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holypalooza Offline

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25.07.2003 01:41
#196 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen


Flyers Sign Three Players to Contracts

The Philadelphia Flyers announced today that they have signed 6’2”, 195-pound defenseman Randy Jones, 5’11”, 200-pound left wing Mark Murphy and 6’1”, 208-pound right wing Mike Peluso to contracts, according to Assistant General Manager Paul Holmgren. Jones signed a two-year entry level contract, while Murphy and Peluso each signed one-year contracts. Per club policy, financial terms were not disclosed.

“Mark Murphy has been a very good American Hockey League player over the last few years,” said Holmgren in making the announcement. “He has put up good numbers. We believe that he gives our organization some solid depth.”

“Mike Peluso has played some games with the Chicago Blackhawks. He is another player that brings depth to the organization. Both of these guys will be good players for the Phantoms. They are good solid depth players.”

“Randy Jones is a defenseman with some good potential. He has good size and good offensive abilities. They will all probably start the year with the Phantoms, but due to injuries you never know what may happen. Jones will probably be viewed in a different light than the forwards (Murphy and Peluso) because he is just turning pro, but he is a highly regarded young defenseman.”

Jones, 22, was named a First-Team Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) All-Star and received The Bill Harrison Most Valuable Player Award as Clarkson University’s most valuable player following the 2002-03 season. He was the first defenseman in school history to lead the Golden Knights in scoring. Jones recorded 13 goals and 20 assists for 33 points and 65 penalty minutes in 33 games for Clarkson. In addition to points, Jones led his team in assists (20), power play goals (6) and plus/minus (+12). A native of Quispamsis, New Brunswick, he was tied for first on Clarkson in goals (13) and was second in penalty minutes (65). His 33 points also led all ECAC defensemen.

Murphy, 26, recorded 18 goals and 24 assists for 42 points and 84 penalty minutes in 55 games for the Portland Pirates of the AHL this past season. In four AHL seasons (1999-2000 through 2002-03), Murphy has registered 78 goals and 124 assists for 202 points and 267 penalty minutes in 246 regular season games. He was scoreless in two playoff games for the Flyers’ AHL affiliate, the Philadelphia Phantoms, during the 2000 Calder Cup Playoffs. Murphy was signed as a free agent by the Washington Capitals on July 13, 2000. Prior to turning professional, he played four seasons for the RPI Engineers of the ECAC (1995-96 through 1998-99). The Stoughton, Massachusetts native was originally drafted by the Toronto Maple Leafs in the eighth round (197th overall) of the 1995 NHL Entry Draft.

Peluso, 28, registered 24 goals and 31 assists for 55 points and 35 penalty minutes in 74 regular season games for the Norfolk Admirals of the AHL this past season. His 24 goals ranked second on the Admirals. He was tied for third on the team in scoring with 55 points. Peluso appeared in 37 games for the Chicago Blackhawks during the 2001-02 season, posting six points (4G,2A) and 19 penalty minutes. In five AHL seasons (1998-99 through 2002-03), Peluso has registered 103 goals and 108 assists for 211 points and 170 penalty minutes in 263 games. A native of Bismark, North Dakota, he was signed as a free agent by Chicago on August 1, 2001. After being drafted by the Calgary Flames in the 10th round (253rd overall) of the 1994 NHL Entry Draft, Peluso spent four seasons with the University of Minnesota-Duluth.

Thursday, July 24, 2003


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!!
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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

holypalooza Offline

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26.07.2003 14:48
#197 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen


An Early Start

Flyers Prospect Jeff Woywitka Working Out at Flyers Skate Zone

After sticking around until the end of training camp last September, Flyers defensive prospect Jeff Woywitka was sent back to the Red Deer Rebels of the Western Hockey League for another season of experience.

Now, he is back. And he plans on sticking around for awhile.

“My goal is to make the Flyers,” said Woywitka. “That’s what I came here to do.”

Despite training camp being approximately a month and a half away, the former first round draft pick of the Flyers in 2001 (27th overall) is back in Voorhees, New Jersey, at the Flyers' practice facility to work on getting in shape for the most important month of his hockey career, this September, when training camp begins.

