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Flyers' Gudas ready to return; Mason struggling - Dec 9, 2015

Questions surround Lecavalier; Flyers face streaking Isles - Dec 8, 2015

Vinny Lecavalier, who has been a healthy scratch most of the season, is apparently injured.

Gudas' impact on Flyers surpasses his 'goon' rep - Dec 6, 2015

For the first time this season, a huge crowd of reporters gathered around Radko Gudas' locker Thursday, waiting for the Flyers' rugged defenseman to leave the ice after practice.

Ryan White "You guys waiting for Ogie Ogilthorpe?"
Claude Giroux "He's played very well for us, He moves the puck very well, and obviously his physical play is very good."
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Flyers fall to Blue Jackets, ending four-game winning streak - Dec 5, 2015

Steve Mason turned to his left and then to his right as the goal lamp flashed behind him. It was as if the Flyers goalie could not believe Nick Foligno's second-period shot had zipped past him and into the net during Saturday night's 4-1 loss to Columbus.

Steve Mason "It was one of those nights, We didn't have the overall game that we need to win a hockey game. That's why we're coming out on the losing end."
Luke Schenn "Not enough fight, We weren't winning the battles. We weren't winning the races to the puck. Therefore, we spent a ton of time in our end and hung Mason out to dry a little bit. We didn't play well enough in front of him."
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Flyers' Neuvirth, Mason pushing each other; Nick Cousins' scare - Dec 4, 2015

Flyers beat Rangers for second straight win - Nov 28, 2015

NEW YORK - The Flyers, their injury list growing, registered their first two-game winning streak in five weeks, thanks to an impressive victory Saturday afternoon - at Madison Square Garden, of all places.

Steve Mason "We were the hungrier team out there,"
Steve Mason "It feels good. It was an entire team effort,"
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Simmonds, Mason spark Flyers' 3-0 win over Rangers - Nov 28, 2015

NEW YORK — Wayne Simmonds had two goals and an assist and Steve Mason made 24 saves and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the New York Rangers 3-0 Saturday. The shutout was Philadelphia's league-leading fourth this season. Reserve goaltender Michal Neuvirth has Philadelphia's other three shutouts. Sean...

Shaking up lineup works for Flyers - Nov 27, 2015

Nick Cousins called up from Lehigh Valley to play center, moving Scott Laughton to left wing.

Flyers shake up lineup for Black Friday matinée - Nov 27, 2015

When the Flyers announced this morning that winger Taylor Leier had been returned to the AHL's Lehigh Valley Phantoms and Nick Cousins was recalled, it was obvious they were going to tinker with some things in Friday's game - a 3:30 p.m. start - against the Nashville Predators.

Charter-flying Flyers feel safe but still think about security - Nov 24, 2015

VOORHEES – Security for charter airplanes is considered much tighter than what commercial aviation has to offer, but that doesn't mean the Flyers don't think about it when they travel.In light of recent developments around the world, the skies aren't seen as quite so friendly.The Flyers fly a lot...

Flyers' Dave Hakstol eager to see improvement - Nov 24, 2015

The head coach is enjoying his first season but says he and the team need to get better.

Steve Mason "You just have to keep building and building in order to get back into the playoff picture, You gotta start putting some streaks together and (Monday) night was a good win and we just have to keep building on it. You have to be a consistent team every single night."

Flyers' Mason to test Barclays sightlines; Leach tells his inspiring story - Nov 24, 2015

Steve Mason "I've read some articles about it, and it's not the most standard hockey arena, It was built for basketball."
Steve Mason "try to get the bearings down and figure out the sightlines because it's going to be a little bit of a different visual impact. Most arenas these days are, for the most part, cookie-cutter."
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NHL Power Rankings: Bleacher Report Experts' Week 8 Poll - Nov 23, 2015

We have a new No. 1 team in our weekly power rankings. There's actually quite a bit of movement this week. Several teams made big jumps; a few others had steep declines. Five different teams within three points of 30th overall have impressive records in their last 10 games. At the top of the standings, Dallas, New York and Montreal are in fierce competition for first. In between, there's all kids

Flyers continue offensive woes with 1-0 loss to Sharks in overtime - Nov 20, 2015

Flyers put up a strong defensive effort, but again fail to find the net.

Steve Mason "Coming in, the guy has a shooting lane, That's my responsibility first and foremost is to take the shot. You do everything you can to get across if the pass is able to get through the defender. Unfortunately, they made a pretty nice hockey play."
Wayne Simmonds "I don't know if you take solace, You got to put the puck in the back of the net, obviously. I thought we played a good game. I thought we played really good, actually. But we didn't score goals. That's what happens when you don't score."
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New OT format gets mixed reviews from Flyers - Nov 19, 2015

But the three-on-three is here to stay, as evidenced by its inclusion in the All-Star Game.

