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The regular season came to a close on April 7, 1974. Both the Philadelphia Flyers and the Pittsburgh Penguins played that...

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The Philadelphia Flyers joined the NHL as part of the major expansion in 1967. Two years later, center Bobby Clarke joined the Flyers...

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The 19,539 spectators at Wachovia Center had enjoyed a fairly normal game up until the final 1:45 on March 5, 2004. For once, the...

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(Photo: Bruce C. Cooper , via Wikimedia Commons) The six-story-high, $12-million Spectrum in Philadelphia was practically brand new. It had opened...

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In 1967, the NHL doubled in size from six to twelve franchises. With the new teams came new arenas. The Los Angeles franchise was...

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The Philadelphia Flyers enjoyed many high points throughout the 1970s. One of them was an astonishing unbeaten streak, lasting 35 games, which began...

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By: Cathy Cuff Coffman If “productivity starts at the top,” then the ECHL’s Reading (Penn.) Royals ice hockey team is well...

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  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pZ1brENIjw The beginning of every hockey game starts with a playing of the national anthem. If you’re in America you will hear the “Star Spangled...

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Two teams were undefeated in regulation Thursday night. The Nashville Predators continued that streak while the Chicago Blackhawks added a...

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Eric Hartline- USA Today Sports-January 11, 2014 The Philadelphia Flyers have a grueling schedule to finish out the season and try to make a playoff...