Broad Street Bull Archive: September, 2012

Flyers' Read headed to Sweden

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Flyers right winger Matt Read, who led NHL rookies with 24 goals last season, is headed to Sweden to play during the owner-imposed lockout... Read more

Video: New Flyers intern Danielle Maslany

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New Flyers intern Danielle Maslany talks about her new position with the team. (Video by Sam Carchidi/The Philadelphia Inquirer) Read more

9 Flyers at Phantoms' training camp

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The Flyers, uh, Phantoms opened their training camp in Voorhees on Saturday morning before a crowd of close to 200. Because of the NHL lockout... Read more

Baby steps as NHL, players meet

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Representatives of the NHL and the players’ association met in New York City on Friday, trying to find some common ground that will lead... Read more

Parent to highlight festival; Bryz struggles

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Full disclosure: When I was a kid, I infuriated my parents by putting a sticker on the back of their green Mercury Montego: “Only the... Read more

'Bored' Giroux might play overseas

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For the last few weeks, Claude Giroux has been skating with players at a complex near Ottawa, but the gifted Flyers center is frustrated by... Read more

Briere chastises Bettman's negotiations

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Flyers center Danny Briere, his frustration growing, made highly critical remarks Tuesday about how Gary Bettman is handling the NHL’s... Read more

Red Wings' exec rips Flyers, gets fined

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The NHL on Saturday fined Detroit Red Wings VP Jimmy Devellano a reported $250,000 for comments he made about the collective-bargaining agreement... Read more

Pronger improving, but not ready to skate

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It still seems like a longshot that Flyers defenseman Chris Pronger will ever play again, but at least there is a flicker of optimism. Pronger... Read more

Timonen, older players hurt most by lockout

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One has to admire Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen. He is in the final season of a six-year $38 million deal, the odometer on his hockey career... Read more