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  • Flyers fall to Islanders in shootout

    Flyers fall to Islanders in shootout
    PHILADELPHIA — Rest or rust? Hard to tell which was more at play in the Flyers' disappointing 3-2 shootout loss to the New York Islanders on Thursday night at the Wells Fargo Center, ending Philadelphia's four-game winning streak. The Flyers...
  • Flyers' Timonen willing to take risk to end his career on skates

    PHILADELPHIA — In the end, it came down to Kimmo Timonen wanting to leave the game with his skates on. So, when he had to decide whether to return to action with the Flyers despite a blood disorder which leaves him with clots still in his leg,...
  • Ex-Flyers president Luukko gets Florida job

    Ex-Flyers president Luukko gets Florida job
    PHILADELPHIA – Former Flyers president Peter Luukko accepted an executive position with the Florida Panthers on Thursday and Flyer personnel expressed best wishes. “We all really liked him,’’ coach Craig Berube said before...
  • Panthers to hire ex-Flyers president Luukko as executive chairman, according to source

    Panthers to hire ex-Flyers president Luukko as executive chairman, according to source
    The Panthers will announce the hiring of former Philadelphia Flyers president Peter Luukko on Friday, according to a source close to the team. Luukko, 55, resigned 14 months ago. In his role as executive chairman of the Panthers, Luukko is expected to...
  • Panthers sorry to see Islanders leave Nassau Coliseum for Brooklyn

    Panthers sorry to see Islanders leave Nassau Coliseum for Brooklyn
    Bill Torrey, the architect of the Islanders' four straight Stanley Cup titles in the early 1980s, received a standing ovation from their grateful fans Tuesday when he and his ever-present bow tie were shown on the scoreboard screen. Torrey, 80, who...
  • Flyers getting closer to full strength

    Flyers getting closer to full strength
    VOORHEES — At least the Flyers will have close to a full line-up when they play the New York Islanders on Thursday night. That wasn't the case when they were bullied out of Nassau Coliseum in a Jan. 19/Martin Luther King Day matinee game, 7-4....
  • Panthers salvage trip with win over Isles

    Panthers salvage trip with win over Isles
    Jimmy Hayes didn't get the best of his kid brother, Kevin, in Madison Square Garden, but he certainly took care of the Islanders on Tuesday as the Panthers bid adieu to Nassau Coliseum with a desperately needed 4-2 victory. Hayes scored two goals,...
  • Panthers' playoff hopes fading in 6-3 loss to Rangers

    Panthers' playoff hopes fading in 6-3 loss to Rangers
    The Panthers were playing as if their playoff lives were on the line. That's because it was. Time of death: 8:10 of the third period. Cause: accidental, but self-inflicted. Despite a rare fast start and a furious rally, the Panthers were done in when...
  • Panthers must win or playoff hopes will slip, slide away

    Panthers must win or playoff hopes will slip, slide away
    To paraphrase an old Paul Simon song, the Panthers playoff hopes seem to be "Slip, Slidin' Away,'' unless they relocate the form that had NHL pundits label them as one of the surprises of the first half. On New Year's Eve the Panthers were run off the...
  • Flyers' Raffl battling flu-like symptoms

    Flyers' Raffl battling flu-like symptoms
    VOORHEES — Traditionally, the Flyer Flu invades the locker room, claims a few victims and is gone in several days. But whatever Michael Raffl caught before the NHL All-Star Game was a much tougher bug. General manager Ron Hextall said as much...
  • Slow-starting Panthers fall 3-1 to Devils

    Slow-starting Panthers fall 3-1 to Devils
    The Panthers faced a different Devils' squad than the one that spoiled their home opener with a 5-1 loss back in October. Former Panthers coach Peter DeBoer was canned last month and replaced by a triumvirate of General Manager Lou Lamoriello, former...