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With a disappointing season over with, the Flyers now have
the difficult task of assessing what areas of the squad they need to
change. With several options available,
the team’s General Manager Paul Holmgren will undoubtedly attempt to make a
splash like last year, but with a lot of long and pricey contracts in the
stable, will they be left to chew on the hay they have harvested?
Since the recent Collective Bargaining agreement the league
and its players association signed, the team has the ability to cast out two
contracts they deem to be detrimental to team development. After the team has
acquired once-promising goaltender Steve Mason, Ilya Bryzgalov is a likely
candidate for this very “amnesty” program.
With Bryzgalov apparently on the way out, it’s time to take
a look at the team’s roster and the possible moves the team can make.
To be sure, none of this is definitive. It could turn out that Bryzgalov stays.
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Every year NHL players on teams that don’t make the playoffs fill out rosters for the IIHF World Championships, as well as players from other leagues in Europe. With the Philadelphia Flyers missing the playoffs, goalie Ilya Bryzgalov went overseas to play for Russia and he is up to his old habits.
On a shot from USA defenseman Matt Hunwick (Colorado Avalanche), the puck was deflected...
Goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov is spending his off season playing for the Russian National team in the IIHF world championship. In a matchup against the United States, Colorado Avalanche defenseman Matt Hunwick fired a shot on Bryzgalov which was deflected.
The next thing that happened is kind of mind boggling.
Instead of making a play on the puck after the deflection, Bryzgalov ducked...
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2013 IIHF WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: FLYERS UPDATES
* Russia had little trouble dispatching Latvia by a 6-0 score. Ilya Bryzgalov earned a 15-save shutout.
* Denmark threw a scare into Canada, holding a 1-0 lead and holding even in shots through the first intermission and early portion of the second period. Two closely spaced second period goals for Canada...
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* He had a couple good saves and a couple of head-scratching moments, but the bottom line for Ilya Bryzgalov was that he was the winning goaltender in Russia's 5-3 win over Team USA yesterday. Bryzgalov stopped 19 of 22 shots. Two of the three goals he allowed were funky ones to give up.