It’s been a pretty good career so far. In four years for Red Deer (1999-2000 through 2002-03), Woywitka has put up some good offensive numbers, while being a steady force on defense. Last season, Woywitka recorded 16 goals and 36 assists for 52 points and 65 penalty minutes in 57 games.

It has also been a career filled with triumphs, as he won the Memorial Cup, which signifies the championship of Canadian junior hockey, in 2001 while a member of the Rebels. Woywitka also scored the game-winning goal in Canada’s 3-2 victory over the United States in the semifinals of this past winter's World Junior Championships. That team eventually lost in the finals to Russia.

“Those two moments probably stand out the most in my career so far,” said Woywitka. “The goal [in the World Juniors] was a big moment in my life.”

An even bigger moment for the 6'2, 210-pound defenseman would be to land a spot on the Flyers' roster on opening night. It won’t be easy. With Woywitka, Joni Pitkanen, Jim Vandermeer and Dennis Seidenberg all hoping to make the team this season on defense, the Flyers have a problem that most teams would kill for. After all, it is unlikely that all four will land spots on a roster that also features Eric Desjardins, Marcus Ragnarsson, Eric Weinrich, Kim Johnsson and Chris Therien.

“I know this is an important camp for me,” said Woywitka. “I just want to make sure that I am in great shape and the right frame of mind.”

Many hockey scouts have described Woywitka as more of a stay-at-home defenseman, but Woywitka thinks that he can contribute offensively as well. After all, his numbers in Red Deer prove that he is more than capable of putting the puck in the net.

“I was always taught to play defense first, but I like to jump up on the play when I get the chance,” said Woywitka.

At the same time, there are specific things that Woywitka wants to improve on, such as his quickness and finishing his checks.

An interesting fact about the competition between all of the young, promising defensemen on the roster is the relationship between Woywitka and Vandermeer. Vandermeer was the captain of the Red Deer club that Woywitka was a part of, and the two were even defensive partners and roommates on that team.

“[Vandermeer] was a great partner, and really showed me the way when I came to that team as a 16-year-old,” said Woywitka. “We’re good friends.”

Vandermeer worked his way up from the Phantoms to the Flyers last season by impressing Head Coach Ken Hitchcock and the rest of the Flyers staff with his play.

That same path may be the one that Woywitka will have to take. If he does not make the Flyers out of training camp, he will start the season playing at the First Union Spectrum.

For now, though, he is only thinking about making it to the Flyers right from the start, and he thinks that his experience last year in camp should help him this coming September.

“Being with the team last time, and playing in four exhibition games really showed me a lot,” he said. “Just seeing how the [current Flyers] prepare and work was great. I know that I have to focus and be on my game at all times.”

How he applies those lessons learned will go a long way in determining where he will be playing when September rolls into October.

Friday, July 25, 2003 philadelphiaflyers.com


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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28.07.2003 20:09
#198 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen


Comcast-Spectacor Changes Arena Names

Comcast-Spectacor, owner and operator of the First Union Center and First Union Spectrum, is changing the names of its arenas to the Wachovia Center and Wachovia Spectrum to reflect the name change in the financial institutions, it was announced on Monday by Comcast-Spectacor Ventures President Peter Luukko.

“As the owners and operators of the arenas, Comcast-Spectacor is honoring the contract as it was agreed upon with the bank that the successor shall keep the naming rights of the facility,” said Luukko. “Therefore, we will change the name of the arenas to reflect the name change from First Union to Wachovia and continue to operate our arenas as the world class facilities which they are.”

Since its opening on August 31, l996, the Wachovia Center, the 21,000-seat home of the Philadelphia Flyers (NHL), 76ers (NBA) and Wings (NLL), has put Philadelphia on the map, by hosting major national attractions such as the 1996 World Cup of Hockey, the 1997 NHL Stanley Cup Finals, the 1998 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, the 1999 American Hockey League All-Star Weekend, the 2000 Women’s NCAA Final Four, the 2000 Republican National Convention, the 2001 NCAA Men’s East Regional, 2001 NBA Finals, the 2001 and 2002 X-Games and the 2002 NBA All-Star Weekend. The Wachovia Center will also host the first and second rounds of the 2006 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.

