Found January 11, 2012 on Buzz On Broad:

Scott Hartnell
Scott Hartnell is having an incredible season and the fact that there is even a possiblity of him not being an all-star is a disgrace.

What does Peter Laviolette think about this? [CSN Philly]

“I’m not lobbying, but it would be criminal for Scott Hartnell not to be on there,” said coach Peter Laviolette.
“In my opinion, he is the top power forward in the game right now. Based on numbers, based on the season, plus/minus, hits, physical play, goals and assists, you’d have to come up with somebody who’s had a better year than Scott.”


Hartnell may be playing some great hockey, but the highlight of the year so far has to be him calling Evgeni Malkin the ugliest player in the league.


Tim Panaccio: My Rant on Hartnell

There are not many things Scott Hartnell and I agree on. He likes to get edgy with me and I like to reciprocate. In the absence of Chris Pronger, Hartsy is the only guy in the dressing room to spar with these days. But I truly believe he got royally shafted today when the NHL announced the remainder of its All-Star Team. In virtually any given season, Scott Hartnell is not...

Will Scott Hartnell Make The All-Star Team?

Early this season, Scott Hartnell was struggling. In his first 7 games, he only managed 0 goals and 2 assists, often looking out of place. Some games he was even dropped to the 4th line, averaging less than 10 minutes of ice time per game. Rumors began to swirl that the Flyer’s were looking to [...]

Making a Case for Hartnell at the All-Star Game

Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer suggested today that Scott Hartnell could very well make the roster for the NHL All-Star Game in Ottawa. Hartnell has never been to the event before, but has the advantage this season of ranking (as of Tuesday) 8th in plus/minus, 14th in goals (18) and 24th in points (37). As [...]

Tim Panaccio: Defensive Collapse

Though the Flyers had an "OFF" today it was anything but. Peter Laviolette held class at the team's hotel in Raleigh in one of the ball rooms. They watched film. Mostly, Lavy told me, they watched clips of the mistakes they made against Ottawa. When I walked out of Scotiabank Place last night with Bruce Garrioch, I said to another writer, 'we'll see you...

Scott Hartnell on HNIC Radio

Scott Hartnell on Hockey Night in Canada Radio

Scott Hartnell Talks About 24/7, Agitating Other Players, And More

  Video via FlyersInHD on YouTube and NHL Network.

Two Flyers Make All-Star Team, Two Will Play In All-Star Rookie Game

The NHL announced the All-Star rosters, and Kimmo Timonen and Claude Giroux are the lone Flyers selected. Matt Read and Sean Couturier also were selected to play in the all-star rookie game. The complete NHL All-Star rosters can be found here. Who is left off the list? Scott Hartnell. Peter Laviolette recently said that it would be criminal if Hartnell was not selected. It really...

Flyers All-Stars, A Snub & Goalie Controversy

Flyers television analyst Keith Jones, talks about Claude Giroux getting to play in the All-Star game two years in a row, Scott Hartnell being left off the All-Star squad and about goalie Ilya Bryzgalov's struggles.

Bobrovsky Key to Flyers 2-1 Win Against Hurricanes

I hate, hate, hate the expression “goalie controversy,” and yet here we are. Peter Laviolette opted to start Ilya Brygalov in net on Sunday night after a strong performance the day before. Six goals and a “loss” later, and the team turned to Sergei Bobrovsky once again to right the ship. In a game in which [...]

Flyers-Hurricanes Preview

The Philadelphia Flyers' top line has been held without a point in back-to-back games for the first time this season. Keeping Claude Giroux, Scott Hartnell and Jaromir Jagr off the scoresheet for a third straight contest seems unlikely given the trio's production this season against the Carolina Hurricanes. The Flyers look to keep up their dominance of the Hurricanes as...

Flyers beat Islanders for 26th time in 28 games

UNIONDALE — Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 33 shots, and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the New York Islanders for the 26th time in 28 games, 3-2 on Thursday night. Scott Hartnell, Wayne Simmonds and Sean Couturier scored for the Flyers (26-12-4), who moved within two points of the Atlantic Division-leading New York Rangers...
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