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Saturday, September 27, 2008 -- The Final NHL Game at the Spectrum



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Philadelphia Flyers fans are encouraged to arrive early to enjoy the free “Remember the Spectrum Block Party” before the Flyers take on the Carolina Hurricanes for the first of two final farewell Flyers games at the Wachovia Spectrum on Saturday, September 27. The block party will take place outside of the Wachovia Spectrum starting at 11 a.m. (puck drop is 1 p.m.).

Fans are reminded that the sold out Phillies vs. Nationals game will now start at 3:55 p.m. to accommodate a national telecast (originally scheduled for 7:05 p.m.). Temple football will also be in action starting at 2 p.m. at Lincoln Financial Field.

A limited amount of tickets to Saturday’s game are available via ComcastTIX. Fans can also obtain tickets to this game by purchasing a full or power play package during an open house at the Wachovia Center on Saturday, September 27 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The “Remember the Spectrum Block Party” will feature “The World’s Fastest Painter” Rock Demarco as he demonstrates his amazing skills live onsite for fans to enjoy. Demarco’s work will feature Flyers icons and will be available for sale at the game. The block party will also feature live entertainment, interactive games and more. Below is the schedule of events:

http://flyers.nhl.com/team/app/?serv...ticleid=383510
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11 FLYERS CAPTAINS TO BE AT SPECTRUM GAME


http://www.philly.com/inquirer/sport...trum_game.html

Eleven of the 15 former captains in Flyers history will return for ceremonies before the team's exhibition game against Carolina at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Wachovia Spectrum, the site of the Flyers' first Stanley Cup championship, in 1974.
Lou Angotti (1967-68), Ed Van Impe (1968-73), Bob Clarke (1973-79, 1982-84), Mel Bridgman (1979-81), Bill Barber (1981-82), Dave Poulin (1984-89), Ron Sutter (1989-91), Kevin Dineen (1993-94), Eric Desjardins (2000-01), Keith Primeau (2001-06) and Derian Hatcher (2006-07) are the former captains who are able to attend.

The Spectrum, which opened in 1967, will be demolished next year.

CAROLINA HURRICANES (0-2-0-0) vs. PHILADELPHIA FLYERS (2-1-0-0)


BROADCAST INFORMATION FOR THIS GAME:
  • Philadelphia TV -- CSN Philadelphia
  • Philadelphia Radio -- WIP 610
  • Additional TV -- NHL Network



FLYERS' PRESEASON SCHEDULE (all times Eastern Time Zone):
  • Monday, September 22, 2008 -- New Jersey 1 at Philadelphia 4
  • Wednesday, September 24, 2008 -- Philadelphia 1 at Ottawa 3
  • Thursday, September 25, 2008 -- NY Islanders 0 vs. Philadelphia 4 (at London, ON)
  • Saturday, September 27, 2008 -- Carolina at Philadelphia (Spectrum) 1:00 PM
  • Sunday, September 28, 2008 -- Philadelphia at Carolina 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday, October 1, 2008 -- Washington at Philadelphia 7:00 PM
  • Friday, October 3, 2008 -- Philadelphia at Washington 7:00 PM
  • Saturday, October 4, 2008 -- Philadelphia at New Jersey 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday, October 7, 2008 -- Phantoms at Philadelphia (Spectrum) 7:30 PM


FLYERS' TRAINING CAMP ROSTER:
Quote:
Link to training camp guide: http://flyers.nhl.com/ext/PDFs/08-09FlyCampGuide.pdf

