Found April 06, 2013 on
Toronto Maple Leafs
The Flyers have used plenty of defensemen this season. With the condensed 48 game schedule – a hellish
marathon of games that seems more like an extended torture session than a
season- it’s easy to assume the Flyers would have injuries. But this much? The egregious amount of
injuries seems too daunting to overcome, but if they do, they can thank all ten
on the squad who have played throughout the season.
(I added their cap
hit to let you see how valuable each player is to the squad, along with who
they’re paired with.)
Before the Flyers play the Winnipeg Jets, take a quick look
at where their defensemen are in their progression through the season.
Kimmo Timonen, $6.3 million(1st defensive pairing
with Luke Schenn) – Timonen was hurt against the Leafs while blocking a shot,
as it seems he does in every game, and he’s day to day injury-wise. Timonen
does so many things (first pairing on the powerplay, first pairing on the
penalty kill, third on the team in aver...
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Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Luke Schenn took a puck directly in the face on a slapshot from Winnipeg Jets defenseman Tobias Enstrom during the second period of Saturday's NHL game at the MTS Centre. Schenn immediately skated off the ice and straight into the dressing room to treat his bloody face, but did return to the game. Video via HockeyVideoHD. Visit us at holdoutsports...
NHLTags: Colin SuellentropMark AltOshawa GeneralsUniversity of Minnesota GophersThe Philadelphia Flyers have not made it official yet, but multiple news outlets have reported that they have signed defenseman Mark Alt to an entry level contract.
Diana C. Nearhos of the Post Star also reported, via twitter, “Last night, I was told the Flyers...
from Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer,
Acquiring the 24-year-old Mason by sending Michael Leighton and a 2015 third-round pick to Columbus created a win-win situation, Holmgren hopes.
Seeing that someone is waiting in the wings, Bryzgalov, 32, might be more focused for the stretch run and lead the Flyers to a playoff berth.
If he does, the Flyers might decide...
Coming off their fourth straight victory, third while coming from behind, the Flyers are streaking and overcoming all of their injuries. This hits keep coming, as we found out Zac Rinaldo is out with a high ankle sprain prior to the Toronto game, we now wait to find the status of Kimmo Timonen. The [...]
The Philadelphia Flyers have signed University of Minnesota defenseman Mark Alt to an Entry Level Contract will report to the Adirondack Phantoms of the AHL on an ATO for the remainder of the season. Acquired prior to the NHL season this year in a package that also brought Brian Boucher to Philly from Carolina, the 21-year-old [...]
The Philadelphia Flyers extended their season-best winning streak to four games with a 5-2 win in Toronto last night. It was a fine way for a Flyers club that has struggled on the road all season to start a three-game road trip.
With 11 games remaining in the lockout-shortened 48-game regular season, the Flyers are two points behind the New York Rangers for the eighth and final...
PREVIEW 8:30 AM EDT
Looking for their fifth straight win, the Philadelphia Flyers (17-17-3) will be in action today for the third time in four days when they visit the Winnipeg Jets (18-19-2) in an afternoon showdown. The game starts at 3 p.m. and will be televised locally on CSN Philadelphia and across Canada on the CBC,
This is the third and final meeting between the teams...
Photo courtesy of Getty Images The Flyers are alive and swell following a gutsy road win in Toronto last night, their 4th in a row. Standing two points behind the New York Rangers (8th) and three points back of the Islanders (7th) somehow, despite all the struggles, these Flyers are right in thick of the [...]
NHLTags: Jake VoracekJay RosehillKimmo TimonenLuke SchennSean CouturierToronto MapleleafsThe Philadelphia Flyers’ roster is currently absent defensemen Chris Pronger, Nicklas Grossmann, Braydon Coburn, Andrej Meszaros, Marc-Andre Bourdon and Matt Walker.
You can now add Kimmo Timonen to that list, as he did not return to the ice after...