Found January 02, 2012 on
Buzz On Broad:
Eventually the sting of a close loss will go away, but for right now the Winter Classic has left a bitter taste in the mouths of Flyers fans and the players on the team.
The Delaware County Times does a great job covering the team on a day-to-day basis, and here are some videos from after the game of Ed Snider and Danny Breire talking about the tough loss.
Give Snider credit for putting this event together- it is one that will forever be remembered in the city.
Videos after the jump.
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from Larry Brooks of the NY Post, The Greatest Spectacle on Ice turned into yet another showcase for the Rangers, who basked in the elements and under the spotlights in spoiling the party Flyers CEO Ed Snider wanted to throw for himself.
Honestly, no one is more surprised than I am by my own embrace of the Winter Classic, an event that has become a can’t-miss, circle-the-date...
Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider just turned 79. Snider says he doesn't lose his temper as much these days, but says the fire still burns to win games.
Happy New Year!
OK, I am going to admit I enjoyed the alumni game to a degree, even if it was a celebration of the city of Philadelphia, of Ed Snider (apparently everybody in Philly calls him Mr. Snider, because pretty much everybody works for him), and of all things Comcast.
How about Bobby Clarke, that old humble gentleman, saying he didn’t think an event like...
I’m not normally a conspiracy theorist. However the last five minutes of the Winter Classic and in fact throughout a lot of the game, NHL refereeing managed to sink to a new low. Some of the calls (and non-calls), particularly at the end of the game were so bad they were almost funny.
This morning I read Rick Carpiniello’s always informative Rangers Report blog for his game...
PHILADELPHIA — The Greatest Spectacle on Ice turned into yet another showcase for the Rangers, who basked in the elements and under the spotlights in spoiling the party Flyers CEO Ed Snider wanted to throw for himself.
Honestly, no one is more surprised than I am by my own embrace of...