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Flyers Out-Shot and Out-Played In Loss to Habs

With Carey Price out with the flu and a struggling Peter Budaj in net for the Canadiens, all the Flyers had to do was put shots on net and get pressure on the back-up netminder.

They did neither of that, and frankly, that is why they dropped their ninth regulation loss of the season.

In what was one of the most miserable outings of the 2013 season, the Flyers looked like a lost team.

Back-up Goalie Showdown in the QC

The Flyers head to the QC to take on the Montreal Canadiens. Habs fans are loud and raucous, so will it affect Brian Boucher? Will Peter Budaj prove to be a worthy back-up for the sick Carey Price?

Flyers Look to Rebound in Winnipeg

The Flyers got trounced, 5-2, yesterday in Toronto. They hope to shake off the bad loss and win in Winnipeg.

Second period flurry buries Flyers

After controlling the level of play through most of the first period, the Flyers were simply outplayed in every way, shape, and form in the second period.

In just the opening 4:10 of the second stanza, the Toronto Maple Leafs scored three unaswered goals on their way to a 5-2 win over the Flyers.

The first goal came on a rebound that bounced off Bryzgalov's pad and right onto enforcer Colton Orr's stick. It was Orr's 12th career goal in over 400 career games and was his first against the Flyers.

Flyers Start Six-Game Road Trip in Toronto

The Flyers, who have earned points in each of their last four games, start a six-game road trip in Toronto. Luke Schenn returns to Toronto to face the team who drafted him.

Michael Leighton Injured on Friday; Brian Boucher Recalled For Road Trip

The Flyers have recalled back-up goalie Brian Boucher after putting Michael Leighton on the IR.

Leighton was injured in Friday's optional skate before their 4-3 overtime win against the Hurricanes. General manager said that Leighton's injury is an upper body injury and he could miss up to 10 days.

Phantoms Bring Back Veteran Jonathan Sim

The Phantoms have been slowly bringing back familiar names and faces to their organization in hopes to rekindle some successful hockey in Upstate New York.

They did so by bringing back 35-year-old AHL and NHL veteran Jonathan Sim. Sim signed a professional tryout contract with the Phantoms.

The Phantoms recently brought back a handful of former Phantoms -- Brian Boucher, David Laliberte, Scott Munroe and Danny Syvret.

Flyers Acquire Brian Boucher From Carolina

The “Boosh” chants are back.

The Flyers have acquired goaltender Brian Boucher from the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for Phantoms forward Luke Pither.

This is Boucher’s fourth stint in the Flyers organization. He will be the third goalie behind starter Ilya Bryzgalov and back up Michael Leighton.

Free Agency 2012: Philadelphia Flyers Sign Michael Leighton To 1-Year Deal

In their first move during the free agency period, the Philadelphia Flyers brought back a familiar face to fill their backup goaltender position, signing Michael Leighton to a 1-year, $900k contract. Leighton replaces Sergei Bobrovsky, who was traded from the Flyers to the Columbus Blue Jackets on June 22 in return for three draft picks.

Flyers Set To Face Islanders For Last Time This Season

The Philadelphia Flyers (40-22-7) and the New York Islanders (28-31-11) will meet for the final time this season when they face each other tonight at Wells Fargo Center.

The Flyers won the last meeting between these teams (6-2), even though they entered that game with a 3-5 record in the eight games prior.

A different Flyers team will be coming to the arena tonight.