James Neal confirms what we already knew about Flyers-Penguins


"Why we struggled in the playoffs is still a tough question to answer," Neal said. "I don't think anyone really can."

Without prompting, the Flyers entered Neal's mind.

"I didn't watch the game (on Wednesday)," Neal said. "But I guess they lost again to the Flyers, eh? It's the same thing that went on when I was there. What the Flyers do to the Penguins ... I don't know why things didn't go the way they should have gone in the playoffs. I don't know why everyone got so rattled. But it's not my problem anymore."

via the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

This week's Connor McDavid power rankings

The chase for Connor McDavid has turned ugly as a league-wide scandal threatens to derail the modern NHL as we know it.

2015 Carnival tickets on sale Oct. 25


The Carnival is scheduled for Sunday, March 1 this year.

Friday Morning Fly By

Jason Akeson's new role, Scott Laughton's many goals, and news from around the league in today's Morning Fly By.

Checking on the healthy scratches tonight in Allentown ...


With today's news of Braydon Coburn and Andrew MacDonald both being out for about four weeks each, the Flyers will have to call up at least one defenseman. The only reason Shayne Gostisbehere wouldn't be playing tonight would be to prevent him from getting hurt for something else. Hmmm indeed, Gary Blockus of the Allentown Morning Call. Hmmm indeed.

Meek Mill's new mixtape is called "Philadelphia Flyer"


This is a quote: "After facing time in the penalty box, Meek Mill jumps back on the ice, faces off and scores big with Philadelphia Flyer, a slap shot of the latest and flyest music from Maybach Music Group's very own."

h/t Sean Gentille, who has more

Pittsburgh still thinks Couturier is bad


Keep thinking it, Pittsburgh. He's in your head, just like the Flyers are.

Can we play Pittsburgh every game?


The Flyers put together their best game of the year on Wednesday night ... just when it was needed against a bitter rival. Then again, it was at Consol Energy Center, so we should've expected this...

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SB Nation's 2014-15 NHL season preview

Watch that Matt Read goal again


Evgeni Malkin and Marc-Andre Fleury are apparently no match for Sean Couturier and Matt Read.

Rinaldo out with upper-body injury


During the second intermission Flyers GM Ron Hextall announced that forward Zac Rinaldo suffered an upper-body injury and is unlikely to return to tonight’s Flyers-Penguins game at Pittsburgh.

via Flyers' GM Ron Hextall

GIF: Kunitz with the 10-out-of-10 dive


Such a 10 out of 10 dive, it deserves to be seen from two angles.

Umberger shows his face, defends Couturier


R.J. Umberger fought Simon Despres after the Pens defenseman put a borderline hit on Sean Couturier.

Bellemare's first NHL goal was a beauty


A controlled zone entry from Nick Schultz (!) and a perfect feed from Sean Couturier. Flyers lead.

Watch 'O Canada!' from Flyers-Pens pregame


The Penguins made a nice gesture, playing "O Canada!" before the game tonight. Watch it.


Wednesday's Flyers-Penguins discussion thread

The Flyers are in Pittsburgh to take on the Penguins.

Canadian anthem to be sung at Flyers-Pens


Update: watch it here.

The referees for Flyers vs. Pens


Wes McCauley and Marc Lemelin are the referees for tonight's Flyers-Penguins game. The Pens have won six straight games with McCauley as referee.

Scouting The Refs has the full report on tonight's officials.

Special teams key, as always, against Pens


The Flyers are a good special teams club, which is good, considering games between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh so often come down to special teams.

Five questions with Pensburgh


In anticipation of tonight's contest with the Flyers' biggest rivals, we caught up with our friends from the other half of the state to see how things are going so far.

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