Allison J.

  • joined Dec 10, 2013
  • last login Jun 25, 2014
  • posts 36
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Advocate for the underdog (whenever that means "Philadelphia Flyers"), personal fan of Jake Voracek's Sun-In routine, and all around Angry Person.

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How #FreeGus failed


Bouncing in and out of the press box is certainly not an ideal year for any player. How did Erik Gustafsson end up in that position?

Versatility the name of Raffl's game


From obscurity to the top line of the Flyers (and everything in between), Michael Raffl's first year in North American hockey was interesting to say the least.



The Flyers clinched a playoff berth tonight with their win against the Florida Panthers. Celebrate good times, come on.

Dear Flyers, please win. Signed, everyone.


The Flyers are looking to punch their ticket to the playoffs against one of the worst teams in the NHL. Do the thing, Flyers. Please.

Shootouts still suck


Flyers rebounded (again) in the third, but couldn't keep the game out of the shootout. Rask came through with 49 saves and the Bruins won, 4-3.

Grin and bear it


The Flyers play the league leading Boston Bruins in this afternoon's match up. Let's hope we all manage to forget how the last time ended up.

Royally flushed


The Flyers got outworked and outplayed by the better, faster, stronger Kings. They lost to the Kings, 3-2.

King me


The Flyers will attempt to extend their win streak to six tonight against the Los Angeles Kings. I will not quote Lorde, I will not quote Lorde, I will not quote Lorde.

In the clutch


The Flyers rally after an early two goal deficit and win it in overtime against the Blackhawks, 3-2.

Hellish homestand begins


After a stellar weekend, the Flyers will have to forget and move forward to keep building momentum. They take on the Chicago Blackhawks tonight at 7:30.

Let down


The Flyers got back in the game after they fell down by two goals in the first, but the Leafs sealed the victory in overtime. The Flyers win streak was broken in the 4-3 loss.

Fight, fight, fight!


The Flyers like to take penalties and fight. The Leafs like to take penalties and fight. You know how this story ends. The Flyers go for four straight wins in their game tonight against Toronto.

Flyers did better this time!


Simmonds and the Flyers outworked the Rangers where it counts and emerged with a 4-2 win.

Rebound necessary


Flyers recipe for success? Lose terribly and then realize losing sucks. They'll face off today against the New York Rangers, who sit just three points above the Flyers.

25 Under 25, No. 6: Samuel Morin

We're coming down to the wire. Our last player outside of the top five is Samuel Morin, 2013 first round pick and Professional Tall Person.

25 Under 25, No. 12: Jason Akeson

A scoring forward who has thrived at the AHL level, carrying his team on his back...will Akeson ever get a roster spot with the Flyers?

Blazing ahead


Flyers goaltender Ray Emery managed to stop 32 of 33 shots and held the Flyers in the game to grab them a win.

Through the fire and flames


The Flyers will try to extend their win streak to four as they take on the Calgary Flames this afternoon.

25 Under 25, No. 21: Eric Wellwood

Eric Wellwood, who is currently battling back from possibly the most serious tendon injury that hockey has ever seen, is next up on Top 25 Under 25.

Better than expected?


The Flyers showed up to play, but made a few too many errors that cost them the game. They lost to the Anaheim Ducks, 5-3.

California Dreamin'


The Flyers head West for a scary, not good visit to California, their first meeting being with the best team in hockey. Excellent.

The Noon Number: 111


Today's Noon Number is a bit happier.

You're off the case, Flyers.


Flyers fall to the streaking Blue Jackets and it was decidedly ugly.

Previewing tonight's game


The Flyers take on the Blue Jackets, who have been reaaaaaally good lately.



The Flyers managed to battle back (again) and win a yo-yo game. Yay!

Don't lose to the Islanders. Please.


Rested and looking to rebound from a lame shootout loss, the Flyers are taking on the New York Islanders in a divisional contest tonight.



The Flyers lost their first game on home ice since November 7th thanks to loose defensive play and some strong Lightning goaltending.

Happy at home


The Flyers have their fifth day game of the season and will try to keep all their fun streaks alive while keeping a foothold in second place in the Metropolitan.

At least one Philly team won?


The Flyers had a major turnaround and stunned the Coyotes with four back to back goals to win in Glendale, 5-3.



The Flyers are in Phoenix tonight trying to rebound from a loss against the Colorado Avalanche.

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