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Preview: Hurricanes at Flyers

The Carolina Hurricanes have an opportunity to take a small triumph from their season finale when they visit the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday. The Hurricanes can sweep the Flyers in their season series - something the franchise has not done since moving from Hartford. Carolina posted a 2-1 victory at home on Oct. 6, a 2-1 win in overtime at home on Nov. 5 and a 3-2 triumph at Philadelphia on Jan.

Flyers continue domination in Pittsburgh

Flyers continue domination in Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH -- The second-seeded Pittsburgh Penguins and third-seeded Philadelphia Flyers are on course to meet in the Eastern Conference semifinal round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, and that has to be considered good news for the Flyers. Defenseman Mark Streit scored with 2:50 remaining in overtime as the Flyers won again at Consol Energy Center, beating the Penguins 4-3 on Saturday afternoon.

Preview: Flyers at Lightning

The Philadelphia Flyers and host Tampa Bay Lighting will meet on Thursday with plenty on the line despite already clinching spots in the postseason. The Flyers have won two straight and are even in points with Columbus for third place in the Metropolitan Division - two points behind the second-place New York Rangers. The Lightning will be without injured No. 1 goalie Ben Bishop as they try to make up a two-point deficit on second-place Montreal in the Atlantic Division.

Flyers 5, Panthers 2

Flyers 5, Panthers 2: Captain Claude Giroux scored twice to highlight a four-goal second period and Steve Mason finished with 38 saves as visiting Philadelphia clinched a postseason berth.

Preview: Flyers at Panthers

After finding their offense against one cellar-dwelling club, the Philadelphia Flyers look to keep the momentum going when they open a three-game road trip against the sputtering Florida Panthers on Tuesday. Brayden Schenn scored twice as host Philadelphia breezed to a 5-2 victory over Buffalo on Sunday to halt its season high-tying four-game skid (0-2-2). The Flyers maintained their two-point lead over Columbus for third place in the Metropolitan Division and climbed within two of the second-place New York Rangers with a game in hand.

Blues 1, Flyers 0 (SO)

Blues 1, Flyers 0 (SO): T.J. Oshie scored in the first round for his NHL-leading ninth shootout goal and Ryan Miller recorded his first shutout in over two years as host St. Louis improved to 12-3-1 in its last 16 games.

Blues 1, Flyers 0 (SO)

Blues 1, Flyers 0 (SO): T.J. Oshie scored in the first round for his NHL-leading ninth shootout goal and Ryan Miller recorded his first shutout in over two years as host St. Louis improved to 12-3-1 in its last 16 games.

Preview: Flyers at Blues

After testing the mettle of one Presidents' Trophy contender, the Philadelphia Flyers hit the road to face another on Tuesday as they visit the Central Division-leading St. Louis Blues. Philadelphia gave red-hot Boston all it could handle on Sunday as Vincent Lecavalier scored two goals, including the tying tally late in the third period, before suffering a 4-3 shootout loss.

Florida 62, Dayton 52

(Updated: CORRECTS "16-plus" to "15-plus" in graph 4 UPDATES with Florida opponent in graph 2) Florida 62, Dayton 52: Scottie Wilbekin scored 14 of his 23 points in the first half as the Gators upended the Flyers in the NCAA tournament South regional in Memphis, Tenn., to reach the Final Four for the first time since 2007.

Preview: Bruins at Flyers

Jarome Iginla and the Boston Bruins look to continue their torrid play when they visit the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday. Iginla scored twice to reach the 30-goal plateau for the 12th time in his career as Boston clinched the Atlantic Division title with a 4-2 triumph over Washington on Saturday. The 36-year-old also tallied twice and added two assists in the Bruins' 6-1 rout of the Flyers in Philadelphia on Jan. 25.
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