FORWARDS:
  • NO. FORWARDS HEIGHT WEIGHT POSITION SHOOTS PLACE OF BIRTH DOB 2007-08 TEAM LEAGUE GP G A TP PIM
  • 45 ASHAM, Arron 5.11 210 RW Right Portage-La-Prairie, Manitoba 4/13/78 New Jersey NHL 77 6 4 10 84
  • 61 BEAULIEU, Josh 6.01 188 RW Left Windsor, Ontario 1/10/87 Philadelphia AHL 50 3 3 6 50
  • 53 BELLAMY, Rob 6.00 205 RW Right Providence, Rhode Island 5/30/85 U. of Maine H.E. 33 5 13 18 61
    Philadelphia AHL 1 0 0 0 0
  • 48 BRIERE, Danny 5.10 179 C Right Gatineau, Quebec 10/6/77 FLYERS NHL 79 31 41 72 68
  • 51 CABANA, Frederik 6.00 200 C Left Fleurimont, Quebec 5/16/86 Philadelphia AHL 48 9 7 16 75
  • 17 CARTER, Jeff 6.03 200 C Right London, Ontario 1/1/85 FLYERS NHL 82 29 24 53 55
  • 52 CLACKSON, Matt 6.00 205 LW Right Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 4/26/85 Western Michigan CCHA 35 3 3 6 87
    Philadelphia AHL 2 0 0 0 19
  • 32 COTE, Riley 6.02 216 LW Left Winnipeg, Manitoba 3/16/82 FLYERS NHL 70 1 3 4 202
  • 34 DOWD, Jim 6.00 185 C Right Brick, New Jersey 12/25/68 FLYERS NHL 73 5 5 10 41
  • 27 DOWNIE, Steve 5.11 200 RW Right Newmarket, Ontario 4/3/87 Philadelphia AHL 21 5 12 17 114
    FLYERS NHL 32 6 6 12 73
  • 12 GAGNE, Simon 6.00 195 LW Left Ste. Foy, Quebec 2/29/80 FLYERS NHL 25 7 11 18 4
  • 28 GIROUX, Claude 5.11 179 RW Right Hearst, Ontario 1/12/88 Gatineau QMJHL 55 38 68 106 37
    FLYERS NHL 2 0 0 0 0
  • 19 HARTNELL, Scott 6.02 210 LW Left Regina, Saskatchewan 4/18/82 FLYERS NHL 80 24 19 43 159
  • 74 HOFFMAN, Mike 5.11 170 LW Left Kitchener, Ontario 11/24/89 Gatineau QMJHL 19 5 7 12 16
    Drummondville QMJHL 43 19 17 36 77
  • 46 KALINSKI,Jon 6.01 180 C Left Bonnyville,Alberta 5/25/87 Minnesota State WCHA 39 8 10 18 56
    Philadelphia AHL 5 0 3 3 4
  • 14 KANE, Boyd 6.02 220 LW Left Swift Current, Saskatchewan 4/18/78 Philadelphia AHL 57 18 26 44 102
  • 75 KARLOV, Igor 6.00 190 RW Left Kiev, Ukraine 9/25/85 Sokol Kiev Russia 12 2 1 3 4
  • 64 KAYE, Mike 6.01 205 RW Right Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 3/14/87 Saskatoon WHL 5 0 1 1 14
    Oklahoma City CHL 57 13 23 36 63
  • 59 KLOTZ, Garrett 6.05 235 LW Left Regina, Saskatchewan 11/27/88 Saskatoon WHL 52 1 3 4 96
  • 22 KNUBLE, Mike 6.03 230 RW Right Toronto, Ontario 7/4/72 FLYERS NHL 82 29 26 55 72
  • 57 LALIBERTE, David 6.01 205 RW Right St. Liboire, Quebec 3/17/86 Philadelphia AHL 27 3 6 9 13
    Wheeling ECHL 27 10 14 24 16
  • 72 LUKACEVIC, Ned 6.00 200 RW Left Podgorica, Serbia 2/11/86 Reading ECHL 61 17 19 36 52
  • 15 LUPUL, Joffrey 6.01 205 RW Right Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta 9/23/83 FLYERS NHL 56 20 26 46 35
  • 62 MAROON, Patrick 6.04 225 LW Left St. Louis, Missouri 4/23/88 London OHL 64 35 55 90 57
    Philadelphia AHL 1 0 0 0 0
  • 68 MATSUMOTO, Jon 6.00 195 C Left Ottawa, Ontario 10/13/86 Philadelphia AHL 77 20 24 44 52
  • 13 METROPOLIT, Glen 5.10 193 C Right Toronto, Ontario 6/25/74 Boston NHL 82 11 22 33 36
  • 41 NODL, Andreas 6.01 196 RW Left Vienna, Austria 2/28/87 St. Cloud State WCHA 40 18 26 44 22
  • 54 PACKARD, Dennis 6.04 235 LW Left St. Catherines, Ontario 2/9/82 Worcester AHL 76 11 19 30 31
  • 50 PISELLINI, Gino 6.00 206 RW Right Melrose Park, Illinois 8/5/86 Wheeling ECHL 34 0 5 5 123
  • 36 POWE, Darroll 5.11 210 C Left Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 6/22/85 Philadelphia AHL 76 9 14 23 133
  • 60 RADUNS, Nate 6.03 205 C Right Sauk Rapids, Minnesota 5/17/84 Worcester AHL 56 12 15 27 42
  • 18 RICHARDS, Mike 5.11 195 C Left Kenora, Ontario 2/11/85 FLYERS NHL 73 28 47 75 76
  • 63 RINALDO, Zac 5.11 185 C Left Mississauga, Ontario 6/15/90 St. Michael’s OHL 63 7 7 14 191
  • 42 ROSS, Jared 5.09 170 C Left Huntsville, Alabama 9/18/82 Philadelphia AHL 67 23 39 62 56
  • 9 UPSHALL, Scottie 6.00 197 LW Left Fort McMurray, Alberta 10/7/83 FLYERS NHL 61 14 16 30 74
  • 69 WATSON, Chase 6.00 195 C Left Media, Pennsylvania 10/23/82 Augusta ECHL 71 14 16 30 46

