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  • Flyers' Steve Mason on verge of team save percentage mark

    Flyers' Steve Mason on verge of team save percentage mark
    PHILADELPHIA — Steve Mason won't catch odds-on Hart Trophy (MVP) candidate Carey Price for the NHL's save percentage crown, but he just might give the Canadien goaltender a good run for his money. Mason stopped 46 of 47 shots in the Flyers' 4-1...
  • Flyers beat Penguins, sweep season series

    PHILADELPHIA With four minutes remaining in the Flyers' final game against the rival Pittsburgh Penguins during another unfulfilled season, the Wells Fargo Center crowd started chants of "You can't beat us!" There has been little for Flyers fans to cheer...
  • Flyers complete sweep of Penguins with 4-1 victory

    Flyers complete sweep of Penguins with 4-1 victory
    PHILADELPHIA — The Flyers must be thinking if they could only play the Penguins about, say, a dozen times a year, they might be in the playoffs. The way the Flyers have beaten up on their cross-state rivals lately, even a few more contests against...
  • Hurricanes survive Flyers in shootout, 3-2

    Hurricanes survive Flyers in shootout, 3-2
    RALEIGH, N.C. — Nathan Gerbe and Chris Terry had shootout goals as the Carolina Hurricanes topped the Philadelphia Flyers 3-2 Saturday at PNC Arena. Canes goalie Cam Ward stopped Jakub Voracek and later Claude Giroux in the shootout to end it....
  • From tough guy to class guy

    Last season, Zack Stortini chalked up an AHL-best 299 penalty minutes with the Norfolk Admiarals. This season with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, he as amassed just 150, but added a career-high 13 goals and 12 assists for 25 points with just nine games left...
  • Flyers top Penguins 4-1 despite Crosby's 300th goal

    Flyers top Penguins 4-1 despite Crosby's 300th goal
    PITTSBURGH — The Philadelphia Flyers are ticking off the days until their frustrating and inconsistent season ends. If the Pittsburgh Penguins can't get healthy — or stay out of the penalty box — it won't be long before they are doing...
  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms player Brett Hextall and his doctor wife Mamie deal with long-distance marriage

    Lehigh Valley Phantoms player Brett Hextall and his doctor wife Mamie deal with long-distance marriage
    Brett Hextall got in a pair fights on ice last weekend. The Lehigh Valley Phantoms right wing got in one in the second period Wednesday night, trying to generate some positive energy at Allentown's PPL Center, but that didn't quite work out in a 6-1...
  • With playoff hopes gone, Flyers point out flaws in failed season

    With playoff hopes gone, Flyers point out flaws in failed season
    VOORHEES—It's officially over now, so here is where the Flyers get to share some secrets about their failed season. But, truth be told, most of their flaws were right out in the open for all to see. On Sunday night, watching Boston eliminate...
  • Phantoms' Nick Cousins getting his shot with the Flyers

    Phantoms' Nick Cousins getting his shot with the Flyers
    While the Flyers might be loaded with defense prospects, the farm system isn't quite as talent-laden at forward. The back line futures include Samuel Morin, Robert Hagg, Shayne Gostisbehere and Travis Sanheim. All are considered NHL possibles down the...
  • Phantoms shock Penguins 4-1

    Phantoms shock Penguins 4-1
    With two of the team's top defenseman resting in the press box after playing for the Philadelphia Flyers earlier in the day, Saturday evening didn't look very bright for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, who were hosting one of the top teams in the AHL....
  • Flyers' Pronger deserves fast track to Hockey Hall of Fame

    Flyers' Pronger deserves fast track to Hockey Hall of Fame
    A lot of players pass through the Flyers' doors for a year or two and then fade into distant trivia. Don't include Chris Pronger in that classification. In his brief time here — 145 regular-season games to be exact — Pronger left an...