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Mainpirat Offline

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27.06.2003 00:28
#121 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

Für dich Doc als Wings Fan sicherlich. Für Johnny wäre ein Team im Westen sicher auch von Vorteil und die Flyers hätten eine akzeptable Lösung im Tor. Paßt!

Nur Holy weint dann rum weil CuJo da ist. Und ich weine auch mit einem Auge, weil mein großes sportliches Vorbild nicht mehr bei meinem Lieblingteam spielt.



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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27.06.2003 07:58
#122 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

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Und ich weine auch mit einem Auge, weil mein großes sportliches Vorbild nicht mehr bei meinem Lieblingteam spielt

MIT !

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holypalooza Offline

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27.06.2003 08:34
#123 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

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Nur Holy weint dann rum weil CuJo da ist
...ich wein net rum, ich würd ausrasten!!!

Da schmeissen sie einen Cechmanek raus, weil er in den Playoffs nix gerissen hat, und holen dann einen CuJo, der garnet erst in die Playoffs gekommen ist!!

Das kann´s ja wohl net sein oder!?!


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27.06.2003 08:36
#124 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

Wie waren die Red Wings jetzt noch nicht mal in den PO'S?

holypalooza Offline

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27.06.2003 08:39
#125 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen


...sorry, ich meinte "garnet erst soweit in den Playoffs"!!

Is noch früh für mich....


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Mainpirat Offline

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27.06.2003 10:08
#126 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

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...ich wein net rum, ich würd ausrasten!!!

Allein dafür würde es sich ja schon lohnnen!

Warten wir es mal ab. Aber für möglich halte ich es schon.



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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27.06.2003 17:02
#127 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

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Allein dafür würde es sich ja schon lohnnen!
...mein Lieber, Du hast mich noch net ausraten sehen!! Erspare es Dir, besser ist das!
In Antwort auf:
Aber für möglich halte ich es schon.
...ich nicht. Punkt!!!

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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28.06.2003 08:54
#128 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

is doch egal wer kommt und geht hauptsache wir gewinnen den stanley cup!!!
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30.06.2003 17:57
#129 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

Desjardins, Lapointe Signed to New Contracts

Each get new two-year deals

The Flyers have announced that they have signed defenseman Eric Desjardins and center Claude Lapointe to new two-year contracts.

More details will be available shortly.



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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30.06.2003 18:21
#130 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

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s doch egal wer kommt und geht hauptsache wir gewinnen den stanley cup!!!

Guter Witz

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30.06.2003 18:54
#131 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

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...and center Claude Lapointe to new two-year contracts.

Sehr gut. So Leute braucht man!


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01.07.2003 08:34
#132 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

Desjardins, Lapointe Signed to New Contracts

Each get new two-year deals

The Philadelphia Flyers announced today that they have signed 6’1”, 205-pound defenseman Eric Desjardins and 5’9”, 188-pound center Claude Lapointe each to a new two-year contract, according to General Manager Bob Clarke. Per club policy, financial terms were not disclosed. Desjardins and Lapointe were both scheduled to become unrestricted free agents on July 1.

“We have always liked the way that both players have played for us,” said Clarke in making the announcement. “Desjardins has been here for nine years and has been our best defenseman. I think that this (his signing) was critical to the strength of our defense. Desjardins has been a tremendous help to a lot of our young players as well.”

“Lapointe came in and did a really good job for us and actually took Marty Murray’s position as a fourth-line center and penalty killer,” continued Clarke. “He is a very good player in a lot of ways and in a lot of positions on our club.”

“We felt strongly that we were better off in keeping our own than going into the free agent market,” said Clarke.

Desjardins, 34, won the Barry Ashbee Trophy as the team’s most outstanding defenseman this past season. He has now won the Barry Ashbee Trophy for a record seventh time (1994-95 through 1999-2000 and 2002-03). In 79 regular season games for the Flyers in 2002-03, Desjardins recorded eight goals and 24 assists for 32 points and 35 penalty minutes. In his ninth season with the Flyers, he led the team in plus/minus with a +30 rating.

