Observations from Flyers' Game One Win: A Fan's Opinion

AP PITTSBURGH (AP) — Scott Hartnell can feel the animosity the second the Philadelphia Flyers forward skates onto the ice at Pittsburgh's Consol Energy Center. "There's a lot of hatred by the city against us," Hartnell said. "We thrive off that.

The Philadelphia Flyers have their sights set on a Stanley Cup championship this season, and to help themselves accomplish the feat, they're turning to Mac Miller for some motivational words. The Flyers have created

Perhaps the most eagerly anticipated series in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals sees the Battle of Pennsylvania rejoined.

The Philadelphia Flyers dealt Pittsburgh a body blow in the opening game of their first-round play-off series, fighting back from three goals down to win 4-3 in overtime. The teams were tied at 2-2 after two periods when Dustin Penner took a pass that

By Dan Klausner – Contributor A look back at the Philadelphia Flyers' 2011-2012 regular season and a look ahead to the playoffs. Apr 11, 2012 – With the playoffs set to start, I've found myself thinking a lot about how we got here.