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Next Game:
Flyers vs Canadiens       8pm Sunday
last Poll:
How do you think the Flyers will go in the Stanley Cup playoffs?

Stanley Cup champs, as long as everyone healthy
 64.52% (40 votes)

Conference Finals, can't see them beating the Lightning
 12.9% (8 votes)

They will go as far as the goaltending takes them
 11.29% (7 votes)

They'll go as far as the scoring lines take them
 9.68% (6 votes)

They'll win a se
ries, they are still missing a big player or two
1.61% (1 votes)

Total Votes: 62​

We seem to be the favorite!

Total Votes: 61

     The Flyers came up empty Friday night against the Habs in what can only be recognized as a disorganized effort.
    The Habs chased Carter Hart late in the second period after he gave up 4 goals, Brian Elliott mopped up with surrending just 1 in more than a period of play.
Canadiens 5 Flyers 0
Game 1,  8/12          Flyers 2 Canadiens 1

Game 2, 8/14          Canadiens 5 Flyers 0

Sunday, Aug. 16, 8 p.m.: Flyers @ Canadiens | NBC, CBC, SN, TVAS

Tuesday, Aug. 18, 3 p.m.: Flyers @ Canadiens | NBCSN, CBC, SN, TVAS

*Wednesday, Aug. 19, TBD: Canadiens @ Flyers | TBD

*Friday, Aug. 21, TBD: Flyers @ Canadiens | TBD

*Sunday, Aug. 23, TBD: Canadiens @ Flyers | TBD
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Flyers get thumped by Canadiens 5-0, get out-worked all over the ice
     Brian Elliott surrendered a single goal in just over a period of play on Friday.  The single goal came on a power play.
     Ivan Provorov, who had his goal taken away from Wednesday night and credited to Jake Voracek, logged 24 minutes of even ice time, 6 shots on goal and 5 blocked shots in Friday nights loss.