Saturday, August 29, 2015

Homecoming King: Has Richards moved on?

Mike Richards returns to Philadelphia on Saturday as a member of the Los Angeles Kings. But has the former Flyers captain gotten over the fact that the GM Paul Holmgren shipped him out of town in the offseason? The Daily News' Frank Seravalli caught up with Richards on Thursday in Newark, N.J., before his Kings battled the Devils. After that, he broke it all down with Cinesport's Noah Coslov. Also, Bob Cooney handled the Flyers' regular practice duties on Thursday as the team looks for it's first 4-0 start since 1995.

Homecoming King: Has Richards moved on?

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Mike Richards returns to Philadelphia on Saturday as a member of the Los Angeles Kings. But has the former Flyers captain gotten over the fact that the GM Paul Holmgren shipped him out of town in the offseason?

The Daily News' Frank Seravalli caught up with Richards on Thursday in Newark, N.J., before his Kings battled the Devils.

After that, he broke it all down with Cinesport's Noah Coslov.

Also, Bob Cooney handled the Flyers' regular practice duties on Thursday as the team looks for it's first 4-0 start since 1995.


For the latest updates, follow Frank Seravalli on Twitter: @DNFlyers

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