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July 7, 2013
The Ottawa Senators wasted little time to fill the loss of captain Daniel Alfredsson by acquiring Cherry Hill's forward Bobby Ryan in a trade with Anaheim on Friday. In exchange for landing the four-time 30-goal scorer, the Senators dealt forwards Jakob Silfverbeg, Stefan Noesen and their first-round pick in next year's draft to Anaheim. The deal was completed hours into the start of the NHL's free-agency period. Ryan hinted at the trade on his Twitter account by posting a note that read: "Ottawa....
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November 15, 2013 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
OTTAWA, Ontario - Before he was traded from Anaheim to Ottawa in the summer, gifted right winger Bobby Ryan was aware of the rumblings that his hometown team, the Flyers, were showing interest. It made sense, because Ryan's father is close friends with some of the Flyers executives. Yes, Ryan said, he would have been happy returning home. But that doesn't mean he is disappointed that he was sent to the Senators for promising wingers Jakob Silfverberg and Stefan Noesen, along with a 2014 first-round draft choice.
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January 23, 2012 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
EVGENI MALKIN can't explain what's going on with the Pittsburgh Penguins. He'd rather just enjoy the ride. Malkin pounded home a rebound 1 minutes, 31 seconds into overtime to lift the streaking Penguins to their sixth straight win, a 4-3 triumph over the visiting Washington Capitals yesterday. "I have great confidence now," Malkin said. "You win six games, I think everyone has great confidence now. I just am enjoying the game. And having fun. " Malkin has scored in six straight games, matching the longest streak in the league this year.
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April 17, 2011
Chara sits as Bruins lose again Michael Cammalleri and Mathieu Darche scored in the first 2 minutes, 20 seconds of the game and Carey Price stopped 34 shots Saturday night to lead Montreal to a 3-1 victory over the host Boston Bruins, who played without captain Zdeno Chara, out because of dehydration. Boston has never, in 26 tries, won a playoff series after losing the first two games.   Red Wings hold on, beat Coyotes Pavel Datsyuk scored and added two assists in the first period alone - including a marvelous move to set up a goal by Darren Helm - and the host Detroit Red Wings held on for a 4-3 win over the Phoenix Coyotes to take a two-games-to-none lead in their first-round series.
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October 28, 2011
Former Flyer Joffrey Lupul and Clarke MacArthur scored 4 minutes, 22 seconds apart in the third period as the Toronto Maple Leafs broke open a tie game and spoiled the New York Rangers' return to renovated Madison Square Garden with a 4-2 victory Thursday night. Lupul scored off a rebound in a scrum in front of Henrik Lundqvist to make it 2-1 with his fifth goal of the season, and MacArthur made it a two-goal edge with his first at 6:33. Matthew Lombardi scored his first in the second period, and Mike Brown made it 4-1 in the third.
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December 15, 2008 | Daily News Wire Services
Sean Avery's days with the Dallas Stars are done. Although the combative forward was eligible to return from a six-game league suspension yesterday, the Stars instead announced Avery will not rejoin the team - ever. "All parties said there is a clear understanding that a return to the Stars is not in the best interest of either the hockey club or Avery," the team said in a statement. Details of his departure still must be worked out. He could be traded, sent to the minors or bought out next summer.
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October 31, 2009 | Daily News Wire Services
Florida's Steve Reinprecht scored a natural hat trick, getting three goals in succession within 5 minutes, 11 seconds of the first period, and the visiting Panthers eventually topped the Dallas Stars, 6-5, in a shootout last night. Rostislav Olesz scored the only goal in the shootout, and Florida goalie Scott Clemmensen stopped Dallas' Brad Richards on the the game's final attempt. Reinprecht's three goals give him eight on the young season. All three were scored with the teams at even strength.
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January 16, 2012 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
EVGENI MALKIN had five points and a third-period dustup against the Tampa Bay Lightning. And all he wanted to talk about after yesterday's game was the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins' 6-3 win. Malkin had three goals and two assists, and James Neal added two goals for the Penguins, who recovered from a blown three-goal lead. "I didn't think about playing a great game. I know we have two points," Malkin said. Malkin scored twice in a 1-minute, 49-second stretch of the third period to put Pittsburgh ahead 5-3 after the Penguins had squandered a 3-0 lead earlier in the frame.
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November 21, 2013 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Flyers had points in four straight games entering Tuesday, a streak that started when coach Craig Berube put center Vinny Lecavalier on a line with wingers Wayne Simmonds and Brayden Schenn for the first time this season. The trio had combined for six goals and 11 points in that 3-0-1 span before Tuesday's game against Ottawa. All three can play a physical game, and Lecavalier is also a smooth playmaker. "When you get pucks deep and have another physical presence with you up in the rush, it's a lot easier," Simmonds said.
