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Eric Lindros will participate in the Philadelphia Flyers alumni game against the New York Rangers during Winter Classic weekend.
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Eric Lindros confirmed on Wednesday that he will be playing hockey in the City of Brotherly Love - well, the Winter Classic Alumni Game, that is.
The former Philadelphia Flyers captain told 590 AM radio in Toronto that he will participate in a reunion of the Legion of Doom line with John LeClair and Mikael Renberg during the Alumni Game at Citizens Bank Park on Dec. 31.
One of the more popular--not to mention effective--lines in Philadelphia Flyers history will be reunited this winter, when John LeClair, Mikael Renberg and Eric Lindros lace up their skates together at the Flyers-Rangers Alumni game on December 31st. Lindros confirmed the "Legion of Doom" line will skate again this morning in an interview with 590 AM in Toronto.
Blink and you might have missed Brayden Schenn in the Flyers lineup so far this season. The key piece to the Mike Richards deal, who just joined the Flyers 4 games ago, suffered a broken foot against the Canadiens on Wednesday and will miss 4-6 weeks. The Flyers placed him on LTIR and called up forward Zac Rinaldo and defenseman Erik Gustafsson.It is the second injury of the...
ESPN - All Danny Briere could hear were the agonizing screams. Chris Pronger buried his face in his hands after taking a brutal blow to the outside of the right eye, fearful of the worst for his eyesight.
Hunched over, Pronger skated straight to the bench, his hands over his eyes.
"I knew he was in trouble and needed help," said Briere, who skated with Pronger to...
By his own admission, Ian Laperriere was too macho to wear a visor. Then he took a Paul Martin slap shot to the face during the 2010 playoffs and suffered a brain contusion and concussion. He valiantly returned to the Philadelphia Flyers in the Stanley Cup Final, wearing a visor and vowing he'd wear one for the rest of his career.
That Ian Laperriere hasn't played another...
Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Chris Pronger is "progressing very well" after taking a stick to the outside of his right eye, general manager Paul Holmgren told reporters Tuesday.
The eye injury suffered by Chris Pronger last night was one of the scariest things I have ever seen. Even veteran hockey people in the pressbox -- who have seen and/or suffered some grisly injuries in their time -- were horrified by the thought of any worst-case scenario.
Thank heavens, the early prognosis is about as good as can be expected under the circumstances. Pronger'...
Ilya Bryzgalov gave up 4 goals on 10 shots tonight after coming in for starter Sergei Bobrovsky, who by the way faced 15 shots while giving up 5 goals.
He faced the media after the game….
The Philadelphia Flyers announced today that they have recalled recalled 5-11, 185-lb left wing Zac Rinaldo and 5-10, 180-lb defenseman Erik Gustafsson from their American Hockey League affiliate, the Adirondack Phantoms, according to general mana...
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