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July 1, 2012
Ryan Suter's agent said the Nashville Predators defenseman will be hitting the NHL's free agent market. Neil Sheehy said he doesn't know where Suter will sign, but added the player will keep the Predators "in the mix. " Free agency opens at noon Sunday with Suter heading a short list of marquee players expected to be available. Also on that list is New Jersey Devils captain Zach Parise. Besides the Flyers, Detroit, Tampa Bay, Anaheim, and Edmonton are among the teams expected to have interest in the 27-year-old Suter.
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July 20, 2012 | By Frank Seravalli and Daily News Staff Writer
WHEN SHEA WEBER and his traveling party surreptitiously arrived in Philadelphia nearly 2 weeks ago to first discuss the idea of signing an offer sheet with the Flyers, his agent told him to soak in the entire experience. "When you sign a 14-year deal, you need to look around and make sure," agent Jarrett Bousquet told the Daily News. "You need to make sure everything checks out, that it fits your lifestyle, that you want to live in a big city instead of a small town. Everything has to work.
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July 2, 2012 | By Sam Carchidi, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Flyers may not land either of the top unrestricted free agents on the market, but it won't be for a lack of trying. They made offers to left winger Zach Parise and defenseman Ryan Suter on Sunday, the first day of the free-agency period. Parise is expected to announce his decision Monday; Suter may do likewise. Each was offered at least a 10-year deal by the Flyers, an NHL source told The Inquirer. "It takes 10 to get in the game," he said. CSN reported that both were offered 12-year deals for more than $80 million apiece.
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July 3, 2012 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Flyers may not land either of the top unrestricted free agents on the market, but it won't be for a lack of trying. They made offers to left winger Zach Parise and defenseman Ryan Suter on Sunday, the first day of the free-agency period. Parise is expected to announce his decision Monday; Suter may do likewise. Each was offered at least a 10-year deal by the Flyers, an NHL source told The Inquirer. "It takes 10 to get in the game," he said. CSN reported that both were offered 12-year deals for more than $80 million apiece.
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May 10, 2011 | Daily News Wire Services
Daniel Sedin and Mason Raymond scored first-period goals, and Roberto Luongo made 23 saves as the visiting Vancouver Canucks beat the Nashville Predators 2-1 to advance to the Western Conference finals last night. The Canucks, who had the NHL's best record this season, reached the conference finals for the first time since 1994 and will face the winner of the series between the San Jose Sharks and Detroit Red Wings. Raymond gave Vancouver the lead 7:45 into the game and Sedin made it 2-0 just 1:43 later.
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May 1, 2012 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
GLENDALE, ARIZ. - Shane Doan, Radim Vrbata and Antoine Vermette each had a goal and an assist, and the Phoenix Coyotes avoided their usual overtime theatrics, beating the Nashville Predators, 5-3, on Sunday night to take a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference semifinal series. Martin Hanzal and Taylor Pyatt also scored for the Coyotes. Ryan Suter, Patric Hornqvist and Andrei Kostitsyn scored for the Predators. Phoenix scored three times on 19 second-period shots. The Coyotes built a two-goal lead early in the second period.
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November 29, 2006 | By Tim Panaccio INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
If ever a team was going to test the Flyers' resolve to win three straight games for the first time this season, the Nashville Predators are it. The Predators visit the Wachovia Center tonight as one of the NHL's elite teams, leading the Central Division with 32 points. They have 11 players with double-figure scoring. Although they don't have a player among the NHL's top 30 scorers, the Predators have a league high of four defenseman with 11 points or more and have gotten 17 goals from their defensemen.
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April 25, 2013 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
Despite playing just one season for the Flyers, Jaromir Jagr, left a indelible impression. The owner of 681 career NHL goals, Jagr is scheduled to play his first game against his former team Tuesday night when the Boston Bruins visit the Flyers at the Wells Fargo Center. Jagr had 19 goals and 35 assists for 54 points in 73 games with the Flyers last season and added a goal and seven assists in 11 playoff games. He signed as a free agent with the Dallas Stars in the offseason and was traded to Boston on April 2. So it was no surprise after Boston's morning skate on Tuesday that Jagr drew a crowd of media.
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March 30, 2009 | Daily News Wire Services
The Nashville Predators capped a big week with a confidence-building victory over the Stanley Cup champion Detroit Red Wings. Ryan Suter broke a tie on a power play with 4 minutes, 36 seconds to play in regulation, and Pekka Rinne made 33 saves to help Nashville win its third straight game, 4-3 at Detroit last night. Not only did the Predators defeat the defending Stanley Cup champs, who are second in the Western Conference, they also beat the conference's top team, the San Jose Sharks, on Thursday night, and Los Angeles on Saturday night in overtime.
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January 7, 2013 | BY ED BARKOWITZ, Daily News Staff Writer barkowe@phillynews.com
WHEN LAST we saw hockey, Simon Gagne nearly dropped the Stanley Cup and Justin Williams brought it to the Jersey shore. It made the interminable lockout even more painful for Flyers fans. After 4 months of posturing and pouting, itching and moaning, and just plain silliness, there will be hockey again. Here's a refresher on what transpired as well as some of the comings and goings since the Kings thumped the Devils to win their first title. Biggest trade The Columbus Blue Jackets sent perennial 30-goal scorer Rick Nash to the Rangers for three players and a first-round pick.
