Former Flyers Watch, Week 4 (Round 2): Sharp’s Streak Ends, Point-Per-Game Series for Richards & Carter

Mike Richards and Jeff Carter are having quite the series against San Jose, both recording five points in five games. Read on to see how the rest of their fellow former Flyers are faring in Round 2. Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Ottawa Senators – Penguins lead series 3-1 No former Flyers are participating in this series. Boston Bruins vs. New York Rangers* – Bruins lead series 3-1 (This series did not begin until Week 2) Jaromir Jagr: Despite his team’s success thus far against the Rangers, Jagr has yet to do much for the Bruins. He has no points in four …

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Hockey Hilarity: Tuukka Rask in Falling Down remake?

Friday funnies brought to you straight from hockey’s own players, media personnel, and broadcast botches. We’ll be mucking it up every week right here, examining puck ups, puns, tweets, and more! The Boston Bruins are up 3-1 over the New York Rangers after an overtime loss last night in New York. The first two Ranger goals were scored because of gaffes by Bruin players, but the first one was particularly hysterical as Carl Hagelin puts one past Tuukka Rask. You know Tukka Rask, right? The guy who let some team from Philadelphia come back and from a 3-0 series deficit and …

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2013 NHL Entry Draft: Top 30 Prospect List One

Jared Abbott and I wanted to compile our very own top 30 list of prospects for the upcoming draft. This is a list of who I believe are the top 30 players available. This does not necessarily mean each player will be drafted in the position I have them in. You can find Jared’s Top 30 list later today. Also be sure to check out my mock draft, as well as Jared’s mock draft. 1. Seth Jones- (D) Portland Winterhawks (WHL) 2. Nate MacKinnon- (C) Halifax Mooseheds (QMJHL) 3. Jonathan Drouin- (LW) Halifax Mooseheads (QMJHL) 4. Aleksander Barkov- (C) Tappara (Finnish Elite League) …

Poll: Can Steve Mason win the starting job?

Although Steve Mason struggled in Columbus — who didn’t? — he is not far removed from his Calder-winning rookies season. At the young age of 24, Mason posted a .944 SV% and .190 GAA in seven games as a Flyer. One could argue that he has had the best numbers of any Philly netminder since Roman Cechmanek, everyone’s favorite unibrowed Czech. Can he keep up the pace?


2013 Year in Review: Scott Hartnell

When someone leads the team in scoring and pushes the 40-goal plateau, expectations will be high on that player to maintain such a pace. It becomes an even bigger focal point when that player signs a massive contract extension that could potentially make him the highest paid forward on the team. Unfortunately for Scott Hartnell, the showman failed to deliver in a year where all eyes were on him. It all started last season, when the winger enjoyed his best year in the National Hockey League to date. Playing alongside Claude Giroux and Jaromir Jagr, he placed career bests in …