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Gameday at Pittsburgh: Emery Gets Start

The Flyers have won two straight, out-scoring their opponents 9-2 in the process. What is this sorcery you ask? It may very well be the team awaking from its slumber. What better way to test that than against the Penguins tonight on the national stage.

Mason Shuts Out Senators

The Flyers put together their best all-around effort, shutting out Ottawa and erupting offensively in a 5-0 win Tuesday night.

Steve Mason stopped 24 shuts for his first career shutout as a Flyer. In his 20 starts for the Flyers, Mason has yet to let up more than three goals in a game.

Jakub Voracek and Claude Giroux each had impressive games for the Flyers. Their line, which also consists of Scott Hartnell, was as dominant as expected of a first line.

Gameday at Ottawa: Questions Will Be Answered On Road Trip

It's been the hot topic the last couple of days: Claude Giroux has finally scored a goal. The next question will be whether or not the struggling captain had awoken from his offensive slumber.

Giroux isn't the only one waking up. The Flyers scored four goals on Saturday, a feat they've only done twice this season. Can they keep it up during this three game road trip? Giroux and the Flyers will answer those question tonight in Ottawa.

First Goal Aside, Claude Giroux Still Struggling

A huge weight was lifted off the shoulders of Claude Giroux Saturday afternoon.

In the third period of a 4-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers, Giroux took a puck off a turnover and scored, giving the Flyers a 3-1 lead. It was Giroux's first goal in 16 games of the season, ending a 21-game drought that spanned back to last season.

After the game, Giroux described the the moment as a "relief."

The drought was a shock for Giroux, who is considered one of the game's best players. After consecutive seasons of averaging at least a point per game, Giroux established himself as one of the best players in the NHL, but his start to the 2013-14 season had fans thinking otherwise.

(Photo by John Russo/The Checking Line)

Giroux Scores In Flyers Win

The Flyers snapped a few streaks in a big 4-2 win over the Oilers Saturday afternoon.

Claude Giroux scored his first goal of the season, snapping a 21-game drought that dated back to last season and the Flyers put up its first four-goal effort of the year. They also snapped a streak that saw the last 13 goals in the Wells Fargo Center scored by their opponents, a game-time span of 175 minutes, 22 seconds.

(Photo: Claude Giroux has a big smile on his face after scoring his first goal of the season. Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Flyers Claude Giroux In "Minor" Car Accident

Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux was in a "minor" car accident earlier this morning when his parked car was struck by another car.

Giroux was not in the vehicle. Early reports said that he was in an accident, which frightened many with the 28th anniversary of Pelle Lindbergh's death just two days away.

Devils Suffocate Flyers

If Tuesday was bad, Thursday made things leagues worse.

Two deflected point shots proved to be the difference as the New Jersey Devils defeated the Philadelphia Flyers 3-0. That win evens the season series and may act as some sort of revenge countering a 1-0 Flyers win on Saturday.

In what could be labeled as a perfect road game, the Devils allowed just three clear cut scoring chances all game. Fans continually booed lacking effort from Philadelphia's orange-clad hockey players.

Gameday vs. New Jersey: Flyers Search for Answers

Two offensively challenged teams will meet up in Philadelphia trying to turn around two atrocious seasons through 14 games. Scoring may come at a premium tonight in a battle of Mason vs. Brodeur.

Gameday at Carolina: Flyers Seek Winning Streak

After a 1-0 win over New Jersey on Saturday, will the Flyers be able to put forward a winning streak against a struggling Carolina Hurricanes team?

Gameday Vs. Washington: Flyers Face Ovechkin-less Capitals

The Philadelphia Flyers play host to the Washington Capitals tonight. The Capitals will be without their captain, Alex Ovechkin. Is this the break the Flyers needed?