Found September 25, 2012 on
The Orange Update:
The Philadelphia Flyers and Chicago Blackhawks had to settle for a scoreless tie in their preseason opener Tuesday night at Wells Fargo Center. Of course, this wasn’t by choice as the NHL had previously cancelled all preseason games in September. […]
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The Philadelphia Flyers have had three players head overseas due to the ongoing lockout: Ruslan Fedotenko, Ilya Bryzgalov, and Jakub Voracek. The newest member to this list is Wayne Simmonds.
Simmonds, 24, has officially signed a contract to join ETC Crimmitschau, a member of Germany's second-tier ice hockey league also known as the 2nd Eishockey-Bundesliga.
The Philadelphia Flyers announced today that their American Hockey League affiliate, the Adirondack Phantoms, will open their 2012 training camp at The Virtua Center Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, NJ on Saturday, September 29.
The camp, which runs through October 7, will open with 39 players – 21 forwards, 15 defensemen and three goalies. A complete roster is listed...
When I read articles like this one, I get the feeling that this labor disagreement might have the possibility of going for a very long time and there could be a chance that it might not get it settled next season.
s/t to KK… This article is a good read, also, I haven’t see a lot lately that gives me any hope… Former Fighting Sioux forward Jonathan Toews is quoted in this...
Let’s pretend that there is no lockout. Let’s try and ignore the truth that the season is not starting in two weeks like it should be. I want to talk Flyers and I want to give us fans a look at the future of this team. After a nice playoff run last years, the Flyers are going to be looking to get another step closer to Lord Stanley’s cup. In order for that to happen the Flyers...
Check out highlights of Wheaton North (Ill.) under the radar 2013 running back Patrick Sharp -- as he put on a show against West Chicago.
#Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews on NHL owners: "If they want to hurt their own game and drive it into the ground that's what they'll do."
— Chris Kuc (@ChrisKuc) September 24, 2012