The Washington Capitals needed any help they could get on Tuesday night against the Philadelphia Flyers.
Trailing 5-0 late in the third period, they got it from an on-ice official. Referee Stephen Walkom tried to jump out of the way of the action after stopping to collect a broken stick but wasn't quick enough. Instead, he ended up checking Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen and knocking him to the ground.
We're not sure why Walkom thought jumping was the best idea in this situation, but he ended up getting Timonen with a pretty clean hit.
Philadelphia Flyers captain Chris Pronger will miss the remainder of the regular season and playoffs with post-concussion symptoms.
The team made the announcement during Thursday's game against Montreal.
The 37-year-old has not played since Nov. 19. He has been complaining of constant headaches and a feeling of sluggishness.
Pronger has also missed time this season with an...
Last night on HBO's 24/7 we learned that the Flyers have adopted Mac Miller's "Knock Knock" as their victory song.
With the success of the team so far, it only seemed right to lay highlights from those victories to the song.
After watching episode 1, the only word that comes to mind is incredible.
Watching other versions of the show was great, but having inside access to our team is just amazing. With that said, here is your recap of episode 1.
As the NY Daily News put it, "The unquestionable stars of the first episode of HBO’s “24/7 Flyers/Rangers: Road to the Winter Classic” both hail from...
Scott Hartnell extended his goal-scoring streak to six games, Marc-Andre Bourdon got his first NHL goal and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Washington Capitals 5-1 Tuesday night for their sixth straight victory.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Sidney Crosby and Claude Giroux should have been intertwined this season as two of the NHL's brightest stars, competing for state supremacy, an MVP trophy and a Stanley Cup.
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