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All Things Avs:
My latest podcast features a visit with two Philadelphia Flyers beat writers – Frank Seravalli of the Philadelphia Daily News and Anthony Sanfilippo of the Delaware County Times. Not only do we talk about the Flyers, but thoughts on Chris Pronger, Mike Milbury, the whole concussion issue facing the league, the HBO cameras around the Flyers all the time right now and many more things – including some Avs talk about Monday’s game between Colorado and Philly.
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Hockey analyst Mike Milbury is denying charges that he physically assaulted a 12-year-old, instead telling The Boston Globe that he was merely breaking up a fight between the boy and his son Jake. "No one was punched, kicked, or assaulted in any way," Milbury told the Globe's Kevin Paul Dupont. "I grabbed the other kid by the sweater to stop a fight and, yeah,...
Former NHL player and coach Mike Milbury did his best to clear the air following his altercation with a 12-year-old boy at a youth hockey event.
Milbury, who could be charged with assault and battery on a child, contends that his son, Jake, was being verbally bullied and bothered by another on Dec. 9 at the Dexter School Ice Rink in Brookline, Mass.
"I want to be clear about...
The National Hockey League has reported an increase in concussions over the past few weeks and the Philadelphia Flyers are one of the teams hit hard with two key players being lost to concussions.
The Orange and Black first got the news that their captain, Chris Pronger, would be out for the rest of the season [...]
NHL Hot Stove Managing Editor David Strehle was able to catch up with Flyers’ defenseman Matt Carle after Saturday’s game against Boston. In an exclusive interview, Carle talks about the upcoming Winter Classic, and the state of the team’s defense without Chris Pronger.
By David Strehle
NHL Hot Stove Managing Editor
As camera crews for Home Box Office’s ”24/7″...
from Tom Hawthorn at the Globe and Mail, He once ejected nine players from a game for fighting.
The most notorious incident in Gregg Madill’s career came at the end of a game at Madison Square Garden in Manhattan on Dec. 23, 1979. After the final whistle, players from both teams milled on the ice in a scrum that grew more heated as players argued. A fan then reached over the glass...
Yep, it's Monday, and that means yet another edition of Unsportsmanlike Conduct. I'm gonna keep trying to establish this weekly look at the entire NHL until I either run out of material or scare all of my regular readers away. Where should we begin?
- I would have commented earlier on the Mike Milbury incident, but there really isn't much to report here. Sounds like...
HBO 24/7 returns tonight at 10pm. Interesting storylines in this one to say the least. Chris Pronger officially being ruled out for the year, the Flyers 6-0 loss to the Boston Bruins, and the lame "broadway hat" that the Rangers are wearing.
Here is your Morning Buzz:
Ilya Bryzgalov's Winter Classic mask is absolutely incredible. It features Philly greats such as Mike...
It’s amazing how many people have latched onto the idea that the Philadelphia Flyers should trade for Ryan Suter or Shea Weber from the Nashville Predators the minute that it was announced Chris Pronger would not play for the rest of the season.
Never mind the fact that the Flyers would have to perform some serious [...]
1 Boston (21-9-1) The Bruins are on pace for a plus-124 goal differential. That would be the best number since the 1995-96 Red Wings were plus-144. Of course, that didn’t translate into a Stanley Cup for the Wings.
2 Chicago (21-8-4) The 2.88 goals per game they’re allowing are the most since they gave up 3.06 per game in 2006-07. Ray Emery, however, is 6-0-1 in December...