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Flyers vs. Penguins recap: For a night, hockey is fun again New, 29 comments Not a whole lot to not enjoy about tonight’s game, as the Flyers jumped out to a lead over their cross-state in the second period and never looked back. by Kurt R. @Kurt_BSH Mar 15, 2017, 10:13pm EDT tweet share pin Rec Kate Frese Photography Since the Flyers - Penguins rivalry is one full of swings and emotions on a game-by-game and even minute-by-minute basis, tonight’s recap of the Flyers’ 4-0 win over Pittsburgh will just be me recounting my thoughts as they happen in real time. Enjoy!


7:26 p.m.: So they’re gonna win this game, right? I mean, come on. Three-game losing streak. Playoff hopes are dead in the water. Pittsburgh is rolling (and is just way better than the Flyers). There’s no reason to think the Flyers are going to win this game. Given how this rivalry tends to work, this seems like the kind of game the Flyers win a lot, y’know?

7:34 p.m.: Ah crap this is an NBCSN game and I have to use the online stream which lags about two minutes behind real time. It’s hard being me, folks.

7:36 p.m.: The Stadium Series jerseys are back in play tonight for both teams. I like the Flyers’ ones. Is that a hot take? I feel like a lot of people don’t like those. Definitely better than the gold ones.

7:37 p.m.: Brian Boucher is interviewing Voracek pre-game! Their times in orange and black briefly overlapped, right? In the lockout season when they traded for Boucher from Carolina? That seems fun.

7:40 p.m.: Hahaha oh right Cousins is on the top line. Didn’t they scratch him the other night? This team is so weird. We’re underway.

7:43 p.m.: It’s not the fact that the Penguins get a 2-on-1 a minute into the game that really grinds my gears here. It’s the fact that the shot goes way wide and Kunitz still wins the race to the loose puck. Their guys are going full-speed to the net there and the puck kicks back out to the half-wall. Gotta win that race.

7:45 p.m.: Thaaaaat’s a bad shift by Provorov. Wipes out with Crosby on his tail, then a few seconds later throws the puck right to the Pens on the blue line. Less of that, please.

7:46 p.m.: Best — and, uh, only? — dangerous offensive-zone pass of the night for the Flyers so far is via Chris VandeVelde , just now, to Wayne Simmonds . This is fine.

7:50 p.m.: Justin Schultz magically becoming good in Pittsburgh is some bullshit, man. He was awful in Edmonton. Great move up there by him to create a chance, equally good save by Mason.

7:52 p.m.: Hey look at that! Some sustained pressure for the Flyers and the guy wearing 87 in yellow checks Simmonds way behind the puck. Power play time. Do better than on Monday? Please?

7:55 p.m.: Flyers, after Monday’s awful showing on the power play, are going back to their alternate PP setup, with Provorov on PP1 and Voracek (presumably) on PP2. Let’s see how it goes.

7:57 p.m.: It ... didn’t go incredibly well. Not poorly — two decent chances at the beginning and end of it — but pretty unorganized otherwise.

7:59 p.m.: Two shots on goal halfway through the first period, and that’s with two minutes for a power play. Is that bad? It seems not-good.

8:00 p.m.: That said, the Pens seem determined to give the Flyers a chance here. Two straight icings here for the visitors.

8:02 p.m.: Well that’s nice.

Flyers with a Mark Streit tribute on the big screen.

— Anthony Mingioni (@AnthonyMingioni) March 16, 2017 8:04 p.m.: And there’s Steve Mason , doing stuff in net. Stops Malkin on the initial shot and the rebound, making nice movement in doing so.

8:06 p.m.: Schultz (the Pittsburgh one) trips Cousins, and the Flyers will start this power play with their second unit on the ice. I’d mock it — and to be clear, I don’t really like it — but why the hell not at this point, I guess.

8:08 p.m.: Second unit spent most of its time in its own zone. First unit came out and saw Ghost break his stick.

8:09 p.m.: I generally don’t get myself too worked up about Flyers power play slumps, because the Flyers have had a lot of them over the past four or five years and they pretty much always bounce back given a bit of time. And they probably will bounce back out of this one before long. But cripes, this is just ugly.

8:12 p.m.: And now the Pens are going to go to the power play after a pretty wimpy slashing call on Schenn. Quick, read this from Charlie earlier today about the PK. Basically, the Pens are almost certainly about to score.