DEFENSEMEN:
  • NO. DEFENSEMEN HEIGHT WEIGHT POSITION SHOOTS PLACE OF BIRTH DOB 2007-08 TEAM LEAGUE GP G A TP PIM
  • 58 BARTULIS, Oskars 6.02 196 D Left Ogre, Latvia 1/21/87 Philadelphia AHL 57 1 20 21 42
  • 24 BERARD, Bryan 6.02 220 D Left Woonsocket, Rhode Island 3/5/77 NY Islanders NHL 54 5 17 22 48
  • 66 BOURDON, Marc-Andre 6.00 206 D Left St. Hyacinthe, Quebec 9/17/89 Rouyn- Noranda QMJHL 69 12 47 59 114
  • 65 BRANHAM, Tim 6.02 195 D Left Eagle River, Wisconsin 5/10/81 Augusta ECHL 61 0 2 2 59
  • 20 BROWN, Brad 6.03 220 D Right Baie Verte, Newfoundland 12/27/75 Hartford AHL 10 0 1 1 5
    Florida ECHL 26 2 1 3 68
  • 5 COBURN, Braydon 6.05 220 D Left Calgary, Alberta 2/27/85 FLYERS NHL 78 9 27 36 74
  • 39 CURRY, Sean 6.05 227 D Right Burnsville, Minnesota 4/29/82 Providence AHL 72 13 25 38 139
  • 71 DeSANTIS, Jason 6.00 185 D Right Warren, Michigan 3/9/86 Ohio State CCHA 41 5 15 20 38
    Philadelphia AHL 10 0 5 5 6
  • 26 EMINGER, Steve 6.02 212 D Right Toronto, Ontario 10/31/83 Washington NHL 20 0 2 2 8
  • 29 GUENIN, Nate 6.02 210 D Right Sewickly, Pennsylvania 12/10/82 Philadelphia AHL 77 4 13 17 146
    FLYERS NHL 2 0 0 0 2
  • 2 HATCHER, Derian 6.05 235 D Left Sterling Heights, Michigan 6/4/72 FLYERS NHL 44 2 5 7 33
  • 67 HERSLEY, Patrik 6.03 205 D Right Malmo, Sweden 6/23/86 Manchester AHL 42 1 8 9 27
    Reading ECHL 20 3 15 18 18
  • 6 JONES, Randy 6.02 200 D Left Quispamsis, New Brunswick 7/23/81 FLYERS NHL 71 5 26 31 58
  • 3 KUKKONEN, Lasse 6.01 190 D Left Oulu, Finland 9/18/81 FLYERS NHL 53 1 4 5 38
  • 40 MARSHALL, Kevin 6.01 207 D Left Boucherville, Quebec 3/10/89 Lewiston QMJHL 66 11 24 35 143
  • 77 PARENT, Ryan 6.02 205 D Left Prince Albert, Saskatchewan 3/17/87 Philadelphia AHL 53 1 7 8 42
    FLYERS NHL 22 0 0 0 6
  • 38 RAMHOLT, Tim 6.01 195 D Left Zurich, Switzerland 11/2/84 Quad City AHL 77 4 20 24 73
    Calgary NHL 1 0 0 0 0
  • 55 RATCHUK, Mike 5.11 180 D Left Buffalo, New York 2/20/88 Michigan State CCHA 42 6 19 25 48
    Philadelphia AHL 3 1 2 3 2
  • 47 SBISA, Luca 6.02 190 D Left Ozieri, Italy 1/30/90 Lethbridge WHL 62 6 27 33 63
  • 25 SYVRET, Danny 5.11 203 D Left Millgrove, Ontario 6/13/85 Springfield AHL 36 1 7 8 14
    Hershey AHL 27 1 11 12 29
  • 44 TIMONEN, Kimmo 5.10 194 D Left Kuopio, Finland 3/18/75 FLYERS NHL 80 8 36 44 50
  • 23 VAANANEN, Ossi 6.04 212 D Left Vantaa, Finland 8/18/80 Djurgarden Sweden 45 7 8 15 102
  • 73 ZARB, Chris 6.04 210 D Right Waterford, Michigan 1/11/85 Ferris State NCAA 21 1 4 5 20

GOALTENDERS:
  • NO.GOALTENDERS HEIGHT WEIGHT POSITION CATCHES PLACE OF BIRTH DOB 2007-08 TEAM LEAGUE GP W L OT GAA
  • 43 BIRON, Martin 6.03 175 G Left Lac St. Charles, Quebec 8/15/77 FLYERS NHL 62 30 20 9 2.59
  • 70 DeSERRES, Jacob 6.02 195 G Left East York, Ontario 3/18/90 Seattle WHL 34 20 11 1 2.28
  • 35 DUCHESNE, Jeremy 6.00 217 G Left Silver Spring, Maryland 10/17/86 Dayton ECHL 31 13 13 5 2.97
    Philadelphia AHL 2 1 0 0 4.50
  • 49 MUNROE, Scott 6.02 212 G Left Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan 1/20/82 Philadelphia AHL 36 18 8 2 2.29
  • 30 NIITTYMAKI, Antero 6.01 186 G Left Turku, Finland 6/18/80 FLYERS NHL 28 12 9 9 2.91
  • 33 OUELLET, Maxime 6.02 195 G Left Beauport, Quebec 6/17/81 Trenton ECHL 5 3 2 0 3.21
  • 79 TESLAK, Michael 6.02 190 G Left Fernie, British Columbia 12/2/85 Michigan Tech WCHA 25 8 11 4 2.20
    Philadelphia AHL 5 2 2 0 2.54

ROSTER CUTS:

September 23, 2008:
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http://www.philly.com/dailynews/spor...mpression.html

And the first cuts happened yesterday. The Flyers sent a bunch of guys to the Phantoms, their AHL affiliate, and took 32 players on the road to Ottawa yesterday afternoon. Of the young players who made enough of an impression to get another NHL look, few have a realistic chance of cracking the Flyers' deep roster, but all have made an impression, including forwards Jon Kalinski, Andreas Nodl, Matthew Clackson and defenseman Luca Sbisa.

"We're down to 32, with three goalies," coach John Stevens said yesterday. "That's how many we're going to take on the road for these next couple of games [tonight in Ottawa, tomorrow in London, Ontario, against the Islanders]. "It's a good opportunity to get another look at some of these young players and get some of the veteran guys in that haven't played yet and still continue to cover things as a group.
September 24, 2008:
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http://flyers.nhl.com/team/app/?serv...LPage&id=18891
The Flyers announced that they have returned forward Zac Rinaldo, defenseman Marc-Andre Bourdon and goaltender Jacob DeSerres to their respective Canadian Hockey League teams, according to club General Manager Paul Holmgren.

