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Claude Giroux

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  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms goalie stands tall

    Lehigh Valley Phantoms goalie stands tall
    Danny Briere and Claude Giroux both saw the same thing during the NHL lockout in 2012-13. Rob Zepp could play. Zepp, the No. 1 goalie for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, is a 33-year-old who left North American hockey following the 2004-05 season in...
  • Big third period lifts Flyers over Penguins

    By Dan Scifo The Sports Xchange PITTSBURGH — Matt Read and Pittsburgh native R.J. Umberger scored third-period goals, carrying the Philadelphia Flyers past the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-3 during a nationally televised game between the rivals...
  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms to watch

    ANTHONY STOLARZ, GOALIE The 6-foot-6 player's butterfly-hybrid style has been making mouths water in Philadelphia since being drafted in the second round of the 2012 draft. Now too old for juniors and heading into his first professional season, all eyes...
  • Flyers still winless after shootout loss to Ducks

    Flyers still winless after shootout loss to Ducks
    PHILADELPHIA — Rookie center William Karlsson scored in his first shootout attempt, lifting the Anaheim Ducks to a 4-3 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday night. Right wingers Tim Jackman and Devante Smith-Pelly and left winger Matt...
  • William Karlsson lifts Ducks to win in shootout over the Flyers

    William Karlsson lifts Ducks to win in shootout over the Flyers
    William Karlsson was a bystander watching his first NHL shootout Tuesday night when he heard a call. "Wild Bill!" Instead of choosing Ducks leader Ryan Getzlaf, Coach Bruce Boudreau said he decided on the fly to play the wild card after two of three...
  • Ducks' rout of Sabres marred by injury

    Ducks' rout of Sabres marred by injury
    BUFFALO, N.Y. — It was a laugher, except to one man in pain. On what should have been an uplifting day for the Ducks — rookie center William Karlsson scoring two goals in his second NHL game, a 5-1 rout of the Buffalo Sabres — left...
  • Devils outgun Flyers 6-4

    The Sports Xchange PHILADELPHIA — Left winger Dainius Zubrus scored the go-ahead goal 7:13 into the third period to lift the New Jersey Devils to a 6-4 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers in their season opener on Thursday night. Left winger...
  • NHL preview: Eastern Conference capsules

    NHL preview: Eastern Conference capsules
    In predicted order of finish Atlantic Division 1. BRUINS 2013-14: 54-19-9 (117 points), 1st. Salary-cap problems forced the Bruins to let right wing Jarome Iginla (30 goals) and rugged Shawn Thornton leave as free agents. They're counting on...
  • Flyers coach Berube a benevolent teacher with inner intensity

    Flyers coach Berube a benevolent teacher with inner intensity
    Craig Berube says he might not have been a good listener in school but he was all ears when it came to hearing about the game of hockey. And his education in the sport continues to this day. Maybe that's why the Philadelphia Flyers head coach comes...
  • Lecavalier happy to be back with Flyers

    Lecavalier happy to be back with Flyers
    BOSTON — Vinny Lecavalier's first year with the Flyers didn't turn out all that badly but that didn't stop hockey's media critics from having him practically traded at season's end. Because the Flyers were under the salary cap gun at the time,...
  • Philadelphia Flyers hoping for faster start for 2014

    Despite all the adversity put on the Philadelphia Flyers' plate last season, they still managed to find their way into the playoffs. This time around, with a captain who says he's a 100 percent (he wasn't at the start of last year), stability at the...