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  • Blackhawks make deal for 4-time All-Star defenseman Kimmo Timonen

    Blackhawks make deal for 4-time All-Star defenseman Kimmo Timonen
    TAMPA — Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman got his man — or at least one of them. The Hawks acquired four-time NHL All-Star Kimmo Timonen on Friday night in exchange for two draft picks, bolstering a defense that has been shaky at...
  • Flyers trade Timonen to Chicago for draft picks

    Flyers trade Timonen to Chicago for draft picks
    Only one thing could prevent Kimmo Timonen from returning to the Flyers and finishing his career here. A legitimate chance to win a Stanley Cup. The veteran defenseman, who spent six months battling back from a blood disorder which created clots in...
  • Maple Leafs hold off Flyers

    Maple Leafs hold off Flyers
    TORONTO (AP) — In their first game without the traded David Clarkson, Jonathan Bernier made 47 saves and Toronto Maple Leafs earned a 3-2 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday night. The win came mere hours after the Leafs dealt...
  • Wolf Pack's Tyler Brown Rediscovers Game

    Wolf Pack's Tyler Brown Rediscovers Game
    HARTFORD — A year ago, Tyler Brown's hockey career was sputtering and his love for the game was waning. As he suits up for the Hartford Wolf Pack this weekend, Brown is a player on the rise. He has four goals and six points in the past six games,...
  • Phantoms can't afford to wait for players to return

    Phantoms can't afford to wait for players to return
    We kept hearing it over and over again, but somehow, it didn't sink in right away. The American Hockey League is a developmental league for the National Hockey League, and the minor league affiliates' main job is to develop players for the parent club...
  • Lindros files defamation lawsuit against former referee

    Lindros files defamation lawsuit against former referee
    TORONTO (AP) — Former NHL star forward Eric Lindros has filed a lawsuit in Ontario Superior Court against former referee Paul Stewart, the Huffington Post, AOL Inc., and AOL Canada Inc., claiming he was defamed in an article published last summer....
  • NHL's Bettman 'intrigued' with outdoor hockey at Penn State

    NHL's Bettman 'intrigued' with outdoor hockey at Penn State
    Since the NHL began holding its annual series of outdoor hockey games, one game has seemed a natural: Penguins-Flyers at Penn State's Beaver Stadium. On Wednesday, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that he likes the idea....
  • Goalie Stolarz sent back to Lehigh Valley Phantoms

    Goalie Stolarz sent back to Lehigh Valley Phantoms
    Rookie goalie Anthony Stolarz's second call-up this month by the Philadelphia Flyers was short-lived. Stolarz, the 6-6, 220-pound first-year pro, was sent back to Lehigh Valley on Wednesday afternoon after officially being called-up on Tuesday morning...
  • Hurricanes upend Flyers 4-1

    Hurricanes upend Flyers 4-1
    RALEIGH, N.C. — Justin Faulk had a goal and an assist and the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Philadelphia Flyers 4-1 on Tuesday night. It was the 500th NHL game for Hurricanes goalie Cam Ward. Ward, who won the Conn Smythe Trophy when Carolina won...
  • Flyers take Phantoms goalies, who take Reading's

    Flyers take Phantoms goalies, who take Reading's
    After back-to-back losses last weekend in which he had to swap out his starting goalies in both games, Lehigh Valley Phantoms coach Terry Murray said that the team needs better play from the goalies. Anthony Stolarz started against the Providence Bruins...
  • Flyers back in contention after 3-2 win over Capitals

    Flyers back in contention after 3-2 win over Capitals
    PHILADELPHIA It's official. The Flyers are back in the hunt. At least that was the feeling around the Wells Fargo Center late Sunday afternoon after the Flyers completed a weekend sweep of elite teams by dispatching the Washington Caps by a 3-2 score....