Rinaldo, the Flyers’ sixth round pick in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft, was returned to the Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors of the Ontario Hockey League. Bourdon, a Flyers’ third round pick in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft, was returned to the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. DeSerres, a Flyers’ third round pick in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft, was returned to the Seattle Thunderbirds of the Western Hockey League.
September 26, 2008:
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http://flyers.nhl.com/team/app/?serv...LPage&id=18891

The Philadelphia Flyers announced today that they have returned defenseman Kevin Marshall to the Quebec Remparts of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, according to club General Manager Paul Holmgren. Marshall, 19, did not appear in any of the Flyers’ first three preseason games this season. He was drafted by the Flyers in the second round (41st overall) of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft.
FLYERS' VETERAN ROSTER INFORMATION (from NHL.com)
  • Forwards
    # Player Height Weight DOB Age Birthplace
  • 45 Arron Asham 5' 11" 205 Apr 13, 1978 30 Portage La Prairie, MB, CAN
  • 48 Danny Briere 5' 10" 179 Oct 6, 1977 30 Gatineau, QC, CAN
  • 17 Jeff Carter 6' 3" 200 Jan 1, 1985 23 London, ON, CAN
  • 32 Riley Cote 6' 1" 210 Mar 16, 1982 26 Winnipeg, MB, CAN
  • 27 Steve Downie 5' 11" 200 Apr 3, 1987 21 Newmarket, ON, CAN
  • 12 Simon Gagne "A" ** 6' 0" 195 Feb 29, 1980 28 Ste. Foy, QC, CAN
  • 19 Scott Hartnell 6' 2" 210 Apr 18, 1982 26 Regina, SK, CAN
  • 22 Mike Knuble 6' 3" 230 Jul 4, 1972 36 Toronto, ON, CAN
  • 15 Joffrey Lupul 6' 1" 205 Sep 23, 1983 25 Fort Saskatchewan, AB, CAN
  • 13 Glen Metropolit 5' 10" 193 Jun 25, 1974 34 Toronto, ON, CAN
  • 18 Mike Richards "C" 5' 11" 195 Feb 11, 1985 23 Kenora, ON, CAN
  • 9 Scottie Upshall 6' 0" 197 Oct 7, 1983 24 Fort Mcmurray, AB, CAN

    Defensemen
    # Player Height Weight DOB Age Birthplace
  • 5 Braydon Coburn 6' 5" 220 Feb 27, 1985 23 Calgary, AB, CAN
  • 26 Steve Eminger 6' 2" 212 Oct 31, 1983 24 Woodbridge, ON, CAN
  • 2 Derian Hatcher 6' 5" 235 Jun 4, 1972 36 Sterling Heights, MI, USA
  • 6 Randy Jones 6' 2" 200 Jul 23, 1981 27 Quispamsis, NB, CAN
  • 3 Lasse Kukkonen 6' 1" 190 Sep 18, 1981 27 Oulu, FIN
  • 77 Ryan Parent 6' 2" 205 Mar 17, 1987 21 Prince Albert, SK, CAN
  • 44 Kimmo Timonen "A" 5' 10" 194 Mar 18, 1975 33 Kuopio, FIN
  • 23 Ossi Vaananen 6' 4" 215 Aug 18, 1980 28 Vantaa, FIN

    Goalies
    # Player Height Weight DOB Age Birthplace
  • 35 Jean-Sebastien Aubin 5' 11" 180 Jul 19, 1977 31 Montreal, QC, CAN
  • 43 Martin Biron 6' 3" 163 Aug 15, 1977 31 Lac St. Charles, QC, CAN
  • 30 Antero Niittymaki 6' 1" 215 Jun 18, 1980 28 Turku, FIN

FLYERS' INJURIES:
  • 2 Derian Hatcher (right knee damage) is on the long-term injury list.
  • 30 Antero Niittymaki (left hip surgery) is out four-to-six weeks from mid-September.

Simon Gagne:
Quote:
http://ottsun.canoe.ca/Sports/Hockey...86581-sun.html

Now it's Gagne's turn.

Having suffered concussions on three separate occasions last season, the Flyers sniper hopes to make his exhibition debut tomorrow when the Flyers host the Carolina Hurricanes.

Gagne admits he will have butterflies. Once the puck drops, those likely will go away. Then it will be time for him to go out and test himself, preferably courtesy of a big hit.

That's right. A big hit. Like the one administered by the Florida Panthers' Jay Bouwmeester last Oct. 24 that left Gagne with his bell rung, a condition that would recur two more times over the course of the season.

"I'm confident everything will be okay," Gagne said. "But until I get hit, well ..."

FLYERS' MOST RECENT GAME:
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http://islanders.nhl.com/team/app/?s...type=1&gnum=35

The Islanders fell in their second exhibition game of the season, 4-0 to the Philadelphia Flyers Thursday night at the John Labatt Centre in London, Ontario. The Islanders dressed a young team versus a Flyers team that featured many of their top stars, including Mike Richards, Joffrey Lupul, Mike Knuble and Jeff Carter. The Islanders fell to 1-1 in the exhibition season.

Martin Biron and Jean-Sebastien Aubin combined for the shutout, stopping 24 Islanders shots. Islanders netminder Yann Danis made 22 saves.




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HURRICANES' VETERAN ROSTER: (from NHL.com)
Forwards
  • # Player Height Weight DOB Age Birthplace
  • 18 Ryan Bayda 5' 11" 185 Dec 9, 1980 27 Saskatoon, SK, CAN
  • 17 Rod Brind'Amour "C" ** 6' 1" 205 Aug 9, 1970 38 Ottawa, ON, CAN
  • 28 Wade Brookbank 6' 4" 225 Sep 29, 1977 30 Lanigan, SK, CAN
  • 8 Matt Cullen 6' 1" 200 Nov 2, 1976 31 Virginia, MN, USA
  • 44 Patrick Eaves ** 5' 11" 190 May 1, 1984 24 Calgary, AB, CAN
  • 59 Chad LaRose 5' 10" 181 Mar 27, 1982 26 Fraser, MI, USA
  • 15 Tuomo Ruutu 6' 0" 200 Feb 16, 1983 25 Vantaa, FIN
  • 14 Sergei Samsonov 5' 8" 188 Oct 27, 1978 29 Moscow, RUS
  • 12 Eric Staal "A" 6' 4" 205 Oct 29, 1984 23 Thunder Bay, ON, CAN
  • 16 Brandon Sutter 6' 3" 183 Feb 14, 1989 19 Huntington, NY, USA
  • 24 Scott Walker 5' 10" 196 Jul 19, 1973 35 Cambridge, ON, CAN
  • 13 Ray Whitney "A" 5' 10" 180 May 8, 1972 36 Fort Saskatchewan, AB, CAN
  • 11 Justin Williams 6' 1" 195 Oct 4, 1981 26 Cobourg, ON, CAN

