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Flyers win 5-2 with Dominating Second Period Performance

The first period did not look promising. Considering how well the Flyers had been playing in their last four, the first twenty on Saturday made it seem as though the game was geared to be a letdown.

That, of course, was before the Flyers scored three goals in the second on way to defeating the Tampa Bay Lightning, 5-2.

Your Move Tampa Bay

The last time these two teams met, the Flyers stood in their defensive zone, while the Lightning stood in the neutral zone. All the while, millions of people watching the nationally televised event began changing the channel to something that actually had a pulse.

Zac Rinaldo Wants to Score Goals

Zac Rinaldo has quickly established himself as the physical presence on this year's team. TCL's Matt Brigidi had the opportunity to talk with Rinaldo about his hitting game, his influences and his future. Check out what he said.

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.

Giroux Leads Flyers Comback; Beat Habs, 3-1

After the first period it appeared as though the Philadelphia Flyers were in for another long night.

That of course was before Claude Giroux took control of the game.

Hurricanes Bury Flyers, 4-2

The Philadelphia Flyers fell to the Carolina Hurricanes on Monday, 4-2.

Flyers Penalty Kill on Fire

It’s not surprising to hear that the Philadelphia Flyers take a lot of penalties. What is pleasantly surprising though is that the Flyers penalty kill is quickly becoming one of the league’s best.

Flyers Fall in Overtime; Controversy Awaits?

Wednesday night, the Flyers dropped a 2-1 decision to Tampa Bay in overtime.

But, the game's result wasn't exactly the main issue of the night , instead it was the team's strategy for the first 30 minutes.

Mark Trible explained what happened in the game and what may happen moving forward.

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.

Talbot a Perfect Fit

Once viewed as an enemy, Max Talbot has quickly established himself as a key member of the new look Flyers.