Jan 262011
Flyers power past Canadiens as they head into all-star break

January 26 Philadelphia Inquirer: “The power play, stale for almost a month, came to life on Tuesday night and keyed the Flyers’ history-making 5-2 victory over the Montreal Canadiens at the Wells Fargo Center. Power-play goals by Jeff Carter and Kimmo Timonen, both on five-on-three situations late in the opening period, ignited the Flyers, who [More…]

Dec 162010
Van Riemsdyk helps lift Flyers over Canadiens

December 16 Philadelphia Daily News: “Situations, Peter Laviolette said, are what separate the good from the bad in today’s NHL. Last night, by all accounts, was a situation. And if the Flyers didn’t assert themselves among the league’s elite by extinguishing Sidney Crosby and the Penguins’ 12-game winning streak on Tuesday night, they surely did [More…]

Nov 232010
Flyers Runaround: 11.23.10; Goalies, JVR, Wellwood, Zherdev, more...

November 23: Philadelphia Flyers news and stories from around the web… Good goalie problem for Flyers with Boucher, Bobrovsky November 23 Philadelphia Daily News: “Peter Laviolette has a nice problem. His club is sitting in a tie atop the Eastern Conference standings and he has two goaltenders who are playing well. When the Russian wave [More…]

Flyers rally past Canadiens, 3-2

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Nov 232010
Flyers rally past Canadiens, 3-2

November 23 Philadelphia Inquirer: “Maybe Flyers coach Peter Laviolette was being honest when he said he started backup goalie Brian Boucher on Monday night against Montreal because he was coming off a strong performance. Or maybe the Flyers, who will have a goalie logjam when Michael Leighton returns from an injury, were showcasing Boucher for [More…]

Nov 222010
Flyers Runaround: 11.22.10; Canadiens rematch, Nodl, more...

November 22: Philadelphia Flyers news and stories from around the web… Flyers await chatty Montreal rookie November 22 Camden Courier-Post: “When Flyers captain Mike Richards and Montreal Canadiens rookie P.K. Subban last saw one another six days ago, they were being hauled off the Bell Centre ice like a pair of angry schoolboys. But the [More…]

Nov 172010
Flyers' streak comes to an end in Montreal

November 17 Philadelphia Daily News: “Frustration, in hockey, usually ends in fisticuffs. Not goals. For the Flyers, it was easy to become frustrated at the boisterous Bell Centre in Montreal. Last night, it wasn’t the “Ole, Ole” chant or the “Nah, Nah, Hey Hey Goodbye” taunt or any of the 21,273 rabid, red-clad fans packed [More…]