The Wachovia Center is the only arena in America with its own microbrewery (Red Bell Brewery & Pub) its own cigar and fine wine club (Holt’s Cigar and Fine Wine Club) and a 24-hour regional sports network (Comcast SportsNet) with studios on the main concourse.

The Wachovia Spectrum, the home of the Philadelphia Phantoms (AHL) and Kixx (MISL), has established itself as one of the busiest arenas in the country over the past 37 years. The Wachovia Spectrum has played host to numerous NCAA Tournaments, NBA and NHL All-Star Weekends, as well as the NBA Finals and NHL Stanley Cup Finals.

Wachovia Corporation is a diversified financial services company that provides a broad range of banking, asset management, wealth management, and corporate and investment banking products and services. With more than 80,000 employees, they are able to serve 20 million banking, brokerage, and corporate customers primarily on the East Coast, as well as through investment banking offices in selected locations. They also have full-service retail brokerage offices that serve customers under the Wachovia Securities name in 49 states. Global services are provided through 30 international offices.




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

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

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Mainpirat Offline

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29.07.2003 12:16
#199 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

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TextComcast-Spectacor, owner and operator of the First Union Center and First Union Spectrum, is changing the names of its arenas to the Wachovia Center and Wachovia Spectrum

Na die Saison fängt ja schon mal gut an.


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.

Czechomania Offline

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29.07.2003 12:22
#200 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

Ist doch wurscht wie die Halle heisst, hauptsache in der Halle wird Action geboten.



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29.07.2003 14:35
#201 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen


aber dann doch bitte nicht so einen scheiß-namen !

Centurion


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13.08.2003 18:34
#202 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

tja,.....besser also corel pavillon,oder?
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holypalooza Offline

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22.08.2003 15:08
#203 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen


...hier mal 3 Videos von Hitch in einem Fernsehinterview:

Über Hacket: http://www.philadelphiaflyers.com/temp/HitchDLN030818d.rm

Über die Youngsters im Team: http://www.philadelphiaflyers.com/temp/HitchDLN030818c.rm

und über die bevorstehende battle gegen die Phantoms: http://www.philadelphiaflyers.com/temp/HitchDLN030818a.rm


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

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

--> Leafs-Fans können hier klicken!!

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26.08.2003 16:18
#204 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

Dean Lombardi named Flyers scout

PHILADELPHIA (philadelphiaflyers.com) -- The Philadelphia Flyers announced on Monday that the team has named Dean Lombardi as a pro scout, according to General Manager Bob Clarke. Lombardi most recently served as the executive vice president and general manager of the San Jose Sharks.

"Dean was considered by his peers to be one of the better general managers in the league," said Clarke in making the announcement. "We think he can be a huge asset for us. A person of his background and talents, if he so chooses, will be back in the NHL as a manager but at this stage we are very happy to have an addition like him to our staff."
Lombardi, 45, was named executive vice president and general manager of the Sharks in March, 1996. He joins NHL executive Bill Torrey as the only general managers in league history to have his team record point improvement for six consecutive seasons (2001-02, 99 points; 2000-01, 95; 1999-00, 87; 1998-99, 80; 1997-98, 78; 1996-97, 62; 1995-96, 47). His 2001-02 team captured its first-ever Pacific Division Championship.

Before joining the Sharks, Lombardi spent two seasons as assistant general manager with the Minnesota North Stars. Raised in Ludlow, Mass., Lombardi graduated third in his class from the University of New Haven while earning Academic All-America honors and a law degree, with honors, from Tulane University where he specialized in labor law. During two years as a player agent before joining the North Stars, Lombardi represented numerous clients, including five members of the 1988 U.S. Olympic ice hockey squad.
Lombardi was captain his final two seasons at the University of New Haven where he earned the school's Student-Athlete of the Year Award. He was also named to the U.S. Junior All-America team in 1978 while playing for the Springfield (Mass.) Olympics.

Q:nhl.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.