Over his nine seasons with the Flyers (1994-95 through 2002-03), Desjardins has registered 88 goals and 272 assists for 360 points and 322 penalty minutes in 645 regular season games. He ranks second in points among defensemen on the Flyers All-Time List, trailing only Mark Howe (480), and is in ninth place for games played on the Flyers All-Time List (third among defensemen, trailing Joe Watson - 746 and Chris Therien - 650).

In 15 career NHL seasons (1988-89 through 2002-03), Desjardins has recorded 131 goals and 408 assists for 539 points and 673 penalty minutes in 1,050 regular season games. He reached the NHL Milestone of 1,000 games played at Atlanta on December 18, 2002, becoming the 185th player in NHL history to reach the mark. He was named to the NHL Second All-Star Team twice, following the 1998-99 and 1999-2000 seasons, has participated in three NHL All-Star Games (1992, 1996 and 2000) and was a member of Team Canada which won the 1991 Canada Cup Tournament and which finished second at the 1996 World Cup of Hockey and of the Canadian Olympic Team that competed in the 1998 Winter Olympic Games held in Nagano, Japan. He was acquired by the Flyers from the Montreal Canadiens, along with Gilbert Dionne and John LeClair, in exchange for Mark Recchi and a third round choice in the 1995 NHL Entry Draft on February 9, 1995.

Desjardins played parts of seven seasons with Montreal (1988-89 to 1994-95), posting 179 points (43G,136A) and 351 penalty minutes in 405 regular season games. He was a member of the Canadiens’ 1993 Stanley Cup Championship team. He was originally drafted by the Canadiens in the second round (38th overall) of the 1987 NHL Entry Draft.

Lapointe, 34, recorded eight goals and eight assists for 16 points and 36 penalty minutes in 80 games this past season. He posted four points (2G,2A) and 16 penalty minutes in 14 games for the Flyers after being acquired from the New York Islanders in exchange for a fifth round pick in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft on March 9, 2003. In 66 games for the Islanders, Lapointe registered six goals and six assists for 12 points and 20 penalty minutes.

In 837 career NHL games over 13 seasons (1990-91 through 2002-03) with the Quebec Nordiques, Colorado Avalanche, Calgary Flames, the Islanders and the Flyers, Lapointe has registered 122 goals and 175 assists for 297 points and 689 penalty minutes. Prior to joining the Flyers, Lapointe had played the last seven seasons (1996-97 to 2002-03) for the Islanders, recording 171 points (76G,95A) and 354 penalty minutes in 535 games. He was signed as a free agent by the Islanders on August 14, 1996.

A native of Lachine, Quebec, Lapointe was traded by Colorado to Calgary for a seventh round pick in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft on November 1, 1995. He was originally drafted from the Laval Titan of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League by the Nordiques in the 12th round (234th overall) of the 1988 NHL Entry Draft.

Monday, June 30, 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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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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01.07.2003 15:09
#133 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

THE PHILADELPHIA FLYERS DEALT DEFENCEMAN DMITRY YUSHKEVICH TO THE WASHINGTON CAPITALS IN EXCHANGE FOR A SEVENTH ROUND PICK IN THE 2004 DRAFT.

Spector's Note: As with the previous trade alert, my thanks to all of you who sent this my way. Yushkevich would be the type of blueliner the Caps could use next season, but he's an unrestricted free agent, and his agent is the notorious Marc Gandler (he of the ill-advised Alexei Yashin holdout infamy). The Capitals could sign him, but if his asking price is too steep, they'll opt out and take the conditional pick they'll get in next year's draft for losing him to free agency.

lol der muss sich dumm vorkommen,darf nirgends mehr als 2 monate bleiben



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01.07.2003 15:12
#134 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

FLYERS EYEING HACKETT?

CAMDEN COURIER-POST: Chuck Gormley reports "all indications points to" the Philadelphia Flyers attempting to sign UFA netminder Jeff Hackett before week's end. Hackett's agent said he'll know more later today. GM Bob Clarke also commented on the possibility of Curtis Joseph becoming available, saying he would not pursue a trade for Cujo. "We're comfortable with where we are right now and we feel strongly we'll be able to get a goalie," Clarke said. "But it won't be Joseph." Clarke also reiterated he won't be pursuing other big-name talent in this summer's UFA market.

