Tag Archives: Philadelphia Flyers

Penalty Pileup – The Capitals Need to Clean Up The On-Ice Penalties

The Washington Capitals are committing too many penalties on the ice. Continue reading

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Braden Holtby And Carter Hart: A Developing Brotherhood With Roots In The Prairies Of Western Canada

Photo: @Byronhudtloff Wednesday night was the second showdown between the veteran and the youngster. It would go much better this time for the youngster, Flyers goalie Carter Hart, than things went in the innaugural showdown. But in the end, the … Continue reading

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Capitals Defeat Flyers, 2-1 (SO), Extend Point Streak To 13 Games

Photo: Len Redkoles/Getty Images The Washington Capitals topped the Philadelphia Flyers by a score of 2-1 in a shootout at Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday night to extend their point streak to 13 games (11-0-2). The Capitals are now five … Continue reading

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Holtby To Start, Hagelin Out, Niskanen, Gudas Square-Off For First Time Since Flip: News From Morning Skate In Philly

Photo: @Capitals The Capitals made their way to Philadelphia yesterday afternoon following practice at MedStar Capitals Iceplex. The Capitals face the Flyers tonight at Wells Fargo Center in the first of three meetings this season (full preview here). The Capitals were … Continue reading

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Washington At Philadelphia Preview: Capitals Clash With The Flyers For “Wednesday Night Hockey”

Photo: NHL.com The Washington Capitals fell in a shootout to the Arizona Coyotes on Monday night at Capital One Arena. The team heads to the City of Brotherly Love for the first of four meetings this season with the Flyers … Continue reading

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Metropolitan Division Storylines: Which Teams Are Hot, and Which Teams Are Cold? Which Players Are Leading the Points Race?

What is going on around the Metropolitan Division? Continue reading

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NHL Power Rankings: The Sabres and Oilers Surprise; The Wild are Plummeting

Ranking all 31 NHL clubs through the middle of October. Continue reading

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A Look At The Philadelphia Flyers’ New “Rage Room”

Photo: Flyers Everyone has their own ways of letting out frustration after a loss. On Tuesday, the Philadelphia Flyers announced a way fans can blow off some steam before, during or after the game in the newly created “Rage Room”. 

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2019-20 Metropolitan Division Preview

Photo: Cardiac Cane The Metropolitan Division features the Washington Capitals, the reigning division winners for the past four seasons, and the Pittsburgh Penguins, who have made the Stanley Cup Playoffs for 12 consecutive seasons (the longest active streak in the NHL). This … Continue reading

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Department of Defense: Ranking The Defensive Corps in the Metropolitan Division

It’s no secret that the Metro will be one of the strongest divisions in the NHL this season, and likely going forward. With eight teams now in a position to battle for one of the three division playoff spots, as … Continue reading

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