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The clock had just dipped below 12 minutes in the third period, the Flyers down a pair of goals to the Minnesota Wild when Jake Voracek thought he'd finally be able to break his drought Monday night.
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Flyers goalie Steve Mason can become an unrestricted free agent after this season, but "this is where I want to be," he said the other day.
Windsor Legion runners, from left, Evan Ubene, Quinn Canella, Miles Matthews, Dylan Holmes, Alex Rocheleau, Skylar Edwards, Brendan Wallace, Kyle Denomme, Matt Pardo, Josh Kellier pose for a picture in Vancouver Saturday.
Hockey players may not make the biggest bucks among athletes, but the top earners still pocket plenty of dough, as this week's Hockey Night in Canada infographic shows.
So, tomorrow has FINALLY ARRIVED, everybody!!! The day the ENTIRE HOCKEY PRESS HAS BEEN WAITING FOR SINCE JULY, 2012!!! The Preds and Flyers are are finally meeting face-to-face, in person, and in the flesh.
The Nashville Predators will try to bounce back from their fourth shutout loss in November when they host the Philadelphia Flyers in Saturday's battle at Bridgestone Arena.
The Philadelphia Flyers are back in the hunt in the NHL 's Metropolitan Division after a dreadful 1-7-0 start to the season.
Not all the Winnipeg Jets were sleepwalkers in today's morning start, a 2-1 loss to the Philadelphia Flyers.
Scott Hartnell and Sean Couturier provided the offense while Steve Mason stopped all but one shot as the Philadelphia Flyers skated to a 2-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Friday afternoon.
Flyers left wing Scott Hartnell woke up at 7:15 Friday morning, before his alarm had even gone off.
The tradition of facial hair is strong throughout the NHL. While playoff beards have always been a thing, Movember staches , to draw awareness to men's health issues, have just more recently been embraced by the league and its players.
Victor Hedman scored twice and Tampa Bay almost coughed up a three-goal lead in the final two minutes of regulation, but topped Philadelphia, 4-2, spoiling Vincent Lecavalier's return.