Flyers Now Archive: February, 2013

Flyers goalie Ilya Bryzgalov dubbed 'Mr. Universe' by Apple's Siri

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Flyers goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov's musings about the universe are well-documented after HBO's 24/7 aired leading up to the 2012 Winter Classic... Read more

The day they chanted JVR... JVR...

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I don’t know what kind of greeting James van Riemsdyk is going to receive tonight at the Wells Fargo Center when he arrives wearing... Read more

Voracek honored by NHL; Mez update

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Flyers winger Jake Voracek was named the NHL's first star of the week, the league announced on Monday. In four games, the 23-year-old Voracek... Read more

Timonen: 'Dark moments' for Flyers

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Scott Hartnell sounded perplexed. “When we play like we did in the last 10 minutes I don’t think there is a team in the league... Read more

Flyers aim for .500 vs. JVR, Leafs

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For the Flyers, there were two surprises Saturday. For one, left winger Scott Hartnell returned ahead of schedule. For another, the Flyers... Read more

Hartnell returning today vs. Jets

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So much for the validity of GM Paul Holmgren's injury updates. The Flyers announced that LW Scott Hartnell would return to the lineup Saturday... Read more

Video: Is Bryzgalov the MVP of struggling Flyers?

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Who is to blame for the Flyers inconsistencies this season? CineSport's Noah Coslov and the Daily News' Frank Seravalli discuss this, Matt... Read more

Flying Shy of .500

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Thursday night — for the fifth time this short season — the Flyers had a chance to reach the .500 mark, and once again (0-5) failed... Read more

Flyers' curse of top-line LW

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The Flyers can’t seem to keep their top-line left winger healthy. All-star Scott Hartnell has played just three games this season because... Read more

Flyers' Read sidelined for 6 weeks

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The Flyers continue to be stung by injuries to key players. Top-line winger Matt Read, who entering Thursday led the Flyers with seven goals... Read more