DEVIL IN THE DETAILS
PHILADELPHIA – If in fact this was the last time the Flyers faced long-time nemesis Martin Brodeur, it will certainly go down as a memorable outcome.
And not because the Flyers won, they didn’t They lost 2-1. Not because Brodeur was especially br... Continue reading →
Flyers furious over non-goal call
PHILADELPHIA — The Flyers were left on the ice, incensed at referee Tom Kowal. Their general manager was more than 1,000 miles away in Boca Raton, Fla., in part to make the same argument. Paul Holmgren was attending the general … Continue reading → Continue reading →
Philadelphia Flyers, New Jersey Devils Preview
As the 2013-14 season begins to wind down, the race for the playoffs only gets better. Tuesday night at the Wells Fargo Center, the Philadelphia Flyers will host the New Jersey Devils for the fourth and final time this season. While the stakes are high, Flyers fans should take a moment and realize they could […]Philadelphia Flyers, New Jersey Devils Preview - Broad Street Buzz - Broad Street Buzz - A Philadelphia Flyers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Flyers recall F Chris VandeVelde
The Flyers announced that they have recalled forward Chris VandeVelde from their AHL affiliate, the Adirondack Phantoms, according to general manager Paul Holmgren.
VandeVelde will be available for tonight's Flyers-Devils game at the Wells Farg... Continue reading →
Flyers vs Devils preview March 11
Highlights & Analysis from the Flyers and Devils morning skate.
Rink Rats: March 11, 2014
Happy Wednesday, Philadelphia Flyers fans! Here are the latest rumblings around the National Hockey League: ; Rich Peverley update. The New York Islanders stunned the Vancouver Canucks by scoring seven goals in the third period Continue reading →
FIVE THINGS: Flyers vs New Jersey Devils
Philadelphia Flyers (33-24-7--73pts)
New Jersey Devils (28-24-13-69pts)
TIME: 7 p.m. TV: CSN RADIO: 97.5 The Fanatic
1. LATELY THE TEAMS…
The Flyers enter tonight's game having recorded a point in their last four games, going 3-0-1 and e... Continue reading →
Flyers Gameday: 3/11/14 vs. New Jersey
FLYERS VS. DEVILS GAME PREVIEW (7:30 A.M. EST)
Needing a win to potentially move back into second place in the Metropolitan Division, the Philadelphia Flyers (33-24-7) are at home tonight to take on the New Jersey Devils (28-24-13). Game time at the Wells Fargo Center is 7:00 p.m. EST. The match will be televised locally on CSN Philadelphia.
This is the fourth and final meeting of the season Continue readi...
Game 65: Flyers — Devils GAMEDAY
Tonight: New Jersey Devils (28-24-13) at Flyers (33-24-7) Site: Wells Fargo Center Time: 7 p.m. TV: Comcast SportsNet (Jim Jackson, Bill Clement and Steve Coates) Radio: 97.5 FM, The Fanatic (Tim Saunders & Chris Therien) Last game: After a dreadful … Continue reading → Continue reading →
Steve Downie comments March 9
Steve Downie talks about playing discipline hockey down the stretch.
Craig Berube comments March 9
Craig Berube talks about the Flyers not looking too far ahead to the Penguins.
Wayne Simmonds comments March 9
Wayne Simmonds talks about not looking too far ahead and facing the Devils.
Ray Emery commentsMarch 9
Ray Emery talks about getting closer to a return from injury.
Pharm Stories: Adirondack Phantoms Suffer Tough Week
You know how the Philadelphia Flyers have been one of the hottest teams in the National Hockey League lately? Of course you do! They’re good Continue reading →
Rink Rats: March 10, 2014
Happy Monday, Philadelphia Flyers fans! Here are the latest rumblings around the National Hockey League: ; On behalf of the entire Broad Street Buzz family, I would like to extend our deepest condolences to the Stajan family. Want to see a gif of Claude Giroux alley-ooping to Wayne Simmonds? Duh, of course you do Continue reading →
Flyers to unveil Fred Shero Statue on Saturday
The Philadelphia Flyers will memorialize legendary hall of fame coach Fred Shero, who led two Flyers teams to Stanley Cup Championships (1974 and 1975), with an eight-foot tall, 1300-pound bronze statue at XFINITY Live! The statue will be unveiled... Continue reading →
Ray Emery Update
The last time Ray Emery was on the ice handling shots for more than five minutes was Feb. 27 during the Flyers 7-3 blowout loss to San Jose.
He tried last Monday and had to quit early because he groin pull was bothering him too much.
Emery returned to the net today for his first Flyers practice in more than 11 days and handled things well.
Not well enough to play, though. Steve Mason wil Continue reading
Berube in no rush to give Mason a rest
VOORHEES — Steve Mason has continued his routine for weeks now. He is the first one on the ice before practice with goalie coach Jeff Reese. They work on rebound control while Mason is down in the butterfly. They keep … Continue reading → Continue reading →
Meltzer’s Musings: Monday Quick Hits, Gordie Howe’s Son and More
MONDAY QUICK HITS
* The Flyers will hold practice Monday morning at the Skate Zone in Voorhees in preparation for tomorrow night's game against New Jersey at the Wells Fargo Center. By virtue of the New York Rangers' 3-0 shutout win over Detroit on Sunday afternoon, the Flyers have dropped to third place in the Metropolitan Divison; one point behind New York with a game in hand. I will have a p