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MAD DOG Offline

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02.07.2003 23:03
#166 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

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Das war keine! Antwort auf meinen Komentar!

stimmt nicht. Das war nur nicht die Antwort wie Du sie gerne gehabt hättest

Tja die Defense ist in meinen Augen sowieso das größte Problem der Flyers, 2 Topverteidiger und R.C. im Tor, dann hätte ich Euch sogar eine Chance gegeben, aber so net!
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Mainpirat Offline

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02.07.2003 23:09
#167 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

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Tja die Defense ist in meinen Augen sowieso das größte Problem der Flyers...

Ich weis!

Wie ich sehe sind wir uns mal fast einig (bis auf R.C., denke da gibt es Bessere). Und das in einer Eishockangelegenheit. Es geschehen noch Zeichen und wunder!



Rock on,
and on, and on...

John LeClair breaks down the left wing all alone, moves into the circle and cranks a wicked slap shot with zero hesitation. The baffled goaltender is left with no answers, just questions as the First Union Center\'s horn blazes and the crowd booms.

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02.07.2003 23:16
#168 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

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Wie ich sehe sind wir uns mal fast einig

ups sorry! Die Defense ist toll so wie sie ist. Sie könnte nicht besser sein!

Mal sehen was der Harald dazu meint!
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03.07.2003 08:59
#169 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen


´A Question Answered

Hackett Fills Void in Flyers' Goal

by Kevin Kurz, philadelphiaflyers.com

The biggest question mark surrounding the Flyers’ roster for the upcoming 2003-04 season was answered on Tuesday afternoon with the addition of veteran goaltender Jeff Hackett.

While he has been hampered by injuries the past couple of seasons, Hackett, 35, brings veteran leadership and experience to a locker room that has plenty of that to go around. Oh, and he’s a pretty good goaltender to boot.

“Our whole organization, our scouts, our goaltender coach, our coaching staff, all felt that Jeff was the best goaltender for us and our team,” said Flyers General Manager Bob Clarke. “His competitiveness and his personality, and everything he brings besides stopping the puck is much different than we’ve had recently.”

What Clarke is speaking of, in part, is that Hackett will serve as a mentor of sorts for Robert Esche. Esche, 25, made huge strides in 2002-03, his first season as a Flyer, and should continue to develop into a top notch NHL goalie.

At the moment, however, it appears that Hackett will be the number one guy between the pipes, although Clarke stated on Wednesday morning that he assumes that Esche will see significant playing time.

“I assume that Robert Esche will play more than 25 games. He’s young and we’re developing him, but I think Jeff will definitely be playing 45 or 50 games,” said Clarke.

Clearly, the door is open for Esche to step in if he is outperforming Hackett. It’s apparent that the organization is very high on Esche, and they expect him to be a top goaltender in the NHL for a long time.

Hackett is no stranger to that kind of situation. In Montreal, he shared a locker room with Jose Theodore, and watched him win the Vezina Trophy as the NHL’s best goaltender, as well as the Hart Trophy as the NHL’s most valuable player, in 2001.

“I think it’s part of your role as an older player; you must show the younger guys how to be professional with your work ethic,” said Hackett. “With [Theodore], to give him credit, he took advantage of a situation with an injury, but I feel his success. I was a big part of developing him as a goaltender.”

The biggest question surrounding Hackett is his lack of playoff experience. In 14 professional seasons, Hackett has seen action in just 12 playoff games, compiling a record of 3-7 with a 3.54 goals-against average.

Flyers management obviously does not think that this is a huge concern, nor does the man himself.

“I’ve won at every other level, but it’s not easy to make it in the playoffs in every situation in the league,” said Hackett. “I know it’s in me once we get there, and I’ve done it before, so I have a belief in myself that way.”

As far as any other free agent signings, Clarke said that the Flyers are done for the summer in that department.

“Our intent was to only sign a free agent goaltender, and we’ve done that. That’s all we’ll do on the free agent market,” he said.

With two solid netminders now in place, the Flyers can move forward and begin preparing for training camp in September, with the roster virtually finalized.

Flyers Notes
During a conference call on Wednesday morning, Clarke said that the Flyers were close to signing defenseman Joni Pitkanen.

