Found December 17, 2011 on
The Flyers finally received some good news yesterday regarding their injured defensemen, as Andreas Lilja has recovered from his high ankle sprain about three weeks earlier than expected. Lilja suffered the injury following the win against the Montreal Canadiens on “black Friday.”
Lilja was loaned to the Adirondack Phantoms on a conditioning assignment that will continue [...]
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Ever since Chris Pronger was ruled out for the season, there have been many questions. First off, is he going to retire? A report does suggest he is considering it.
What can the Flyers do to fill his spot? Can they even do anything financially?
Via Pro Hockey Talk: Pronger’s contract is a 35-and-over deal that comes with a cap hit of $4.9 million for the next five seasons.
Philadelphia Flyers center Sean Couturier left Saturday's game against the Washington Capitals due to a head injury.
Couturier fell to the ice after he was hit in the side of the helmet on a slap shot by teammate Kimmo Timonen in the final minute of the first period. He stayed on the ice for several minutes before being assisted to the locker room. Flyers general manager Paul...
This one should be interesting for HBO 24/7.
The Flyers came into this game without Giroux or Pronger playing very well as of late. Today, we saw a team that looked lost and played with no sense of urgency.
Bryzgalov was pulled after letting up some soft goals, so let the controversy discussions continue.
The Flyers also lost another player to injury - Sean Couterier...
The big news story of yesterday was that Chris Pronger will miss the remainder of the season due to post-concussion syndrome. Chris Pronger is a Philadelphia Flyer defenceman who is signed to a problematic contract. He is signed through the 2016/17 season with a salary cap hit of almost $5 million dollars a year. This is a 35+ contract which means that it stays on the Flyers...
Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen was not expecting to get nailed by Stephen Walkom, the ref, Tuesday.
Oddly for the NHL -- no concussion followed.
Every time you take a sip of coffee,...
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