Found November 01, 2013 on
Larry Brown Sports:
If there’s one thing that most hockey fans can agree on, it’s that goalie fights are about as good as it gets. And that’s what the fans saw on Friday night in Philadelphia during the Flyers’ 7-0 loss to the Washington Capitals. Frustrated over getting blown out, Flyers winger Wayne Simmonds laid a couple of […]
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The Flyers may be off to the worst start in franchise history, but goalie Steve Mason has done his part to keep his team competitive in every game this season. Mason enters tonight’s game with the Washington Capitals with a 2.25 GAA which ranks him 7th among goaltenders who have played 500 or more minutes this season, and has a save percentage of .928 that is tied for fourth...
Last night’s game between the Philadelphia Flyers and Washington Capitals wasn’t pretty on the scoreboard, and it wasn’t pretty on the ice. With the winner a foregone conclusion, a line-brawl erupted, sparked by a Wayne Simmonds hit. Flyers goaltender Ray…Read more →The post Flyers goaltender Ray Emery beats up unwilling combatant Braydon Holtby appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
It was already one-sided on the scoreboard, so one goalie found a way to even it up when the Philadelphia Flyers and Washington Capitals engaged in a full line brawl that included both goaltenders dropping the gloves.
The whole thing started when Wayne Simmonds turned into a human wrecking ball the next shift after Washington scored to make it 7-0. He and Tom Wilson dropped the...
GAME PREVIEW (11:00 PM EDT, 11/1/13)
One night after absorbing a humiliating 7-0 pasting at the hands of the Washington Capitals, the Philadelphia Flyers (3-9-0) will be in Newark to take on the New Jersey Devils (3-5-4). Game time is 7:00 p.m. eastern. The match will be televised locally TCN Philadelphia.
This is the first of five meetings between the teams this season. After...
It took the Philadelphia Flyers just 11 games in the 2013-14 campaign to make a trade. According to the club, the team has traded center/winger Max Talbot for right winger Steve Downie.
Downie, the Flyers first round pick in 2005, returns to Philadelphia after being traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2008 as a part of the Matt Carle deal. He put up career highs...