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Timonen May Extend NHL Career Beyond 2013-14
Shortly after signing a one-year contract extension with the Flyers for the 2013-14 season, defenseman Kimmo Timonen said that he was "ninety nine percent sure" that it would be his final campaign in the NHL. Now, the 38-year-old defenseman is reconsidering his future.
Yesterday, the four-time NHL All-Star told CSN Philly/HockeyBuzz writer Tim Pa...
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Kimmo Timonen has been a key member of the Flyers’ defense (Jim McIsaac). Wear-and-tear is part of the package when you sign up to the play in the National Hockey League. The older you get, the more you feel it. Just ask Kimmo Timonen. Timonen, 38, is entering his 15th season. After signing a one-year [...]
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Mature Emery Eager for Philadelphia Return
One of the biggest gambles Paul Holmgren has taken as Flyers general manager was taking a chance on goaltender Ray Emery in 2009. By the time Holmgren brought Emery back to Philly in 2013, the signing was hailed as a budget-friendly coup rather than just another roll of the goaltending dice.
Holmgren has always been someone who is...
[Led Redkoles/NHLI via Getty Images] The Philadelphia Flyers have re-signed restricted free agent defenseman Brandon Manning to a one-year, two-way deal, according to Anthony SanFilippo. His NHL salary is $675,000. Manning, 23, was an alternate captain last year for the Adirondack Phantoms of the American Hockey League (AHL). He scored six goals and had 15 assists [...]
The Philadelphia Flyers are among a select few of teams that have trouble setting their offensive lines because of too much talent. The Flyers last season struggled on the defensive line, so in the offseason Paul Holmgren decided to stack the offense some more, with the philosophy of score more times than you get scored on. However, this may work very very very very very well for...
Now while there aren’t any Philadelphia Flyers up for the US Olympic team at the moment, I’m still assuming most of you Flyers fans will also be rooting for the old stars and stripes come February. On Tuesday, August 27th, Team USA unveiled the jerseys that they will be wearing in the 2014 Sochi Olympics. The results are…underwhelming. What is this fake lace nonsense? The weird...
[Getty Images] The Philadelphia Flyers have announced their roster for rookie camp, which begins on September 6 at the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, NJ. At the conclusion of the three-day camp, a rookie game against the Washington Capitals rookies will be played at the Kettler Ice Plaza in Arlington, VA. That game will take place at [...]