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Giroux Still a Shoo-in for Canadian Olympic Team
Claude Giroux's decision to skip Team Canada's orientation camp following surgery to repair torn tendons in his right index finger is unlikely to affect his chances of playing in the Olympics next February. The fact that Hockey Canada does not plan to invite another NHL player (such as Dallas' Jamie Benn) in his absence tells you all you need to...
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Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux has cancelled any weekend travel plans to Calgary.
The 25-year-old Giroux says he's not going to attend Hockey Canada's summer orientation camp ahead of the 2014 Sochi Olympics according to TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun.
Giroux - who underwent surgery on his index finger on Thursday after his club snapped during a round of golf...
Should Flyers Retire Any More Numbers?
The Flyers have retired five numbers in honor of great players of the past: Bernie Parent (#1), Mark Howe (#2), Barry Ashbee (#4), Bill Barber (#7) and Clarke (#16). Ashbee's jersey retirement was a special case to honor a fallen team leader who represented the everyman player made good. The others are all Hockey Hall of Fame inductees...
The Flyers have released their full broadcast schedule for the preseason and regular season. Sixty three games will air locally on Comcast Sportsnet Philadelphia and eight will be shown on The Comcast Network. There will be 10 games exlusively on NBC Sports Network and one on NBC. In Canada, there will be 15 English-language broadcasts on TSN, TSN2 or the CBC.
In terms of radio...