Defensemen
  • # Player Height Weight DOB Age Birthplace
  • 33 Anton Babchuk 6' 5" 212 May 6, 1984 24 Kiev, UKR
  • 77 Joe Corvo 6' 0" 204 Jun 20, 1977 31 Oak Park, IL, USA
  • 6 Tim Gleason 6' 0" 217 Jan 29, 1983 25 Clawson, MI, USA
  • 5 Frantisek Kaberle 6' 0" 190 Nov 8, 1973 34 Kladno, CZE
  • 22 Josef Melichar 6' 2" 220 Jan 20, 1979 29 Ceske-Budjovice, CZE
  • 25 Joni Pitkanen 6' 3" 200 Sep 19, 1983 25 Oulu, FIN
  • 4 Dennis Seidenberg 6' 1" 210 Jul 18, 1981 27 Schwenningen, DEU
  • 45 David Tanabe 6' 1" 212 Jul 19, 1980 28 White Bear Lake, MN, USA
  • 7 Niclas Wallin 6' 3" 220 Feb 20, 1975 33 Boden, SWE

Goalies
  • # Player Height Weight DOB Age Birthplace
  • 49 Michael Leighton 6' 3" 186 May 19, 1981 27 Petrolia, ON, CAN
  • 30 Cam Ward 6' 1" 200 Feb 29, 1984 24 Saskatoon, SK, CAN

HURRICANES' IN THE SYSTEM:
Forwards
  • # Player Height Weight DOB Age Birthplace
  • 52 Mike Angelidis 6' 1" 210 Jun 27, 1985 23 Woodbridge, ON, CAN
  • 72 Nicolas Blanchard 6' 1" 190 May 31, 1987 21 Granby, QC, CAN
  • 57 Drayson Bowman 6' 0" 181 Mar 8, 1989 19 Grand Rapids, MI, USA
  • 23 Zach Boychuk 5' 10" 180 Oct 4, 1989 18 Airdrie, AB, CAN
  • 54 Stefan Chaput 6' 0" 190 Mar 11, 1988 20 Montreal, QC, CAN
  • 37 Zac Dalpe 6' 1" 180 Nov 1, 1989 18 Paris, ON, CAN
  • 65 Nick Dodge 5' 10" 175 May 1, 1986 22 Oakville, ON, CAN
  • 39 Patrick Dwyer 5' 11" 175 Jun 22, 1983 25 Spokane, WA, USA
  • Jonas Fiedler 6' 2" 177 May 29, 1984 24 Jihlava, CZE
  • 32 Trevor Gillies 6' 3" 215 Jan 30, 1979 29 Cambridge, ON, CAN
  • 63 Dwight Helminen 5' 10" 191 Jun 22, 1983 25 Hancock, MI, USA
  • 42 Bobby Hughes 5' 10" 180 Nov 11, 1987 20 Richmond Hill, ON, CAN
  • 34 Joe Jensen 5' 11" 180 Feb 6, 1983 25 Plymouth, MN, USA
  • 64 Justin McCrae 6' 1" 185 Oct 30, 1988 19 Calgary, AB, CAN
  • 61 Samuel Morneau 5' 11" 190 Feb 10, 1990 18 Cowansville, QC, CAN
  • 21 Matt Murley 6' 2" 206 Dec 17, 1979 28 Troy, NY, USA
  • 56 Jakub Petruzalek 5' 10" 176 Apr 24, 1985 23 Litvinov, CZE
  • 41 Harrison Reed 6' 1" 185 Jan 18, 1988 20 Newmarket, ON, CAN
  • 67 Jerome Samson 5' 11" 175 Sep 4, 1987 21 Greenfield Park, QC, CAN
  • 58 Chris Terry 5' 10" 195 Apr 7, 1989 19 Brampton, ON, CAN

Defensemen
  • # Player Height Weight DOB Age Birthplace
  • 43 Noah Babin 6' 0" 200 Mar 11, 1984 24 Palm Beach Gardens, FL, USA
  • 73 Brett Bellemore 6' 4" 205 Jun 25, 1988 20 Windsor, ON, CAN
  • 53 Casey Borer 6' 2" 205 Jul 28, 1985 23 Minneapolis, MN, USA
  • 27 Brett Carson 6' 4" 220 Nov 29, 1985 22 Regina, SK, CAN
  • 38 Tim Conboy 6' 2" 210 Mar 22, 1982 26 Farmington, MN, USA
  • 46 Mark Flood 6' 1" 190 Sep 29, 1984 23 Charlottetown, PE, CAN
  • 31 Nathan Hagemo 5' 11" 192 Oct 8, 1986 21 Minneapolis, MN, USA
  • 47 Michal Jordan 6' 1" 184 Jul 17, 1990 18 Zlin, CZE
  • Justin Krueger 6' 2" 205 Oct 6, 1986 21 Dusseldorf, DEU
  • 55 Timothy Kunes 6' 1" 170 Feb 12, 1987 21 Red Bank, NJ, USA
  • Kyle Lawson 5' 11" 192 Jan 11, 1987 21 Southfield, MI, USA
  • 62 Jamie McBain 6' 2" 200 Feb 25, 1988 20 Edina, MN, USA
  • 29 Bryan Rodney 6' 0" 200 Apr 22, 1984 24 London, ON, CAN
  • Martin Vagner 6' 1" 214 Mar 16, 1984 24 Jaromer, CZE

