May 072011
 
Flyers Runaround 05.07.11: Lost to Bruins 5-1, swept out of playoffs...

May 7: Philadelphia Flyers news and stories from around the web.  Click title for complete article… Flyers fail to repeat miracle comeback, are swept by Bruins May 7 Philly.com: “This time there was no miracle on Causeway Street. Contrary to popular belief, history cannot be made every May in Boston, and not every 3-0 deficit [More…]

Flyers manhandled by Bruins

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May 052011
 
Flyers manhandled by Bruins

May 5 Philly.com: “Flyers coach Peter Laviolette, who dabbles as a psychologist, had said his team would put on its “comfortable slippers” as it headed into Game 3 of the Eastern Conference semifinals Wednesday night. As it turns out, slippers don’t work well on the TD Garden ice. Click here for complete article… Click here [More…]

May 032011
 
Flyers fall to Bruins in overtime, 3-2

May 3 Philly.com: “Maybe the Flyers like living on the edge. Maybe they enjoy having to overcome astronomical odds to win a playoff series against the Boston Bruins. Maybe they still think they’re in the Bruins’ heads and that another memorable comeback is on the horizon. Click here for complete article… Click here to Comment [More…]

One ugly Flyers loss

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May 012011
 
One ugly Flyers loss

May 1 Philly.com columnist Phil Sheridan: “As they fell behind the Boston Bruins to set up that unforgettable comeback last year, the Flyers kept saying they were playing well enough to win. There was none of that Saturday. The Flyers were horrible, losing Game 1 on their home ice by the ridiculous score of 7-3. Click [More…]

Apr 302011
 
Boucher is Flyers' go-to guy in goal

April 30 Philly.com: “Predicting which goalies will shine in the Stanley Cup playoffs is an inexact science. Not many expected Tampa Bay’s Dwayne Roloson, a 41-year-old journeyman, to have the best save percentage (.949) after the opening round. Not many expected Washington’s Michal Neuvirth to enter Round 2 with the lowest goals-against average (1.38) in [More…]