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  • Mike Sielski: Martin Brodeur a class act for hockey

    Here in Philadelphia, we like our sports villains nasty, arrogant, demonstrative. It makes them easier to dislike. When Michael Irvin strutted out of a Texas Stadium tunnel, when Kobe Bryant promised to rip out the 76ers' hearts, when Scott Stevens...
  • 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...
  • Flyers blank Leafs, 1-0

    PHILADELPHIA Playing against a team in the midst of another collapsing season, the Philadelphia Flyers were outshot by 12 attempts. Their all-stars, two of the NHL's top scorers in Jake Voracek and Claude Giroux, combined to muster only one shot. But the...
  • Mason stops 30 shots in Flyers' 1-0 win over Maple Leafs

    PHILADELPHIA — Steve Mason's first shutout of the season still kept him shut out of the win column. Mason's stellar effort in shutout No. 2 not only earned him a victory this time around, Philadelphia's flickering playoff got a needed boost....
  • Better goalie play critical for Phantoms

    Better goalie play critical for Phantoms
    After the Lehigh Valley Phantoms' dreadful 6-1 loss to Hershey at the PPL Center on Friday night, Phantoms alternate captain Andrew Gordon sounded hauntingly like Yoda in "The Empire Strikes Back." "We have to realize that just wanting to win and...
  • Hershey has Phantoms' number on Friday night

    Hershey has Phantoms' number on Friday night
    When you look back at a full 76-game season in the AHL, there are swings you can point to that change its course. This one is bordering on ridiculous. For the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, the current three-games-in-three-nights weekend may be one of...
  • Phantoms drop first game of three-in-three

    Phantoms drop first game of three-in-three
    One team looked like it never stopped practicing during the AHL All-Star Classic break; the other looked like it was still on break for the first 30 minutes. The Albany Devils jumped out to a three-goal lead and got an empty-net goal in the closing...
  • Flyers beat Jets 5-2 for third straight victory

    PHILADELPHIA — For the Flyers to make this mini-run something serious, they're going to need all hands on deck. In other words, help from unexpected sources. Like Nick Schultz, who scored the winning goal in Thursday night's 5-2 win over...
  • Philadelphia Flyers send Zepp back to Phantoms

    Philadelphia Flyers send Zepp back to Phantoms
    With Steve Mason returning to action for the Flyers in the win over Arizona Monday night, the Flyers sent 33-year-old goaltender Rob Zepp back to the Phantoms on Wednesday. Zepp went 3-1 for the Flyers with a 2.92 goals against average and .889 save...
  • Hextall will make cap move if Timonen returns

    Hextall will make cap move if Timonen returns
    VOORHEES – Help just might be on the way. The Flyers wouldn’t confirm that defenseman Kimmo Timonen is about to make his return to active play, but there were some positive signs on Wednesday at the Skate Zone. For instance, general...
  • AHL Lehigh Valley Phantoms owner says new OT format is working

    AHL Lehigh Valley Phantoms owner says new OT format is working
    Phantoms co-owner Jim Brooks, fresh back from the AHL All-Star Classic and AHL Board of Governors meetings in Utica, N.Y., said that the new experimental overtime format the AHL is employing this season has been a huge hit and the NHL is watching it...