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Flyers defenseman Nicklas Grossman made this incredibly lucky save on a point-blank shot from the Senators’ Kyle Turris last night in Philadelphia. With Grossman the only line of defense in front of a wide open Flyers net, Turris’ shot deflects off one of Grossman’s skates and ricochets off the other before the entire puck can cross the goal line. The Senators were neither lucky nor good last night, as they eventually lost to Philly by a score of 5-2. The post Nicklas Grossman unintentionally makes the luckiest save of NHL season appeared first on The Nosebleeds.
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Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux says a message from a former captain of the team has helped him rediscover his passion for the game. “It wasn’t going right, and I got a nice text from Mike Richards. … I think he gave me a boost to relax and play the game,” Giroux told NHL.com on Tuesday. ”It’s a great game. There’s a reason why we play in the NHL. It’s...
Nick Kypreos of Sportsnet’s Hockey Central is reporting that the Flyers and Leafs are discussing a deal that would see Brayden Schenn and Jake Gardiner switch jerseys. Gardiner, a 23-year old defenseman, has 4 assits through 20 games so far this season and is +3. 22-year old Brayden Schenn leads the Flyers so far this season with 12 points in 19 games. He scored both Philadelphia...
We aren’t just talking hockey, either. This is easily the most beautiful pass you will see all year in sports that leads to a score (not counting football). Watch as Ottawa Senators winger Clark MacArthur goes between his own legs,…Read more →
The Ottawa Senators are at the Wells Fargo Center tonight to face off against the Philadelphia Flyers.
Don’t believe me?
Take the Senators’ Twitter account’s word for it:
We're underway in Philly. #GoSENSGo
— Ottawa Senators (@Senators) November 20, 2013
To which the Flyers’ endlessly witty Twitter account responded:
— Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFlyers...
from Pierre LeBrun of ESPN,
Blanked at home by Philadelphia, a stirring comeback win over Boston, followed by a clunker Sunday against Columbus.
Will the real Ottawa Senators please stand up?
The inconsistencies that have plagued the team since the beginning of the season are continuing.
"We can't start games, to begin with," Senators GM Bryan Murray...
Clarke MacArthur wasted no time getting on the highlight reel last night, setting up Kyle Turris early in the first period with this beautiful through-the-legs dish on an odd man rush. MacArthur’s pass was right on the money and Turris managed to squeeze the puck past the Wild goaltender for an early lead.
MacArthur’s teammates really enjoyed his work when the jumbotron showed...
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After a terrible start, the Philadelphia Flyers are back on track.
Kimmo Timonen had a goal and two assists, Steve Mason made 32 saves and the Flyers beat the Ottawa Senators 5-2 Tuesday night.
Claude Giroux, Sean Couturier, Wayne Simmonds and Adam Hall also scored for Philadelphia, which is 4-0-1 in its last five games after a 4-10-1 start.
''When you skate hard, create...
Kimmo Timonen scored the go ahead goal, his first of the season, at the 11:30 mark of the third period to give the Flyers a 3-2 lead. The Flyers would go on to beat the Ottawa Senators 5-2. Claude Giroux opened the scoring for the Flyers, lighting the lamp on the power play for his second goal of the season. Sean Couturier would notch his first goal of the season early in the second...
Flyers defenseman Nicklas Grossmann made an absolutely incredible save, having the puck bounce off both his skates and out of the goal crease.
The play was reviewed, and deemed not a goal by the officials. The Flyers went on to win 5-2.
For the first time in NHL history two head coaches of Native American descent will compete against each other when the Buffalo Sabres do battle with the Philadelphia Flyers tonight. Ted Nolan bosses the bench for the Sabres – Craig…Read more →The post NHL: Craig Berube and Ted Nolan make history tonight in Philadelphia appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
Ted Nolan remembers what it was like to take a young team into Philadelphia.
The Flyers are tough, aggressive and their fans are passionate. It’s not an easy place to play. And back in 1995, during his first stint as the Buffalo Sabres’ head coach, he saw his team reveal its own grit and character in those games.
Nolan hopes to see a bit of that come alive with his current...
Union’s Shayne Gostisbehere has been one of the top defenseman in the NCAA (J. Meric/Getty Images)
By Pat White (@patwhite9126)
There were plenty of marquee matchups this weekend in college hockey with some shifting in the USCHO.com polls. But this week, I’m starting with the two teams I saw firsthand, UMass Lowell and Penn State.
UMass Lowell came into the season as the No...
Buffalo Sabres @ Philadelphia Flyers Wells Fargo Center, Game 21 FINAL SCORE: Flyers -4 | Senators – 1 SHOTS: Flyers – 46 | Sabres – 30 The Orange Update Standout Stars 1) Matt Read (2 goals) 2) Steve Downie (2 primary assists, 0 PIM) 3) Ray Emery (29 saves) The starting lineup for Philadelphia: LW- Brayden [...]
[Photo courtesy of NHL.com] Overview: Game: 21 Match-Up: Philadelphia Flyers (8-10-2) vs. Buffalo Sabres (5-17-1) Location: Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia) Time: 7:00 p.m. TV: Comcast SportsNet Radio: 97.5 The Fanatic ______________________________________________________________________________ Philadelphia Flyers (8-10-2) Last Game: 5-2 Win vs. Ottawa Senators Headlines: Steve...