Goalies
  • # Player Height Weight DOB Age Birthplace
  • Magnus Akerlund 6' 1" 183 Apr 25, 1986 22 Osby, SWE
  • 50 Daniel Manzato 6' 0" 178 Jan 17, 1984 24 Fribourg, CHE
  • 70 Mike Murphy 5' 11" 161 Jan 15, 1989 19 Kingston, ON, CAN
  • 60 Justin Peters 6' 1" 213 Aug 30, 1986 22 Blyth, ON, CAN

HURRICANES' ROSTER MOVES -- September 26, 2008
Quote:
http://www.oursportscentral.com/serv...es/?id=3721912

RALEIGH, NC - Jim Rutherford, President and General Manager of the National Hockey League's Carolina Hurricanes, announced today that the team has assigned eleven players from their training camp roster to the Albany River Rats.

Forwards Mike Angelidis, Nicolas Blanchard, Stefan Chaput, Nick Dodge, Patrick Dwyer, Bobby Hughes, Harrison Reed and Ryan Weston; defensemen Ryan McGinnis and Benn Olson; and goaltender David Leggio will join the Hurricanes' top minor-league affiliate as the River Rats open their training camp next week.


The River Rats will have the first on-ice session of their 2008 AHL Training Camp on Tuesday, October 30th with a 10:30 am practice at the Times Union Center; it will be the first official practice under new Head Coach/General Manager Jeff Daniels. Albany will open up their preseason schedule with a home exhibition game against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers on Wednesday, October 1st at 7:00 pm. Albany plans to announce their initial training camp roster next Monday, September 29th.

HURRICANES' LAST GAME:
Quote:
http://hurricanes.nhl.com/team/app?g...9&service=page

WASHINGTON (AP) -Alex Ovechkin got two goals and an assist, and Michael Nylander added two goals to help the Washington Capitals rally for a 5-2 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes in a preseason game Thursday night. This was the second straight night the two Southeast Division rivals met. The Capitals scored a 4-1 victory over the Hurricanes Wednesday in Raleigh.

Nylander is returning after missing much of last year with a shoulder injury. He scored Washington's first goal after the Capitals fell behind 2-0 and put the Capitals in front for good on a back-hander 2:20 into the third period. "The other team worked really hard," Washington coach Bruce Boudreau said. "We stayed the course and eventually played a little better as the game went on." Chris Bourque added an insurance goal at 6:08 of the third period to give Washington a 4-2 lead. Ovechkin scored on a second-period penalty shot and got the game's final goal in the third period. The Capitals scored three third-period goals.

FLYERS-HURRICANES' SERIES HISTORY:
Current and Miscellaneous:
  • The Flyers own an all-time record of W 58 -- L 24 -- T 14 -- OTL 3 in 99 regular season games. In the last 20 games, the Flyers have lost just two in regulation, 11 wins, 2 losses, 4 ties and 3 OTLs.
  • The Flyers own an all-time record of W 32 -- L 10 -- T 5 -- OTL 2 in 49 home games.
  • The Flyers own an all-time record of W 26 -- L 14 -- T 9 -- OTL 1 in 50 away games.
  • The Flyers have an overall record of W 23 -- L 7 -- T 7 -- OTL -- 3 with records of 12-3-3-2 at home and 11-4-4-1 away against the Carolina Hurricanes since they relocated from Hartford.
  • The Flyers went 35-17-7 against the Hartford Whalers (20-7-2 at home and 15-10-5 away).


1970s:
  • September 28, 1974 -- In just the second meeting between a WHA team and an NHL team, the Flyers won 4-2 in an exhibition match. Dave Schultz scored twice and both goals were assisted by Don Saleski and Orest Kindrachuk. In the prior game, the Houston Aeros defeated the St. Louis Blues.
  • November 27, 1979 -- In the first NHL meeting, the Flyers beat the Whalers 6-2 in Philadelphia. Mike Busniuk scored 41 seconds into the game which set the tone. The Flyers scored three times in the final period to extend what was a 3-2 lead as Brian Propp, Reggie Leach and Bobby Clarke each contributed two points in the third. Phil Myre opposed Al Smith in goal.
  • December 23, 1979 -- Brian Propp scored twice and the Flyers outshot Hartford 40-16 in a 4-2 home win. The final goal of the game was scored by the Whalers' Steve Alley who had just three goals in his NHL career.
  • December 26, 1979 --The teams played to a 4-4 draw in Springfield, Massachusetts as the Hartford Civic Center was being renovated. Brian Propp (Flyers) and Mark Howe (Whalers) both scored two goals. Brian Hill scored the tying goal, the only tally of his NHL career.


