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June 3, 2010
Game 3 of the Stanley Cup final last night attracted 20,297 fans to the Wachovia Center, the largest crowd to see an NHL game in the state of Pennsylvania. The previous record (20,291) was for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final between the Flyers and the Detroit Red Wings at the Wachovia Center on May 31, 1997.
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April 24, 2008 | by Daily News
Ed Barkowitz EASTERN CONFERENCE: EASTERN CONFERENCE: Montreal Canadiens vs. Flyers - Flyers in 7. Pittsburgh Penguins vs. New York Rangers - Penguins in 6. WESTERN CONFERENCE: Colorado Avalanche vs. Detroit Red Wings - Red Wings in 7. Dallas Stars vs. San Jose Sharks - Sharks in 5.   Sam Donnellon EASTERN CONFERENCE: EASTERN CONFERENCE: Montreal Canadiens vs. Flyers - Flyers in 7. ...
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May 31, 2012 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
Seven-time Norris Trophy winner Nicklas Lidstrom will announce his retirement Thursday after 20 seasons with the Detroit Red Wings, ESPN.com reported, citing a source. Lidstrom was the 53rd overall pick of the Wings in the 1989 draft, and was a key figure on four Stanley Cup championship teams. Lidstrom, 42, put retirement on hold in each of the previous 2 years by signing 1-year contracts. Lidstrom had 34 points and a plus-21 rating that ranked among the league leaders this season.
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March 20, 2012
Brandon Dubinsky scored shortly after a fight-filled opening faceoff, and the host New York Rangers became the first Eastern Conference team to earn a playoff spot by beating the New Jersey Devils, 4-2, on Monday night. Three fights broke out at the outset and that seemed to jump-start the Rangers, who had lost two straight and five of seven as their once commanding lead in the East dwindled to almost nothing.   Bruins shut out Leafs Benoit Pouliot scored two goals, Brian Rolston had a goal and three assists and the host Boston Bruins completed a six-game season sweep of the Toronto Maple Leafs with a 8-0 win. The Bruins' superiority was so complete that after two periods they had as many goals as the Maple Leafs had shots.
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February 22, 2012
Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 27 shots to tie Tom Barrasso's franchise record of 22 career shutouts and carry the Pittsburgh Penguins past the New York Rangers, 2-0, Tuesday night. Evgeni Malkin scored his 33d goal of the season and added an assist on Steve Sullivan's tally to help the Penguins bounce back from a listless loss in Buffalo on Sunday and handle the Eastern Conference's top team with relative ease. Henrik Lundqvist made 29 stops for the Rangers, but New York lost for the second time in three games.
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June 6, 2008 | Daily News Wire Services
Television ratings for the decisive game of the Stanley Cup finals were double the last Game 6 in 2006. The Detroit Red Wings' clinching 3-2 victory Wednesday night over the Pittsburgh Penguins drew a 4.4 overnight rating and a 7 share on NBC, the network said yesterday. The Game 6 between Edmonton and Carolina 2 years ago earned a 2.2. The Red Wings claimed their fourth Stanley Cup in 11 years. Detroit has been in the playoffs 17 straight seasons, the longest current run among teams in any North American sport.
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February 9, 2012
A person familiar with the NHL's plan said the Detroit Red Wings would play the Toronto Maple Leafs in the 2013 Winter Classic. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity Wednesday because the league was not expected to announce the matchup until Thursday. Earlier Wednesday, the University of Michigan board of regents authorized the athletic department to seek a contract with the NHL to let the league hold the game at Michigan Stadium. The recommendation said the game would be played Jan. 1, with an alternative date of Jan. 2. This year's game at Citizens Bank Park drew 46,967 to see the New York Rangers beat the Flyers, 3-2.   Wings stay hot at home Detroit's 4-2 victory over Edmonton extended its home winning streak to 18 games, two short of the NHL record of 20, set by the Boston Bruins during the 1929-30 season and matched by the Flyers in 1976.
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April 2, 2012
Dennis Seidenberg and Patrice Bergeron scored second-period goals, and Tim Thomas made 33 saves for the Boston Bruins, who clinched the Northeast Division title with a 2-1 victory over the host New York Rangers on Sunday night. Boston also prevented the Rangers from winning the Atlantic Division and securing the top seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. New York needs just one point in its final three games to finish first. Wings top Panthers Jiri Hudler scored with 14 minutes, 30 seconds remaining in the third period and again in a shootout to help the host Detroit Red Wings beat the Florida Panthers, 2-1. The Panthers secured a point to move three ahead of second-place Washington in the Southeast Division with three games remaining.
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April 23, 2013
Antti Miettinen scored with 7 minutes, 36 seconds left to keep the surging Winnipeg Jets in the playoff race with a 2-1 win over the host Buffalo Sabres on Monday night. Winnipeg moved within a point of the idle New York Rangers, who hold the Eastern Conference's eighth and final playoff spot in the final week of the season. The Jets also crept to within a point of Southeast Division-leading Washington. That sets up a critical showdown on Tuesday, when Winnipeg travels to play the Capitals.
