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The Flyers acquired goaltender Brian Boucher in a trade with Carolina on Sunday, but on Monday the Flyers waived Boucher along with defenseman Andrea Lilja. According to CSNPhilly.com the move gives the Flyers the option to send either player to the Adirondack Phantoms of the AHL. The players need to pass through waivers in order to be assigned to Adirondack. Boucher's expected demotion leaves Philadelphia with two goalies, Ilya Bryzgalov and Michael Leighton. Boucher has not participated in preseason camp, but Lilja has. Whether he'll start the season in the NHL or AHL is unclear.
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The Philadelphia Flyers have named Claude Giroux the 19th captain in team history.
General manager Paul Holmgren made the announcement Tuesday night. The Flyers say Kimmo Timonen will serve as associate captain, and Scott Hartnell and Danny Briere will serve as alternate captains.
Giroux takes over for defenseman Chris Pronger. Pronger has not played for the Flyers since Nov. 19...
Former Flyers captain Chris Pronger, who is dealing with post concussion syndrome, spoke today on the team naming Claude Giroux as the new captain. All quotes via Anthony SanFilippo of PhiladelphiaFlyers.com “It’s well deserved.” “He’s obviously a very important part […]
Well, I guess it couldn't wait until Thursday night's practice.
According to the Flyers' official Twitter account, Paul Holmgren has officially announced that Claude Giroux will be the 19th captain in the history of the Philadelphia Flyers.
We all knew it was coming, and so did the organization. According to several reports, the Flyers named Giroux captain tonight because...
Claude Giroux will be named the Flyers next captain this Thursday, at the team’s open practice at the Wells Fargo Center. The naming was pushing to Thursday it would a public affair and to the Flyer-ed up week of events. This announcement that will be televised and streamed online. Defense-man Chris Pronger had been the…
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Contrary to numerous reports, the Philadelphia Flyers will not name their captain today. Anthony SanFilippo, inside reporter for the Flyers, reported early this morning that the team will not make the announcement today.
It is believed that the team will announce their new captain (most likely Claude Giroux) on Thursday night at the Wells Fargo Center...
BREAKING: Flyers GM Paul Holmgren has named Claude Giroux 19th Captain of the Philadelphia Flyers. After it was widely speculated that Giroux would be named captain during a practice at Wells Fargo Center Thursday night the Flyers went ahead and […]
NBC is off to an awesome start with their hockey coverage this year. Via Puck Daddy:
"Claude Giroux and the Flyers have their sights set on revenge for last season’s playoff loss to Pitt."
Ten bucks says NBC got their results from the script Bettman wrote for last season and not from what actually happened.
Every season, TSN puts out a list of the top 50 players in the National Hockey League.
Just like last season, Pittsburgh Penguins' captain Sidney Crosby tops the rankings. He's followed by teammate Evgeni Malkin in this edition, with another familiar face coming in third.
That's right; the guy who decked Crosby in the playoffs last season comes in at third place in this...
Hi Ek, I have to chime in here as I disagree with the Flyers choice for Captain this season. So I wrote this out.
Why Giroux Should Not Be Captain. (yet)
Yes he's the leader on the ice; yes he's a top 5 player in the league. He had a real coming out party last year and in the playoffs. The Flyers are HIS team. I get that. But today's Hockey Captains have to...
from Sam Carchidi of Broad Street Bull,
On Ilya Bryzgalov: "I think we're in good shape in goal. I have a lot of faith in Bryzgalov. I think he'll do a real good job for us. I'm not concerned. I think a lot of his problems had to do with the different style we played as opposed to Phoenix, and I really believe we;ll probably tighten it up a bit to help him out...
The NHL is off to a great start! The Philadelphia Flyers and the Pittsburgh Penguins are set to face one another in a “rematch” of last year’s insane playoff series in which the Flyers won in six games. Someone at NBC obviously didn’t pay attention to that detail. Ah, screw it! HOCKEY’S BACK!!!!!!!!!!!