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Broad Street Hockey Mar 6, 2019
Brian Elliott is keeping the Flyers’ playoff hopes on life support, because of course he is

Brian Elliott is keeping the Flyers’ playoff hopes on life support, because of course he is

The 33-year-old was the first of what have been eight total goalies to suit up for the Flyers this season. It’s fitting that he’s the only one left standing. The Flyers have always seemed to be the bizarro kings of NHL goaltending, and the 2018-19 season has only added to that dubious history. The new lore? Well, that’d be the NHL-record eight goalies that have started games for the Flyers in net this season. From Brian Elliott to Michal Neuvirth, Alex Lyon, Calvin Pickard, Anthony Stolarz, Mike McKenna, Cam Talbot, and Carter Hart; it’s been another strange year in net for the...
Broad Street Hockey Mar 2, 2019
They’re still in the mix

They’re still in the mix

Hopefully they put Martin Brodeur in more Enterprise commercials. I just love them! It didn’t look pretty at the beginning, but the Philadelphia Flyers ended up topping the New Jersey Devils last night with a 6-3 decision at the Prudential Center. The game was chippy and the goaltending all around wasn’t great, but Cam Talbot won his debut with the Orange and Black while both James van Riemsdyk and Travis Konecny provided a pair of two-goal games. We covered this in tonight’s postgame reaction as well as: Kurtis Gabriel being a big turd. Deciphering if half the players who played...
Broad Street Hockey Mar 2, 2019
JVR, Konecny lead Flyers in big 6-3 win over Devils

JVR, Konecny lead Flyers in big 6-3 win over Devils

But did they make up any ground in a jam-packed playoff race? Call it what you want, or call it poetic justice because on Friday night at the Prudential Center it was the Flyers going up and Devils going down. Both James van Riemsdyk and Travis Konecny scored twice, and Cam Talbot made 30 saves in his debut as the Flyers put down the rudely feisty Devils 6-3. After a sluggish start the Flyers rallied and pounced on their scoring chances to gain another huge win in the standings. But there’s more to go over in the five things we learned in the Flyers’ latest trip to the win...
Last Word on Hockey Mar 2, 2019
Philadelphia Flyers Set NHL Record With Eight Goalies: Cam Talbot

Philadelphia Flyers Set NHL Record With Eight Goalies: Cam Talbot

Tonight, during their Friday night 6-3 win against the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ, the Philadelphia Flyers set a National Hockey League record. Cam Talbot, who was recently acquired from the Edmonton Oilers on February 15th for fellow netminder Anthony Stolarz, became the eighth goalie to play this season. "It's the right opportunity," said Flyers head coach Scott Gordon. "We don't want to go back to back with goalies, do as much as we can to prevent that. It's better for the two goalies so it's the perfect opportunity for [Talbot] to get in and...
Broad Street Hockey Mar 1, 2019
Flyers at Devils game thread

Flyers at Devils game thread

Now with 100 percent more Cam Talbot. Tonight’s game begins at 7:00 p.m. ET and can be: Seen on TV locally via NBC Sports Philadelphia (or via stream on the MyTeams App) Seen on TV in Columbus via MSG+ 2 Heard on radio locally via 97.5 The Fanatic Seen or heard elsewhere via Sirius XM, NHL.tv, and NHL Center Ice Projected Flyers lineup: Forwards Giroux - Patrick - Konecny Lindblom - Couturier - Voracek van Riemsdyk - Laughton - Hartman Raffl - Knight - Varone Defensemen Provorov - Sanheim Gostisbehere - Myers Hagg - Gudas Goalies Talbot (Elliott) Projected Devils lineup...
Broad Street Hockey Mar 1, 2019
Cam Talbot makes debut as Flyers look to take care of business in New Jersey

Cam Talbot makes debut as Flyers look to take care of business in New Jersey

It’s finally here! Finally, for the first time since he was traded from the Edmonton Oilers to the Philadelphia Flyers for Anthony Stolarz, Cam Talbot will make his debut in orange and black. He’ll do so against the divisional rival New Jersey Devils, as the Flyers attempt to win the second half of their Metro Division back-to-back. New Jersey is coming in having lost their last game this past Wednesday to the Calgary Flames. This Devils season has certainly been a case of coming back down to earth. Last season, they were the surprise team out of the Eastern Conference, making the...

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