The city of Philadelphia is awash in Bryce Harper mania, and the Flyers, playing their first home contest since the superstar signed with the Phillies last week, welcomed him to town with a video duri
An elderly Philadelphia Flyers fan flew onto the scene this week and became a certifiable Internet sensation after she threw a leopard-print brassiere on the ice at Wells Fargo Center after Brayden S
An elderly Philadelphia Flyers fan let her freak flag fly during Monday’s 5-3 victory over the Calgary Flames when she threw a bra onto the ice after Brayden Schenn notched his hat trick late i
While there is no way to be certain — save for an admission by the offending party himself — it certainly appeared that Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux wiped his nose (presumabl
Ron Hextall was known as the ultimate competitor during his stellar 13-year NHL career, spent mostly with the Philadelphia Flyers.
The fans spoke — more specifically, booed — and the Philadelphia Flyers listened.
The Philadelphia Flyers debuted Wells Fargo Center’s all-new, all-male ice crew during Monday night’s preseason game and to say that the fellas were greeted coldly by the fans in attendan
Helen Moser, a dedicated Philadelphia Flyers fan, celebrated her 104th birthday recently.
On Thursday, Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux owned up to his antics on Canada Day in Ottawa that led to his arrest and an evening in the clink.
One of the more amusing stories this week in the sports world was the news that Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux had been arrested in Ottawa after allegedly grabbing the buttocks of male pol
According to a report in the Ottawa Sun, Philadelphia Flyers star Claude Giroux spent the night in an Ottawa Police jail cell after an incident involving a male police officer outside The Great Canad
With the Stanley Cup Finals set to drop the puck on Wednesday night when the New York Rangers and Los Angeles Kings go toe-to-toe for the opportunity and glory of hoisting the most coveted trophy in
On Tuesday, Kozari was back on the job, working Game 6 of the Philadelphia Flyers-New York Rangers series at Wells Fargo Center, exhibiting the gnarly aftermath of the puck to the face he took just d
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With three games on the slate for Wednesday night and four more set for Thursday, leaving only the Detroit Red Wings-Boston Bruins series for a Friday start, the Stanley Cup Playoff
Granted, it’s not like the Tampa Bay Lightning and Philadelphia Flyers enjoy a bitter rivalry, nor is Tampa Bay Times Forum considered one of the more hostile arenas in the NHL, but this man de