8:14 p.m.: Well now look at the PK getting the best chance of the night for the Flyers! Simmonds and Provorov both had their hacks from in close. Love the aggressiveness there, boys.

8:15 p.m.: We should note, this happened after the Flyers had already had two power plays:

Flyers get 3 shots while killing Penguins power play, doubling their shot total

— Adam Kimelman (@NHLAdamK) March 16, 2017 8:16 p.m.: And now THAT’s the Flyers’ best chance of the night, but Matt Murray gets over in time to snuff out Schenn from Filppula. Hot damn.

Matt Murray absolutely robs Brayden Schenn. pic.twitter.com/Iq8LL9GkVA

— Sons of Penn (@SonsofPenn) March 16, 2017 8:17 p.m.: First period is over and we are scoreless. Shots are 8-7 Pens. Flyers picked it up a bit in the last few minutes but overall pretty unexciting.

8:18 p.m.: Why is NBCSN’s stream showing a commercial for the game that I’m currently watching, telling me to start watching at 6:30? What exactly do they think I’m doing?

8:25 p.m.: I feel like I’m supposed to be angrier than I am right now. This is Flyers-Penguins. Why aren’t I running around my living room shouting at inanimate objects? This season stinks.


8:38 p.m.: Count it for Sean Couturier , who has his 10th 5-on-5 goal of the season. Is that ... Dale Weise with the A-1 here? And Schenn with the 5-on-5 point? Miracles happen, once in a while.

SEAN SCORE-TURIER! pic.twitter.com/OuRwSzk6OZ

— Broad Street Hockey (@BroadStHockey) March 16, 2017 8:39 p.m.: Schenn is hurt on the bench, because things can never be good for extended periods of time.

8:43 p.m.: As bad as the power play has been tonight, that’s how good the PK has been so far. Two straight Pens power plays have come and gone without a single shot allowed, and without any real breakdowns in the process. Great to see.

8:46 p.m.: It’s like they heard me and just want me to be sad. Flyers back on the power play after Cousins gets cross-checked into the boards.


8:48 p.m.: Here, let’s all enjoy Wayne Simmonds’ 200th NHL goal. I still don’t love changing the top PP unit, but Ghost’s shot is even more of a weapon from the top of the circles, and when he fires one that leaves a rebound out there, Simmonds ain’t gonna miss very often.

Wayne Simmonds scores his 200th NHL goal! pic.twitter.com/5DsNSwmdEm

— Broad Street Hockey (@BroadStHockey) March 16, 2017 8:51 p.m.: And now Konecny just misses on a deflection on a Provorov point shot. Been a while, but man, the Flyers are feeling it right now. This is fun? Is this fun? It seems fun?

9:00 p.m.: Only line for Pittsburgh that’s doing anything of note this period is the Crosby line with Sheary and Guentzel, but the Flyers have been lucky to avoid a goal or two from them tonight.

9:02 p.m.: Mark Streit is stopped in close by Mason. Y’know, I feel like if I was a fan of any other team, I’d find it hilarious that the Flyers traded a rental defenseman to a team, only to watch said team trade said defenseman to the Flyers’ biggest rival minutes later. But since that did happen to my favorite team, I don’t think I’ve taken the time to get sufficiently angry at the fact that that actually happened. Know what? Mark Streit sucks. I am here, deciding this now. Screw that guy.

9:06 p.m.: Coots just misses his second of the night on a nice stop by Murray down low. He has seven shots on goal on the evening, which NBCSN is now telling me is a career-high for him. And that’s all mostly against the Kunitz/Malkin/Kessel line. Flyers-Pens games, man.

9:08 p.m.: Even the announcers can’t help but note how strange it is that the Flyers have played Mason in basically every game since they gave Neuvirth his contract extension. Almost like that contract extension was totally unnecessary ...

9:13 p.m.: Are the fans cheering at the end of a period? This is weird. Flyers up 2-0 going into the second recess. I’m enjoying it.

9:23 p.m.: OK so know how I said two hours ago that they’re going to win this game? Why do I suddenly feel like this is going to end poorly? Why can’t I ever feel normal about this team?

9:30 p.m.: Third is underway. Please don’t break my heart here, the Flyers. I haven’t asked for much this season. I’d like this.

