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Geoffrey Detweiler

Associate Editor

Geoff Detweiler joined Broad Street Hockey in June 2009. He is a graduate of Drexel University School of Law after graduating with a bachelor's degree in History and Political Science from the University of Pittsburgh in 2008. Currently, Geoff lives in Fairfax, Va after growing up in Quakertown, Pa, 15 minutes south of Allentown. Despite neither parent being interested in sports, Geoff became a passionate fan of both the Flyers and the Phillies. Outside of that, he roots for everything Philadelphia, but only the Flyers and Phillies are able to ruin his mood with a poor performance. As the degree suggests, Geoff is a huge political junkie. Eventually he wants to work on Capitol Hill assisting an honest man or woman serve their constituents. Plus, anything you want to know about our 44 Presidents, Geoff most likely knows it. If you're curious, his favorite is James Knox Polk.

MOST RECENT POSTS

With Emery Out Six Weeks, Are There Other Goaltending Options?

With Ray Emery out six weeks after surgery, can Brian Boucher and Johan Backlund right the Flyers ship, or does the team need to look outside the organization? A look at available goalies.

The Flyers got too complacent under Stevens and developed a cavalier attitude. They took advantage...

The Flyers got too complacent under Stevens and developed a cavalier attitude. They took advantage of him, didn't play with enough passion and helped him become unemployed. Shame on them. No one worked harder than Stevens. No one studied more film. No one cared more about this franchise. Again, shame on the players for taking those qualities for granted."

From Sam Carchidi's article on Philly.com I'm not usually a big fan of Carchidi's, but I thought I had to give him credit for saying what most people avoided.

Interesting Post-Game Quotes

A mature take on the recent struggles... from Adirondack. Phantoms forward Jon Matsumoto responds following another loss the way more Flyers should be.

"Hitchcock just didn't give me a chance. You score the game winner with seven minutes of playing...

"Hitchcock just didn't give me a chance. You score the game winner with seven minutes of playing time, and it means nothing. The next game you get four minutes of ice time. And it's normal."

Nikita Filitov via Puck Daddy Just throwing it out there.

Jared Ross was sent back to the Phantoms. That means Briere will play against the Canucks.

Jared Ross was sent back to the Phantoms. That means Briere will play against the Canucks.

-- via Tim Panaccio's turn to write about John Stevens' job. This also means Riley Cote will play his 'gasp' third straight game Jon Kalinski will likely center the fourth line.
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Daily News Reporter Finds New Stats, Shows Ignorance

Daily News Reporter Finds New Stats, Shows Ignorance

Flyers Shut Out In Atlanta, Lose 1-0

Flyers Shut Out In Atlanta, Lose 1-0

GameThread

Game 23, Preview and Open Thread: Afternoon Hockey, Tryptophan Hangover Edition, Buffalo Sabres at Philadelphia Flyers

Game 23, Preview and Open Thread: Afternoon Hockey, Tryptophan Hangover Edition, Buffalo Sabres at Philadelphia Flyers

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Faceoffs By Zone and Situation

Flyers faceoff data from the past two years, broken down by zone and situation

A Statistical Look at the Flyers, through 16 Games

A look at the Flyers' first sixteen games using Tom Awad's GVT statistic.

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