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Calgary’s Johnny Gaudreau late goals, stuns Flyers

Flyers are knocked off by the Calgary Flames 6-5 in overtime after two goals in the final minutes of regulation.

SugarHouse opening Philly’s first sports book on Thursday

Excitement was in the air as officials put the finishing touches on what will be the first legalized sports-betting parlor in Philadelphia.

SugarHouse opening Philly’s first sports book on Thursday

Excitement was in the air as officials put the finishing touches on what will be the first legalized sports-betting parlor in Philadelphia.

In hiring Brent Flahr, new Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher is reunited with his right-hand man

Brent Flahr will face both familiarities with Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher and Flyers scouts as he takes on new role as assistant general manager.

In hiring Brent Flahr, new Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher is reunited with his right-hand man

Brent Flahr will face both familiarities with Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher and Flyers scouts as he takes on new role as assistant general manager.

Flyers' new sheriff keeping it holstered -- for now

`I’m not going to come in with guns a-blazing,’’ Chuck Fletcher says. "But I do think you have to look for opportunities to improve your team."

Flyers' new sheriff keeping it holstered -- for now

`I’m not going to come in with guns a-blazing,’’ Chuck Fletcher says. "But I do think you have to look for opportunities to improve your team."
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New Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher names Princeton grad Brent Flahr as an assistant GM

Fletcher selected Flahr because of his familiarity with him. When Fletcher was the Wild’s general manager, Flahr was his assistant.

For Flyers' Michael Raffl, getting sick meant getting better

After a nasty injury, Hard work has paid off in a climb up the depth chart for the 30-year-old left wing, who was bumped up to a second line for Wednesday’s game against the red-hot Calgary Flames.

Flyers start Western Canada swing looking to repeat run from last year (good luck with that)

Last year, a trip to Western Canada changed the Flyers' season. This year? Stay tuned.

New Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher sends message by recalling Phil Varone from Phantoms

Chuck Fletcher's message to those playing for his top minor-league affiliate: If you deserve a promotion and someone on the Flyers isn’t producing, you will get your chance.

Comcast Spectacor hires Valerie Camillo, a Washington Nationals exec, to head business operations for Wells Fargo Center, Flyers

Comcast Spectacor hired Valerie Camillo to head business operations for Wells Fargo and the Flyers. It says she is one of the very few top women executives at an NHL franchise.

Goalie Brian Elliott may return on Flyers' trip through Western Canada

The goalie, who hasn't played since Nov. 15, is on the five-game road swing with the team.

Michal Neuvirth, back from injury, gets shelled as Flyers lose to Winnipeg

The 30-year-old goalie allowed three goals on 10 shots and got pulled for Anthony Stolarz.

Flyers need new assistant coach Rick Wilson to get Ivan Provorov, ‘Ghost’ back on track | Sam Carchidi

Rick Wilson is a hockey lifer with the job of rebooting the defense, especially Provorov and Gostisbehere, stars last season whose decline in the first two months this year has been startling.

Claude Giroux, James van Riemsdyk key Flyers' comeback win over Buffalo Sabres

Claude Giroux and James van Riemsdyk led the Flyers, extending their point streak to three games.

Sean Couturier injured and out of Flyers’ lineup; Anthony Stolarz making 4th straight start

Top-line center Sean Couturier, who is tied for the Flyers' lead with 10 goals, will miss Saturday afternoon’s game in Buffalo because of an undisclosed lower-body injury.

Flyers prospect Carter Hart registers his first pro shutout, leads Phantoms past Hershey, 1-0

“I’m just following the puck,” Hart said. “My body kind of goes with it, so I’m just trying to stay on top of the puck and track it down.”

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Flyers hope to fix some things on long road trip to Buffalo, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver

It’s a similar trip to the one last December in which this team rose from the ashes and ultimately into the playoffs.

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Flyers' penalty kill trends upward against Columbus, but power play continues to struggle

The Flyers have now killed 14 penalties in a row, including five in Thursday's game against Columbus.

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