9:32 p.m.: Kunitz flubs a pass in the high slot from Malkin. Remember when Kunitz went to the Olympics over Giroux? That was some bullshit.

9:33 p.m.: I’m still mad about that.

9:38 p.m.: Filppula stoned by Murray on a partial breakaway that probably would have iced this one. Flyers still pushing while up 2-0. That’s what we need to see here.

9:39 p.m.: Then Voracek is stuffed after a great cross-ice feed. Murray showed up tonight.

9:44 p.m.: The fans are wooing. Have to think this means a 10-game winning streak is imminent.

9:45 p.m.: Kunitz goes to the box for doing something stupid, I assume. End this game. C’mon.

9:47 p.m.: Joe Micheletti just said that Flyers fans seem to be expecting Provorov to be a “combination of Ryan McDonagh and Ryan Suter ”. No pressure, kid...

9: 47 p.m.: In other news, the power play is bad again. Mason stops Sundqvist on a shorthanded chance down low.

9:49 p.m.: Flyers get a 2-on-1 and Filppula puts a pass right on the tape of Bellemare, who oh come on like you need me to tell you what he did from there. Filpp has had a number of near-misses tonight, both via the pass and his own shot. Tough-luck game for him.

9:51 p.m.: Pens just had their best chance of the third period but Kunitz couldn’t quite squeeze it in the tiny opening between a prone Mason’s skate and the post. Maybe this is the night that ... something good happens?

9:56 p.m.: Yep. This is the night. Giroux. 3-0.

9:58 p.m.: Bellemare with the nice set-up here that Giroux cashed in on. And woof, hey, remember like two hours ago when I said nice things about Justin Schultz? Can we pretend I didn’t? Thanks.

Bellemare with the great set-up

Giroux with the finish pic.twitter.com/sJy1lPWzht

— Broad Street Hockey (@BroadStHockey) March 16, 2017 9:59 p.m.: Kenny Albert and Joe Micheletti razzing Boucher for giving up a late game-tying goal to Tyler Kennedy in the alumni game is fun. “Who shoots the puck better than Tyler Kennedy?”

10:00 p.m.: Per Kenny Albert, the assist on Giroux’s goal was Bellemare’s first in 53 games. What a world.

10:02 p.m.: And then Dale Weise, the human victory cigar, will ice this one with his first goal since November, giving everyone in attendance some free fast food. Great work by Couturier to get the puck, great work by Schenn to chase down his rebound, and great work by Weise to be standing in that exact spot he was standing in.

Dutch Gretzky! pic.twitter.com/BwYGeFwqfL

— Broad Street Hockey (@BroadStHockey) March 16, 2017 10:04 p.m.: FINAL: Flyers win 4-0. First win against Pittsburgh of the season. Enjoyable hockey game. We’ll take the good as we get it.


Up to New Jersey tomorrow, where we will inevitably find a way to stop enjoying hockey again. Go Flyers.

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penfriend meaning in urdu How to watch, stream 2017 NHL Stadium Series: TV schedule for Flyers vs. Penguins By admin - February 20, 2017 0 82 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter

When the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins square off with each other in their first-ever outdoor clash Saturday, Feb. 25, they’ll be playing in the NHL ’s one and only Stadium Series showdown of the season.

With both the Winter Classic and Toronto’s Centennial Classic complete, the latest edition of the Pens-Flyers rivalry will serve as the league’s final outdoor event of 2017, set right on the stage of the NFL ’s Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field.

The eighth Stadium Series to be held since the game’s 2014 inception, when seven different teams faced off in four match-ups across three different venues, Saturday’s bout figures to arrive with high stakes, especially for one side.

Whereas the Pens will be looking to gain on the red-hot Washington Capitals near the top of the Eastern Conference, the Flyers could be scrapping for their postseason lives thanks to a roller coaster of a year in the Metropolitan Division. Having lost four of its last five to Pittsburgh, Philly could — and should — be itching to play spoiler, if nothing else.

