The Rangers' Slow-Motion Collapse Is Becoming An Annual Event

The standing ovation the Flyers received at the end of last night's first period was not entirely deserved. Through 20 minutes they'd been pretty well pushed around, getting outpossessed at even strength to the tune of 18 shot attempts to just 11 (37.9 percent). That, in hockey, doesn't sound like much, but it's… » 4/30/14 11:32am 4/30/14 11:32am

Vinny Lecavalier Hit Both Posts And The Crossbar

The Flyers center saw his second-period shot rim out last night. "I couldn't believe it," Lecavalier said. "I don't think I've ever seen three posts–I've seen two." Given that Philly lost by a goal and fell—at least for now—into third in the Metro, those bad bounces could be particularly costly ones. » 3/25/14 10:31am 3/25/14 10:31am

Flyers Fight Dirty In Another Line Brawl With The Capitals

Bad blood from one of the ugliest brawls of the season finally spilled over in Philly last night, as the Flyers and Caps engaged in a melee that featured a player shoving another while he was done, three guys jumping one, and Wayne Simmonds holding John Erskine from behind while Vinny Lecavlier punched him in the face. » 3/06/14 9:02am 3/06/14 9:02am

After A Career Of Eating Headshots, Gino Odjick Is Not Doing Well

Newspapers in Canada this week have been reporting that Gino Odjick — the former left-winger for the Canucks, Islanders, Flyers and Canadiens — spent the past several days in the psychiatric unit of a hospital in Quebec. He's apparently well enough to retweet well-wishers' regards ("Sending love to The Chief") but… » 12/04/13 11:25pm 12/04/13 11:25pm