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A Forgettable Night in NYC, Pens Lose 5-1

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A Forgettable Night in NYC, Pens Lose 5-1

By Rich Miller (@pensbender) In what at first appeared to have the makings of a very entertaining game, the New York Rangers easily took down the Eastern Conference leading Pittsburgh Penguins 5-1 Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden.  New York was able to capitalize on several costly mistakes while getting stellar goaltending from Henrik Lundqvist […]

Flyers and Avalanche Trade Talbot for Downie

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Flyers and Avalanche Trade Talbot for Downie

It took the Philadelphia Flyers just 11 games in the 2013-14 campaign to make a trade. According to the club, the team has traded center/winger Max Talbot for right winger Steve Downie. Downie, the Flyers first round pick in 2005, returns to Philadelphia after being traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2008 as a part of the Matt Carle deal. He […]

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Flyers Prospect Report: Week Of October 21st

Each week, The Hockey Guys’ highlights a handful of standout players in the Philadelphia Flyers farm system, spanning North America to Europe and from the AHL to the USHL.  2012 2nd round pick Anthony Stolarz has held his own in his second season with the London Knights but ran into a streak of bad luck this past week, posting […]

Flyers Prospect Report: Week of October 14th

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Flyers Prospect Report: Week of October 14th

Each week, The Hockey Guys’ highlights a handful of standout players in the Philadelphia Flyers farm system, spanning North America to Europe and from the AHL to the USHL.  An underrated Flyers prospect slowly making his way through the system is 2010 fifth round pick Michael Parks. The 21-year-old right winger is entering his third season […]

Injuries Open Door for Habs’ Rookies

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Injuries Open Door for Habs’ Rookies

By Matthew Macaskill (@Habsology) The Montreal Canadiens haven’t had much luck with injuries to start the 2013-14 NHL season. Seven regulars find themselves on the sidelines heading into Tuesday night’s game against the Edmonton Oilers. Their combined salary cap hit  is over $16 million dollars, which makes filling the holes difficult for GM Marc Bergevin, […]

Just How Good Are the Pittsburgh Penguins?

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Just How Good Are the Pittsburgh Penguins?

By Rich Miller (@pensbender) They’re 7-1 and sitting comfortably atop the Metropolitan Division, but how excited should fans be for this Penguins team? There are reasons to believe this team is already on the cusp of being the best in hockey; there are also some question marks regarding the sustainability of their success. Let’s start by […]

Flyers Prospect Report: Week of October 6th

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Flyers Prospect Report: Week of October 6th

With the NHL back in action, so too are the several junior and minor hockey leagues in which Philadelphia Flyers prospects play in. Today, we focus on up and coming defensemen in the Flyers system. Across the pond in Russia, 2012 7th round pick Valeri Vasiliev is holding his own with Spartak Moskva in the KHL. While the 19-year-old defenseman doesn’t supply much on […]

Flyers Lose Hartnell, Lecavalier For Extended Period

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Flyers Lose Hartnell, Lecavalier For Extended Period

An inauspicious start to the Philadelphia Flyers season has just gotten worse. The Flyers dropped Friday night’s contest versus the Phoenix Coyotes 2-1, and played a majority of the game without both Scott Hartnell and Vincent Lecavalier, as the two forwards exited with injuries. After the game, GM Paul Holmgren announced the two would miss “at least a week”, and after […]

Penguins, Marc-Andre Fleury Making the Changes to Succeed

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Penguins, Marc-Andre Fleury Making the Changes to Succeed

  By Rich Miller (@pensbender) Marc-Andre Fleury has redefined what it means to be a successful goalie in the NHL. At age 28, he is the holder of every significant record in Penguins history including most wins and shutouts.  Over the past four seasons no other goaltender in the league has won more games.  His […]

For the Philadelphia Flyers, Issues Start at the Top with Owner Ed Snider

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For the Philadelphia Flyers, Issues Start at the Top with Owner Ed Snider

By Jake Pavorsky (@JakePavorsky) After three regular season games and three losses, one would expect a sports franchise like the Philadelphia Flyers to go on damage control. The players would say the right things, the coach would stand by his system, and most important of all, the team’s owner and general manager would proclaim confidence in their coach […]

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