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December 3, 2015 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
OTTAWA, Ontario - They got goals from two defensemen - including the first of Evgeny Medvedev's young NHL career - for the second time this season. They got Wayne Simmonds' third goal in the last two games, Sean Couturier's first multiple-point performance of the season, and superb goaltending from Steve Mason, especially in the third period. Put it all together and the Flyers extended their winning streak to a season-high three games Tuesday, defeating Ottawa, 4-2, at the Canadian Tire Centre.
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November 23, 2015 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
OTTAWA, Ontario - The Flyers had lots of scoring chances Saturday night, but, as they have done throughout the first 20 games, lacked a finishing touch at the Canadian Tire Center. As a result, they lost their third straight, dropping a 4-0 decision to Ottawa, which concluded a 3-0-2 homestand. The Senators (10-5-5) don't play another home game until Dec. 1, also against the Flyers (6-9-5). Maybe by then the Orange and Black will have figured out how to put the puck in the net. Right now, they are making it look like a lost art. It was the second straight shutout loss for the Flyers, who haven't scored in 133 minutes, 49 seconds.
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November 21, 2013 | BY ED BARKOWITZ, Daily News Staff Writer barkowe@phillynews.com
BOBBY RYAN'S journey to NHL stardom had its share of well-documented potholes. But when times were toughest, he often recalled that special night in South Philadelphia in 1996. Ryan, an Ottawa Senator who is on his way to another 30-goal season, was 9 years old and among the raucous crowd for Team USA's opening game against Team Canada in the best-of-three inaugural World Cup championship series at what is now the Wells Fargo Center. NHL players were not yet participating in the Olympics, so there was a wonderful novelty to the competition.
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November 21, 2013 | BY ED BARKOWITZ, Daily News Staff Writer barkowe@phillynews.com
THE WAY defenseman Nick Grossmann sees it, his game-turning kick save was the least he could do for Steve Mason. The goalie, who has been pulling the Flyers' hides out of the fire all season, was out of position in the third period of a tie game against the visiting Ottawa Senators last night. Kyle Turris was about to hammer home the go-ahead goal when Grossmann got in the way. The shot by Turris, who had an eventful third period, clanked off Grossmann's left skate before eventually dribbling harmlessly away as the Flyers dodged a bullet.
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November 21, 2013 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Flyers had points in four straight games entering Tuesday, a streak that started when coach Craig Berube put center Vinny Lecavalier on a line with wingers Wayne Simmonds and Brayden Schenn for the first time this season. The trio had combined for six goals and 11 points in that 3-0-1 span before Tuesday's game against Ottawa. All three can play a physical game, and Lecavalier is also a smooth playmaker. "When you get pucks deep and have another physical presence with you up in the rush, it's a lot easier," Simmonds said.
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November 20, 2013 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
Even though the Flyers are last in the Metropolitan Division, positive signs are emerging. The team appears to be adapting to Craig Berube's defensive-oriented system, one that employs a second forechecker and tries to generate turnovers in the neutral zone that can trigger an offensive opportunity. "I think we did a good job with it on the last road trip, and we just have to keep following it," winger Jake Voracek said after Monday's practice in Voorhees. The Flyers, who begin a three-game homestand Tuesday against Ottawa, have points in their last four games (3-0-1)
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November 15, 2013 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
OTTAWA, Ontario - Before he was traded from Anaheim to Ottawa in the summer, gifted right winger Bobby Ryan was aware of the rumblings that his hometown team, the Flyers, were showing interest. It made sense, because Ryan's father is close friends with some of the Flyers executives. Yes, Ryan said, he would have been happy returning home. But that doesn't mean he is disappointed that he was sent to the Senators for promising wingers Jakob Silfverberg and Stefan Noesen, along with a 2014 first-round draft choice.
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November 14, 2013 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
OTTAWA, Ontario - The Flyers started a three-game road trip on the right skate Tuesday night. Getting two goals from Jake Voracek, flawless goaltending from Steve Mason, and two assists from Claude Giroux, the Flyers trounced the Ottawa Senators, 5-0, at the boo-filled Canadian Tire Centre. Mason (24 saves), acquired late last season from Columbus, notched his first shutout as a Flyer. Giroux picked up his 300th and 301st career points in his 350th game, Scott Hartnell ended a 38-game assist drought, and Vinny Lecavalier (two points)
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July 8, 2013
The Ottawa Senators wasted little time to fill the loss of captain Daniel Alfredsson by acquiring Cherry Hill's forward Bobby Ryan in a trade with Anaheim on Friday. In exchange for landing the four-time 30-goal scorer, the Senators dealt forwards Jakob Silfverbeg, Stefan Noesen and their first-round pick in next year's draft to Anaheim. The deal was completed hours into the start of the NHL's free-agency period. Ryan hinted at the trade on his Twitter account by posting a note that read: "Ottawa....
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