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Flyers captain Claude Giroux out 2 weeks with injury suffered o…

Flyers captain Claude Giroux out 2 weeks with injury suffered on 1st day of training camp

NHL.com Updated Sep 19 (yesterday)
VOORHEES, N.J. - Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux will miss at least two weeks after sustaining a lower-body injury on the first day of training camp. The Flyers did specify the injury on Friday. Giroux left the ice only 15 minute...
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  • Flyers captain Claude Giroux out 2 weeks with injury suffered o…

    Flyers captain Claude Giroux out 2 weeks with injury suffered on 1st day of training camp

    thehockeynews.com yahoo.com Sep 19 (yesterday)
    Flyers captain Claude Giroux out 2 weeks with injury suffered on 1st day of training camp
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  • The top 10 goalies most likely to have a down year

    The top 10 goalies most likely to have a down year

    thehockeynews.com Sep 19 (2 days ago)
    No one has ever understood goaltenders. From Hall of Fame puker Glenn Hall to wall-kicking Josh Harding, they’re a breed apart and considering the dangerous occupation they chose, perhaps they can be forgiven for their eccentricities. Recently, it’s bee…
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  • In Timonen situation, a rare reaction by Flyers

    In Timonen situation, a rare reaction by Flyers

    philly.com yahoo.com Sep 18 (3 days ago)
    Kimmo Timonen hadn't yet told the Flyers that blood clots had snaked from his right leg to his lung, putting his career in the gravest jeopardy, and without even knowing it Ron Hextall already had explored a contingency plan.
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  • The top 10 fighters to watch this season

    The top 10 fighters to watch this season

    thehockeynews.com Sep 18 (3 days ago)
    If you like a good scrap, you might find yourself a bit under siege lately in the hockey world. Regulations are tightening up, though the powers-that-be still maintain that organic fights, rather than staged bouts, are still part of the game. And even t…
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  • Daly, Holmgren to receive 2014 Lester Patrick Trophy

    Daly, Holmgren to receive 2014 Lester Patrick Trophy

    NHL.com Sep 16 (5 days ago)
    NEW YORK – Accomplished NHL executive Bill Daly and former player, coach, current Flyers executive Paul Holmgren have been named recipients of the 2014 Lester Patrick Trophy for outstanding service to hockey in the United States. The award, one...
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  • Puck Daddy’s NHL 2014-15 Emoji Preview: Philadelphia Flyers

    Puck Daddy’s NHL 2014-15 Emoji Preview: Philadelphia Flyers

    yahoo.com Sep 10
    (The 2014-15 NHL season is nearly upon us, and attempting to handicap the winners and losers can sometimes leave us speechless. So we decided to break down all 30 teams with the next best thing to words: Emojis!) Last Season In Emojis Last Season, In Su…
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  • Blues sign forward Fraser to one-year contract

    Blues sign forward Fraser to one-year contract

    NHL.com Sep 5
    The St. Louis Blues have signed forward Colin Fraser to a one-year, two-way contract, the team announced Friday. Financial details were not disclosed. A third-round pick (No. 69) of the Philadelphia Flyers in the 2003 NHL Draft, Fraser, 29, spe...
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  • Jagr on verge of almost unheard of distinction this season

    Jagr on verge of almost unheard of distinction this season

    We’re going to go on the assumption here that Teemu Selanne has retired from the NHL for good this time. Of course, you never know with Selanne, but we’re thinking he’s serious about it this time. That leaves Jaromir Jagr as the oldest player in the NHL…
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  • Dan Carcillo signs tryout deal with Penguins, former beloved ri…

    Dan Carcillo signs tryout deal with Penguins, former beloved rivals

    yahoo.com Sep 4
    Dan Carcillo has a tryout contract with the Pittsburgh Penguins, which gives him the rare opportunity to complete the Eastern Conference Triangle of Hate: Playing for the Philadelphia Flyers, the Pittsburgh Penguins and the New York Rangers.* From the P…
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  • Timonen to play in Flyers golf outing: report

