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Simmonds Thrives in Flyers Win

Wayne Simmonds came to Philadelphia in the offseason with a fresh start and an expanded role. He looked like he could be the answer to the team’s problems in front of the net. His size and speed was raved about by every coach, fan, and pundit.

Read's three-point night propels Flyers

Matt Read's three-point night is all the support Ilya Bryzgalov needed in his return to Phoenix.

The Flyers scored four goals in the first period en route to a 4-2 win over the Coyotes, Saturday night.

Where Are You, Wayne?

Wayne Simmonds, Flyers fans turn their lonely eyes to you.

But first, they have to find you.

The fighting, grinding, forechecking Simmonds was fantastic early on in Philadelphia. In his first seven games, he notched five points. He brought a physicality that was needed. He dug at pucks in the crease. He illustrated the art of screening the opposing goaltender.

Lundqvist shuts out Flyers

The Winter Classic saw it's first preview of the season with the two teams squaring off at center ring in Madison Square Garden. But it was New York who threw the first punches in their 2-0 shut out win Saturday afternoon.

Flyers Look To Bounce Back Against Hurricanes

Tonight the Flyers will look to bounce back from their Winnipeg trip and continue their dominance of the struggling Carolina Hurricanes.

Flyers hold off late Panthers surge

A few days away from the rink were good for the Flyers.

Not having to worry about a controversial 1-3-1 scheme, the Flyers capitalized on a team-bonding trip to Naples, FL and beat the Panthers, 3-2, Sunday afternoon.

Danny Briere got the Flyers scoring going in the 1st, potting his fifth on the season with helpers from Wayne Simmonds and James van Riemsdyk.

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.

Les Partisans Are Happy - For One Night

Philadelphia Flyers 1 Montreal Canadiens 5

It didn’t take long for Pierre Gauthier to listen to fans and the media.  Something needed to be done.  Something needed to change.  Someone needed to be held accountable for the start:  the worst start in the franchise’s history. 

So 90 minutes before the game Gauthier fired assistant coach Perry Pearn.  Pearn and coach Martin go back a long way but that relationship ended tonight and that change led to the Canadiens walking over the Flyers tonight.  That is what Gauthier would want everyone to believe!

After a long day of hearing everything from fire everybody to trade Carey Price...

Flyers Slam Lowly Sens, 7-2

The Philadelphia Flyers headed to Ottawa looking to snap a seven-game losing streak at Scotiabank Place Tuesday night. A place that had haunted the franchise seemed like a good place for a 'trap game' with the Washington Capitals awaiting on Thursday.

Game Day Preview: Flyers vs. Senators

Tonight the Flyers will head north to face the 1-4 Ottawa Senators and could be the game Sergei Bobrovsky sees his first action of the year. See all the action at 7:30 pm EST on CSN Philadelphia and SNET-E, TVA in Canada.