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IT'S SOCKEY, THE WAY THEY PLAY IT HERE
Philadelphia's violent Stanley Cup semifinal series with New York had more fist- and stick-swinging than skating and skill, as the Rangers recovered from a ...
Yes, Philadelphia Can Stop Gretzky
One man's opinion: The Flyers will triumph in the Stanley Cup because they have what it takes to muzzle the Oilers' No. 1 gun
THE BROAD ST. BULLIES CLEAN UP THEIR ACT
Once renowned as a rock 'em, sock 'em club, the Philadelphia Flyers are now winning with speed, skill and finesse.
Expansion's bright new heroes
The exhilarating success of the Philadelphia Flyers is due in large part to the remarkable play of a talented two-man goaltending partnership
Look Who Came To The Rescue
Wayne Gretzky led Edmonton to two victories after Philly had won Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals
Edmonton's Rx For D
As the Oilers battle the Flyers for the Stanley Cup, defenseman Randy Gregg, the NHL's only M.D., has the right medicine
17 Eric Lindross
Dineen's diligence was ultimately rewarded, though; hewould become Lindros's first NHL coach, with the Philadelphia Flyers.And Lindros has ...
STATING THEIR CASE
There was Boston's Brad Park playing keep-away with the puck, just like Orr did, and keeping Philadelphia Flyers away from Goaltender Gerry ...
19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKEOVER
After all, the Soviets were being touted as invincible before the game and Philadelphia did win. It took more than the Hammer, Moose and Torro ...
Killing Them Softly Soft goals can do more than demoralize a team. They can change the course of a game--or a Stanley Cup series
Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender Ed Belfour made afranchise-record 72 saves in Game 4 of the Leafs' first-roundplayoff series against the Philadelphia Flyers ...