There have been many great players who have donned the Philadelphia Flyers sweater over the years, with a few even going into the Hockey Hall of Fame. There are two men, though, who are franchise-defining talents in their respective eras for the hockey club and are interwoven with the history of the Orange and Black.
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10:48 AM ET The 2020 IIHF men’s hockey world championships have been canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The event was supposed to take place in May in Zurich and Lausanne, Switzerland. “This is a harsh reality to face for the international ice hockey family, but one that we must accept,” IIHF president René
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Ask Zach Whitecloud a question and the answer invariably comes back to helping his team get two points every game and/or helping the Vegas Golden Knights organization reach its goal of winning the Stanley Cup. It’s not contrived or planned. It’s organic and authentic. It’s who the 23-year-old Whitecloud is and it’s a major reason
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Bo Horvat is not the best player on the Vancouver Canucks. He is not the best skater, the best shooter, nor the most physical player. Yet after being handed a jersey with the ‘C’ sewn on from Henrik Sedin, the Canucks’ captain from 2010 until 2018, he has proven that he was the correct choice
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The International Ice Hockey Federation Council on Saturday confirmed the cancellation of the men’s world championship, scheduled to begin May 8 in Switzerland, due to the coronavirus outbreak. “This is a harsh reality to face for the international ice hockey family, but one that we must accept,” said IIHF president René Fasel. “The coronavirus is a
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5:42 PM ET New York Islanders defenseman Johnny Boychuk, who required 90 stitches to repair a cut around his eyelid after being hit in the face by the skate of the Montreal Canadiens left wing Artturi Lehkonen earlier this month, will return to action when the NHL resumes play, general manager Lou Lamoriello said Saturday.
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by Shelby Haney | AHL On The Beat T.J. Brennan, Joseph Cramarossa and Garrett Mitchell spent many seasons in the American Hockey League’s Atlantic Division grinding it out against one another in Lehigh Valley (Brennan), Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (Cramarossa) and Hershey (Mitchell). Together, the trio has combined for 1,432 AHL games, 251 goals, 427 assists and 678
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