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Flyers-Devils: Postgame Review
It's a game where the scoreboard doesn't tell the whole story. The Flyers 3-0 loss to the New Jersey Devils on Thursday night was much closer than the final score. That said, it was also a game that could be summed up in three words: That's. So. Flyers.
Flyers-Panthers: Postgame Review
For the Flyers, it's a game that should serve as a lesson. They did not play well in the second period, certainly not well enough to put any pressure on the opposing goalie through 40 minutes. The 20-minute push in the third was great, but it was too little, too late on this night.
Flyerdelphia Podcast: On the Rise
Things are looking up for the Flyers after wins in three of four games on the road trip and two wins to open up a five-game homestand. Join Kevin Durso and Dan Heaning as they look at the Flyers progress and the schedule ahead.
Flyers-Blackhawks: Postgame Review
The top line took care of the offense, with Sean Couturier scoring twice and Claude Giroux scoring a goal and adding two assists, and Brian Elliott had his best game in net this season. That led the Flyers to a third straight win and fifth in the last six games, continuing their recent surge.
Flyers-Coyotes: Postgame Review
Some typical flaws showed up again on Thursday night and nearly cost the Flyers two points. Instead, a frantic rally and another game-winner in overtime from Ghost earned two points in a wild win over the Arizona Coyotes.
Flyers Can Make Play for Nylander, But Will They?
Toronto GM Kyle Dubas was in attendance at the game between the Flyers and Colorado Avalanche on Oct. 22, certainly helping fuel rumors involving William Nylander. In the event that things come to a head with Nylander, the Maple Leafs may explore a trade. And the Flyers could very well be a suitor.
Is It Time for the Flyers to Make a Change?
There are times now where it seems Flyers head coach Dave Hakstol has given up on trying to find the positive spin on games, sounding more like a coach defeated than a coach with an overabundance of positivity. Maybe that’s because there is nowhere to hide anymore. Is it time for a change?

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