“We spoke with [Pitkanen’s] agent yesterday, and we think it’s real close to being done,” he said. “We’re pretty confident we’ll get him signed before [the deadline of] July 15.”

Pitkanen was the Flyers’ first round pick in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft (fourth overall).

Wednesday, July 02, 2003

@ Mad Dog:

Stimmt, die Defense der Penguins ist echt ne Bombe, da kommt der Rest der Liga nicht mit!!


Méschda Hoschbess holy a.k.a. Rosebud ...und nichts ist wie es scheint!!

Brawls. Blood. Mayhem. Philly style. You want it - we got it!

newcoming tough enforcers: --> Leafs-Fans können hier klicken!!
Garrett Burnett HFD GP 62, G 6, A 1, P 7, Pim´s 346
Peter Vandermeer PHI GP 77, G 5, A 8, P 13, Pim´s 335
Sean McMorrow ROC GP 64, G 0, A 1, P 1, Pim´s 315
Darcy Verot SJN GP73, G 5, A 11, P 16, Pim´s 299

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03.07.2003 09:02
#170 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

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@Holy
Was'n los? Hast dich ja noch gar nicht geäußert!?
...ich gehe mit den Aussagen der Flyers-Verantwortlichen konform!! Wobei uns Ossgood auch gut zu Gesicht gestanden hätte (...auch auf Grund seines Alters!!).

Ich find´s geil das Esche dann echt seine Chance bekommt, der Junge ist "on fire"!!


Méschda Hoschbess holy a.k.a. Rosebud ...und nichts ist wie es scheint!!

Brawls. Blood. Mayhem. Philly style. You want it - we got it!

newcoming tough enforcers: --> Leafs-Fans können hier klicken!!
Garrett Burnett HFD GP 62, G 6, A 1, P 7, Pim´s 346
Peter Vandermeer PHI GP 77, G 5, A 8, P 13, Pim´s 335
Sean McMorrow ROC GP 64, G 0, A 1, P 1, Pim´s 315
Darcy Verot SJN GP73, G 5, A 11, P 16, Pim´s 299

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03.07.2003 09:08
#171 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

Muahahahah Osgood.....

holypalooza Offline

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03.07.2003 09:16
#172 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen


...Biggie, es ging mir bei dieser Aussage "nur" um das Alter und den "free Agent Status"!!

ich weiß das ein Osgood nicht gerade die Superfaust ist!


Méschda Hoschbess holy a.k.a. Rosebud ...und nichts ist wie es scheint!!

Brawls. Blood. Mayhem. Philly style. You want it - we got it!

newcoming tough enforcers: --> Leafs-Fans können hier klicken!!
Garrett Burnett HFD GP 62, G 6, A 1, P 7, Pim´s 346
Peter Vandermeer PHI GP 77, G 5, A 8, P 13, Pim´s 335
Sean McMorrow ROC GP 64, G 0, A 1, P 1, Pim´s 315
Darcy Verot SJN GP73, G 5, A 11, P 16, Pim´s 299

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09.07.2003 21:44
#173 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

Flyers Prospects Visit Locker Room

After attending an Eagles concert on Tuesday night, the Flyers prospects who are in town to train with Athletic Trainer/Strength and Conditioning Coach Jim McCrossin, got a chance to tour the Flyers locker room. They also had time to pose for a group shot.

Was ein herrschender Schriftzug auf dem Foto!



Rock on,
and on, and on...

John LeClair breaks down the left wing all alone, moves into the circle and cranks a wicked slap shot with zero hesitation. The baffled goaltender is left with no answers, just questions as the First Union Center's horn blazes and the crowd booms.

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09.07.2003 21:51
#174 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

mehr als angestaubten Pride aus längst vergangen tagen hat philly ja auch net mehr

Atenio

Bapho!



holypalooza Offline

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09.07.2003 21:53
#175 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen


Bapho, such mal in den unteren Regionen nach Deinem Pens-thread!!

Da kannste über die lästern, denn da haste wenigstens was!!


Méschda Hoschbess holy a.k.a. Rosebud ...und nichts ist wie es scheint!!

