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
Philadelphia Flyers center Vincent Lecavalier was on the receiving end of some unbelievably bad luck the second period of Monday’s game against the Los Angeles Kings.
Avalanche fan in front of us. We are highly amused! pic.twitter.
Brayden Schenn suffers five-inch laceration to gut from skate, keeps playing, scores OT winner (video)
During the second period of Tuesday’s tilt between the Philadelphia Flyers and New Jersey Devils, Flyers center Brayden Schenn suffered an injury to his abdomen on a bizarre play when the skate
Philadelphia Flyers winger Scott Hartnell has joined the ranks of fellow pro athlete-turned-children’s book author Metta World Peace with the release of “Hartnelldown.
The Philadelphia Flyers helped a soldier pull off one of the most original surprise returns of all-time on Thursday night.
Happy Halloween!!! pic.twitter.com/mGABmsVemP
— Hal Gill (@Skillsy75) October 30, 2013
It may take awhile for the hockey world to come to grips with the earth-shattering news, but the magnificent curly locks rocked by Philadelphia Flyers star Scott Hartnell that have become his tradema
Entitled “The Exorcism of the 2013 Philadelphia Flyers,” this fan-made video argues, quite compellingly, that the team is somehow cursed and that it was the doings of some coven of witche
Philadelphia Flyers forward Jakub Voracek, back home in his native Czech Republic for the off-season, amazingly was able to walk away from a horrific-looking accident in which he totaled his Ferrari.
If there’s one thing about Norway and Sweden, two European neighbors who share a long border, it’s that the citizens of each country don’t much like each other.
New York Rangers defenseman Michael Del Zotto was struck in the face by a puck that deflected off his own stick late in the 3rd period in a game against the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday at the Well