Found October 09, 2012 on
NHLTags: Claude GirouxDanny BriereEisbären BerlinNHL LockoutDanny Briere and Claude Giroux are not the first players from the Philadelphia Flyers to make the jump to Europe in light of the NHL lockout, but none of their forebears have as high a profile. Earlier today, the two were formally introduced to the fans of their new home, the Eisbären Berlin. The press [...](Read more...)
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On Thursday, Philadelphia Flyers forwards Daniel Briere and Claude Giroux signed deals to play for Eisbären Berlin of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL).Briere, who is very well known for being a class both act on and off the ice, sent a video to the Eisbären fans on Sunday night.Giroux, who is also a fan favorite in Philadelphia, sent a video to his new fans as well.The videos...
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Could the NHL lockout cost the league some players? Flyers goalie Ilya Bryzgalov believes that could be the case with some players.
The next Flyer that I checked up on is Right winger, Wayne Simmonds.After a breakout season last year in Philadelphia, one where Wayne scored 28 goals, 21 assists, for 49 points. He decided this season during the lockout to go over-seas and play hockey in Germany for the Crimmitschaue ETC of the 2.Bundesliga. From what I understand, it is the second highest level of pro hockey in...
The NHL has cancelled games up to October 24th which means that the Bruins opening night game in Philadelphia against the Flyers was told to go **** its face. I know there are some blogs out there doing fake game recaps and stuff, but that's to painful for us. We're just going to drink and listen to Sex Bomb-omb because in the words of Scott Pilgrim: WE ARE SEX BOMB-OMB...