Found June 20, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
With the future of Chris Pronger in jeopardy, the Philadelphia Flyers have been looking for a defenseman to replace him. Apparently their search has taken them to the Avalanche where, apparently, they have called about the services of restricted free agent Erik Johnson. Jimmy Stizzle (judge his validity on your own) reported that the Flyers are trying to send James van Riemsdyk to Colorado...

Colorado Avalanche's Landeskog wins Calder Trophy

Colorado Avalanche left wing Gabriel Landeskog has won the Calder Trophy as the NHL's top rookie. The Swedish scorer beat out Edmonton's Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and New Jersey playoff hero Adam Henrique for the award at the NHL's annual postseason ceremony Wednesday night. Landeskog had 22 goals and 30 assists for the Avalanche, who chose him with the second overall pick...

Jaromir Jagr an Intriguing Option in Free Agency, But Doesn't Appear to Be Right Fit for Bruins

Jaromir Jagr enjoyed his first season in Philadelphia, but not enough to prevent him from checking out what other opportunities may be available to him next year. Jagr appears set to test the free agent market on July 1, as was first reported by TSN's Darren Dreger on Monday. Despite his age, the 40-year-old veteran will attract plenty of interest with precious few proven scorers...

UFA of the Day: Jay McClement

Mitch the blog machine is back again (because that’s what blog machines do.. they blog). Enjoy! Follow him on Twitter: @Mitch_SBMedia   Name: Jay McClement Age: 29 Size: 6’1″, 205lbs Why the Canucks might want him: McClement may be one of the most underrated centres going into UFA on July 1st. His ability to win face offs and kill penalties is probably what will be most attractive...

England fight pleases Parker

England’s Scott Parker said their gritty win over Ukraine to top their Euro 2012 group, holds them in good stead...

Complete 2012-2013 Flyers Schedule

The NHL put out the league's schedule today, here is the 2012-2013 Philadelphia Flyers schedule, courtesy of the Flyers website: The Flyers will begin their season at home on October 11th versus the Boston Bruins. Just a week later the Flyers will face the Penguins for the first time since we eliminated them.  Is this the year?

Claude Giroux Wins Cover Vote of EA Sports’ NHL 13

Claude Giroux will be on the cover of EA Sports’ NHL 13. Giroux beat out Nashville Predators’ goaltender Pekka Rinne in the video game’s first Cover Vote Finals, where fans voted which player they would like to be on the cover of the video game. Giroux’s victory in the Cover Vote was announced last night at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada. Giroux is the fifth different...

Tim Panaccio: Reading Orange Tea Leaves

There's so much double-speak with the FLyers anymore, it's hard to get a handle on what their game plan is for free agency and such. General manager Paul Holmgren repeated his usual mantra of "I like our team" on Monday several times. He liked it so much he traded away the 2 faces of the franchise last year and basically ripped apart the team and rebuilt it...

Why Signing Jaromir Jagr Is A Terrible Idea

So if you haven't read Matt Kalman's post over at yet, do so before venturing on. A lot of what I'm going to say is going to be a reflection of that piece. Now, don't get this misconstrued in any way. Days of Y'Orr loves Kalman. We love his snarky attitude on Twitter and we think he's a damn good writer, but we don't agree that Jagr would...

Take a Look at the EA Sports NHL 13 Cover, featuring Claude Giroux

Bill Meltzer: Meltzer's Musings: Bryz, Giroux, Draft, Lindros

The trashing and scapegoating of Ilya Bryzgalov over the past year has been carried to such ridiculous proportions that I think a little counterweight is in order to present a more realistic and balanced picture both of his 2011-12 season and prospects moving forward. No one would tell you that Bryzgalov had the type of season that the team hoped to see. He was extremely inconsistent...

Red Wings morning quickies: on Jagr and the draft

The Red Wings’ unsuccessful courtship of one Jaromir Jagr definitely turned me off regarding the massive ego and mercurial tendencies of a player who’s turned into something of a diva—even at 40 years of age—but just in case Jagr tests the free agent market and decides to, say, not stay with Philadelphia, or decides not to fulfill a stated dream of playing for the Montreal...

Claude Giroux defeats Pekka Rinne in NHL13 cover voting

For the first time ever, EA Sports turned the voting over to the fans for who would grace the cover of the NHL13 game that will be released in September.With finalists, Pekka Rinne and Claude Giroux on the stage at the Wynn Encore Theater in Las Vegas, Giroux was unveiled as the winner. No vote totals were released but it was previously announced that less than a few thousand votes...

Wayne Rooney, Scott Parker & Glen Johnson On Facing Italy

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