Flyers Now Archive: April, 2013

Video: Flyers pay tribute to the city of Boston before game

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The Flyers hosted the Boston Bruins at the Wells Fargo Center on Tuesday night. It was the Bruins' first trip to Philadelphia since the Boston... Read more

Timonen finished for season

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And then there was one. Warrior Kimmo Timonen has joined the Flyers’ list of walking wounded. Now, Luke Schenn will be the Flyers’... Read more

Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen sidelined for season

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Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen will miss the final three games with a compression fracture in his right foot. “Kimmo will be fully... Read more

Lauridsen, Flyers' patchwork D contribute to win

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The Flyers’ makeshift defense - Luke Schenn is the only regular D-man left standing from early in the season - contributed to their 5-2... Read more

Boston Bruins' Tyler Seguin tweets homophobic slur

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On the eve of Tuesday's game in Philadelphia, Boston Bruins right winger Tyler Seguin got himself in some hot water after he posted a homophobic... Read more

Kent Huskins admits he was knocked out cold

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A mere minutes into the game and 21,273 fans buzzing in Bell Centre, Kent Huskins remembers curling around the Flyers’ net and finding... Read more

Philly's Days of Bore

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The human body can go 21 days or so without food, but only three days without sleep or water ... The Carpenters sang "I Won't Last a Day Without... Read more

Mason and Flyers: So far, so good

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It’s only a small sample, but recently acquired goalie Steve Mason has played much better _ and has looked more confident _ for the Flyers... Read more

Video: Wayne Simmonds talks first-career hat trick

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Wayne Simmonds talks about the the first hat trick of his career after the Flyers' 5-3 win over the Carolina Hurricanes. Read more

So what's left for Flyers?

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The Flyers will almost certainly not be in the Stanley Cup playoffs for just the second time in the last 18 seasons, so the last four regular-season... Read more