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3/13/13: An early season slump which saw the Philadelphia Flyers drop six of their first eight games put the team in a big hole and they now find themselves scrambling to get back in contention for the Eastern Conference playoffs. The Flyers did manage to knock off Buffalo the other night, after losing three-straight. A big home and home stretch with the New York Rangers this week should provide some insight on the outlook for the rest of the year. Jakub Voracek has provided some scoring for the Flyers, putting together 29 points via 12 goals and 17 assists, while Claude Giroux has also dished out 17 assists, scoring eight goals himself. Ilya Bryzgalov has had to shoulder much of the goaltending duty this year, starting 25 games and putting together a .899 save percentage. Philly needs some big wins in the coming weeks to get back in the thick of things and make a push for the playoffs. If not, at least the Eagles hired Chip Kelly.
10/4/12: When the lockout started several European born NHL players quickly signed with teams overseas. For the Philadelphia Flyers that included goalie Ilya Bryzgalov who signed with the KHL and CSKA Moskva. He has played in one game so far and allowed four goals and a troublesome save percentage of .867. Flyers fans surely will hope that Bryzgalov is just working out the off season rust and that his numbers will improve by the time he returns to the NHL. As the lockout lingers we are starting to see American and Canadian players head overseas as well. There are rumors that Flyers star Claude Giroux is looking for a team in Sweden to play for.
9/27/12: Philadelphia Flyers much maligned goalie Ilya Bryzgalov has returned to Russia to play hockey during the NHL lockout. Bryzgalov signed a contract with CSKA Moskva to play during the labor dispute. He joins Pavel Datsyuk of the Detroit Red Wings as big named NHL players on the Moskva roster. Bryzgalov has yet to appear in a game on the young KHL season. The Flyers signed Bryzgalov last off season to a huge $5.6 million dollar contract and he had an up and down year. He was pretty good during the regular season but struggled and was inconsistent in the playoffs.
8/16/12: With the possibility of a lock out looming in the NHL many teams have been scrambling to get their top draft picks under contract. The Philadelphia Flyers are among those and were able to lock up their top draft pick Scott Laughton to an entry level contract. The 18 year-old Laughton was the selected with the 20th pick of the first round and Philadelphia is hoping that the center will soon be headed to the NHL. Last season he scored 64 points for the Oshawa Generals of the Ontario Hockey League. If there is a lock out Laughton will most likely return to Oshawa to play.
7/26/12: The Philadelphia Flyers swung for the fences this week as they signed Nashville Predators defenseman Shea Weber to a 14 year, multi-million dollar contract daring the Predators to match. Since Weber was a restricted free agent Nashville could keep him but would have to honor the contract the Flyers worked out. The hockey world watched the drama unfold all week as Nashville took all the time allotted to them before finally matching the offer. Weber would have been a great fit for the Flyers as he is a fierce player who plays the physical game that the Flyers love.
5/3/12: The Flyers won the first game of their second round Stanley Cup Playoff series against the New Jersey Devils in overtime as playoff star Danny Briere scored the game winner. Hoping to ride that momentum into Game 2 the Flyers took an early lead and then quit playing. The Devils turned up the pressure and heavily outshot the Flyers the remainder of the game. They found the back of the net as well as they evened up the series with a 4-1 victory. The best-of-seven now heads to the Garden State for two more games.
4/26/12: The Philadelphia Flyers advanced to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs this week by vanquishing their hated rivals the Pittsburgh Penguins. In Game 6 Flyers star Claude Giroux got them rolling on his first shift when he flattened Penguins captain Sidney Crosby and scored the game's first goal thirty seconds later. It was all Flyers after that as the Penguins spirit was crushed. They await the winner of several Game 7's in the other series this week to see who their second round opponent will be. With some of the upsets that have occurred the Flyers may be moving up to be one of the favorites to win the Stanley Cup.
Philadelphia Flyers Tickets - Team History
Philadelphia Flyers tickets allow fans the opportunity to see one of the rising franchises in the NHL's Eastern Conference. Established in 1967, the Flyers absolutely dominated the 1970's and brought the Stanley Cup to the City of Brotherly Love in back-to-back seasons. The Flyers play their games at Wells Fargo Center and have called the venue home since it was opened in 1996. Watch as the Flyers add to their legacy and work to bring their third Stanley Cup to Philly!
Philadelphia Flyers Tickets - Season Info
The Philadelphia Flyers have certainly given fans plenty to cheer about in recent years. After making it to the Eastern Conference Finals in two of the past three seasons, the Flyers are rebounding well following their bitter loss to the Stanley Cup winning Chicago Blackhawks in 2010. With a roster stocked with talented players like Jeff Carter, Daniel Briere, Chris Pronger and Mike Richards, the Flyers are poised to make another deep playoff run in 2011.
Philadelphia Flyers Tickets - The Players
The Flyers were likely the most active team in the NHL during the 2011 offseason. They started the offseason with a bang, trading away both Jeff Carter and Mike Richards to Columbus and Los Angeles, respectively. Carter was traded for the young, talented Jakub Voracek and two draft picks. Mike Richards was traded to the Kings for Brayden Schenn and Wayne Simmonds. Schenn is one of the NHL's top prospects and is sure to be a star some day soon. The Flyers also added several pieces via free agency, including Ilya Bryzgalov and former-MVP Jaromir Jagr. The Flyers will be an exciting team to watch this season!
Philadelphia Flyers Tickets -Ticket Information
Philadelphia Flyers tickets ensure that fans see the Flyers playing top contenders throughout the entire NHL season. The Flyers have a great shot at winning first place in the Atlantic Division. With matchups against great teams like the Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Rangers and non-divisional meetings with Alex Ovechkin's Washington Capitals, the Flyers are sure to be tested all season long. Grab your Flyers' tickets now and don't miss the action!
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FLYERS SCORES1 win, 5 losses (16.7%)
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