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Broad Street Hockey Feb 3, 2016

Wednesday Morning Fly By: Meaningless boos are meaningless.

Today's open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Philadelphia Flyers news and notes... *First game back from the break and the Flyers won hooray!! RECAP! *Bad news: Michal Neuvirth will be out of the lineup for a bit with a lower body injury. [BSH] *It's a big month for the Flyers. Either going to do some stuff or end up well out of the race. Let's go. [Inquirer] *The Flyers have had quite a lot of "next great starting goaltenders" over the course of their history. [Pattison Ave] *We're still mid-season checking things; this time, our over/under predictions made at the start...
philly.com Feb 2, 2016

Brooky: Couturier gives Flyers a faint hope

Anthony Stolarz cut an imposing figure inside the Flyers' locker room after the team's morning skate Tuesday. At 6-foot-5 and a day removed from an impressive performance in the AHL All-Star Game, the rookie goaltender got the call to the NHL after Michal Neuvirth was sidelined with an injury during practice Monday.
philly.com Feb 2, 2016

Flyers Notes: Neuvirth out seven to 10 days

Starting with Tuesday's game against visiting Montreal, the Flyers will play six games in 10 days, and because of an injury to goalie Michal Neuvirth, there is a chance Steve Mason will play in all six.
philly.com Feb 2, 2016

Michal Neuvirth injured, out 7 to 10 days; Anthony Stolarz recalled

Flyers goaltender Michal Neuvirth will miss 7 to 10 days with a lower body injury.
Broad Street Hockey Feb 2, 2016

Michal Neuvirth to miss 7-10 days with a lower body injury

The Flyers' recent run of goalie injuries continues, as this time it's Neuvirth who will miss some action with an undisclosed lower-body issue. The Flyers have gotten largely excellent goaltending this year when their two starters have been healthy, so since we're generally not allowed to have nice things when it comes to goalies here in Philadelphia, today's news may not come as much of a surprise: Per GM Ron Hextall, G Michal Neuvirth will be out a week to 10 days with a lower-body injury. → https://t.co/9gUwugxr0D — Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFlyers) February 2,...
CSN Washington Jan 31, 2016

Holtby braces himself for All-Star barrage

Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby is ready to take on the best playmakers in the world.
Japers' Rink Jan 27, 2016

Recap: Comeback Not Enough, Caps Fall to Flyers 4-3 in OT

The Washington Capitals didn't quite have enough to complete the comeback against the Philadelphia Flyers in Washington Wednesday night, losing to their rivals 4-3. Ice Tracker - Game Summary - Event Summary - Shot Report - Faceoff Summary - Play-by-Play - Home TOI - Visitor TOI - Advanced Stats at: war-on-ice, hockeystats, Natural Stat Trick and more via Nice Time On Ice Wait, there's a hockey league? In their first contest in eight days, the Capitals fell to the Philadelphia Flyers in overtime, 4-3, in a match-up that pitted your ex-boyfriend Michal Neuvirth against your current boo...
Broad Street Hockey Jan 27, 2016

Steve Mason injured, so Flyers recall Jason LaBarbera from Phantoms

Anthony Stolarz remains in Lehigh Valley. Jason LaBarbera has been recalled by the Philadelphia Flyers. He'll be the backup goaltender when the team travels to Washington, D.C. to take on the Capitals tonight. The recall is due to an injury to goaltender Steve Mason, who the team says is day-to-day with a lower-body injury. That means Michal Neuvirth will get the start against the Caps, his former team, on Wednesday. You might be asking yourself: why call up LaBarbera instead of AHL All-Star Anthony Stolarz? There are likely a few reasons: The Flyers don't play again until next week,...
Broad Street Hockey Jan 25, 2016

Flyers vs. Bruins recap: Top line effort not enough as Flyers fall late

It was time for another third period comeback for the Philadelphia Flyers, but despite tying the game, a late goal from Brett Connolly gave the team their third straight loss. Back in December, the Philadelphia Flyers began to establish a reputation as a third period team, capable of improbable comebacks and unlikely wins. Recently, the pendulum has started to swing the other way. Though a Wayne Simmonds tally in the third period tied the contest at 2-2, Brett Connolly was able to deflect a point shot past Flyers goalie Michal Neuvirth with only 1:54 left, giving the Bruins a 3-2 victory...
Broad Street Hockey Jan 19, 2016

The Philadelphia Flyers might have the best goaltending in the NHL

Yep. You read that right. Halfway through the 2015-16 NHL season, the Philadelphia Flyers find themselves in the thick of the playoff race. As we noted back in late November, the team's goaltending has been one of the major reasons why a limited Flyers squad has stayed in contention. Rather than regress since November, the goaltending tandem of Steve Mason and Michal Neuvirth has only improved, particularly at even strength. In fact, a strong case can be made that no team has received better five-on-five goaltending than the Philadelphia Flyers so far this season. ICYMI I was up late last...
Broad Street Hockey Jan 17, 2016

Flyers at Red Wings recap: Maybe shootouts are actually good ... ?

A crazy affair that saw several penalties and two goals reviewed ultimately went the Flyers' way, as they wrapped up three points on the weekend by conquering their old nemesis: the shootout. What if we got it all wrong and shootouts, instead of being bad, are actually good? We're not prepared to go that far after this evening. But one of the more wild 2-1 hockey contests you'll ever see ended up falling the Flyers' way, as a great performance when it mattered by the team's two top forwards and another fantastic performance by Michal Neuvirth gave the Flyers a win in a place where they...
philly.com Jan 13, 2016

Neuvirth is Flyers' pick as team MVP

The Flyers' MVP of the first half of the season is - backup goalie Michal Neuvirth. At least that was the result of an informal survey in the locker room Wednesday before the Flyers reached the season's halfway point by facing Boston.

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