1980s:
  • March 21, 1980 -- In a seesaw game, the teams played to a 5-5 tie in the first meeting in Connecticut. The Whalers blew four different one-goal leads. Brian Propp had two goals and Ken Linseman and Paul Holmgren each had three points as did Hartford's Mark Howe and Blaine Stoughton. Rick MacLeish had the game-tying goal with four minutes to play.
  • October 26, 1980 -- Bill Barber had four points (1-3-4) and Rick St. Croix stopped 24 shots in a 6-1 home victory.
  • November 8, 1980 -- Reggie Leach snapped a third period tie and the Flyers skated to a 5-4 win in Hartford. Leach had nine shots in the game.
  • November 21, 1980 -- Norm Barnes and Jack McIlhargey were sent to Hartford for a pick.
  • February 8, 1981 -- Paul Holmgren scored with just under five minutes to play in a 6-6 tie at Philly. After a first period tie, Hartford took a 4-3 lead after two periods. Reggie Leach had two third period goals which completed a hat trick. For Hartford, Warren Miller had two second period goals and completed a hat trick in the third period while Dave Debol added two second period goals.
  • March 29, 1981 -- Reid Bailey had three points and Paul Holmgren scored twice in Philly's 4-1 road win.
  • July 21, 1981 -- In a blockbuster trade, the Flyers acquired Fred Arthur, Ray Allison, a 1st round pick used to select Ron Sutter and a 3rd round pick used to select Miroslav Dvorak. The Whalers received Rick MacLeish, Blake Wesley, Don Gillen, a 1982 1st rounder (Paul Lawless), a 1982 2nd rounder (Mark Paterson) and a 1982 3rd rounder (Kevin Dineen).
  • November 12, 1981 -- Paul Holmgren scored consecutive PPGs in the second period in Philly's 5-3 home win as the Flyers outshot the Whlaers 37-17.
  • March 20, 1982 -- Bill Barber scored the go-ahead goal on a PK with 5:47 to play and the Flyers added two late third period goals (36 seconds apart) en route to a 5-2 comeback win in Hartford. Barber's goal was his 40th of that season. The Whalers led 2-0 after one period on two PPGs assisted by Mark Howe but the Flyers rallied with second period goals by All Hill (1-2-3) and Ron Flockhart. Pelle Lindbergh made 38 saves and went 30-for-30 over the last two periods. It was Lindbergh's first NHL win in his sixth appearance after a start of 0-3-2.
  • March 21, 1982 -- Bill Barber scored the go-ahead goal with 2:25 to play then added an ENG in the Flyers' 5-3 victory in the Spectrum and sweep of the home-and-home series. The Flyers outshot the Whalers 51-44, including 10 shots from Brian Propp. Greg Millen made 46 saves while Pelle Lindbergh made 41 in picking up his second NHL career win and on consecutive dates.
  • August 20, 1982 -- In a significant transaction, the Flyers acquired Mark Howe and a pick used to select Derrick Smith in return for Greg Adams, Ken Linseman and two picks (used to select David Jensen and Leif Karlsson).
  • December 11, 1982 -- In the 12th meeting, the Whalers beat the Flyers for the first time (Flyers were 8-0-3) 7-4 in Hartford. Blaine Stoughton (3-1-4) had a hat trick and his third goal with 4:07 remaining was the go-ahead tally. The Flyers led 4-3 when Darryl Sittler scored with 7:50 to play in the third period.
  • January 8, 1983 -- Bill Barber returned to the lineup after missing the prior 14 games due to a torn MCL and contributed five points in Philly's 8-4 win in the Spectrum. The line of Barber (2-3-5), Ilkka Sinisalo (2-3-5) and Darryl Sittler (3-1-4) combined for 14 of the team's 19 individual points. Sittler had three points in the second period when Philly out-scored the Whalers 3-0.
  • January 9, 1983 -- Philly had 53 shots and won 8-4 in the Spectrum. Brian Propp had the imposing total of 13 shots and scored twice (2-1-3). Paul Holmgren had four points. With the score tied 2-2, the Flyers netted two SHGs within 32 seconds. Philly out-scored Hartford 4-3 in the second period. Mike Veisor made 45 saves in the loss.
  • October 14, 1983 -- The Flyers got a third round draft pick used to select John Stevens as compensation for the unexpected retirement of Fred Arthur (acquired July 1981).
  • November 6, 1983 -- Dave Poulin nsapped a 2-2 tie and Tim Kerr had three points in Philly's 4-2 home win.
  • December 4, 1983 -- The Whalers won in Philadelphia for the first time, 6-5 in the ninth meeting (Flyers owned a 7-0-1 mark) but it didn't come easy as the Flyers came back from third period deficits of 4-2 and 5-4. Ray Neufeld's GWG at 12:52 decided the game. Bob Froese gave up six goals on just 19 shots. Ed Staniowski made 32 saves.
  • February 25, 1984 -- The Whalers recorded a 9-7 win in the Hartford Civic Center as Greg Millen finally beat the Flyers after a start of 0-11-1 (he finished 3-18-2 in the regular season). Hartford led 3-0 11:26 into the game but the Flyers tied the game 4-4 when Dave Brown (first NHL goal) and Glen Cochrane, who both later had fighting majors, scored goals 61 seconds apart. The Whalers took a 5-4 lead with 19 seconds left in the first period. The teams combined for 41 shots (24-17 Whalers' advantage) in the opening period and Philly outshot Hartford 41-37 in the game. Five times a goal was scored less than 30 seconds from a previous goal, including three times in the first period. Hartford led 8-6 after two periods. Tim Kerr's 40th goal brought the Flyers to within 8-7 in the final minute. Mark Howe, Len Hachborn, Ron Sutter and Kerr each had three-point efforts for Philly while Hartford had three players with three-point outings, including Risto Siltanen and Tony Currie with two goals. The Whalers had four PPGs. Pelle Lindbergh and Millen each played the entire game. Randy Pierce of Hartford lost a fight with Daryl Stanley and received a nine-stitch gash over his left eye.
  • November 15, 1984 -- Bobby Clarke Night ceremonies were highlighted by a four-minute standing ovation for the legendary player who told the fans "I’d love to do it all over again.” After the emotional display, the Flyers skated to a 3-0 first period lead and won 6-1. Pelle Lindbergh made 26 saves. Tim Kerr (2 goals) and Murray Craven each had three points.
  • November 24, 1984 -- Mark Howe and Derrick Smith scored third period goals and the Flyers rallied for a 4-4 tie. Rick Tocchet scored twice for the Flyers. Mark Johnson (2-1-3) gave the Whalers a 4-2 lead in the third period. Ray Neufeld also had three points. The game went to OT where Torrie Robertson and Dave Lumley of the Whalers fought Tocchet and Tim Kerr.
  • February 26, 1985 -- Derrick Smith and Dave Poulin scored SHGs to give Philly a 2-0 lead and the Flyers held off a late Hartford rally with a 3-2 win in the CC.
  • October 24, 1985 -- Pelle Lindbergh stopped 24 shots in a 3-0 victory. Mark Howe's SHG in the third period gave Philly a 2-0 lead. There were plenty of fisticuffs in the game including a Dave Brown-Torrie Robertson battle.
  • November 16, 1985 -- The Flyers broke their team record for consecutive wins with their 12th straight victory. Rick Tocchet scored twice in the 5-2 win in Hartford in front of 15,142 on a Saturday night. Pelle Eklund scored on a 5-on-3 advantage, which gave Philly a 3-1 lead. It was the Flyers first road game since the death of Pelle Lindbergh. Darren Jensen played in goal, as Bob Froese (groin) was injured, and he made 16 saves on 17 shots in the middle period and was 31-for-33 that night.
  • November 21, 1985 -- Bob Froese stopped 24 shots in a 3-0 victory. Derrick Smith gave Philly an early 1-0 lead and Tim Kerr added a PPG in the third period.
  • October 18, 1986 -- The teams split six first period goals but Peter Zezel tallied twice in the second period and the Flyers went on to a 6-3 win in Hartford. Ron Hextall was 23-for-23 over the last two periods.
  • December 4, 1986 -- John Anderson scored in the third period and Hartford won 2-1 in the Spectrum. The Flyers were 17-3-4 all-time against the Whalers including 10-1-1 at home prior to this game.
  • March 7, 1987 -- Sylvain Turgeon had eight shots and key consecutive goals in the Whalers' 5-3 home win.
  • October 31, 1987 -- The Whalers scored six straight goals, including one by Dave Tippett on a penalty shot, in their 7-4 win. Philly led 3-1 in the second period.
  • December 3, 1987 -- Philly won 5-2 at home as Murray Craven and Ilkka Sinisalo had three points apiece and Peter Zezel scored twice.
  • January 22, 1988 -- Lindsay Carson sent to the Whalers for Paul Lawless.
  • February 15, 1988 -- Dave Brown's tip-in off a Derrick Smith shot 3:35 into OT gave the Flyers a a 5-4 victory. The feisty affair saw 36 penalties, 100 PIMs, five PPGs and 19 PP chances (Hartford was 3-8, Philly was 2-11). In the second period, Rick Tocchet pummeled Ulf Samuelsson in a fight.
  • October 22, 1988 -- Hartford beat Philadelphia 8-6 as Carey Wilson had three points (2-1-3) and the key goal to make it 6-5 with 49 seconds left in the middle period. The teams split eight second period goals. Mike Liut collected a rare win against the Flyers, he entered the game 2-12-4. Mark Laforest played goal for the Flyers, his first start of the season.
  • December 23, 1988 -- Mike Bullard scored the tie-breaker with 47 seconds left in a 5-4 Flyers' win. Philly led 4-2 in the third period after a 2-2 game after two periods. Ron Sutter had three points, all in the third period. Tim Kerr also had three points in the contest.
  • March 12, 1989 -- Hartford outshot the Flyers 40-19 but Mark Laforest made 37 saves in a 3-3 tie. Rick Tocchet's second goal, with 3:18 to play, evened the game.
  • November 25, 1989 -- Scott Young had three second period points in Hartford's 5-2 home win. The game had many fights including one in which Tony Horacek was tossed as third man in. Rick Tocchet-Randy Ladoceur fought as the Hartford organist played "Tea for Two" a song from the 1920s musical "No, No Nanette."
  • December 14, 1989 -- After a 3-2 home loss, Flyers' head coach Paul Holmgren removed Dave Poulin's captaincy and the A from Mark Howe's jersey and replaced them with Ron Sutter and Terry Carkner. Years later, Holmgren admitted he overreacted. The Flyers led 2-1 in third third period.


