New York Rangers
Defendant Dennis Veteri sat quietly as his accusers, Neil Auricchio and Mike Janocko, recounted their versions of the melee that erupted outside Geno’s Steaks in South Philadelphia last January.
Some Philadelphia Flyers are among the hockey stars involved in a new website and TV ad campaign designed to root out homophobia in sports. The commercial debuted yesterday during the Rangers-Bruins game.
Artem Anisimov had a goal and two assists, Henrik Lundqvist made 21 saves and the New York Rangers continued their recent success against the Philadelphia Flyers with a 5-2 fight-filled victory on Sunday.
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.
Chris recounts the experience of attending his first Flyers game, examines the Presidents decision to impose massive military cuts and wraps up the story of the grenade found outside of the King of Prussia Mall.
The incident took place outside Geno’s Steaks, at 9th and Passyunk, and was caught on video.
The last episode of 24/7 Flyers Vs. Rangers airs tonight. Now that the cameras are off, will they get back to business as usual?
An argument between rival hockey fans quickly turns physical after the Winter Classic hockey game.
Flyers forward Jaromir Jagr, who left the Winter Classic with a leg injury on Monday, has a mild left groin strain, and will miss seven to 10 days.
It was an anachronistic spectacle with laced jerseys and an outdoor rink that seemed misplaced from where it naturally belonged, on an uneven frozen pond somewhere in the Canadian hinterlands.
It’s outdoor hockey at Citizens Bank Park today, with a new start time of 3 p.m., as the Flyers and Rangers face off in the NHL’s Winter Classic.
Cold, wind, ice. Conditions that usually spoil the enjoyment of a World Series game are on deck for the fifth edition of the NHL’s inside-the-park extravaganza, this one set for 3 p.m. Monday between the Flyers and the New York Rangers at Citizens Bank Park.
The Winter Classic scheduled for Monday has been pushed back by the NHL to 3 p.m.