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Josh Janet was raised in Northern New Jersey, but by an odd set of circumstances, is a Philadelphia sports fan. While recently converted to the Phillies, Josh is a diehard Flyers fan and can be expected to stay on top of the latest NHL news.

Penalties, Lack of Offense Stifle Flyers in Game One Loss


The Philadelphia Flyers dropped Game One of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals to the New York Rangers. It was not one for the history books.
Good efforts in the defensive end contained the Rangers through two periods, but head coach Craig Berube’s game plan to dump the puck against Dan Girardi and Ryan McDonagh’s defensive pairing had only [...]

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Flyers Sign Prospect Gostisbehere to Entry Level Contract


Philadelphia Flyers fans had an opportunity on Saturday night to watch one of the organization’s top prospects win a national championship at the Wells Fargo Center. They will now have ample more opportunities to watch defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere next season- he has officially signed an entry level contract with the Flyers.
Gostisbehere returned with his teammates [...]

Flyers Sign Defenseman Andrew MacDonald to Six Year Extension


The Philadelphia Flyers announced on Tuesday morning that they have re-signed defenseman Andrew MacDonald to a six year, $30 million extension.
MacDonald, 27, was acquired at the trade deadline from the New York Islanders in exchange for second round and third round NHL Entry Draft picks. His current salary is at $550,000, but was anticipated to [...]

Flyers Prospect Gostisbehere Shines in NCAA Championship Game


Defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere was a standout for the Union College Dutchmen when they earned a berth in the Frozen Four in 2012. Gostisbehere was a 19 year-old, undrafted freshman at the time. Union would go on to lose 3-1 to the Ferris State Bulldogs.
Gostisbehere’s 5 goals and 22 points as a freshman were enough to [...]

Flyers Set for First Round Face-Off with Rangers


The Philadelphia Flyers clinched a postseason berth on Tuesday after manhandling the Florida Panthers to the tune of five goals, but their first dance partner of the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals was unknown until Saturday afternoon.
Defenseman Mark Streit scored the overtime game winner against the Pittsburgh Penguins this afternoon to secure the third position in the [...]

Zac Rinaldo Suspended For Remainder of Regular Season


The NHL Department of Player Safety announced on Monday afternoon that Philadelphia Flyers fourth liner Zac Rinaldo has been suspended for four games, or the remainder of the Flyers’ regular season.
“As the video shows, off a face-off in the Philadelphia zone, the puck comes to [Buffalo Sabres defenseman Chad] Ruhwedel at the right point as [...]

Berube Deserves Credit for Jumpstarting Lecavalier


The Philadelphia Flyers’ signing of Vinny Lecavalier in the 2013 NHL offseason came as a surprise when it was announced, but the transaction made sense on paper.
The Flyers were buying out the remainder of veteran centerman Danny Briere’s contract, and would otherwise have to rely on 22-year-old Brayden Schenn to shoulder the responsibilities of centering [...]

McGinn Recalled, Downie Day-to-Day for Flyers


The Philadelphia Flyers announced Sunday afternoon that forward Tye McGinn has been recalled from the Adirondack Phantoms.
Third line winger Steve Downie left the first period after one shift on Saturday after an accidental high hit from St. Louis Blues forward Patrik Berglund. Downie is listed as day-to-day, though his history with concussions suggests that he [...]

Flyers Ink Raffl to Two-Year Extension


The Philadelphia Flyers announced on Saturday following their 4-1 win over the St. Louis Blues that forward Michael Raffl has been signed to a two-year, $2.2 million contract extension.
Raffl, 24, signed with the Flyers last offseason as an undrafted free agent. The Austrian native was on the radar of a number of NHL teams following [...]

Meszaros Traded to Bruins for Draft Picks

Dallas Stars v Philadelphia Flyers

The Flyers acquired defenseman Andrew MacDonald from the New York Islanders yesterday. As noted then, it would be difficult to evaluate that trade until all moves before the trade deadline were finalized on Wednesday.
Just before the 3:00 p.m. deadline, the Flyers traded defenseman Andrej Meszaros to the Boston Bruins for a conditional 2014 3rd round [...]




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