Wayne Simmonds "I'm in the middle, I've had some good ones and I've had some bad ones."
Steve Mason "It's wild out there, Chances at both ends. You're on your toes the whole time. It goes both ways. You make a save, the rebound kicks out and the other team is caught."
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Flyers' defenseman Medvedev scratched for second game in a row - Nov 17, 2015

After missing five games with an injury, Evgeny Medvedev did not play well in his return. He has scratched the last two games.

Steve Mason "It was up in the air (Monday), Different circumstances, but it doesn't really affect me. You prepare every single night as if you're going to be playing the games, regardless of the situation. (Monday) night was no different."

Neuvirth keeping heat on Mason in goalie competition - Nov 10, 2015

The more Michal Neuvirth plays, the more the Flyers goalie says his confidence grows. And that confidence could continue to blossom as Neuvirth stakes his claim for more playing time.

Michal Neuvirth "I don't worry about anything, I just worry about stopping pucks."
Steve Mason "It's not making me sweat, It's just motivation because that's a fun place to be in, where he's at."

Predators Recall Mazanec from Milwaukee - Nov 9, 2015

Nashville, Tenn. (November 9, 2015) – Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced Monday that the club has recalled goaltender Marek Mazanec from Milwaukee (AHL) on emergency conditions and placed forwa...

Willes: Canucks kids come through with flying colours - Nov 3, 2015

When the Vancouver Canucks announced Jared McCann and Jake Virtanen would stick with the team, the faithful rejoiced because it felt like the future had arrived ahead of schedule and that future looked like a glorious and exciting thing.

Flyers drop fourth in a row with 4-1 loss to Canucks - Nov 3, 2015

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Jake Virtanen scored his first NHL goal and Ryan Miller made 27 saves as the Vancouver Canucks beat the Philadelphia Flyers 4-1 on Monday night. Bo Horvat had a goal and an assist, and Jannik Hansen and Matt Bartkowksi also scored for Vancouver. Claude Giroux...

Flyers hope to stike gold in NHL draft lottery - Apr 17, 2015

Fourteen teams will be in the NHL draft lottery Saturday night, and one will emerge with the chance to select a center viewed as a franchise-changing player, Connor McDavid.

Steve Mason "It would definitely be a nice present,"

Craig Berube ousted despite players' support - Apr 17, 2015

If Steve Mason meant what he said, this should not have happened. If the goalie’s support Monday of coach Craig Berube was sincere, then there was no good reason for Flyers general manager Ron Hextall to do what he did Friday.

Steve Mason "Guys really enjoy playing for him,"

Flyers facing long odds in draft lottery - Apr 17, 2015

Unless you're into playing 16-1 shots over at Parx Racing, you probably shouldn't get too excited about the Flyers' chances in Saturday night's NHL lottery drawing.

Flyers' Ron Hextall defends handling of goalie Steve Mason - Apr 16, 2015

The Flyers general manager says he doesn't think coach Craig Berube mishandled the starting goalie this season.

Why Hextall should surprise everyone and keep Berube - Apr 13, 2015

If the Flyers fire Craig Berube this week - and the drumbeat emanating from Ice Station Groundhog is certainly familiar - the lucky new coach, whomever he is, will be the team's 10th in the last 20 years.

One final loss caps Flyers' frustrating season - Apr 11, 2015

PHILADELPHIA – It ended the way it started. With a loss.

Flyers' disappointing season ends with loss to Senators - Apr 11, 2015

The Flyers can go golfing. The Ottawa Senators can go compete for the Stanley Cup. Ottawa, sparked by rookie Mark Stone's 25th and 26th goals of the season, clinched a playoff berth with a 3-1 win over the Flyers on Saturday afternoon at the church-quiet Wells Fargo Center.

Mark Streit "Against non-playoff teams, I thought we didn't initiate the play enough, We didn't force our game on the other team. . . . Definitely not enough emotions into the game, and that's something that's got to change. It's easy to get going for the Pittsburghs and the Rangers of this world, but you have to play everybody [hard], and every point can be crucial at the end of the season."

Ottawa Senators clinch playoff berth, knock off Philadelphia Flyers 3-1 [Photos] - Apr 11, 2015

The Senators wrote their own version of Philadelphia Freedom Saturday afternoon ... a ticket to the playoffs.

Kyle Turris "What an unbelievable run and now the fun part begins, It's going to be a great couple of days to get ready."

It's simple: The Flyers need more talent - Apr 11, 2015

Jake Voraceck started from behind the Flyers' net and weaved his way through the middle of their defensive zone, Steve Mason standing not 15 feet from him, Ottawa's Mark Stone lurking. There were just more than eight minutes left in the Flyers' 82d game, and the two players who before Saturday had been the team's best and most valuable were about to tie a fitting bow on this forgettable season.

Flyers shut down by Senators in season finale, 3-1 - Apr 11, 2015

Steve Mason "A pretty empty feeling,"
Mark Streit "Against non-playoff teams, I thought we didn't initiate the play enough, We didn't force our game on the other team. . . . Definitely not enough emotions into the game, and that's something that's got to change. It's easy to get going for the Pittsburghs and the Rangers of this world, but you have to play everybody [hard], and every point can be crucial at the end of the season."
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