne Simmonds scored the game-winner in the fifth round of the shootout as...
  • Simmonds gives Philadelphia rare shootout victory

    PHILADELPHIA — It had to end sometime and for the Flyers it couldn't have come at a better moment. After 10 straight shootout losses, the Flyers finally figured out how to win one for a change Tuesday night. Wayne Simmonds won the five-round...