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Topic - Wayne Simmonds
Flyers coach Craig Berube wasn't surprised by the way the Philadelphia bounced back on Saturday from a blowout loss because he's seen that type of resilience all season.
The Philadelphia Flyers used a third-period onslaught to cap a successful trip through the treacherous California triangle.
Steve Mason didn't care that the Los Angeles Kings were having trouble lately putting the puck in the net.
New York's latest loss to the Philadelphia Flyers was very fresh in the minds of the Islanders when it appeared they were headed for another one in the home-and-home rematch.
Shea Weber finally made himself at home in Philadelphia.
Vincent Lecavalier's sore back is getting better. So is his self-confidence.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are becoming quite comfortable on the road, even in the toughest buildings.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Down two goals in the second period and looking sluggish in the final game of a grueling Western trip, the Philadelphia Flyers got a spark from Jay Rosehill.
Alex Ovechkin said he likes playing in Philadelphia. 'Everywhere I go they boo me,' he said.'It's a good sign.'
Joel Ward scored three goals for his first NHL hat trick in the fight-filled outburst. Ward's linemate, Jason Chimera, added a goal and three assists, and Nicklas Backstrom and Mikhail Grabovski each had three points.
Erskine expressed remorse Monday about giving Philadelphia Flyers forward Wayne Simmonds a concussion on Friday night, though the Washington Capitals defenseman did not agree with NHL vice president of player safety Brendan Shanahan's assertion that he delivered a "reckless elbow" to the head.
Vokoun was handed the No. 1 goaltender job with the Washington Capitals last season, but because of injuries, the coaching change and more, the season didn't go as planned.
While Erskine did not have "malicious intent," according to NHL vice president of player safety Brendan Shanahan, the defenseman will still miss the next three games after giving Wayne Simmonds a head injury. The Caps were prepared for the immediate aftermath Friday night and are ready for life without Erskine in the near future.
Danny Briere, Matt Read and Max Talbot each scored two goals to lead the Philadelphia Flyers to an 8-4 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday in a fight-filled Game 3 in the opening-round series.
"One of the players in L.A. referred to it as the Bermuda triangle, coming into California," forward Wayne Simmonds said. "I think we played pretty well, we had pretty good compete level all three games and I think four points out of the six is pretty nice. We'll take that and go back home."
"It was a little bit difficult, obviously, not knowing anything else in the NHL," Simmonds said.