This Week in Flyers History: Week ending November 9

This November day marks the 46th birthday of a Flyers fan favorite. Keith Jones or “Jonesy” was a gritty two-way player for the Flyers for parts of three seasons. His hockey career in Philadelphia lasted just 155 games -regular season and playoffs - however his style of play and personality fit right in with the fans of the Orange and Black.  Originally drafted in the seventh...
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November 09, 2014  |  Discuss

The Hard Truth For Pens Fans: James Neal is a Dirty Player by @MadChad412

Hockey is a violent sport played at an extremely fast pace. Hitting and fighting are a part of the game welcomed by the fans and the players. But sometimes the players get carried away and go overboard. You can find numerous examples of this, from Matt Cooke and Shawn Thornton, to Chris Simon and Todd Bertuzzi. As a Pens' blogger and fan, I was getting tired of having to defend Cooke...
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March 21, 2014  |  Discuss
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