Found February 15, 2013 on
NHLTags: Adirondack PhantomsDanny SyvretErik GustafssonKimmo TimonenNew Jersey DevilsPhiladelphia Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen took 13 shifts in the first period on Friday night, as the Flyers took on the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center.
He skated nine shifts in the second period before heading to the locker room. He never returned to the bench for the remainder of the game, as the [...](Read more...)
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By Jake Pavorsky (@JakePavorsky)
Another defenseman has apparently bit the dust. The Philadelphia Flyers have called up Erik Gustafsson, a move that was certainly in correlation to the injury top defenseman Kimmo Timonen sustained Friday night. Timonen was injured midway through the game and never came out for the third and final period with what GM Paul Holmgren described...
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