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Goalie Steve Mason was down in a heap crumpled inside his own net with Phoenix Coyotes tough guy Paul Bissonette on his knees in the crease with his arms raised pleading his innocence.
It wasn’t even the 6-foot-2 216-pound forward’s own force that nearly knocked out Mason.
It was Zac Rinaldo Mason’s teammate who shoved the opponent and got a cross-checking penalty for it.
“I didn’t feel too good but it happens” said Mason who made 29 saves in a 2-1 loss to Phoenix. “You have to move on.”
The 25-year-old goalie is used to having vulcanized rubber fired at him all night but he isn’t so used to getting opponents shoved into him.
Until recently that is.
“It happened a couple times in Carolina as well” Mason said. “Our guys are battling but we can’t be taking penalties like that.”
In the preseason it happened too.
Craig Berube wants his team checking tighter in the defensive zone but he didn’t think he’d have to mention it should be against the boards and not against a teamm
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Scott Hartnell knows hockey. Selling cars is another story.
Of course, he's not the first pro athlete to have trouble getting the tone just right while doing a local TV ad.
Even with one of the best directors of pro athletes in local TV ads at the helm, the Flyers star has all sorts of trouble executing his vision.
OK, OK, it's parody, but it's pretty funny.
Ian Laperriere was in Seattle preparing to fly to British Columbia to scout Flyers prospects when his cell phone rang.
It was general manager Paul Holmgren. He wanted to know if the 39-year-old former player was still interested in coaching.
Laperriere didn’t even bother to call his wife Magali to discuss another career change.
“She knows trust me” he said. “I’ve...
An inauspicious start to the Philadelphia Flyers season has just gotten worse.
The Flyers dropped Friday night’s contest versus the Phoenix Coyotes 2-1, and played a majority of the game without both Scott Hartnell and Vincent Lecavalier, as the two forwards exited with injuries. After the game, GM Paul Holmgren announced the two would miss “at least a week”, and after...
The Philadelphia Flyers will be without top-six forwards Scott Hartnell and Vincent Lecavalier for at least a week after each was injured during the Flyers' 2-1 loss Friday to the visiting Phoenix Coyotes.
"Scott has an upper-body injury probably going to keep him out for at least a week" Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren said. "We will know better [Saturday...
from Frank Seravalli of the Philadelphia Daily News,
Now, the Flyers will be without first-line winger Hartnell (upper-body injury) and Lecavalier (lower-body injury), who has been one of their more consistent players to start. Both players will be out "at least a week," according to general manager Paul Holmgren.
Both Hartnell and Lecavalier will need MRIs to...
The Philadelphia Flyers lost for the fifth time this season tonight in Detroit, as they lost to the Red Wings by the count of 5-2. Niklas Kronwall has a goal and two assists, while Daniel Alfredsson had three helpers in a win for Detroit. Jimmy Howard stopped 32 shots for the win, while his team produced three goals on the power play. Ray Emery had 25 stops for the visitors, while...
I am not Malik but here are the Detroit goals.. And your thoughts on the game are always welcome.
Continue reading "Wings Score Five Against The Flyers"
The Adirondack Phantoms (1-1-0-1) performed well in their home opener in front of a sellout crowd of 5,031, only to fall to the Hartford Wolf Pack (3-0-0-1) in their final season in Glens Falls. Mark Alt and Ben Holmstrom scored for the Phantoms but it wasn’t enough as Brodie Dupont’s late third period goal was the difference in the game. It only took 1:16 into the game for the...
Pavel Datsyuk celebrates with his teammates after scoring in the third period of the Flyers 5-2 loss to the Red Wings.
The Flyers played like the team that wanted it more offensively. They fired 34 shots on Jimmy Howard and the Red Wings.
But the defense and goalie Ray Emery struggled and the offense couldn't finish.
More of what has plagued the Flyers all season continued...
Monday Quick Hits
* The Flyers took a complete day off yesterday, following their back-to-back games on Friday (2-1 home loss to Phoenix) and Saturday (5-2 road loss to Detroit). They return to practice today at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. Practice is slated to start at 10:30 a.m. and the session, as always, is free and open to the public.
I will have a post-practice update...
GAME PREVIEW: FLYERS @ RED WINGS (12:45 AM, EDT)
Playing the back end of games on consecutive nights, the Philadelphia Flyers (1-4-0) head to the Motor City to take on the Detroit Red Wings (2-2-0). Game time is 7 p.m. eastern. The game will be televised locally on CSN Philly.
With Detroit moving from the Western to Eastern Conference this season, Saturday's game marks...
Here is your Philadelphia Flyers Gameday FAQ for Saturday, October 12, 2013. When and where are the Flyers playing? The Detroit Red Wings (2-2-0) host the Philadelphia Flyers (1-4-0) at Joe Louis Arena for a 7:00pm game. How can I watch this game? You can view this game via Comcast Sportsnet Philadelphia (CSN Philly) if you’re in the Philadelphia viewing area and have that...
The Philadelphia Flyers fired coach Peter Laviolette after a loss last Sunday to the Carolina Hurricanes. They promoted Craig Berube to head coach. Since then, they are 1-2-0, as they beat the Florida Panthers on Tuesday, but lost to the Phoenix Coyotes and the Detroit Red Wings, and have scored just five goals in that span. Berube wants to institute a more defensively conscious...
Sorry for the late start; still trying to get the hang of this "Interwebs" thing.
The Malik Report
(Still a work in progress, so please excuse my dust) Continue reading "10/12/1013 GDT: Detroit Red Wings vs Philadelphia Flyers"
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Philadelphia Flyers vs. Detroit Red Wings
7:00 PM – Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, Michigan
Projected Line Combinations
Tye McGinn – Claude Giroux – Jakub Voracek
Michael Raffl – Brayden Schenn – Wayne Simmonds
Maxime Talbot – Sean Couturier – Matt Read
Jay Rosehill – Adam Hall – Zac Rinaldo