Brennan (second from left) with his teammates, winners of the second-annual Flyers Faithful Roller Hockey Tournament

Local Boy and NHLer TJ Brennan Goes Back to His Roots For a Good Cause

On Saturday, June 1, Flyers Faithful hosted its second-annual Roller Hockey Tournament at the rinks at Wesley Bishop Park in Moorestown, NJ. Local product TJ Brennan, currently playing in the NHL for the Florida Panthers, participated for the second straight year, and was kind enough to speak with Flyers Faithful during the tournament about growing up in the area, his team’s chances, and some of his experiences from during his professional career. Can you tell me what it was like growing up in the area and now representing South Jersey in the NHL? It’s been great. New Jersey, especially South …

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Flight Plan: Playoffs Still Within Reach

The Philadelphia Flyers took a four game win streak, their first of the season, into Winnipeg yesterday. They scored the first goal and, after a few shaky minutes at the beginning of the first period, completely took over registering 13 shots in the primary stanza, limiting the Jets to just four through 20 minutes of play. Winnipeg roared out of the gates in the second and notched four goals on just 12 shots, while Philadelphia could only muster five all period. Newly acquired backup goaltender Steve Mason saw his first action as a Flyer, stopping all seven shots he faced …