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  •                                       Flyers mopped the ice with the Jets
    Flyers mopped the ice with the Jets
    At the hockey game on Thursday, January 29 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Flyers literally mopped the ice with the Winnipeg Jets. The Flyers’ Wayne Simmonds winning the hockey game for the Flyers scoring three...
  • A WIN is a WIN
    Pack deliver their mascot Sonar a much needed present.
    Sonar's 17th birthday had a guest list of some of the most famous local mascots. Walking through the crowd of 3,562 were well known characters; Rocky from the New Britain Rock Cats, Screech from the Springfield Falcons, and the new Lehigh...
  • Philadelphia Flyers fear Braydon Coburn's injury is 'not going to be day-to-day'
    Philadelphia Flyers fear Braydon Coburn's injury is 'not going to be day-to-day'
    Braydon Coburn has been a mainstay on the Flyers blue line since he was acquired from the Atlanta Thrashers in February 2007. The gritty defenseman played in all 82 games in 2013-14 and had not missed a game since March 30th, 2013. That was until...
  • Philadelphia Flyers open season in Boston for the first time since 2011
    Philadelphia Flyers open season in Boston for the first time since 2011
    The Philadelphia Flyers open their season Wednesday night in Boston taking on the Bruins.Unlike past years in Philadelphia, there are not a ton of new faces on the Flyers as the team did not throw big money contracts at free agents this summer....
  • Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen thinks chances of him playing are 'really slim'
    Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen thinks chances of him playing are 'really slim'
    The Philadelphia Flyers are going to have a new look this season. General manager Ron Hextall has used his first offseason as the go-to guy to show he is not afraid to have a different approach to player management than former-general manager and...
  • "Indian Village"
    'New Mexico State Fair' 2014 'Indian Village' day schedule for Sept. 10, 2014
    The “New Mexico State Fair” runs from Sept. 10-21, 2014 at Albuquerque. Today is Monday Sept. 10 which is opening day for the state fair. The weather calls for a “hot” 90 degrees with a chance of scattered clouds.The state...
  • 40th Annual Wells Street Art Festival Flyer
    Brief rainfall cools Wells Street Art Festival
    On June 15, 2014, between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m., Chicago’s Old Town neighborhood was the site of the 40th Annual Wells Street Art Festival. (This event was also on June 14, 2014.) On Wells Street between North Avenue and Division Street,...
  • Flyers knocked out early
    Former Flyers have better Game 7's than current Flyers
    The Philadelphia Flyers cast a shadow over all three Game 7's held on April 30. Of course, the Flyers made the biggest impact in a Game 7 they were actually in, as they tried to upset the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden. Yet as it...
  • Simmonds secures another Game 7
    Stanley Cup playoffs opening round to close with three Game 7's
    The Stanley Cup playoffs have been somewhat in the shadows of the NBA playoffs so far. But while the NBA has had more thrilling first round action than ever before, the NHL isn't too far behind. In fact, the Stanley Cup playoffs will cap their...
  • Rangers pull back ahead over Flyers
    Flyers back on the brink after Game 5 loss to Rangers
    The Philadelphia Flyers have already been resilient in the Stanley Cup playoffs. However, the Flyers have only shown that strength in even numbered games, while the New York Rangers have owned the odd numbered ones. That trend continued in Game 5...
  • Philadelphia sports fans have endured many frustrating years
    Philadelphia sports fans have endured many frustrating years
    Philadelphia is a very frustrating place to be a sports fan. While Philly is not in as dire straights as, say Cleveland, who last saw the Browns win a championship in 1964, there are still a lot of Philly sports fans who are left wanting longer...
  • Flyers finally triumph in New York
    Flyers get much needed breakthrough in New York with Game 2 rally
    The Stanley Cup playoffs looked ominous for the Philadelphia Flyers once they drew the New York Rangers. Or rather, the Flyers looked doomed when they couldn't get home ice against the Rangers -- guaranteeing they'd need one road win to...
  • Rangers put Flyers away late
    Rangers pull away from Flyers at New York again in Game 1
    The Stanley Cup playoffs were once a pipe dream for the Philadelphia Flyers. But on April 17, the Flyers played Game 1 of a postseason they looked eons away from making when the season started. Unfortunately, they opened their Stanley Cup playoff...
  • Flyers stand out in Sweet 16 upset
    Flyers join with NCAA tournament favorites to earn first Elite Eight bids
    The NCAA tournament kicked off the Sweet 16 on March 27. For the most part, the expected suspects and low NCAA tournament seeds were there, with the exception of the South's 10'th seeded Stanford Cardinal and 11'th seeded Dayton Flyers...
  • 1893 World's Columbian Exposition Flyer
    Flyers can be about Chicago history
    Flyers are in the art, graphic design category. They declare current or future events. It would be interesting to travel back in time to certain Chicago events to design flyers.Graphic designers use interesting and unusual fonts to declare events...