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According to Finnish website Kavela.fl, Kärpät, a team in the SM-Liga, will likely sign Toronto Marlies goaltender Jussi Rynnas, replacing former Philadelphia Flyers goalie Johan Backland who is expected to leave at the end of the season. As a younger player, Rynnäs was never considered a prime talent and was, for example, never drafted in the [...]
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A court in the Czech Republic has banned eight fans from a stadium for one year for racially abusing Philadelphia Flyers winger Wayne Simmonds in October when he was playing there during the NHL lockout.
Judge Petr Novak at the court in the northern city of Chomutov called Wednesday's verdict ''sufficient.''
Simmonds, who is black, was the target of racist chants...
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In the final game before a five day lay-off the Flyers went into Tampa Bay in yet another “must-win” situation and lost, 4-2. The Flyers came out swinging early, finishing checks and pushing the pace, earning several scoring chances- their best on a fore-check turnover forced by Max Talbot, getting the puck back to [...]