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April 25, 2013
Jordin Tootoo netted the go-ahead goal early in the third period, and Johan Franzen scored on a power play with 6 minutes, 26 seconds left, lifting the host Detroit Red Wings to a 3-1 win Wednesday night over the Los Angeles Kings and into eighth place in the Western Conference. Detroit is one point ahead of Columbus and one behind seventh-place Minnesota. All three teams have two games remaining. The Red Wings are aiming to extend their postseason streak to 22, the longest in North American professional sports.
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June 13, 2016 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Gordie Howe, the rough-and-tumble Canadian farm boy whose boundless blend of talent and toughness made him the NHL's quintessential star during a career that lasted into his 50s, died Friday. The man forever known as "Mr. Hockey" was 88. "We are celebrating the life of a devoted husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and a friend to all," his family said in a statement sent by the Detroit Red Wings, Mr. Howe 's longtime team which also confirmed that Mr. Howe died in Sylvania, Ohio, at the home of Murray Howe.
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March 19, 2016 | By Sam Carchidi, Staff Writer
The Flyers are oozing with confidence. You can see it in their relentless play. You can feel it in their locker room. An 8-1-1 surge - including a showdown win over the Detroit Red Wings, and difficult victories in Tampa and Chicago - is the reason for the upbeat atmosphere. "It's nice coming to the rink and feeling good about ourselves . . . and seeing smiles on the guys' faces," winger Brayden Schenn said after scoring an important goal in Wednesday's clutch, 3-2 victory over the Blackhawks in Chicago.
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March 17, 2016 | By Bob Brookover, Columnist
This was more than a playoff push by the Flyers. It was a gut punch that landed squarely on the team directly in front of them in the race for the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. The Detroit Red Wings, a proud franchise that has made 24 straight trips to the playoffs, arrived at the Wells Fargo Center Tuesday night three points ahead of the Flyers. They left after a 4-3 loss that narrowed their lead to a single point. Factor in the two extra games on the Flyers' schedule and you could argue that they are now in a better position than the Red Wings.
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March 17, 2016 | By Mike Sielski, Columnist
Jake Voracek had been the last Flyers player to enter the locker room after the team's practice Monday, breathing heavily but still with eyes to see what was ahead. He was exhausted from just the few minutes he'd spent skating hard, skating through pain, to test the injured left foot that had kept him out of the lineup since late February. He was quick to make it clear he wouldn't play Tuesday night against the Detroit Red Wings, in a game that would shape the Flyers' standing in the Eastern Conference playoff race.
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March 16, 2016 | By Mike Sielski, Columnist
Claude Giroux saw a man make magic years ago. Maybe it was in 2007, just before Giroux played his first game for the Flyers. He couldn't remember exactly when, but 2007 is a good guess. That was when Pavel Datsyuk was 29 years old and at the apex of his career with the Detroit Red Wings, and Giroux was just 19, a long way from becoming the Flyers' captain and an NHL superstar, still green enough to marvel over another player's powers and wonder whether he himself would someday be skilled and confident enough to be called his idol's equal.
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March 16, 2016 | By Sam Carchidi, STAFF WRITER
When the Flyers host the Detroit Red Wings in their latest critical game Tuesday, rookie coach Dave Hakstol will have a difficult goalie decision: Steve Mason or Michal Neuvirth? Mason is 3-0-1 with a 1.72 goals-against average in his last four starts, but he is coming off a 5-4 shootout loss to Florida. Neuvirth, who has recovered from a stomach virus, played brilliantly in a 2-1 shootout win in Detroit on Jan. 17. The fact that Mason didn't practice as long as Neuvirth on Monday seems to indicate he will get the nod Tuesday.
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January 18, 2016 | By Matt Breen, Staff Writer
Henrik Lundqvist remained on one knee for a moment, looking on in almost bewilderment as the Flyers celebrated an early lead. The New York Rangers goaltender was caught on the wrong side of the net as Sean Couturier sent a pass across the crease to Brayden Schenn, who fired it home less than four minutes into the first period. It had all the signs of a long afternoon for Lundqvist, who has long been a thorn in the Flyers' side. Instead, it proved to be a rare miscue. Lundqvist returned to his feet and rallied the Rangers to a 3-2 win. He recorded 34 saves, including a series of key stops late in the third period.
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May 17, 2015 | BY FRANK SERAVALLI, Daily News Staff Writer seravaf@phillynews.com
MIKE BABCOCK promises this will all be over within a week. For the Flyers, the prospects of landing their No. 1 head-coaching candidate must seem at least a little dull, considering the optics of a 25-minute interview with TSN's Darren Dreger on Friday. Babcock thoughtfully answered every question, but the NHL's most sought after free-agent coach in history did so while sitting next to Detroit Red Wings general manager Ken Holland in a hotel room in Prague, where the two are scouting the World Championships.
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May 10, 2015 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Detroit Red Wings granted permission Friday for teams to talk to their highly coveted coach, Mike Babcock. A long line has started forming, and it stretches from Philadelphia to Edmonton. The Flyers, Toronto, Buffalo, New Jersey, and San Jose have coaching vacancies. Edmonton has an interim coach, and many other teams, such as Pittsburgh, Boston, and St. Louis, may get involved if they can lure Babcock. Babcock, 52, whose contract with the Red Wings expires June 30, is considered the No. 1 choice in a lot of cities.
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