Spector's Note: I know Clarke has a well-earned reputation for saying one thing and doing another, but he proved last summer that when he said he wasn't interested in chasing a big-name player, he could stick by his word. Clarke has a payroll to consider and now that he's re-signed Desjardins and Lapointe, I think he'll find the cheaper Hackett much more affordable than the expensive Cujo.




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01.07.2003 18:06
#135 RE:Philadelphia Flyers Thread geschlossen

Blue Line Specials

Veterans clog defensive free agent market with stability

By Brian Marks, philadelphiaflyers.com

With the style of today’s brand of hockey, free agency gives teams a great opportunity to build their club from the back end up. And paging through the players that will be available beginning today, veteran strength is the most common thread.

Derian Hatcher, Brian Leetch, Bryan Marchment, Greg de Vries, Dmitry Yushkevich and Glen Wesley are just some of the names on a long list that can impact the blue line of any team searching for a defenseman this summer.

Hatcher is certainly one of the biggest prizes on the market in all of free agency. The Dallas defenseman picked up his game in dramatic fashion last season, taking it to a higher level. Hatcher posted a tremendous plus +37 and reached the 30-point plateau for the fifth time in his career, but just the first time since the 1998-99 season.

While he will never have high offensive numbers, Hatcher, who has captained the Stars since the 1994-95 season, brings a leadership quality and physical force that can not be summed up by his statistics. He was one of the main reasons that Dallas had the third-lowest goals against of any NHL team. At age 31, the 12-year veteran may just stay with Dallas, but with unrestricted free agency, anything can happen.

Leetch had a season most would want to forget in a city that would rather not remember its team. A broken foot paralyzed Leetch’s 2002-03 season, limiting him to 51 games as the Rangers missed the playoffs for a team-record sixth consecutive season. On the ice, Leetch proved that he still has the ability to be one of the league’s top defensemen. He posted 30 points (12G,18A) and was one of a few Rangers giving it everything he had as the team came down the stretch desperately needing wins. Now 35, Leetch's rights were traded to the Edmonton Oilers on June 30.

At 6'1 and 200 pounds, Marchment solidifies depth in any team’s lineup. He is not a top defenseman, but he clogs the opposition’s offensive zone and is an asset to have in front of your net. Traded from San Jose to Colorado at the trade deadline, Marchment registered 14 points (2G,12A) last season. Marchment, who rang up 141 penalty minutes last season, is as physical as you can get. He will toughen up a club’s blue line and bring a quality veteran presence.

A top four defenseman, de Vries has finally got some respect the last couple of seasons with Colorado. And with good measure - the man produces. Either he is a late bloomer or he never got the opportunity, but de Vries has seen his offensive numbers rise each of the last four seasons. In 2002-03, he notched a career-high 32 points (6G,26A) while playing in all 82 games. And de Vries is not too bad on the other side of the puck, either, notching a plus +56 over the last three seasons, including a plus +15 last year. With eight seasons now under his belt and with him finally coming into his own, the former journeyman de Vries could be a hot commodity on the free agent wire.

Somewhere along the line, the value of Yushkevich must have become taken for granted. Yushkevich has played for four teams over the past two seasons. After disappointing stops in Florida and Los Angeles in 2002-03, the Russian proved in Philadelphia that he has plenty left in the tank if he’s just given the proper role. Yushkevich, who turns 32 in November, was strong down the stretch for the Flyers, posting four points (2G,2A) and a plus +7 in 18 games. He also provided one of the most remarkable performances in the playoffs, playing through a separated shoulder and a broken hand while helping a Flyers defense that played half of the postseason without Eric Desjardins. On June 30, the Flyers traded his rights to the Washington Capitals for a seventh round pick in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.

Wesley first made waves through the league as a rookie with Boston in the 1988 playoffs. Sixteen years later and going on age 35, Wesley’s offensive numbers may not be there anymore, but his level of reliability has gone nowhere but up. Having played in nearly 1,200 career games, Wesley’s leadership is second to none. He holds his own against the other team’s top talent every night and is on the ice in pressure situations.

There may not be any all-out superstars among the defensemen available, but for teams looking for stability and someone to play defense, there is plenty for the picking.

Tuesday, July 01, 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!!
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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