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Revisiting Paul Holmgrens Ten Best Moves as Manager

Revisiting Paul Holmgrens Ten Best Moves as Manager

Former Philadelphia Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren endured a lot of criticism during his tenure, as would be expected of any manager who failed to bring a championship trophy to Philadelphia under his (or her)

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“Russian Factor” Fears Leave Top Talent Unaccounted For

“Russian Factor” Fears Leave Top Talent Unaccounted For

In hockey circles, the summer of 2010 has been referred to jokingly as the “Summer of Kovalchuk,” after then 27-year-old Ilya Kovalchuk dragged out negotiations for weeks before signing a gargantuan 17-year contract with the

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Jonathan Bernier Could Be on Flyers’ Radar

Jonathan Bernier Could Be on Flyers’ Radar

Bob McKenzie of TSN wrote on twitter yesterday, "It's not carved in stone, but in spite of what has been said in past, I expect PHI is likely to use compliance buyout on Ilya Bryzgalov...

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Bobrovsky Trade Netting Championship Prospects

Bobrovsky Trade Netting Championship Prospects

It's difficult to look back at the trade of goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky to the Columbus Blue Jackets and not stir a little. Bobrovsky is the frontrunner for the Vezina Trophy, the annual award bestowed upon

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CSKA, Bryzgalov Part Ways in KHL [Updated]

CSKA, Bryzgalov Part Ways in KHL [Updated]

Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov and the KHL team that he signed with during the lockout, CSKA Moscow, have parted ways per Russian outlet Sportbox. Here is the google translated report: "As it became known

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Sergei Bobrovsky Traded to Columbus Blue Jackets

Sergei Bobrovsky Traded to Columbus Blue Jackets

The Philadelphia Flyers have traded goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky to the Columbus Blue Jackets in exchange for the 45th overall pick (2nd round) and the 117th overall pick (4th round) in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft

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What Ever Happened to the Goalies of Tomorrow?

What Ever Happened to the Goalies of Tomorrow?

The 2011-12 Los Angeles Kings ended their post-season pursuit of the Stanley Cup with a striking 16-4 record.  It is the second best record in the post-expansion era of the NHL (tied with the 1997

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Vokoun, Nearly a Flyer, Signs with Pittsburgh Penguins

Vokoun, Nearly a Flyer, Signs with Pittsburgh Penguins

It's appearing more and more likely that Sergei Bobrovsky has played his last game as a Philadelphia Flyer. It's been suggested before, both on this site and by the by the venerated TSN reporter Bob McKenzie,

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Weighing In on Recent Comments, Criticism of Ed Snider

Weighing In on Recent Comments, Criticism of Ed Snider

Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer published an interview on Wednesday with Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider regarding the state of the team and his thoughts on the Stanley Cup Semifinals loss to the New Jersey

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Biron is Best Choice for 2013 Back-Up Goaltender

Biron is Best Choice for 2013 Back-Up Goaltender

Tim Panaccio of CSNPhilly got the ball rolling on offseason suggestions for the Philadelphia Flyers yesterday and set off some discussions about the back-up goaltender position. “[Bobrovsky] has one year left on his contract and

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