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Your opinion on Ilya Bryzgalov's trustworthiness may vary. The goaltender, known more for his quotes about the universe than his goaltending abilities, mentioned in an article on TSN.ca that he believes certain Russian players will remain in the KHL when the NHL returns from a lockout. Does he have a solid argument or are these quotes ones we should roll our eyes at? It's important to note that Bryzgalov isn't the first to discuss Russian players staying in the KHL after the lockout is over. Alex Ovechkin mentioned something similar, stating he might entertain the notion of staying if the situation called for it and that several of his fellow Russian players might join him. Bryzgalov's statements make a lot of sense. In the TSN.ca article he states: I think some of the players may not return to the NHL because you have everything here and major companies are going to pay the top players here big money. And, especially for Russians players who can play at home in fron...
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As the NHL lockout keeps on going with no end in sight, many players are making backup plans including many of them playing in Russia's top hockey league, the KHL, but Philadelphia Flyers netminder Ilya Bryzgalov says that the Russian players could just stay there even after the NHL lockout is resolved. Bryzgalov is playing for CSKA Moscow this upcoming KHL season and says that...
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...
According to a report from CSN Philly, Flyers forward Jakub Voracek sustained a knee injury this weekend. He is currently playing in the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) for HC Lev Praha.Petr Svoboda, Voracek's agent, said that it was just a knee sprain and that Jake will only be sidelined for a week.Another source told CSN Philly that the injury is worse.Should the injury be...
On Thursday, several sources confirmed that Philadelphia Flyers stars Claude Giroux and Daniel Briere had signed in Germany to play for Eisbären Berlin. The team competes in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL).Sunday morning, Peter John Lee, who is the general manager of the team, confirmed the signings:“These two players are the best of the best in international ice hockey. They...
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...
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TODAY'S GAMES (WITH LINKS)
* KHL: Ruslan Fedotenko and HC Donbass Donetsk host Severstal Cherepovets today. The game starts at noon eastern U.S./Canada time. A free webcast stream will be available.
* KHL: Without the services of injured Jakub Voracek but with Zdeno Chara in the lineup, Sans Voracek, HC Lev Prague will appear on ESPN3.com and ESPN2 tomorrow when...
Every GM and coach has one nightmare during the lockout - what happens if my player gets hurt overseas?
That's exactly what happened to Flyers winger Jakub Voracek, who injured his knee on Saturday against St. Petersburg, CSNPhilly.com has learned.
The update to this is that while his agent, Petr Svobda, says the injury is not as bad, the club said he would miss a month...
Thanks to all who voted for the Top Defensemen. The Top-Four were pretty unanimous and gives a nice blend of past and present I think. So far the team stands as
Randy Carlyle - Dave Babych (Can't break up that pair)
Phil Housley - Teppo Numminen
Keith Yandle - Ed Jovanovski
Considering the coach will be Tippett...