Brawls. Blood. Mayhem. Philly style. You want it - we got it!

newcoming tough enforcers: --> Leafs-Fans können hier klicken!!
Garrett Burnett HFD GP 62, G 6, A 1, P 7, Pim´s 346
Peter Vandermeer PHI GP 77, G 5, A 8, P 13, Pim´s 335
Sean McMorrow ROC GP 64, G 0, A 1, P 1, Pim´s 315
Darcy Verot SJN GP73, G 5, A 11, P 16, Pim´s 299

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12.07.2003 22:10
#176 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

Flyers eye Leetch; Rangers to add de Vries
ESPN.com news services

The Philadelphia Flyers probably would like nothing better than to steal a future Hall of Famer from a longtime divisional rival -- and improve their title chances at the same time.

Count the Flyers as one of the teams interested in signing free agent defenseman Brian Leetch, who has spent his entire 16-year career with the New York Rangers.

The Flyers would like to clear payroll to make a run at signing Leetch, the New York Post reported Saturday. Sources told the newspaper that general manager Bob Clarke has asked some of his more expensive players to defer a chunk of their 2003-04 salaries so that Philadelphia can sign Leetch.

Leetch has said he would like to finish his career with the Rangers, and coach/GM Glen Sather has said he would match any offer that comes Leetch's way.

The Flyers, Maple Leafs and Blackhawks -- and possibly the Avalanche and Lightning -- have inquired about Leetch's services, according to the Post. Leetch reportedly has had a two-year, $12 million offer from Sather on the table since June 30.

With Leetch's future uncertain, the Rangers are close to adding a younger defenseman to the mix. They are expected to announce the signing of free-agent backliner Greg de Vries early next week, according to a report in Saturday's New York Times. De Vries has played the last five years with Colorado. In 82 games with the Avs last season, de Vries had 32 points and a plus/minus rating of plus-15. De Vries is 30, five years younger than Leetch.

De Vries' deal is expected to be for $14 million over four years, according to The Times.
espn
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Na, lieber zu den Flyers als zum unheiligen Team, allemal !!


Return to Hockeytown

Patriotism is a pernicious, psychopathic form of idiocy.
-George Bernard Shaw-

holypalooza Offline

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12.07.2003 22:12
#177 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen


...ab nach Colorado, da passt er besser hin!!


Méschda Hoschbess holy a.k.a. Rosebud ...und nichts ist wie es scheint!!

Brawls. Blood. Mayhem. Philly style. You want it - we got it!

newcoming tough enforcers: --> Leafs-Fans können hier klicken!!
Garrett Burnett HFD GP 62, G 6, A 1, P 7, Pim´s 346
Peter Vandermeer PHI GP 77, G 5, A 8, P 13, Pim´s 335
Sean McMorrow ROC GP 64, G 0, A 1, P 1, Pim´s 315
Darcy Verot SJN GP73, G 5, A 11, P 16, Pim´s 299

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12.07.2003 22:26
#178 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

ich mag die rangers nicht und ich mag leetch nicht drum kann ich im vollen brustton der überzeugung sagen:

Leetch gehört zu den Rangers wie Lemieux zu Pittsburgh (verzeih mir mario )

Atenio

Bapho!



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14.07.2003 10:56
#179 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

Clarke Responds to Leetch Report

Flyers General Manager Bob Clarke on Sunday responded to a report in Saturday's New York Post concerning the Flyers' interest in unrestricted free agent defenseman Brian Leetch.
"We have had no conversations at all with anybody concerning Brian Leetch," said Clarke. "Our efforts right now, and at least until (July) 15th, is to get (Joni) Pitkanen signed. We're working on that. We're optimistic, but we'll work on it tonight, again tomorrow and hopefully get it done."
Pitkanen, the Flyers' first round pick (fourth overall) in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft, has until July 15 to sign a contract with the Flyers. Under NHL rules, if the Flyers and Pitkanen can't agree to a contract by July 15, he is not eligible to play in the NHL next season.

Q:http://www.philadelphiaflyers.com




Rock on,
and on, and on...

John LeClair breaks down the left wing all alone, moves into the circle and cranks a wicked slap shot with zero hesitation. The baffled goaltender is left with no answers, just questions as the First Union Center's horn blazes and the crowd booms.