With preparations underway to remake Heinz Field for the outdoor rink and the Pens and Flyers set to uphold a fight for state pride that’s been waged since the 1960s, here’s a look at the history of the Stadium Series and how to watch this week’s edition of the outdoor classic:

How to Watch

What:  2017 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series: Philadelphia Flyers vs. Pittsburgh Penguins

When:  Saturday, Feb. 25, 8 p.m. EST

Where:  Heinz Field, Pittsburgh

TV:  NBC, SN, TVA Sports 2

Online live stream:  NHL.TV

Stadium Series history March 1, 2014: Chicago Blackhawks 5, Pittsburgh Penguins 1 (Soldier Field, Chicago) Jan. 26, 2014: New York Rangers 7, New Jersey Devils 3 (Yankee Stadium, New York City) Jan. 25, 2014: Anaheim Ducks 3, Los Angeles Kings 0 (Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles)

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Flyers 2017 Alumni Game: TV, live stream, roster, coaches By Jordan Hall | CSNPhilly.com January 11, 2017 8:30 PM

In many ways, Saturday night will be a chance to relive memories from different eras of Flyers hockey.

Oh, and the Penguins are in town.

To celebrate the Flyers’ golden anniversary of 50 years, the organization will hold its 2017 Alumni Game against Pittsburgh’s past players with puck drop set for 7 at the Wells Fargo Center.

From the Stanley Cup-winning “LCB line” (Reggie Leach, Bobby Clarke, Bill Barber) to the “Legion of Doom” (Mikael Renberg, Eric Lindros, John LeClair), the Flyers’ history will be on full display.

Let’s get into everything you need for the game:

The game will be broadcast on TCN with a special Pregame Live at 6:30 hosted by CSN’s John Boruk. During the game, former Flyer and current analyst Bill Clement, as well as Al Morganti, will call the action, while Flyers PA announcer Lou Nolan will conduct rink-side interviews. Postgame Live will follow after the final buzzer.

You can also stream pregame, the game and postgame live online at CSNPhilly.com and with the NBC Sports App. Use this link here.



Tags: Jordan Hall, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins Stream the Flyers Schedule Standings Video Discuss NHL Notes: Bruins, Ryan Spooner avoid arbitration with 1-year deal USA Today Images NHL Notes: Bruins, Ryan Spooner avoid arbitration with 1-year deal By The Associated Press July 26, 2017 7:29 PM

BOSTON -- The Boston Bruins and center Ryan Spooner avoided arbitration on the day of their hearing, agreeing to a one-year, $2,825,000 deal Wednesday.

The 25-year-old Spooner became a restricted free agent July 1 after finishing a two-year contract that was worth $950,000 per season.

Spooner said that he didn't want to go through the hearing because it's "not a pleasant thing" and he didn't think the Bruins wanted to participate, either. He's the 24th player to settle this summer without a hearing after filing for arbitration.

Spooner can be a restricted free agent again next summer.

"For me, I'm going to spin that into a positive and say that I'm going to take that as a challenge to have a good year and show that I can be the player that they want me to be," Spooner said during a conference call. "And then on the (other) side too, it kind of just shows that they need to see a little bit more out of me as a player. There's a lot of things that I can also bring to the table that I need to work on" (see full story) .

Devils: Five forwards re-signed to deals
NEWARK, N.J. -- The Devils have re-signed Stefan Noesen and four other forwards who spent most of last season with New Jersey's top minor-league franchise in Albany, New York.

General manager Ray Shero announced the signings of Noesen, Blake Coleman, Blake Pietila, Kevin Rooney and Ben Thomson on Wednesday.

Noesen, who split the 2016-17 season between Anaheim, San Diego (AHL) and New Jersey, got a one-year, two-way contract worth $660,000 at the NHL level. The Plano, Texas native had six goals in 32 regular-season games with the Devils.

Pietila signed a two-year, two-way contract with an average annual salary of $667,500 at the NHL level. The 24-year-old had an assist in 10 games with New Jersey.

Coleman got a one-year, two-way contract worth $660,000 at the NHL level. He played in 23 regular-season games for the Devils and had a goal and an assist.

Thomson and Rooney each signed one-year, two-way contracts worth $650,000 at the NHL level. Rooney played in four regular-season games with the Devils, one more than Thomson.

Coyotes: MacLean, Allen hired as assistants
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Arizona Coyotes hired John MacLean and Scott Allen on Wednesday as assistant coaches on Rick Tocchet's staff.

MacLean played 18 NHL seasons with four teams before becoming an assistant coach in the New Jersey Devils organization for seven seasons. He was an assistant with the Carolina Hurricanes from 2011-14 and served as an analyst for the NHL Network from 2015-17.

