Found February 11, 2012 on
Philadelphia defenseman Kimmo Timonen discusses the game after today’s loss.
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“You weigh what the cost is,” Holmgren said. “I don’t have any trouble making a deal now that makes sense now or and for the future. “These rental deals, you just got to weigh the cost and make the call. Right now, none of those are coming to fruition for anyone, I don’t think.
Via Tim Panaccio, CSN Philly.
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Philadelphia Flyers center Zac Rinaldo will have a hearing with the NHL on Monday in regard to his charging minor he was assessed during the team's loss to the Detroit Red Wings.
Rinaldo blasted Detroit's Jonathan Ericsson midway through the first period of the Red Wings' 4-3 victory over the Flyers on Sunday.
The 21-year-old Rinaldo has collected one goal, six assists...
The Flyers have lost their last seven games to the Rangers (0-6-1). It’s the longest losing streak since they lost 10 in a row from Nov. 28, 1971 to Jan. 14, 1973. That same streak extended into a 13-game winless streak (0-11-2) that lasted through December 26, 1973.
The Flyers fell to 4-8-1 this season in games that start before 7pm, and allowed at least goals...
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By Charlie O’Connor (@THG_Charlie)
Same story, same result. And Kimmo Timonen, for one, has had just about enough.
For the fifth time in the 2011-12 regular season, the Philadelphia Flyers faced their division rival, the New York Rangers, in a battle for Eastern Conference supremacy. And for a fifth straight time, the Flyers found themselves on...
via NHL.com, Philadelphia Flyers forward Zac Rinaldo faces an afternoon hearing with the Department of Player Safety on Monday to discuss the charging minor he was assessed for hitting Detroit’s Jonathan Ericsson at the 13:32 mark of the first period in Detroit’s 4-3 victory Sunday night at Joe Louis Arena.
Watch the hit…
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"You can't beat us," she screamed, a refrain carried over from a game at Madison Square Garden earlier in the week.
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