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NEW YORK (Feb. 25, 2013) – Philadelphia Flyers right wing Jakub Voracek, Tampa Bay Lightning center Steven Stamkos and Ottawa Senators goaltender Ben Bishop have been named the NHL’s ‘Three Stars’ for the week ending Feb. 24. Continue reading "Stars Of The Week"
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#Flyers GM Paul Holmgren announced that (F) Tye McGinn will be out at least 2 weeks with a broken orbital bone
— Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFlyers) February 26, 2013
Probably happened in this fight with Mike Brown last night.
NHLTags: Blair BettsClaude GirouxEvgeni MalkinSean CouturierIt’s easy to overlook deficiencies in a young player’s game when the team is still finding ways to win.
Sitting in 9th place in the Eastern Conference with more games played than any other opponent, though, the Philadelphia Flyers are a team that could clearly benefit from more...
Scott Hartnell scored his first goal of the season in the Flyers' 4-2 loss to the Maple Leafs.
It was hardly the same game as two weeks ago, when the Flyers and Leafs last met, but the result was the same nonetheless.
A feverish rally by the Flyers fell short as a goal mid-way through the third for the Leafs proved to be the game-winner in a 4-2 Flyers' loss.
NHLTags: Jake VoracekJames van RiemsdykKimmo TimonenNikolai KuleminPeter LaviolettePhil KesselScott Hartnelltoronto maple leafsZac RinaldoThe Philadelphia Flyers had another chance of breaking even in the standings if they could grind out a win against the Toronto Maple Leafs this evening, but a handful of mistakes in a tightly contested...
Siri is at it again. If you recall, Siri previously called Daniel Alfredsson "god" and referred to the Carolina Hurricanes when asked about Hurricane Sandy.
Now Siri has some pretty fun answers when you ask about the universe. Specifically, when asked "How old is the universe?" or something along those lines, Siri responds with, "According to my sources...
It isn't going to happen immediately, but I have it from three sources now that the Flyers have interest in acquiring Dustin Byfuglien from Winnipeg. They like his size, his ability to play defense or forward and his scoring touch. The Flyers spent this last summer trying to get a replacement for Chris Pronger with an offer out to Ryan Suter and by signing an offer sheet for...
The Flyers entered Monday night’s game against Toronto coming off a big come-from-behind win over the Winnipeg Jets. In their 21st game of the regular season, the Flyers had an opportunity to get to .500 for the first time in […]
Ben Bishop is standing even taller than usual in the nets these days.Thrust into the starting role with No. 1 Ottawa goaltender Craig Anderson injured, the 6-foot-7 Bishop is starring for the Senators.This success came at a critical juncture for Bishop, St. Louis native who ascended to the No. 3 role with the Blues before moving on to Ottawa in a trade last season.Anderson is excelling...
Sometimes a spirited comeback effort just isnât good enough. Despite a three point performance from Steven Stamkos, the Tampa Bay Lightning were outmatched by the Pittsburgh Penguins, and fell by a score of 5-3.
Right from puck drop, the Penguins made the Lightning look like an American Hockey League team. Before the game was eight minutes old, Sidney Crosby had already...
Two Lightning turnovers resulted in two goals for the Buffalo Sabres Tuesday night as they went on to beat Tampa Bay 2-1. Steven Stamkos put the Lightning on the board first when a rebound off a Ryan Miller save went right to him off a Teddy Purcell shot. Later in the first period, defenseman Victor Hedman was unable to clear the puck out of the defensive zone as it was intercepted...
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Ottawa's been on the wrong end of a couple of games they've absolutely dominated. Tonight, it was their opposition that suffered an undeserved fate.
Montreal dominated Ottawa for sixty-five minutes at Scotiabank Place, but had absolutely no answer for the suddenly white-hot back-up goaltender in Ben Bishop, playing in relief...