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Ever heard of Philadelphia Flyers goon Zac Rinaldo? Yeah, we hadn’t either. Looked up his stats and realized this guy compiled 232 PIMs in the regular season and racked up 16 PIMs in Game 3 against the Penguins. Then we went to YouTube to watch him fight Zenon Konopka. Not a great brawl, but proof that he drops ‘em early and often.
So, of course, we’re kinda figuring we’ll be getting our asses kicked over these mirror pics. #NBD. It’s our job to expose mirror shots, even from the guys who are 21-years-old, had 331 PIMs in the AHL.
Thanks to our friends in Quebec for these shots. No idea when Zac sent these off to a Puck Bunny, but she seems to have turned on him.
BC Photo Editor Big Gay Rich has used his photo matching recognition software and swears on his sex life that it’s Rinaldo.
[Flyers vs. Penguins | Game Four | 7:30 | Tonight]
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Solid effort from the Flyers goaltending and defense last night in its 10-3 loss in Game 4. If you’re going to lose you might as well get your ass kicked. Get the ass kicking out of the system. Come back strong in Game 5 and finish off Sids. Yes, your new semi-NSFW hero/goon Zac Rinaldo was thrown out for this in a blowout. Vancouver also survived elimination.
In Columbian hooker...
'AN ABSOLUTE JOKE'
It's OK for hockey fans to express their hatred toward Penguins captain Sidney Crosby, but when an opposing broadcaster does it in the middle of a game, that's the definition of trouble. In Game 3 of the Penguins-Flyers series on Sunday, Crosby continued to add more fuel to the fire of this already intense rivalry. Philadelphia radio broadcaster Chris Therien called Crosby...
from Frank Seravalli of Frequent Flyers, Defenseman Nick Grossmann missed Thursday’s practice.
Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren said that Grossmann suffered an “upper-body” injury in Game 4 against Pittsburgh. He is officially listed as “day-to-day.”
Grossmann left the game in the second period after taking an elbow to the head from Evgeni Malkin. NBC 10’s Howard...
Sunday's violent Flyers-Penguins Stanley Cup playoff game resulted in a lot of vicious reactions from all across the internet, with Penguins fans throwing racist insults towards Wayne Simmonds of the Flyers, Flyers fans complaining about the Penguins being dirty whiners, and the mainstream media freaking out about every Sidney Crosby stereotype coming true in one series.
The Philadelphia Flyers were crushed in Game 4 against thePittsburgh Penguins. The 10-3 loss was one of the worst in playoff history for the team. There were plenty of bad decisions in this game but one is going to be talked about a lot among the fans. Peter Laviolette made the decision to pull goalie Ilya Bryzgalov in the second period and turn to Sergei Bobrovsky. Given...
The Philadelphia Flyers never seem to take the easy road, and their Eastern Conference quarterfinal matchup with the Pittsburgh Penguins is proving to be no exception.
The Flyers could have made it easier on themselves by sweeping their reeling intrastate rivals and moving on to the second round of the NHL playoffs. But instead the home team gave up 10 goals, including four while...
Philadelphia Flyer Scott Hartnell has his own twitter hashtag, #HARTNELLDOWN, and now he's got a video to boot.
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The score could have been 20-3 tonight, and it would still count for the same amount of wins and impact on this series: 1.
While getting handled in front of your home crowd (embarrassed frankly), the one positive thing the Flyers can take out of Wednesday night's 10-3 loss to the Penguins is that they still hold a commanding 3-1 series lead.
DISCLAIMER: This is obviously a joke...
Shoddy goaltending and defense, coupled with a lack of discipline allowed the Pittsburgh Penguins a new lease on life in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. The Flyers now lead the series 3-1.
A 10-3 drubbing at the hands of an archenemy hurts, no matter what the circumstances surround it are. With that said, the way the Flyers lost to the Penguins in game 4 of their Eastern Conference...
I have no idea what’s gotten into the Philadelphia Flyers as they’ve taken a commanding 3-0 lead over the Pittsburgh Penguins by scoring a mind-boggling eight goals in each of their last two wins, but at this point, you’ve got to believe the Flyers have a very realistic chance of bringing home Philly’s first hockey title since way back in 1975 (my God, it’s been that long...
The day we've all been waiting for (well since this past Sunday) is finally here.
Tonight, the Flyers will face the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals. The Flyers have built a commanding 3-0 series lead on discipline, composure, and, a high scoring offensive attack.
But as every player says... the fourth win is the hardest to get.
Arron Asham has been suspended by the league for attacking Flyers' Brayden Schenn during Game 3 between the Penguins and Flyers. NHL disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan explains in the video below.