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April 11, 2014 | BY FRANK SERAVALLI, Daily News Staff Writer seravaf@phillynews.com
TAMPA, Fla. - Wiping the perspiration from preparation for Game 80 from his brow, Kimmo Timonen was asked by a reporter yesterday how he was feeling when a familiar voice piped up from an adjacent stall. "Old," best friend Scott Hartnell answered for him. Timonen laughed. But even he, one of the fiercest competitors, could not deny the ill effects of Father Time. "Once you get to 39, you do feel old sometimes," Timonen said. "But that's the truth. It's been a long year, with the Olympics and the travel and the time changes and everything, but that's passed.
SPORTS
March 11, 1992 | By Dwight Ott, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Former Flyers coach Paul Holmgren was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol Monday night after a two-car accident in Gloucester Township in which he, his son, and the driver of another car suffered minor injuries. Holmgren, his son, Wes, 9, and Gloucester Township resident Jan Karpinski - the driver of the other vehicle - were taken to Kennedy Memorial Hospitals in Stratford, where they were treated and released, according to Gloucester Township Patrolman Charles Boyle.
SPORTS
July 26, 2007 | Daily News Staff Report
The Flyers have re-signed left wing Riley Cote to a 1-year deal and left wing Boyd Kane to a 2-year deal, the team announced yesterday. Cote, 25, was scoreless with 11 penalty minutes in eight games for the Flyers last season. He had a goal and four assists in 37 games for the Phantoms. Kane, 29, had two assists and 28 penalty minutes in 15 games for the Flyers last season. In 57 games with the Phantoms, he recorded 10 goals, 22 assists and 98 penalty minutes. "Riley is in his third season with the Flyers organization and he continues to improve," general manager Paul Holmgren said in a statement.
SPORTS
August 6, 2009 | Daily News Staff Report
The Flyers have reached a minor league affiliation agreement for next season with the Kalamazoo Wings, of the East Coast Hockey League. The K-Wings will join the relocated Adirondack Phantoms as Flyers' minor league affiliates. The San Jose Sharks also will be an affiliate of the Wings. "We are pleased to have the Kalamazoo Wings as our ECHL affiliate and look forward to a strong working relationship with them," Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren said in a statement announcing the agreement.
SPORTS
August 27, 2009 | BY THE INQUIRER STAFF
Flyers forward Simon Gagne has a mild right groin strain, but general manager Paul Holmgren said Gagne probably will be ready when training camp begins Sept. 12. Gagne injured his groin Monday while practicing with Team Canada. He saw Flyers team doctor Peter DeLuca yesterday. "Simon will have some medicine injected into the affected area Friday morning and will be advised to rest for one week before returning to his normal fitness routine," Holmgren said in a statement issued by the team.
SPORTS
July 31, 2009 | BY THE INQUIRER STAFF
The Flyers agreed to terms on a one-year contract with defenseman Ole-Kristian Tollefsen yesterday. "Ole is a defenseman with size and defends very well," said general manager Paul Holmgren, who did not release financial details. "At 25 years old, he is an ideal fit to the core of our team. " The native of Norway is 6-foot-2 and weighs 211 pounds. "I have always been a fan of the Philadelphia Flyers and what they are all about," Tollefsen said. "They play a gritty style of hockey, and that is typical of me. " Tollefsen, 25, appeared in 19 games with Columbus last season but missed 39 games and all four Stanley Cup games because of injuries.
SPORTS
January 12, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
Kirby Law and Mark Freer each recorded a goal and an assist, but it wasn't enough as the Phantoms feel to the Albany River Rats last night. 4-2. Meanwhile, the Flyers traded a couple of fading prospects yesterday for a minor league veteran. Yves Sarault, 29, a forward who has played 105 NHL games over seven seasons, was acquired from Nashville mainly to help the Phantoms, Flyers assistant general manager Paul Holmgren said, but he said Sarault can be a callup player for the Flyers as well.
SPORTS
June 16, 2005 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
The Phantoms, who won the Calder Cup last week, have extended the contracts of head coach John Stevens and assistant coaches Kjell Samuelsson and Craig Berube through the 2005-06 season, the team announced yesterday. Terms were not disclosed. "The Phantoms had a remarkable season in 2004-05, and we wanted to lock in what we feel is the best coaching staff in the American Hockey League," said Paul Holmgren, assistant general manager of the Flyers and Phantoms. The coaches "took a mix of veterans and young prospects and molded a championship-winning team," he said.
SPORTS
January 10, 1992 | By Tim Panaccio, Inquirer Staff Writer
Paul Holmgren is back in the Flyers' fold again. The club announced last night that Holmgren had accepted a job in the organization as a scout. Holmgren, who was fired as Flyers coach on Dec. 4 after the club went through an 8-14-2 start, will do amateur scouting in Ontario and Quebec, along with some minor-league pro scouting. He left Tuesday for Ontario. Ironically, he will be fulfilling some of the same duties that his successor, Bill Dineen, had before he got Holmgren's job. "We met last Saturday and talked it over," said Flyers general manger Russ Farwell.
SPORTS
July 25, 2009 | BY THE INQUIRER STAFF
The Flyers announced yesterday that they had signed their 2008 third-round draft pick, defenseman Marc-Andre Bourdon. "Marc-Andre turns pro after an outstanding 2008-09 season in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, where he was honored for his play during the regular season and in the playoffs," Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren said in a statement from the team. "We believe Marc-Andre has tremendous potential to develop into a solid defenseman at the next level. " Bourdon is 6-foot, 215 pounds and is a native of St-Hyacinthe, Quebec.
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