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April 15, 2011 | by Ed Barkowitz
Score: Sabres 1, Flyers 0 How it happened: Patrick Kaleta scored the goal and Ryan Miller stopped 35 Flyers' shots. Key play: The goal came when Kaleta maneuvered himself between Flyers defensemen Danny Syvret and Matt Carle to slam home a rebound past Sergei Bobrovsky. Heroes: Miller would have been our first star. James van Riemsdyk, who was the official first star, was the best player on the ice for the Flyers. Goats: Hard to pick one player, so let's target the Flyers power-play unit, which failed to score in five chances and 9 minutes, 22 seconds with the advantage.
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March 6, 2012 | By Frank Seravalli, Daily News Staff Writer
Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren said Monday there was no change in the "out indefinitely" status of defensemen Andrej Meszaros and Kimmo Timonen. Meszaros, however, was spotted at the team's practice facility in Voorhees. Claude Giroux missed practice with what Holmgren called a "maintenance day," though that is supposedly the same reason Timonen and Meszaros missed practice Saturday. Giroux was slashed on the wrist Sunday by Washington's Jason Chimera. James van Riemsdyk will undergo surgery Tuesday to repair a broken bone in his left foot, suffered in Thursday's win over the New York Islanders.
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March 2, 2012
JAMES VAN RIEMSDYK'S season is not getting any easier. In the first period of last night's game against the Islanders, van Riemsdyk blocked a Milan Jurcina blast from the point and broke a bone in his left foot, according to Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren. Originally, van Riemsdyk tried to remain on the bench to fight through the pain but soon left to get X-rays. For now, the Flyers have offered no timetable for his return. He will be re-evaluated by Dr. Steven Raikin today.
NEWS
October 8, 2011 | By Sam Carchidi, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
NEWARK, N.J. - When Claude Giroux , the Flyers' diminutive center, was smacked into the boards by Boston's mammoth Zdeno Chara during Thursday's second period, James van Riemsdyk didn't hesitate. He went after Chara. "That," Flyers center Danny Briere said, "took a lot of guts. " Chara is 6-foot-9, 260 pounds. Van Riemsdyk is 6-3, 200. "I think those type of circumstances are really good for building a team," coach Peter Laviolette said before Saturday night's game against the New Jersey Devils.
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May 31, 2007 | By Tim Panaccio INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
If multiple scouting interviews mean anything, the Flyers seem to have narrowed their focus for the draft to 6-foot-1, 170-pound center Kyle Turris, who has catapulted to the head of the list in NHL Central Scouting's final rankings. The Flyers hold the second overall pick in the June 23 draft. They have had more discussions with the 17-year-old Turris than any other player. According to league sources, the Chicago Blackhawks are leaning toward choosing Patrick Kane, the 5-9, 160-pound right winger from the London Knights, with the top pick.
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December 27, 2008 | Daily News Wire Services
James van Riemsdyk and Drayson Bowman scored two goals each for the United States, which opened the world junior hockey championship with an 8-2 rout of Germany yesterday in Ottawa. Van Riemsdyk, chosen No. 2 overall by the Flyers in last year's NHL draft, is a sophomore at the University of New Hampshire. Bowman is a forward with Spokane, of the Western Hockey League. Minnesota's Jordan Schroeder had a goal and two assists, and Colin White, of Boston University, added a goal and assisted on another.
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November 4, 2011
Flyers Notes Danny Briere, who missed two games with an upper-body injury, returned to the Flyers lineup on Thursday against the New Jersey Devils. Fellow forward James van Riemsdyk, however, was a late scratch with what the team called a lower-body injury. Coach Peter Laviolette has had to juggle his lineups without the services of Briere as well as defenseman Chris Pronger (eye injury) and centers Matt Read (upper-body injury) and Brayden Schenn (broken foot)
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May 10, 2012 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
Claude Giroux's one-game suspension caused Flyers coach Peter Laviolette to tinker with his lines, a common occurrence in this Turnpike Series with the New Jersey Devils. With his team facing elimination Tuesday, Laviolette started the night with four different lines from the ones that he primarily used Sunday. The first-period lines: Matt Read centering Scott Hartnell and Jaromir Jagr; Danny Briere centering Brayden Schenn and Jakub Voracek; Eric Wellwood centering James van Riemsdyk and Wayne Simmonds; and Sean Couturier centering Max Talbot and Zac Rinaldo.
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April 28, 2011 | By Chuck Bausman
The Flyers will play Boston in the Eastern Conference semifinals. The Bruins defeated Montreal in Game 7 of the quarterfinals last night, 4-3. The Flyers were 1-3 against Boston this season. Revenge had to be on the minds of the Bruins after last year's historic, seven-game series won by the Flyers after trailing 3-0 in games and 3-0 in Game 7. About the possibility of facing the Bruins in the next round, Flyers coach Peter Laviolette said yesterday: "For me the Bruins present a balanced lineup.
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