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Funeral Home Offers Flyers Fans Condolences After Playoff EliminationOn Sunday, the Philadelphia Flyers fell to the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Playoff series. 
Simmonds Scores 2 Goals, Helps Lift Flyers Past Capitals 6-3The Flyers took the lead for good on Lindblom's first career goal with 1:41 left in the second period.
Filppula Scores Go-Ahead Goal, Flyers Beat Hurricanes 4-2Travis Konecny and Jakub Voracek also scored as the Flyers scored three times in a 5:52 span to rally for the win. Michael Raffl added an empty-netter and Alex Lyon stopped 23 shots.
Laine's 40th Goal Not Enough, Flyers Top Jets 2-1The Flyers announced that defensemen Robert Hagg will miss two weeks and Johnny Oduya was out and day-to-day with upper body injuries.
Dadonov Leads Panthers To 6th Straight Win, 4-1 Over FlyersPhiladelphia has lost three straight after winning six in a row.
Tampa Bay Lightning Outlast Flyers 7-6 In ShootoutClaude Giroux, Nolan Patrick and Jakub Voracek each had a goal and assist for the Flyers.
Can The Flyers Get Good Enough Goaltending To Contend?Philly has been red-hot since December, but the biggest question is the same one that always seems to plague the team.
Flyers Top Sens 5-3 For 5th Straight VictoryThe Flyers opened the scoring just 28 seconds into the game as Provorov took a pass from Giroux in the slot and beat Anderson with a quick wrist shot.
Flyers Surge Past Rangers 7-4Philadelphia extended their winning streak on the road to five games.
Flyers Show Valentine's Day Love To Family Of Child Battling CancerTara, Maddy's mother, could barely answer when asked what the support means to their family.
Patrick, Neuwirth Lead Flyers To 4-3 Shootout WinMichal Neuvirth came off the bench to stop five shootout attempts for the Flyers after Brian Elliott left the game.
Konecny's OT Goal Lifts Flyers Past Capitals 2-1Konecny found space in the middle of the offensive zone and his shot deflected off Washington's T.J. Oshie and past Braden Holtby for his eighth of the season.

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