Couturier close to return after concussion, he says

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Sean Couturier remains out of the Flyers' lineup Tuesday night against Buffalo after participating in the morning skate. Couturier has been... Read more

Flyers' Raffl doing 'fine'

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Ask around the Flyers’ locker room about who is regarded as the “class clown” among the group, the almost unanimous answer... Read more

Flyers focused on Rangers, not Rinaldo

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Jake Voracek and Wayne Simmonds summed up the general feeling in the locker room quite efficiently when it came to the team’s reaction... Read more

Flyers make changes for Bruins game

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BOSTON -- The Flyers, coming off last night's 2-1 loss at home to Dallas, got into Boston at an early enough time that a morning skate was... Read more

Flyers welcome talented Stars Tuesday

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The Flyers finally play a game tonight. The NHL's odd early-season scheduling left them without playing a game since Wednesday's 3-0 win over... Read more

Mason back, will not dress

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Flyers goaltender Steve Mason returned to the team this morning after being away tending to a family issue. However, he will not dress tonight... Read more

Mason out; Gagner and Gudas in

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When the Flyers came out for Monday's morning skate, two goalies were among the first on the ice. Neither was starting goalie Steve Mason.... Read more

Flyers hold players-only meeting after blowout loss

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SUNRISE, Fla. -- It was only Game 2 of 82, but the doors to the Flyers’ locker room remained closed a little longer than usual after... Read more

Hextall talks Richards issue

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SUNRISE, Fla. -- Ron Hextall was an executive in Los Angeles when Kings general manager Dean Lombardi executed a trade with Philadelphia to... Read more

New OT format provides 'lunacy'

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TAMPA, Fla.-- The first ever 3-on-3 overtime in NHL history provided the league with exactly what it was looking for when its Board of Governors... Read more