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Flyers at Capitals recap: Hockey team tumbles into bye week

Flyers at Capitals recap: Hockey team tumbles into bye week

Four goals in five minutes in the third period leave fans stunned as the Flyers find new ways to lose. 24 hours ago the Philadelphia Flyers played a game they would most likely want to never think about again. Today, the Flyers made some changes from their lineup in Boston. Shayne Gostisbehere made his return to the lineup after being a healthy scratch yesterday afternoon. Brandon Manning found himself watching the game from above as he was the scratch of the day. Steve Mason also returned between the pipes after backing up Michal Neuvirth in Boston None of this would matter, though, as...
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Jan 14, 2017

Brad Marchand records 5-point night in win over Flyers

When Bruins winger Brad Marchand is feeling it offensively, the whole league feels it. Today’s victim: Michal Neuvirth and the rest of the Flyers in a 6-3 victory for the Black and Gold, due in large part to a five-point night from the 5-foot-9 agitator-turned-sniper. “That’s the word I use when I talk about Brad […]
philly.com Jan 13, 2017

Flyers' Neuvirth hoping to get on a roll

After a strong relief performance in Thursday's shootout win over Vancouver, Flyers goalie Michal Neuvirth is feeling good about himself.
CSN Philly Jan 13, 2017

Hakstol pushed right buttons in tricky spot in Flyers' win over Canucks

Dave Hakstol pushed the right buttons in the Flyers' 5-4 win over the Canucks, subbing in Michal Neuvirth for Steve Mason and again switching his lines. By Tim Panaccio

Neuvirth earns a start after saving the day for Flyers

Meanwhile, Steve Mason is having a tough time.
CSN Philly Jan 13, 2017

Flyers' Neuvirth comes off bench to 'shut the door' in win over Canucks

BOX SCOREFlyers coach Dave Hakstol has been pushing a lot of different buttons trying to find the right combination to get his
CSN Philly Jan 12, 2017

Instant Replay: Flyers 5, Canucks 4 (SO)

Michal Neuvirth relieved Steve Mason to start the third period and turned in a solid effort to help the Flyers notch a 5-4 shootout win over the Canucks. By Tom Dougherty
CSN Philly Jan 7, 2017

Michal Neuvirth solid in 1st game back from injury, but it 'wasn't easy'

Probably the very last thing goaltender Michal Neuvirth needed Saturday against a team that had won six of the last nine head-to-head meetings was a game
philly.com Jan 7, 2017

Will Flyers re-sign Mason to bridge gap to young goalies

When the season started, the Flyers' goalie plans seemed to be pretty straightforward: Steve Mason and Michal Neuvirth, each of whom can become an unrestricted free agent in the summer, would battle it out for the majority of the starts.

Neuvirth expected to make first start in almost two months

The Flyers could really use a win tomorrow against Tampa Bay.
Broad Street Hockey Jan 4, 2017
Mark Streit placed on LTIR, helping Flyers regain cap compliance

Mark Streit placed on LTIR, helping Flyers regain cap compliance

A paper move helps the Flyers get in line with the salary cap We knew of two roster moves the Flyers made on Tuesday: one that activated goalie Michal Neuvirth from injured reserve, and another that sent goalie Anthony Stolarz to the Phantoms to make room on the active roster for Neuvy. But those two moves put the Flyers over the salary cap by about $119,000, and thus they needed another move to get cap compliant. There were a few options: sending down a big contract like Andrew MacDonald’s was one, but that would have left Philadelphia with just six healthy defensemen on the NHL roster....
Broad Street Hockey Jan 4, 2017
Wednesday Morning Fly By: Behold, an actual rival!

Wednesday Morning Fly By: Behold, an actual rival!

Today's open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Philadelphia Flyers news and notes... *The Flyers are back tonight and they're taking on the Rangers for Rivalry Night™, woo! 8PM starts are trash though go Flyers! *Big big big news: Michael Neuvirth is back! [BSH] *It's semifinals day at the World Junior Championship today, with the USA taking on Russia and Canada taking on Sweden. Should be a good couple of games, folks. Let's check in on how the Flyers' prospects have fared at the tourney. [Flyers] *You know who has been crushing it all tournament long? Felix Sandstrom....

Flyers activate Michal Neuvirth from injured reserve

He has not played since Nov. 12 due to a lower body injury
Broad Street Hockey Jan 3, 2017
Michal Neuvirth set to return; Flyers send Anthony Stolarz to Phantoms

Michal Neuvirth set to return; Flyers send Anthony Stolarz to Phantoms

Another move is likely coming Hey, remember Michal Neuvirth? He’s a goaltender for the Philadelphia Flyers, and he’s back from injury. Neuvirth will be back on the bench, backing up Steve Mason on Wednesday night when the Flyers host the New York Rangers at the Wells Fargo Center. Neuvirth went down with a knee injury on November 13 and was set to be out four-to-six weeks. His return will ultimately come a little over seven weeks from that original timetable. Neuvirth now faces the task of earning playing time back from Mason, who has run away with the starting role — and, as a...

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