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January 18, 2001 | by Les Bowen, Daily News Sports Writer
Flyers goalie Roman Cechmanek insisted there was no way he would be chosen for the Feb. 4 NHL All-Star Game in Denver. "No, no, maybe next year," Cechmanek told a reporter after yesterday's practice. A few hours later, the league confirmed that its selection committee had tapped Cechmanek to join San Jose's Evgeni Nabokov in backing up World team starter Dominik Hasek, of Buffalo. Finally, Cechmanek had to admit what most people around the Flyers had assumed over the past few days - that he was Denver-bound.
SPORTS
December 11, 2000 | By Don McKee, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Bill Barber's Stanley Cup championship rings and plaque in the Hockey Hall of Fame got his old linemate Bobby Clarke off the hook with Flyers fans. After an embarrassing 5-1 Flyers loss in Detroit on Friday night, Clarke reluctantly decided that Craig Ramsay had to go. Yesterday he elevated Barber - his linemate on the Broad Street Bullies in the 1970s - to head coach. The move, Clarke's fifth coaching change since inheriting Terry Simpson from Russ Farwell in 1994, might have smacked of panic.
NEWS
September 13, 2000
'Boys bounce back Rejoice, Eagles fans, the dreaded Dallas Cowboys have been vanquished - but the loss did not bother true Cowboys faithful. Before long, the 'Boys will be legitimate contenders again. True super-teams experience some down time during their years of dominance. Isn't that why Eagles fans despise the 'Boys so much? Maybe I'm living in the past, but what past do Eagles fans have to speak of? One meager Super Bowl appearance where you became the first team to lose to a wild card?
SPORTS
April 11, 2000 | by Les Bowen, Daily News Sports Writer
Bob Clarke paused in the middle of explaining his view of yet another dicey, potentially ugly situation erupting around the Flyers as they begin the Stanley Cup playoffs. Clarke looked at the reporters sitting in front of his desk and shook his head. "Nothing's ever easy around here, is it?" he asked. No, indeed. Here is the latest Flyers soap opera, stripped to essentials: Coach Roger Neilson, recovering from a stem-cell transplant to combat bone-marrow cancer, and bronzed from a 10-day visit to Clarke's condo in Sarasota, Fla., thinks he is ready to take charge again from interim coach Craig Ramsay.
NEWS
March 30, 2000
Eric Lindros, Bobby Clarke and today's Flyers I say the "C" should be stripped from someone in the Flyers organization all right:the "C" being Bobby Clarke! He has mismanaged at every turn situations involving Eric Lindros ("Outspokenness costs Lindros his captain's 'C'," March 28). Lindros has sacrificed practically everything, including his health and more than likely what's left of his sanity, for an organization that seems to delight in disregarding and humiliating him. All he has left to give it is his very soul, and it now appears that they want even that.
SPORTS
July 17, 1998 | By Jerry Brewer, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Flyers coach Roger Neilson met with Eric Lindros yesterday and assured the star center that Neilson does not want Lindros to be traded. The two-hour meeting, which took place in Canada, was scheduled before trade rumors about Lindros surfaced on Wednesday. "I'm not even thinking about trading him," Neilson said in a telephone interview. "It would be crazy to speculate. He'll be here next year. That's what I think. That's what I'm counting on, anyway. " The meeting had been scheduled before broadcast reports out of Toronto had Lindros being sent to the Maple Leafs for forwards Mats Sundin and Mark Recchi.
SPORTS
February 13, 1998 | By Frank Fitzpatrick, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Bob Clarke is back at center. The center of attention. With the main draw of the Olympic hockey tournament set to start today, issues raised here by the Canadian general manager suddenly are at the heart of the competition - at least for the Canadian and American teams. Three days ago, less than 24 hours after arriving in a nation where outspokenness is a vice, Clarke denigrated the U.S. team and vilified Gary Suter. Yesterday, Clarke's remarks surfaced at a U.S. team meeting, prompting someone to ask how Clarke, who once admitted breaking a Soviet star's ankle and captained the notorious Broad Street Bullies, could criticize anyone.
SPORTS
February 6, 1998 | by Sam Donnellon, Daily News Sports Writer
Be on alert, Trent Klatt. This warning is meant for you, Dainius Zubrus. Score. Or else. When the Olympic break is over, a kind of late-season training camp begins anew. "There's a gap between our top guys and our bottom guys that doesn't seem to be filling in too well," Flyers president and general manager Bobby Clarke said yesterday, after announcing the acquisition of yet another center/right wing, Vancouver's Mike Sillinger. "We've got to get more goals in our lineup and we think Mike can do that for us. He's a very competitive player.
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