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The Hockey Guys Podcast: Episode 51 — NHL Draft Preview with Cordell and Maher!

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The Hockey Guys Podcast: Episode 51 — NHL Draft Preview with Cordell and Maher!

Check Out Hockey Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with TheHockeyGuys Podcast on BlogTalkRadio Hunter and Chris discuss the Chicago Blackhawks winning the Stanley Cup over the Tampa Bay Lightning and their potential moves in the off-season. Sarah Jean Maher (@sarahjeanmaher) of Sportsnet and Todd Cordell (@ToddCordell) of HockeyBuzz join to talk about this Friday’s NHL […]

The Hockey Guys Podcast: Episode 39 — Night one recap, Pens-Rangers preview

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The Hockey Guys Podcast: Episode 39 — Night one recap, Pens-Rangers preview

  Check Out Hockey Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with TheHockeyGuys Podcast on BlogTalkRadio Check Out Hockey Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with TheHockeyGuys Podcast on BlogTalkRadio Hunter Crowther (@HunterCrowther) and Chris Shannon (@ChrisShannon16) recap the first night of the Stanley Cup playoffs, including the Hawks double-overtime victory and the Flames winning late in Vancouver. […]

Flyers to appear 16 times on NBC national broadcasts in new season

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Flyers to appear 16 times on NBC national broadcasts in new season

By David Strehle (@DStrehleTFP) The National Hockey League and NBC announced the television network’s broadcast schedule for the 2014/15 campaign, and the Philadelphia Flyers will be featured 16 times between NBC and the NBC Sports Network. The Flyers visit the Boston Bruins on October 8 as part of an opening night doubleheader on NBCSN, preceding […]

Philadelphia Flyers release 2014/15 schedule

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Philadelphia Flyers release 2014/15 schedule

By David Strehle (@DStrehleTFP) The suspense of a couple of important dates in the upcoming Philadelphia Flyers’ regular season was somewhat diminished as part of the National Hockey League’s teaser weekend, when Philadelphia announced Saturday that their home opener would be October 9th against the New Jersey Devils. As part of the league’s releases, the Boston […]

Five NHL Players that Embraced the No. 13 and Won

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Five NHL Players that Embraced the No. 13 and Won

  As superstitions go, the only thing worse than stepping on a crack is coming across Friday the 13th on your calendar. While many people prefer to stay clear of the no. 13 all together, there are those that like to go the other way and embrace the unpopular figure. Over the years, 87 hockey players […]

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Boston Bruins Sweep Pittsburgh Penguins, Advance To Stanley Cup Finals

By Mitch Cole (@DirtyWaterBuzz) The Boston Bruins have made it to the Stanley Cup Finals, something nobody imagined they would do this year. Squaring off against the Pittsburgh Penguins, a team loaded with offensive firepower that was averaging over four goal per game, many viewed the Bruins as the underdogs, overmatched by a high powered […]

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Did Somebody Mention a Hangover? Boston Bruins Open Season

By Brandon Macdonald (@bMacdonald8) It may seem cliché, but every team in the NHL wants to take down the defending Stanley Cup champions. Nothing feels better than entering the TD Garden handing the champs a taste of their own medicine, which means that on any given night the Boston Bruins will be facing their opponents […]

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With the Dog Days Looming, are the Boston Bruins Ready?

By Brandon Macdonald Spending one moment hoisting the Stanley Cup, the next celebrating with teammates all the way to celebrating in the hometown with family and friends. Fast forward to August when it’s time to once again hit the gym hard. This is the summer in a flash for a Stanley Cup champion. Entering the […]

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A Bittersweet Farewell

By Christopher Decker He grew up loving New York City; he dreamed of playing for the Rangers; and he failed admirably. Rangers fans were excited when they heard Drury was coming to the Big Apple, because of his offensive capabilities, clutch performances and most of all, his leadership. Unfortunately, when he packed his bags in […]

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For Flyers, season with promise fizzles in end

By David Strehle Three-quarters of the way through the 2010-11 season, it looked to be one of the most memorable years for a storied Philadelphia Flyers franchise. With each passing victory, the team climbed up the rankings of the all-time starts to Flyers’ seasons.  Peter Laviolette’s squad was right up there with the mid-70’s teams, the 1979-80 year […]

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