Braydon Coburn

Firsts and Lasts of the Spectrum
The Flyers played their first home game in the Spectrum against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Oct. 19, 1967 and claimed a 1-0 victory. For the next 29 seasons, the Flyers called the Spectrum home, before the concept of a new state-of-the-art arena came to be and the then-named CoreStates Center was built in time for the 1996-97 season.
Series in Review: Flyers-Penguins 2012
From a Game 1 comeback win to a wide-open and rowdy final five games that featured tons of scoring and plenty of animosity, the Flyers 2012 series against the Pittsburgh Penguins defined the rivalry perfectly. Our Series in Review series continues with a look at the 2012 matchup between the Flyers and Penguins.
The Best Flyers Players of the Decade
We will look back at some of the top players of the decade for the Flyers, where there are certainly some obvious standouts that have cemented their place in franchise history. We will list five forwards, five defensemen and three goalies.
How Did Hextall do at Deadline?
VOORHEES – Ron Hextall’s phone was getting extra work the past few days as he saw what the market was like in his first trade deadline as general manager of the Flyers. It got worked in his office just before Monday’s 3 p.m. deadline came and he told other league GMs he wasn’t interested in a last-minute deal...
Flyers Mailbag
The popular discussion among Flyers fans, certainly as evidenced by the questions in this on-the-fly #FlyersMailbag edition, is about Nick Schultz.

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