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A Look At The 'New Guys': Past Pens' Edition

Taking a look at two of the 'new guys' on the Flyers -- former Penguins Jaromir Jagr and Max Talbot.

Flyers Start West Coast Trip In Anaheim

The Philadelphia Flyers head out on a West coast trip this weekend. Their first stop is in Anaheim to face the flightless Ducks at 10:00 pm EST. It will be the debut of coach Bruce Boudreau with his new team and the question is, just how much will the coaching change effect this game tonight ?

JvR and Lilja Injured; Updates on Jagr and Pronger

The Flyers have been bite by the injury bug, hard. Matt Brigidi keeps you up-to-date with the latest.

Flyers Look To Right Ship In Long Island

Tonight the Philadelphia Flyers will look to capitalize on the struggling New York Islanders. They have not scored a goal since their November 17th matchup with the Montreal Canadiens.

Flyers Tough To Solve

Before the season, no one really knew what to make of this year's Philadelphia Flyers.

Despite the team having played 20 games, there's still no way to know.

Update on Jagr Injury

Jaromir Jagr suffered an injury early in Thursday's 2-1 win over the Coyotes. Matt Brigidi offers you the latest information on the injury.

Game Day: Phoenix Coyotes @ Philadelphia Flyers

The Coyotes held on after scoring two quick goals in the first period and seeing two quick ones scored on them to edge the Leafs in a shootout on Tuesday, 3-2.

They have now entered into Bryzpalooza.

With all the focus surrounding the former Coyotes' goaltender that famously left the desert in favour of signing a deal that would bring him 10 million dollars this season, their current man between the pipes continues to pick up wins.  Mike Smith improved his record to 7-0-2 in his last nine starts and now faces the highest-scoring team in the league.

The Flyers are two points behind the Penguins for the lead in that division as well as the entire Ea...

Flyers look to Stay the Course against Canes

Coming into their last meeting, the Flyers had lost four of five. Since their last meeting, the team has gone 4-0-2 and looks to be back on course. Although much has changed in that time, not much has changed between the two teams. Matt Brigidi explains.

Line Experiment Produces Chemistry

After adding Scott Hartnell to the Giroux-Jagr line, many wondered if the Flyers other lines would have trouble producing. Three games and 15 goals later, that looks to be a concern of the past.

Opportunity Lost: Turnovers Cost Flyers a Point Against Devils

Turnovers would cost the Flyers once again as they fell to the New Jersey Devils, 4-3 by way of a shootout.