Found January 21, 2012 on
Match-up- Flyers (27-14-4 - 58 points) @ Devils (25-18-2 - 52 points)
TV - CSN-Philadelphia, MSG Plus
Puck drop - 1:00 PM ET
Last 10: Philadelphia 6-4-0 / New Jersey 6-3-1
Projected starting goalies - Ilya Bryzgalov (PHI) vs. Martin Brodeur (NJ)
Battle of the stats
Goals for/against per game
Philadelphia - 3.33 / 2.91
New Jersey - 2.59 / 2.80
Powerplay/Penalty Kill percentage...
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Every few months it seems that a new NHL team runs into financial difficulties. This is a problem of a slow economy and of the fact that there do not seem to be 30 markets capable of supporting an NHL level payroll team in North America. The latest team to run into financial difficulties is the New Jersey Devils.
Jeff Vanderbeek, the Devils majority owner, is in financial...
Ryan Miller, Martin Brodeur and Mike Smith all made show-stopping saves that left opposing forwards staring at the rafters last night. We can't decide which one we like the best, so help us out!
Scroll down for videos of all three mind-numbing stops!
Flyers head coach Peter Laviolette called it a "man's game" today. It was all that and a bit more with three high hits coming from the Philadelphia Flyers. Here's video from Dafoomie showing Tom Sestito's hit on Steven Kampfer, Tom Sestito blindside hit on Nathan Horton and Scott Hartnell's near headshot on Chris Kelly.Clearly the Flyers didn't like...
Philadelphia Flyers center Danny Briere will be sidelined indefinitely due to a concussion.
Briere was hurt in Saturday's win at New Jersey when he was hit from behind by Devils defenseman Mark Fayne.
The 34-year old has 13 goals and 17 assists in 42 games this season for the Flyers. He scored a career-high 34 goals last season.
The trade deadline looms nearer each day, and NHL analysts are already tearing apart the rosters of the bottom-dwellers of each conference. The Blue Jackets, the Hurricanes, and the Ducks have been deconstructed and sold off in fantasy draft fashion by pundits nearing February 27th, and that includes the members of this site.
But one of the more intriguing deadline scenarios concerned...
The Flyers have now taken a 4-3 lead on Scott Hartnell's third goal of the second period with 46.5 seconds left in the second period. The Flyers were on the power-play after Milan Lucic was called for interference while trying to check Claude Giroux on ...
Says it's still too early to draw conclusions
The Philadelphia Flyers are frustrated, but they're trying to remain positive.
Some production from Claude Giroux could go a long way in assuring a lift in morale.
Giroux attempts to end his longest goal drought of the season when the visiting Flyers try to rebound from a disappointing loss Saturday against the New Jersey Devils.
Philadelphia (27-14-4) is in the midst of a...
MINI-PREVIEW 7:05 AM EST
In their penultimate game and final home match before the All-Star break, the injury-depleted Philadelphia Flyers (28-14-4) will take on the Boston Bruins (30-13-2) at the Wells Fargo Center. The game starts at 3 PM EST and will be broadcast locally on CSN Philly.
This is the third of four regular season meetings between the teams, and the last one...
It wasn’t pretty, but the Bruins were once again dominant in the final period, scoring four unanswered goals in the third to beat the New Jersey Devils, 4-1.
Petr Sykora got the Devils on the board late in the first, beating Tim Thomas to give the Devils a 1-0 lead after the first 20, but Thomas was a mystery that New Jersey could not solve from that point on.
The second period...
Scott Hartnell scored two power-play goals, and Wayne Simmonds had a goal and two assists, leading the Philadelphia Flyers to a 4-1 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Saturday.
Devils have been outscored, 8-2, by Boston Bruins, Flyers in back-to-back home losses
Zach Parise on Saturday matinee: 'It'll be another good test'
This deal should be a steal of a rental for the Devils. Last night, they acquired 6-foot-4 winger Alexei Ponikarovsky from the Hurricanes for Albany defenseman Joe Sova and a 2012 fourth-round pick. “He’s got hockey sense. He knows how to play the game,” general manager Lou Lamoriello said...