Jim Watson was sitting in his office at Ice Works in Aston, Pa. He had the door ajar, and caught himself staring out into the ice rink’s lobby.
There were dozens of faces he had never seen before. Actually, hundreds. And it made him smile.
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Larkin Jacobsen grew up in a hockey family.
His mother served as a billet for young players making their way through the American junior ranks.
His older brothers both play hockey. He played with brother Derek on the Janesville Jets in the N...
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TAMPA – When Kimmo Timonen was 23 years old, he was told by NHL scouts and management types that he would never play in the NHL.
The theory was that he was way too small to play defense in the best league in the world.
“I was told that righ...
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PHILADELPHIA – When it comes to hockey, there aren’t very many players who are loved both in the city of Philadelphia and the city of Pittsburgh.
There is certainly one current exception – Max Talbot.
Think about that for a second. For all t...
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VOORHEES, N.J. – If there was a message that came out of practice today for the Flyers it was delivered best by captain Claude Giroux.
To steal a line from Monty Python’s Holy Grail: the Flyers are “not dead yet.”
While it may seem like ever...
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The NHL's Board of Governors approved the realignment plan proposed last week.
The new four-division plan, featuring a new-look set-up for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, will go into effect next season.
The NHL and NHLPA each had input into the ...
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VOORHEES, N.J. – In case there was any doubt that these Flyers aren’t aware enough of the position they are in as they stand on the precipice of a home-and-home series with New Jersey, Iyla Bryzgalov pretty much confirmed their recognition.
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NEW YORK – When the Flyers traded for Luke Schenn last summer, there was never a doubt as to who he would be paired with during his first season with his new team.
Kimmo Timonen has done this before – been a big brother on the ice of sorts to a...
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What: The 34th Flyers Cup Scholastic Championships, an annual championship tournament for Philadelphia-area high school hockey teams. Winners of the Flyers Cup will meet the winners of Western Pennsylvania’s Penguins Cup for the Pennsylvania State...
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