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The Philadelphia InquirerPHILADELPHIA Is another goalie shake-up in the works for the Flyers? The Los Angeles Kings have talked to the Flyers about trading them goalie Jonathan Bernier, an NHL source confirmed Tuesday. At the moment, the Flyers plan to have Ilya Bryzgalov and...
Tags: Mark Streit, Ice Hockey, Paul Holmgren, Matt Read, Luke Schenn
ReutersThe Sports Xchange Staal: Eye never will be 100 percent but won't be issue When New York Rangers defenseman Marc Staal skated off the ice on March 5, his face a bloody mess from a gruesome injury after taking a puck to his right eye, not only was his...
PHILADELPHIA -- Down three goals, the Pittsburgh Penguins weren't about to let their bitter rival get an easy win. Chris Kunitz scored two goals, including the tiebreaker 18 seconds into the third period, and the Penguins overcame a three-goal deficit...
PHILADELPHIA -- The Florida Panthers might be a playoff contender if they had more games against the Flyers. Nineteen-year-old rookie Jonathan Huberdeau had two goals and an assist, Scott Clemmensen made 32 saves and the Panthers beat Philadelphia 5-2...
Tags: Ice Hockey, Daniel Briere, Matt Read, Luke Schenn, Brian Boucher
The countdown to the Sochi Olympics slipped beneath the one-year mark last week with a huge question looming: Will NHL players participate in Russia's first-ever Winter Games? The answer should be clearer after executives of the NHL, NHL Players' Assn....
The last time some of them skated on the same team was June 9, 2010, when the Blackhawks captured the Stanley Cup in Philadelphia to end a 49-year championship drought. Friday night at Allstate Arena, many members of that Hawks squad will reunite and...
The autopsy isn't official or with a definitive conclusion, but the preliminary results for the cause of playoff death for the 2012 Philadelphia Flyers is simple: they faced a better team with better coaching. As hard as it may be to admit for Flyers...
SportsTalkIt’s here, hockey fans, the greatest time of the year for puck heads: The NHL playoffs. Nothing is more exciting or less predictable, and if you want even more drama, start with the intrastate Pittsburgh Penguins-Philadelphia Flyers series. It...
AP Sports WriterPHILADELPHIA (AP) — Sidney Crosby, at last, found a way to silence the Flyers fans that love to hate him from warmups to the final horn. How? Crosby and the Penguins dished out the kind of punishment they can only hope swings the series back their...
A funny thing happened in one of the most high-scoring playoff series in NHL history on Wednesday night. A goalie showed up. Unfortunately for the Philadelphia Flyers, it wasn't one of theirs. And they need one of theirs, any one of theirs, to show up...
At some point, Pittsburgh Penguins coach Dan Bylsma must have exhibited some sort of class, but for the last two weeks, he has been anything but a role model for taking the high road. "I want to congratulate the Flyers organization on the series win, but...
After Claude Giroux was called the greatest player in the world by Philadelphia coach Peter Laviolette following the Flyers' opening-round Stanley Cup playoff win over Pittsburgh, it sounded as though Giroux would be elevated to team captain by the...
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