LB9 Offline

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26.08.2003 17:37
#205 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

Muss wieder mal big LOL dazu sagen.
Was will der Schwackmatiker als Scout.
Der hat davon soviel Ahnung wie ich von Synchronschwimmen.
Selten jemanden gesehen, der echt so wenig Ahnung davon hat.
Hat man ja alleine an den Picks der Sharks die letzten Jahre gesehen.
Wünsch euch viel Spass mit dem. Werdet bis er nit mehr euer Scout is, keine gescheiten jungen Spieler mehr haben



Gruss
Alper

holypalooza Offline

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26.08.2003 23:36
#206 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

@ MP:

Man man man, ich kopier diese Scheißmeldung extra net hier rein unn Du machst es dann, bleeeeeeed!!

Den Lombardi brauch kei Sau, ab zurück nach San Jose.


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

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

"We drink all their beer, win the game, beat them up and no one go to jail. Good times, eh?"

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27.08.2003 10:26
#207 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

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@ MP:

Man man man, ich kopier diese Scheißmeldung extra net hier rein unn Du machst es dann, bleeeeeeed!!

Den Lombardi brauch kei Sau, ab zurück nach San Jose.


4get it.
Die Sau braucht hier kein Mensch. Soll er doch euren Verein vollw**** und Spieler holen die genauso wenig jemand braucht.
Viel Spass mit ihnen
Scheiss Kerl - Scheiss Verin



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27.08.2003 15:45
#208 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen


...Alles Gute kommt von San Jose!


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

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

"We drink all their beer, win the game, beat them up and no one go to jail. Good times, eh?"

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04.09.2003 18:43
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Hackett Arrives in Philadelphia

Goaltender Takes Part in Scrimmage With Team

One of the newest Flyers made his debut in the orange and black over Labor Day weekend. Well, sort of.

Newly acquired goaltender Jeff Hackett arrived in area and is among a group of players that are scrimmaging at the Sovereign Bank Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, New Jersey.

His teammates made sure that he felt welcome from the start.

“They are a great bunch of guys here,” said Hackett. “So far, it’s been an easy transition.”

Hackett has played with several of his current teammates while they were on other teams. In Chicago, he was a teammate of Jeremy Roenick and Eric Weinrich and he spent time with Mark Recchi while the two were in Montreal.

He’s happy to be on the same side as some of his friends once again, as well as all of the other players that he has played against for so long.

“I knew a lot of them from other teams, but it’s nice to meet the new guys who you’ve played against for many years and I have a lot of respect for,” said Hackett.

Much has been made of Hackett and how he has never really played for a contending team. Despite that, he has always put up good numbers, while becoming a respected veteran goaltender in the league.

He doesn’t hesitate when asked how this team differs from the teams of his past.

“This is definitely the best team I’ve been on. The early years in Chicago we had a strong team, but it seems that I’ve always been on teams that are in transition. I look at this as my first opportunity to really have a lot of success.”

Being an unrestricted free agent this summer, Hackett clearly put an emphasis on being on a team that has a real chance to win a championship.

“It’s everything. That’s all that matters,” he said. “That’s really all you can focus on. You want to win a championship, but you have to take all the proper steps to get to that point. There’s a long time before we start thinking that way; you have to build good habits and everything will take care of itself.”

On the ice at the Flyers' training facility, Hackett is building those habits already.

Tuesday, September 02, 2003


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

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

"We drink all their beer, win the game, beat them up and no one go to jail. Good times, eh?"

--> Leafs-Fans können hier klicken!!

Wes Walz Offline

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11.09.2003 13:12
#210 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

Woywitka, Pitkanen und Richards könnten wohl dieses Jahr im Team der Flyers auflaufen.

Da muss sich der gute Herr Seidenberg aber warm anziehen.

Ich denke die Flyers werden dieses Jahr noch stärker. Mit einem gesunden LeClair,Gagne, Williams. Einer kompletten Saison +Vorbereitung von Amonte und Kapanen und noch den jungen Wilden.

Klar werden Spieler wie Recchi, Desjardins, LeClair nicht jünger, aber ich denke das Team ist sehr sehr tief.

Ein´ziger kritischer Punkt meiner Meinung nach wird die Goaliefrage, wo ich absolut nicht verstehe, dass Cechmanek nicht geblieben ist.



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