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Flyersfan94

  • joined Jun 30, 2010
  • last login May 09, 2014
  • posts 63
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A full on Flyers Fan. Loved them my whole life. My Favourite Flyers of all time are:
-Simon Gagne
-Keith Primeau
-Bobby Clarke
-John LeClair
-Mark Recchi
-Bernie Parent

A Fan Of...

  • MLB Philadelphia Phillies
  • NBA Phoenix Suns
  • NFL Philadelphia Eagles
  • NHL Philadelphia Flyers
  • Soccer AC Milan
  • FIFA Italy
  • MLS Montreal Impact
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Paul Holmgren's GM Tenure

Paul Holmgren has been known to be one of the most unpredictable General Manager's in the game. He has made great moves that left fans singing in the streets, and others that made you flat out face...

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Flyers@Stars Game Preview

The Flyers will roll into the American Airlines center tomorrow after noon to take on the the Dallas Stars. The matinee will start at 2:00 pm eastern time.This will be the fourth game for the...

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Why Flyers' Long-Term Cap Situation is Not a Problem

When you think of Paul Holmgren, you will often think of huge, money-loaded contracts. Is it fair to think this? Absolutely, as Holmgren has never been afraid of shelling out humongous deals to...

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The Unraveling of the Philadelphia Flyers

It was just three and a half years ago that the Flyers were two wins away from the Stanley Cup. It was just two and a half years ago that the Flyers clinched the Atlantic division to finish second...

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Laviolette's Firing and What it Means for Paul Holmgren

It didn't come as a shock to many. After last season, this pre-season and three games into the regular season, it was clear something was going to change for the Flyers. The chemistry wasn't there,...

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Laviolette Fired; Berube In

Peter Laviolette is no longer the coach for the Philadelphia Flyers. Laviolette was starting his fifth season behind the bench for the Flyers, but has been relieved of his duties just three games...

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What's Next for Flyers?

Improvement is one word you could use to describe the Flyers current off season. They have seemingly done everything needed to get themselves back into the playoffs. Philly has acquired a...

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With Lecavalier Signed, Flyers Must Address Other Needs.

Vincent Lecavalier is the newest member of the Philadelphia Flyers. The (arguably) biggest free-agent landed in Philadelphia yesterday evening, signing a five year deal worth 22.5 million dollars....

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Thoughts on Mark Streit and Where Flyers Go From Here

Four years, 21 million dollars; that's what it took General Manager Paul Holmgren to ink Mark Streit and make him a Flyer. The Flyers have already commenced their off-season over-haul of their...

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Guide to Flyers' Off-Season

The lock-out shortened season has come to a dismal end for the Philadelphia Flyers. The season featured different things, such as the season debut with Claude Giroux as the captain, as well as the...

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The Return of Simon Gagne

On July 19th, 2010, the Flyers' fan base took a major blow. Paul Holmgren shipped then longest tenured Flyer Simon Gagne to Tampa Bay for Matt Walker and a 4th round pick. Some fans were angry,...

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BSH Audition: Bryzgalov's Solid Play Early on Essential in Flyers Overcoming Tough Start

"Universe is just so humangus big!". Who would think Ilya Bryzgalov would be the Flyers' best player through the first four games of the season. Bryz's play has been exceptional to start the...

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BSH Audition: What we can realistically expect from each Flyer

As the short pre-season winds down and the opener inches closer and closer, the Flyers roster is starting to take shape. Andreas Lilja and Brian Boucher have gone through waivers, and many...

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Flyers (and hockey) Are Back!

It has been about eight months since we've seen the Orange and Black lace up their skates and step onto the ice of the Wells Fargo Center. Now, after the lockout wiped out nearly half a season, we...

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Rounding out Off-Season Moves

The Flyers didn't do what they wanted to this off-season. They wanted to land the highly-coveted Zach Parise and Ryan Suter, and neither ended up here. They also wanted to re-sign Jaromir Jagr and M...

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Players The Flyers May Wish to Target

Everyone has been giving their input o players the Flyers should go after this off-season, so I figured I'd do the same. This off-season the Flyers should address several things: the need for a...

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Flyers in the Off-Season

The series with the Devils certainly shocked every Flyers' fan. After a domination of the Penguins, many thought that New Jersey would just be a slight bump in the road. Not true. The Devils...

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Bryzgalov's confidence showing through team's play.

One month ago, every Flyers fan would get sick to their stomach at the thought of Ilya Bryzgalov being a Flyers for the next decade. Now a days, the thought of it doesn't seem so bad. Bryz's play...

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Flyers Going Forward

The Flyers have made some solid deals in the past few days which show they are not giving up on this season just yet. The acquisitions of Nicklas Grossman and Pavel Kubina address a lot of the...

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The Post-Pronger Era

As the old saying goes, "the bigger they are, the harder they fall". That pretty much sums it up when it comes to Flyers' captain Chris Pronger. The big man has fallen pretty hard, and he won't be...

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Plugging in The New Flyers

With the massive roster over-haul this summer, it has left many (if not all) Flyers' fans where exactly these new players fit into the line-up. The new faces of Wayne Simmonds, Jakub Voracek, B...

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Danny Briere

Most Philly fans are worrying about the loss of scoring with the departures of ex-captain Mike Richards and Jeff Carter. But even with these two players gone, we still have the best pure...

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Possible Third-Line Centers

The Flyers are now in need of a third-line center with the absences of Mike Richards and Jeff Carter. Many agree that the Flyers should give Brayden Schenn and Sean Couturier more time to develop...

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A Columbus Deal?

Now most of you will start bashing me for jumping the gun to early with rumors, but just hear me out. I was fooling around on capgeek.com and was taking a look at both the Flyers and the Columbus...

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Comparing the Bruins and Flyers

When comparing the Boston Bruins and Philadelphia Flyers, you see many similarities. Each have a big intimidating defenseman, Boston's being Zdeno Chara, and Philadelphia's being Chris Pronger....

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Ray Emery

I really liked Ray Emery while he played in Philadelphia, and found that it was a shame when he was injured. It was rumoured that he wouldn't be able to return, to any team. He played admirably...

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If Roster Moves Are Coming, Who's Going?

All signs are pointing to the flyers bolstering their roster when the trade deadline comes around next month. the Flyers seem to be in the market for a veteran winger, hence them trying to aquire J...

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2011/2012 Philadelphia Flyers

Well i'm just kind of bored so I decided to make a fanpost. I though of the possible cap situation for the flyers next season and had some fun on capgeek.com. I though of the RFA's and UFA's coming...

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Dwayne Roloson

Dwayne Roloson has officially been traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning. This now makes Simon Gagne and the rest of the boys in T-Bay an even bigger threat in the Eastern Conference. The only question...

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A Possible Zherdev Trade

Nikolay Zherdev have been anything but a success for the Flyers this season. He started off in the pre-season playing well, but has tailed off over the coarse of the season. After starting the...

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