Broad Street Bull Archive: January, 2010

Flyers' new defenseman adds experience

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OK, so he's not Dion Phaneuf. But Lukas Krajicek, the player the Flyers signed as a free agent late Saturday night, WILL give the team some... Read more

What's my line?

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If the Flyers are going to become a legitimate Stanley Cup contender, they need their top-6 forwards to step up. Quickly. With that in mind... Read more

Will loss haunt Flyers?

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If the Flyers fail to make the playoffs, Thursday's 4-3 loss to Atlanta could come back to haunt them. Leading 3-1, the Flyers allowed three... Read more

Parityville: 8 teams within one point

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With the New York Rangers and Montreal Canadiens losing their respective games Wednesday, the Flyers remained in a tie for the sixth spot in... Read more

Flyers show faceoff gain; Bodrov signed

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Goaltending and special teams' performances are considered major components of a team's success. Faceoffs? They fly under the radar. But... Read more

Special teams cost Flyers in loss to Pens

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The Flyers' nationally televised 2-1 loss to the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins Sunday can be explained in two words: special teams. The Flyers... Read more

Parent to miss 6 more weeks; Pens next for 6th-seeded Flyers

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Injury-plagued defenseman Ryan Parent will miss six weeks after undergoing back surgery Monday, the Flyers announced after Saturday's 4-2 win... Read more

Emery (Emery!) will start vs. Carolina

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It made perfect sense to assume that goalie Michael Leighton would start Saturday afternoon against visiting Carolina, so.... Flyers coach... Read more

Flyers blank Rangers again; Torts erupts

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Not sure what was more entertaining: The Flyers’ 2-0 win over the visiting New York Rangers Thursday, or the sideshow between losing... Read more

Giroux staying at center vs. Rangers

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Claude Giroux will remain at center Thursday when the Flyers host the New York Rangers in a key game at the Wachovia Center. Giroux had been... Read more