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15.07.2003 10:45
#180 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

Da wird sich der holy aber freuen:

Flyers Sign Six to Contracts
Siklenka, White and Vandermeer to Return

The Philadelphia Flyers announced today that they have re-signed Mike Siklenka, Peter Vandermeer and Peter White to new contracts, according to club General Manager Bob Clarke.

Siklenka, 23, recorded six goals and six assists for 12 points and 169 penalty minutes in 64 games this past season for the Flyers’ American Hockey League affiliate, the Philadelphia Phantoms. He was second on the Phantoms in penalty minutes with 169. Siklenka was also scoreless in one game for the Flyers during the 2002-03 season. The 6’5”, 225-pound right wing was signed as a free agent by the Flyers on January 27, 2003. In four professional seasons (1999-2000 through 2002-03), Siklenka has registered 46 goals and 49 assists for 95 points and 475 penalty minutes in 263 career games.

Vandermeer, 27, registered five goals and eight assists for 13 points and 335 penalty minutes in 77 games for the Phantoms this past season. His 335 penalty minutes ranked second in the AHL. In two seasons for the Phantoms (2001-02 and 2002-03), the 6’0”, 205-pound left wing has posted 19 points (10G,9A) and 648 penalty minutes in 138 regular season games. He was originally signed as a free agent by the Flyers on July 6, 2001. In seven professional seasons (1996-97 through 2002-03), Vandermeer has recorded 92 goals and 99 assists for 191 points and 2,338 penalty minutes in 426 games.

White, 34, recorded 23 goals and 43 assists for 66 points and 37 penalty minutes in 78 games this past season for the Norfolk Admirals and the Phantoms. He also posted an assist in six games for the Chicago Blackhawks during the 2002-03 season. The 5’11, 200-pound center was reacquired by the Flyers from the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for future considerations on March 11, 2003.

In 217 career NHL regular season games over eight seasons (1993-94 through 1995-96 and 1998-99 through 2002-03) with the Edmonton Oilers, Toronto Maple Leafs, the Blackhawks and the Flyers, White has registered 23 goals and 37 assists for 60 points and 34 penalty minutes. In parts of three seasons with the Flyers (1998-99 through 2001-02), he has posted 31 points (10G,21A) and 22 penalty minutes in 101 games. In parts of five seasons with the Phantoms, the Montreal, Quebec native has registered 139 goals and 265 assists for 404 points and 130 penalty minutes in 346 games. He is first on the Phantoms All-Time List in points with 404. He has won the John B. Sollenberger Trophy as the AHL’s top scorer three times (1994-95, 1996-97 and 1997-98).

The Flyers also announced they they have signed Mathieu Brunelle, Joey Hope and Boyd Kane.

Brunelle, 20, recorded 38 goals and 48 assists for 86 points and 117 penalty minutes in 70 games this past season for the Victoriaville Tigres and the Hull Olympiques of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). His 86 points were tied for 20th in the QMJHL. The 5’11”, 180-pound left wing was the Flyers’ seventh round choice (201st overall) of the 2002 NHL Entry Draft.

Hope, 21, registered 12 goals and 27 assists for 39 points and 142 penalty minutes in 54 games this past season for the Portland Winter Hawks of the Western Hockey League (WHL). The 6’0”, 180-pound defenseman has totaled 109 points (28G,81A) and 375 penalty minutes in 187 games over the last three seasons (2000-01 through 2002-03) with the Prince George Cougars and the Winter Hawks. The undrafted free agent is a native of Anchorage, Alaska.

Kane, 25, posted 15 goals and 22 assists for 37 points and 121 penalty minutes in 72 games this past season for the Springfield Falcons of the American Hockey League (AHL). He was traded to the Tampa Bay Lightning by the New York Rangers in exchange for Gordie Dwyer on October 10, 2002. In five professional seasons (1998-99 through 2002-03), the 6’2”, 222-pound left wing has recorded 70 goals and 101 assists for 171 points and 561 penalty minutes in 344 career games. The Group VI unrestricted free agent was drafted by the Rangers in the fourth round (114th overall) of the 1998 NHL Entry Draft



Rock on,
and on, and on...

John LeClair breaks down the left wing all alone, moves into the circle and cranks a wicked slap shot with zero hesitation. The baffled goaltender is left with no answers, just questions as the First Union Center's horn blazes and the crowd booms.

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