Hartnett: Experienced Devils Neutralizing Flyers' Biggest StrengthsThe Devils have neutralized the Flyers' once-dominant powerplay and won the physical battles through three series games.
Rangers Continue Dominance Over Flyers, Win 5-2 At MSGThe Rangers continued their dominance over the Philadelphia Flyers as they won 5-2 at Madison Square Garden on Sunday afternoon.
Flyers Glide Past Devils, 4-1The Devils were frustrated on Saturday as they were defeated by the Philadelphia Flyers 4-1. The Flyers remain four points behind the Eastern Conference-leading Rangers.
Hartnett: Rangers Separating Themselves From Rival FlyersThe 2012 Winter Classic showed a national audience what New York Rangers fans have known all along, that they're superior to the rival Philadelphia Flyers.
Devils Blanked By Flyers 3-0The New Jersey Devils shuttered out of the gates in their season opener as they were defeated by the Philadelphia Flyers, 3-0.
Hartnett: Rangers-Flyers Rivalry Set To Be Long-Running Storyline This SeasonThe heated affair between the Rangers and Flyers is just a preview to a feud that will continue between the Atlantic Division contenders all season. Expect fireworks when the two meet at MSG on November 26th.
NHL: Evidence Of Simmonds Slur Against Rangers' Avery LackingFlyers forward Wayne Simmonds won't spend time in the NHL's penalty box. The league Tuesday night they don't have conclusive evidence he directed a homophobic slur at Rangers agitator Sean Avery.
GLAAD Calls For Wayne Simmonds Apology For Anti-Gay Slur Uttered Toward Sean AveryThe Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation is calling for Philadelphia Flyers forward Wayne Simmonds to apologize for a slur he appeared to utter toward Sean Avery of the New York Rangers.
Glen Sather Predicts Titles For Rangers, Yankees; Philly Fans Not AmusedRangers president Glen Sather did his best Rex Ryan impression on Monday. Let's hope HBO's "24/7" cameras were rolling.
Rangers' Sean Avery: Wayne Simmonds Fired Homophobic Slur At MeThe Flyers-Rangers rivalry turned ugly in a game that appeared to include a homophobic slur from Philadelphia's Wayne Simmonds to noted New York agitator Sean Avery.

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