McCaffery: Flyers finish off Pens in series that might have ended too soon
The "Na-Na, Hey-Hey, Goodbye" sing-song had given way to a roaring exhale Sunday, with 20,127 in the Wells Fargo Center desperate to see the Flyers-Penguins series end. Some day, maybe soon, they will wonder why they were in such a rush.
Fleury stonewalls Flyers to send series back to Philly
The Flyers waited until the third period Friday night to give it their best shot against the Pittsburgh Penguins, and just when they least expected or wanted him to, Marc-Andre Fleury turned the Flyers away. Again and again and again.
Ron Cook: Crosby lets his play serve as answer to his critics
That was a really nice gesture Wednesday by Philadelphia Flyers forward Max Talbot, rushing to the defense of Penguins star Sidney Crosby after the Philadelphia Daily News put out a cover sheet that was more juvenile and embarrassing to the newspaper profession than it was humorous or hurtful to Crosby.
NHL Playoffs: Fleury the weak link for struggling Penguins
While his teammates were coughing up jargon, explaining why their goaltender is still a better alternative against the Flyers than a cardboard cutout in his likeness, Marc-Andre Fleury idled for a few moments, alone in a corner.
NHL Playoffs: Flyers rally to top Pens, take 2-0 series lead
The Philadelphia Flyers fell behind. Again. And it didn’t matter. Again. Who needs the first period anyway? Not the Flyers, who keep finding increasingly inventive ways to stun the Pittsburgh Penguins.
NHL Playoffs: Flyers rally to top Pens in OT
Jakub Voracek has no idea how good the Philadelphia Flyers could be if they played 60 full minutes, or beyond. At the moment, it’s hardly necessary.
NHL Hockey: Pens, Flyers weighing how to play finale
Flying sticks. Pointed fingers. Postgame putdowns. And that was just the coaches. What can the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers possibly do in today’s regular-season finale to top their last meeting, a 6-4 Flyers win at Consol Energy Center this week that served as a preview of what will be a contentious first-round playoff series?
NHL Hockey: Pens sew up home-ice advantage for playoffs
The Pittsburgh Penguins reached a milestone, sewed up home-ice advantage when the playoffs start and drew the ire of another divisional opponent on a busy night last night.
NHL Hockey: Crosby scores twice as Pens beat Bruins
The Pittsburgh Penguins moved closer to home-ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs with another win on the road. Sidney Crosby had two goals and an assist, and James Neal scored the go-ahead goal on a power play in a 5-3 win over the Boston Bruins last night.
NHL Hockey: Pens fall to Flyers, but not without a fight
The Philadelphia Flyers sent a message with their resiliency. The Pittsburgh Penguins sent one with their fists. Message received on both sides.
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