National Hockey League
The Philadelphia Flyers are defending… themselves… against an outbreak of mumps in the NHL.
Philadelphia is hosting the 2014 NHL draft this weekend, and today a handful of top prospects took a trolley tour of some city landmarks.
Flyers fan Lyssa Wacker of Roxborough admits her team is down 3-2, but notes that they’ve had their backs against the wall before.
Despite changes to the rules of hockey regarding bodychecking to the head, the changes did not reduce the number of concussions incurred by players of the NHL.
The Philadelphia Flyers are going all out to whip up fan support for the strike-shortened season that begins this week.
The clock struck midnight, and the NHL turned into another sports league closed for business.
The lawsuit alleges that Comcast-Spectacor — owner of the Flyers team — misled season ticketholders regarding the sales of tickets to the January 2nd outdoor game.
At the Shops at Liberty Place, the crowd begged for t-shirts being thrown out from the stage by “dancing guy” Shawny Hill and former Flyers’ forward Riley Cote.
A Flyers’ “Fight for the Cup” caravan made its way through the streets of South Philly and center city on Wednesday, ending with a pep rally at the Comcast Center.
KYW’s Matt Leon caught up with Sam Carchidi, the Flyers’ beat writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer, to talk about the Flyers at this point in the season and what he expects down the stretch.
The Flyers will try to bounce back tonight from Sunday’s loss to Boston, visiting the Florida Panthers.
The Flyers have won three straight games at home against various teams, and they are starting Sergei Bobrovsky (7-0-0 against the Islanders) in net tonight.
Zolnierczyk says being on a team with so many fellow rookies does help the transition to pro play.
The dasher boards are up and extra seats have been installed, as Citizens Bank Park gets ready to host hockey’s “Winter Classic” on January 2nd.
The good news: there are lots of tickets available. The bad news is that you may need a second mortgage to afford them.