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In the third game of a thus-far winless five-game homestand, the Philadelphia Flyers (13-17-3) take on the Boston Bruins (21-7-4). Today's matinee starts at 1:00 p.m. and will be broadcast locally on CSN Philadelphia and nationally on NHL Network.
This is the second of three meetings between the teams this season, and the first of two in Philadelphia. On March 9, the Flye...
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Ruslan Fedotenko was the hero but Kimmo Timonen was the star, leading the Flyers with four points in their 5-4 overtime win over the Capitals.
Their playoff hopes may be on life support, but don't pronounce the Flyers dead just yet.
10 seconds away from suffering another devastating loss, Kimmo Timonen scored to tie the game and force overtime. Less than two minutes into...
NHLTags: Andrej MeszarosBraydon CoburnOliver LauridsenWhatever faith you follow, be thankful that the Philadelphia Flyers 2013 season is almost over.
The Flyers announced this evening that Braydon Coburn and Andrej Meszaros will miss the remainder of the regular season with injuries. Coburn suffered a separated shoulder taking a hit from...
As mentioned previous, the Kings and Flyers love to trade with each other.
The Flyers need to rebuild the back and the Kings have the young assets that could turn into Schenn and Simmonds on the blue line.
Timonen has a year left on his contract at a 6 mil cap hit. That's something Lombardi always loves and it allows the Kings to let Rob Scuderi go and gives Jake Muzzin...
The Philadelphia Flyers unveiled a statue yesterday to commemorate the 1974 and the 1975 Stanley Cup champs.
Watch the ceremony below. Continue reading "Video- Flyers Unveil Statue Saluting Their Two Cup Wins"
The Bruins have had a pretty miserable March, losing a number of games where they should have easily won, and looking terrible most of the time. Many fans are blaming the personell such as Claude, Chara, Horton and Lucic to name a few. Some are saying Chiarelli has no balls and won't make a deal, even though he offered a decent amount for one of the biggest names on the trade...
The Bruins hit the road for this weekend, but the ice at TD Garden still saw its share of action.
In the second day of the TD Bank Mini 1-on-1 competition, the Maine Gladiators faced off against Belmont, Mass., in a battle of Boys 10 and Under semifinalists. Goals did not come easily, but Maine’s Derek Metivier slipped one past the Belmont netminder to give the Gladiators a 1-0...
The Bruins thought they had Jarome Iginla — then they didn’t.
After losing out on the longtime Calgary captain to the Pittsburgh Penguins — who had also previously acquired Brenden Morrow and Doug Murray — suggesting it’s panic time for the Bruins might not be too far off the mark. Nonetheless, the players that are actually on the team are staying focused, saying that they’re...
You think the Boston Bruins are feeling festive on Easter Sunday?
They've lost 5 of their last 7 games.
The Bruins lost 3-1 to a listless Flyers team on Saturday afternoon. I watched the entire game and it looked to me like the Bruins were content to go through the motions of playing down to a weaker opponent.
In their past four games, the Bruins have trailed 2-0....
It’s hard to believe that another two weeks of Bruins hockey have come and gone and the Black and Gold are set to enter the final month of the abbreviated NHL season. With a record of 21-7-4, it is fairly obvious that they are within striking distance of another Northeast Division crown, but as is the case every two weeks, it is time to take a much, much closer look at the team...
It's nice to see that the NHL "finally" gets this, and it's about time that the NHL starts calling the embellishment, fans are tired of watching players diving and flailing all over the ice. Diving is unsportsmanlike behavior and if the refs call this stuff, eventually the players will get the message and stop doing it. Now, it's time for the NCAA on-ice officials...
By Mitch Cole (@DirtyWaterBuzz)
Wednesday was a whirlwind night in Boston.
Just when the Bruins thought they had acquired Flames legend Jarome Iginla in a trade, Calgary called them back and broke the news; Iginla was a Penguin, not a Bruin.
It’s one of the strangest situations NHL fans have seen in a very long time. Multiple reports throughout the night indicated...
The Boston Bruins figured Jarome Iginla would be in Pennsylvania for a Saturday matinee with his new team.
That will be the case for Iginla, but he'll be across the state while the Bruins try to regroup during this visit to face the stumbling Philadelphia Flyers.
Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli thought he had a deal in place to acquire Iginla from Calgary, but the Flames...