    Timonen to play in Flyers golf outing: report

    NHL.com Sep 4
    Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen, who was diagnosed with blood clots last month, is expected to participate in a team golf outing on Sept. 16. Philly.com reported that Scott Tharp, president of the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation,...
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  • Top 10 wacky NHL predictions

    Top 10 wacky NHL predictions

    Pre-season predictions are a mug’s game at the best of times, because the truth is often far stranger than any fiction we could dream up. Well, we’re going to put that to the test, because today’s predictions are all of the…um, far-fetched variety. So s…
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  • Even Zac Rinaldo is surprised the Flyers re-signed Zac Rinaldo …

    Even Zac Rinaldo is surprised the Flyers re-signed Zac Rinaldo now

    Zac Rinaldo was entering the final year of his contract with the Philadelphia Flyers and could have become a restricted free agent next summer. Perhaps sensing the confetti shower of offer sheets that would float down on him if he reached RFA status, th…
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  • Why do ex-Flyers personnel succeed in L.A.? More freedom

    Why do ex-Flyers personnel succeed in L.A.? More freedom

    The migration of on-and-off-ice talent from the Philadelphia Flyers to the Los Angeles Kings franchise that has won two of the past three Cups is not lost on observers. At various points in the past 15 years, the Flyers (a) employed L.A. GM Dean Lombard…
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  • Rumor Roundup: Vinny Lecavalier and Joe Thornton trade buzz

    Rumor Roundup: Vinny Lecavalier and Joe Thornton trade buzz

    Earlier this summer there was speculation the Philadelphia Flyers were shopping center Vincent Lecavalier. If Lecavalier is troubled by the trade rumors, Flyers coach Craig Berube told NJ.com’s Randy Miller the veteran center should get over it and focu…
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  • Puck Daddy's Most Disappointing Summer Series: Philadelphia Fly…

    Puck Daddy's Most Disappointing Summer Series: Philadelphia Flyers Edition

    yahoo.com Aug 27
    (Ed. Note: There’s entirely too much sunshine in the summer. So your friends at Puck Daddy are offering a month of thrown shade and perpetual gloom. Behold, our Summer of Disappointment series, in which we ask fans of all 30 teams to recall the biggest …
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  • Flyers goalie Mason back on ice after injury: report

    Flyers goalie Mason back on ice after injury: report

    NHL.com Aug 18
    Philadelphia Flyers goalie Steve Mason was back on the ice Monday, three weeks after breaking his right pinky finger, the Philadelphia Daily News reported. Mason was injured July 27. General manager Ron Hextall said at the time Mason would be a...
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  • Rumor Roundup: Flyers need help on the blueline, but don’t expe…

    Rumor Roundup: Flyers need help on the blueline, but don’t expect it to come soon

    The state of the Philadelphia Flyers defense core remains a troubling issue. They’ve lacked a true top-two defenseman since Chris Pronger’s career was ended by injury nearly three years ago. They attempted to address that issue in July of 2012 by signin…
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  • What burning questions remain this NHL off-season?

    What burning questions remain this NHL off-season?

    These truly are the dog days of summer. Players, GMs and coaches get their brief time off between the free agency boom and training camps. Media have time to do fun stuff like rank every logo in the NHL. With no hockey, we spend our nights watching Bach…
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  • Video - Eastern Conference Risers And Fallers 07:40

    Eastern Conference Risers And Fallers

    Sep 16
    Scott Burnside, Pierre LeBrun, Katie Strang and Craig Custance look at the teams in the NHL's Eastern Conference that improved in the offseason, and those that are starting to slide backward.
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    NHL Announces MVP Finalists

    May 1
    Scott Burnside discusses why he thinks Sidney Crosby will beat out Ryan Getzlaf and Claude Giroux for the Hart Memorial Trophy.
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    Rangers Close Out Flyers In Game 7

    Apr 30
    The Rangers beat the Flyers 2-1 and advance to face the Penguins.
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    Rangers-Flyers Face Game 7 Showdown

    Apr 30
    The Rangers and Flyers head to Madison Square Garden for a seventh game to decide their first-round series.

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