Found February 02, 2013 on
The Orange Update:
The Flyers scored goals tonight. Even strength goals, power play goals. GOALS FOR EVERYONE! The orange and black came out flying, no pun intended (Flyers…Flying? Yeah I’m stupid), Kurtis Foster ripped a shot past Hurricanes goalie Dan Ellis just 5:08 […]
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Bernie Parent is a Philadelphia Flyers legend. In addition to helping the Flyers win consecutive – and the franchise’s only — Stanley Cups in 1974 and 1975, Parent has maintained a presence on the Philly banquet scene. He was at Wing Bowl 21 this morning.
And, he’s a notorious poon-hound. Parent described himself as Philadelphia’s Most Interesting Man, a moniker...
NHLTags: Ilya BryzgalovThere is no player or personnel in the Philadelphia Flyers’ organization that entered the 2013 NHL season with more pressure on his shoulders than Ilya Bryzgalov.
When the news broke five or so weeks ago that the NHL was willing to accept compliance buyouts to help teams get under the salary cap for the 2013-14 NHL...
NewsTags: eric wellwoodMarcel NoebelsWayne SimmondsWayne Simmonds sat out Saturday night’s tilt against the Carolina Hurricanes with concussion issues after taking an errant elbow to the head from Washington Capitals’ defenseman John Erskine on Friday night.
Philadelphia Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren announced on Sunday that Simmonds...
from Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun,
The word is the Flyers would like to make "a big move" to shake up their struggling club. That has proved to be difficult in the current environment.
Holmgren could see what the Calgary Flames want to do with winger Jarome Iginla, but GM Jay Feaster has maintained he wants to keep the captain.
The only impact blueliner...
PHILADELPHIA -- Kurtis Foster, Danny Briere and Claude Giroux scored power-play goals to lead the Philadelphia Flyers to a 5-3 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday night. Mike Knuble and Brayden Coburn also had goals for the Flyers, who are 23-4-4 against Carolina since Nov. 28, 2003. Coming off a 1-0 victory over Ottawa on Friday night, the Hurricanes were shaky...
Some of you may think of Bernard Marcel Parent as the greatest goaltender in Flyers history. He helped lead the Philadelphia Flyers to back to back Stanley Cups, and took Philadelphia by storm. The beloved Parent is a fan favorite, and is always very active with his fans. Bernie has taken that to a whole other level.
Parent, author of Journey Through Risk and Fear, is now a featured...
Sometimes, the most telling way to learn what you did right is through the eyes of your opponent.
After his team lost 3-2 to the Capitals at the Verizon Center Friday, Philadelphia Flyers forward Brayden Schenn complimented the Caps’ play in the third period, while his teammate Mike Knuble paid deference to the Capitals setting the tone of the game.
“They played last night...
Thanks in part to their offensive shortcomings, the Philadelphia Flyers are already enduring their second three-game slide of the season.
Opening their first lengthy homestand against the Carolina Hurricanes would seem to be exactly what they need.
The Flyers try to snap out of their scoring funk and avoid their first four-game skid in two seasons by continuing their dominance...
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Goalie Dan Ellis has given the Carolina Hurricanes something to think about with their goalie rotation. Ellis, making his second start of the season, stopped 33 shots and Eric Staal's first-period goal held up as the Hurricanes defeated the Ottawa Senators 1-0 Friday night at PNC Arena. "We were able to get some good habits and that's something to...
RALEIGH, NC --- As the Carolina Hurricanes embark on a six-game road swing that won't bring them back for another home game until Valentine's Day, they can do so knowing they're capable of handling any style.
Carolina is built to score and play fast, but on Friday night at PNC Arena, the only goal scored was by Hurricanes' star center Eric Staal in the first period...
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Goalie Dan Ellis, making his second start of the season, stopped 32 shots and Eric Staal's first-period goal held up as the Carolina Hurricanes defeated the Ottawa Senators 1-0 Friday night at PNC Arena. Staal's fifth goal of the season enabled the Hurricanes to even their record at 3-3-0. Ottawa (5-2-1) was denied its second three-game winning streak of...