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Topic - Sean Couturier
Flyers coach Craig Berube wasn't surprised by the way the Philadelphia bounced back on Saturday from a blowout loss because he's seen that type of resilience all season.
Scott Hartnell was concerned he had broken his foot. He had been playing with pain for two weeks and wore a walking boot at a Flyers charity event over the weekend.
Milan Lucic scored twice and the Bruins spoiled goalie Tim Thomas' first game in Boston as a visitor with a 6-2 win over the Florida Panthers on Tuesday night.
New York's latest loss to the Philadelphia Flyers was very fresh in the minds of the Islanders when it appeared they were headed for another one in the home-and-home rematch.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — From killing penalties to unlikely scorers, the Philadelphia Flyers are finding all kinds of ways to win at home.
Alex Ovechkin scored with 58 seconds left and goalie Phillip Grubauer off for an extra attacker to cap a late three-goal rally and the Washington Capitals went on to beat the Philadelphia Flyers 5-4 in a shootout Sunday.
Alex Ovechkin sent the game into overtime and Nicklas Backstrom was money in the shootout as the Caps rallied past the Flyers.
Knuble has one assist in three games for Philadelphia, playing in all situations. He's expected to start Friday night's game at the Caps on the second line with Matt Read and Sean Couturier.
The Philadelphia Flyers announced that leading scorer and likely NHL MVP front-runner Claude Giroux was out indefinitely with a concussion. But just like every other time, the Flyers don't expect to miss a beat.
The No. 17 Carter jerseys still hang in the window of the Philadelphia Flyers' merchandise store.
In 30 whirlwind minutes, the Philadelphia Flyers changed the face of the franchise _ just not the course of it.
The official address of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft reads St. Paul, Minn., but if you listened to the crowd, you'd think the event was taking place in Winnipeg.
Missing the playoffs for the first time since 1996 did have one positive for the New Jersey Devils.
"I met them for the first time last night," Couturier said. "It was a pretty good meeting. They seemed to have a lot of interest, but anything can happen in the draft. But now that the draft is over, I'm really glad to be a part of the Philadelphia Flyers."
"For sure my main goal's gonna try to make a spot on the roster and we'll go from now and keep working hard during the summer to improve myself and be ready for camp," Couturier said. "And once I get there I just wanna show what I got."