PHILADELPHIA — Petr Mrazek showed just why the Flyers traded for him.
PHILADELPHIA — Suddenly short-handed, the Philadelphia Flyers aren't going to let a few injuries stop them.
PHILADELPHIA — Philadelphia Flyers forward Wayne Simmonds will be out for 2-to-3 weeks after suffering an upper-body injury in Sunday's win over the New York Rangers.
No one expected the Flyers to blossom as quickly as they have, but they are a stunning 22-8-3 since they ended a 10-game losing streak in early December and, with some breaks down the road, could make some noise in the Stanley Cup playoffs.
GANGNEUNG, South Korea — Tony Granato knew going into the Olympics Ryan Zapolski would be his goaltender and the college kids on the Team USA roster would be counted on to supply offense.
PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Flyers have acquired goaltender Petr Mrazek from the Detroit Red Wings for two conditional draft picks.
NEW YORK — Pressed into action after Flyers starter Michal Neuvirth left with a lower-body injury, rookie goaltender Alex Lyon was confident at Madison Square Garden.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Philadelphia Flyers were glad to finally end their long losing streak in Columbus.
The Flyers have lost four straight, but they believe their dominating third period — which enabled them to salvage a point in Saturday’s 4-3 shootout loss to lowly Ottawa at the Wells Fargo Center — will have a carryover effect.
NEWARK — Nico Hischier scored on a deflection with 1:27 to play and the New Jersey Devils rallied to beat the Philadelphia Flyers 4-3 on Thursday night.
Veteran goalie Michal Neuvirth, who had been battling a stomach virus, returned to the Philadelphia Flyers’ practice Tuesday in Voorhees and is ready to face his former team, the Washington Capitals, on Wednesday.
Despite a 5-1 loss to Tampa Bay on Thursday, the Flyers go into the all-star break feeling good about themselves.
Left winger Michael Raffl will be able to play Thursday, and goalie Michal Neuvirth will make the start as the Flyers host Tampa Bay in their final game before the all-star break.
PHILADELPHIA — The Flyers appeared to be ruining the feel-good atmosphere created by the stirring pregame ceremony Thursday night in which Eric Lindros’ No. 88 was retired.
PHILADELPHIA — Nearly 17 years after a bitter breakup, the Philadelphia Flyers retired Eric Lindros’ jersey on Thursday night in a stirring tribute to the Hall of Fame center.
NEW YORK — Eric Lindros will become immortalized by the Flyers before Thursday’s home game against Toronto.
After becoming the 10th coach in Flyers history to reach the 100-win mark, Dave Hakstol deflected the attention.
Flip the calendar back to June, and there was a fierce debate as to which player should be selected No. 1 overall in the NHL draft: Nolan Patrick or Nico Hischier.
Winger Tyrell Goulbourne was set to make his NHL debut — and give the Philadelphia Flyers some much-needed physicality — before weather-related travel problems in Toronto prevented him from getting to the Wells Fargo Center in time for Thursday’s 6-4 win over the Islanders.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Pierre-Luc DuBois had not scored a shootout goal in his entire career.
In the spirit of the holidays, here are some gifts that should be handed out to those connected to the Flyers:
EDMONTON, Alberta — The Philadelphia Flyers hope it's the start of an impressive turnaround.
Dave Hakstol, a tight-lipped fellow from Alberta whose tenure here has not been marked by wild bursts of laughter, is the 19th head coach in Philadelphia Flyers history.