A former minor league player, Allen served as an assistant coach with the New York Rangers from 2009-12 and has held numerous coaching jobs in the minors, most recently with the San Antonio Rampage.

The Coyotes also hired Mike Van Ryn as head coach of the Tucson Roadrunners, the team's AHL affiliate.

Tocchet was hired earlier this month to replace Dave Tippett.

Sharks: Barr hired as assistant coach
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The San Jose Sharks have hired Dave Barr as an assistant coach on Peter DeBoer's staff.

Barr will serve as the team's "eye in the sky" this season. Barr had previously worked with DeBoer for four years in New Jersey and helped the Devils make the Stanley Cup Final in 2012.

Barr was associate coach in Florida last season and has also been an NHL assistant with Buffalo, Minnesota and Colorado.

Barr joins assistants Steve Spott and Rob Zettler, goaltending coach Johan Hedberg and video coach Dan Darrow on the staff.

Tags: Boston Bruins, new jersey devils, NHL, NHL Notes, Stefan Noesen, Ryan Spooner Stream the Flyers Schedule Standings Video Discuss NHL Notes: Rangers ink Mika Zibanejad to 5-year extension USA Today Images NHL Notes: Rangers ink Mika Zibanejad to 5-year extension By The Associated Press July 25, 2017 2:34 PM

NEW YORK -- The New York Rangers have signed center Mika Zibanejad to a $26.75 million, five-year deal.

Zibanejad will count $5.35 million against the salary cap through 2021-22 as the Rangers count on him to take on a bigger role following the trade of Derek Stepan. General manager Jeff Gorton announced the contract Tuesday morning, before the team and Zibanejad were set to go to arbitration.

The 24-year-old Swede had 14 goals and 23 assists for 37 points in 56 games last season, his first with New York. The Rangers acquired Zibanejad from the Ottawa Senators for Derick Brassard a year ago.

Zibanejad has 188 points in 337 NHL games with the Senators and Rangers since Ottawa drafted him sixth overall in 2011 (see full story) .

Olympics: Team Canada names Burke GM for 2018 Games
Sean Burke will be the general manager and Willie Desjardins the head coach for Canada at the first Olympics without NHL players since 1994.

Hockey Canada named its management and coaching staffs for the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics on Tuesday. St. Louis Blues assistant general manager Martin Brodeur will work under Burke on the management side, while Desjardins will be assisted by Dave King, Scott Walker and Craig Woodcroft.

Canada has been grooming Burke for this responsibility for some time as he served as assistant GM for the 2017 world championships, GM for the 2016 Spengler Cup and Deutschland Cup and director of player development for the 2016 worlds. Desjardins coached Canada's 2010 world junior team and assisted in 2009.

USA Hockey has not yet named its GM or coach (see full story) .

Sabres:  Goalie Lehner re-signed to 1-year deal
BUFFALO, N.Y.  -- The Buffalo Sabres have re-signed goaltender Robin Lehner to a $4 million, one-year contract.

The team announced the deal Tuesday. Lehner was a restricted free agent.

The 26-year-old Swede showed he could stay healthy last season, setting career highs with 59 games played, 23 wins and two shutouts. He ranked third in the NHL with 1,758 saves and finished with a .920 save percentage and 2.68 goals-against average.

Bothered by injuries and concussion problems, Lehner had never before played more than 36 games in his NHL career. The Sabres took a chance on Lehner when they traded a first-round pick to the Ottawa Senators for him at the 2015 draft.

Lehner will again be a restricted free agent next summer when this contract expires.

Devils: 3 restricted free agents re-signed
NEWARK, N.J. -- The New Jersey Devils have re-signed restricted free agent defenseman Mirco Mueller, forward Joseph Blandisi and goaltender Scott Wedgewood.

Mueller got a two-year deal worth an average of $850,000 a season, Blandisi a two-year, two-way deal worth an average of $680,000 in the NHL, and Wedgewood a one-year, two-way deal worth $650,000 in the NHL. General manager Ray Shero announced the contracts Tuesday.

Re-signing Mueller for two years was the most significant move after New Jersey acquired the 22-year-old from San Jose before the Vegas expansion draft. The Swiss defender has just six points in 54 NHL games with the Sharks, but still is considered a good prospect after being a first-round pick in 2013.

Mueller will make $775,000 next season and $925,000 in 2018-19.

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