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February 23, 2014 | By Frank Fitzpatrick, Inquirer Staff Writer
SOCHI - Let's face it, Americans don't usually give much thought to Canadian borders. You flash a smile, and you're through. We're neighbors, eh? Not enemies. But Friday night, in an Olympic hockey semifinal, Canada threw up an impenetrable wall around its net and its national game, defeating the United States, 1-0, in a contest that, depending on your national allegiance, was either wildly entertaining or maddeningly frustrating. "They kept us out of their zone," said New Jersey native James van Riemsdyk, his succinct assessment of the intense 60 minutes as good as any. The only goal came on a Jamie Benn deflection of a point shot early in the second period.
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June 14, 2013 | By Frank Seravalli, Daily News Writer
OVER THE NEXT 2 days, the NHL will hand out its regular-season award winners for this season. Flyers beat writer Frank Seravalli, as a member of the Professional Hockey Writers Association, votes on all of the top awards. Here are his nominees and who he picked, in order: HART MEMORIAL TROPHY (Most valuable player to his team) 1. Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh 2. John Tavares, N.Y. Islanders 3. Jonathan Toews, Chicago The reason: By the letter of the award, it should probably go to Tavares, since the Islanders didn't have a prayer for the playoffs without him. But the Hart has always been about the league's top player, and it is tough to argue that anyone other than Crosby should win it. He played 12 fewer games than everyone else and finished just four points back of the scoring lead.
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May 10, 2013 | By Frank Seravalli, Daily News Staff Writer
Second in a series   THE FLYERS have the NHL's most expensive collection of second- and third-pairing defensemen. That's not a knock - or at least, an intentional one. You see, Kimmo Timonen ($6 million), Braydon Coburn ($4.5 million), Andrej Meszaros ($4 million), Luke Schenn ($3.6 million) and Nick Grossmann ($3.5 million) are all fine players. Most NHL teams would love to add a defenseman of that caliber to their roster this summer. But for the Flyers, five No. 3 defensemen - or worse - does not a contender make.
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April 25, 2013 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
Despite playing just one season for the Flyers, Jaromir Jagr, left a indelible impression. The owner of 681 career NHL goals, Jagr is scheduled to play his first game against his former team Tuesday night when the Boston Bruins visit the Flyers at the Wells Fargo Center. Jagr had 19 goals and 35 assists for 54 points in 73 games with the Flyers last season and added a goal and seven assists in 11 playoff games. He signed as a free agent with the Dallas Stars in the offseason and was traded to Boston on April 2. So it was no surprise after Boston's morning skate on Tuesday that Jagr drew a crowd of media.
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January 20, 2013 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
After a 113-day lockout, months of posturing and legal mumbo-jumbo, and fans being aggravated to the Nth degree, the abbreviated NHL season arrives Saturday. Here are some of the story lines: The Nash factor The New York Rangers have the best goalie on the planet, Henrik Lundqvist, and many feel they have added the missing piece that will bring them their first Stanley Cup since 1994: Rick Nash. If Nash, one of the game's best snipers, can get past the culture shock of going from Columbus to Broadway, he complements a deep lineup (Brad Richards, Ryan Callahan, Marian Gaborik et al)
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January 7, 2013 | BY ED BARKOWITZ, Daily News Staff Writer barkowe@phillynews.com
WHEN LAST we saw hockey, Simon Gagne nearly dropped the Stanley Cup and Justin Williams brought it to the Jersey shore. It made the interminable lockout even more painful for Flyers fans. After 4 months of posturing and pouting, itching and moaning, and just plain silliness, there will be hockey again. Here's a refresher on what transpired as well as some of the comings and goings since the Kings thumped the Devils to win their first title. Biggest trade The Columbus Blue Jackets sent perennial 30-goal scorer Rick Nash to the Rangers for three players and a first-round pick.
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September 10, 2012 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
It's difficult to tell which was more awkward: a rambling Clint Eastwood talking to an empty chair at the Republican National Convention or some of the proposals made by NHL owners in negotiations with the players' association. If you're a hockey fan, you probably have half-followed the rhetoric being spewed by the owners' and players' representatives in their crawl to get a new collective-bargaining agreement before the current one expires Saturday. Most fans have one thing in mind: Just tell us when the season starts.
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July 26, 2012 | By Frank Seravalli, Daily News Staff Writer
LAST WEDNESDAY, Paul Holmgren polished off his wooden bat and attempted to hit the Flyers' biggest home run since Eric Lindros. On Tuesday, Holmgren officially swung and missed — through no fault of his own. The Nashville Predators finally decided, after a few days of tense deliberation between their large ownership group, to swallow hard and match the 14-year, $110 million offer sheet for franchise cornerstone defenseman Shea Weber....
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July 20, 2012 | By Frank Seravalli and Daily News Staff Writer
WHEN SHEA WEBER and his traveling party surreptitiously arrived in Philadelphia nearly 2 weeks ago to first discuss the idea of signing an offer sheet with the Flyers, his agent told him to soak in the entire experience. "When you sign a 14-year deal, you need to look around and make sure," agent Jarrett Bousquet told the Daily News. "You need to make sure everything checks out, that it fits your lifestyle, that you want to live in a big city instead of a small town. Everything has to work.
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July 5, 2012 | By Sam Carchidi, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Flyers made huge offers, but in the end, those offers fell on deaf ears. Left winger Zach Parise and defenseman Ryan Suter, the prizes in this year's NHL free-agent pool, signed Wednesday with the Minnesota Wild, a team that hasn't made the playoffs in the last four seasons. Parise, a Minnesota native, and Suter each received 13-year deals for $98 million. That's an annual cap hit of $7.54 million each, which is the seventh highest in the NHL. The Flyers are believed to have offered each player a 12-year contract in the $100 million neighborhood.
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