When the Philadelphia Flyers announced on Thursday that Zac Rinaldo would be out for six weeks with a left high-ankle sprain, there was a mixed bag of emotions from the […]
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“He needs to play on the edge” Those are the words that Paul Holmgren used to describe Zac Rinaldo’s style of play earlier this year in October. But, that is […]
Zac Rinaldo is pretty happy about the Bruins/Penguins game because no one is really talking about this: [NESN] Dion Phaneuf decided to get in on the disciplinary hearing action. [Toronto […]
When the Philadelphia Flyers made the decision to cut ties with coach Peter Laviolette, there were many questions left unanswered, along with a hockey team struggling to find ways to […]
If Philadelphia Flyers fans have learned anything this season, it’s that their ownership believes they are a few pieces away from making a serious playoff run. The acquisitions of Vinny […]
It was at the 12:29 mark of the 3rd period during Saturday afternoons’ game at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia when Flyers PA announcer Lou Nolan informed the crowd of a […]
There are five entertaining NHL hockey teams that every fan must see on TV. They score a boatload of goals, they fight, and they are entertaining to watch every night. […]
Hockey is one of the most physical games on the planet, as a result you are bound to see physical contacts between players. Whether it is with a thunderous hip check or […]
Discipline is the biggest concern for the Pittsburgh Penguins. They are taking many ill-advised penalties, and they are taking the majority of these penalties in the offensive zone. Pens players […]
Philadelphia Flyers forward Zac Rinaldo has wasted little time making a name for himself in the National Hockey League – more so with his fists rather than his stick. Rinaldo […]
Typically the Philadelphia Flyers and New Jersey Devils play a turnpike tussle. When the Adirondack Phantoms and Albany Devils locked horns, it was a Northway knockout. In this battle of […]
The second week of October usually signals the beginning of the NHL season but instead, it’s the American Hockey League that has the spotlight. The NHL lockout has forced numerous players to find a new rink to skate in overseas while others have migrated down to the AHL.
While the Providence Bruins may not play stacked, lockout-saturated teams such as the Oklahoma City Barons or Toronto Marlies, there are plenty of key games where fans will get to witness NHL-talent on the AHL-level. Plus, it’s professional hockey, automatically giving the AHL an advantage over the NHL…for now. Here are some key P-Bruins home games for the 2012-13 season.