1990s:
  • February 1, 1990 -- The Flyers scored twice in the second period and won 2-1 at home.
  • December 22, 1990 -- Rob Brown scored the lone goal in the third period and Darryl Reaugh had his only career shutout in a 1-0 Hartford win.
  • January 26, 1991 -- Pat Verbeek (2-1-3) scored two second period goals and Peter Sidorkiewicz made 34 saves in a 5-3 Hartford home win. The Whalers had three PPGs.
  • November 13, 1991 -- Kevin Dineen traded to the Flyers for Murray Craven and a pick.
  • February 2, 1991 -- Bobby Holik and Ron Francis scored PPGs in the first 1:33 of the second period and the Whalers won 2-0 in Philly. Peter Sidorkiewicz made 20 saves.
  • November 27, 1991 -- Pat Verbeek and Andrew Cassals scored twice in the Whalers' 7-3 win in the Spectrum. Ron Hextall suffered a shoulder injury and was out of the lineup until December 21, 1991.
  • April 11, 1992 -- Yvon Corriveau scored twice in Hartford's 4-2 home win.
  • April 14, 1992 -- Andrew Cassals scored in OT and Hartford won 4-3 in Philly. Murray Craven scored in the third period for hartford and knotted the game 3-3.
  • January 24, 1993 -- Ric Nattress scored in OT and Philly beat Paul Holmgren's Whalers 5-4 in the Spectrum. The win ended the Flyers 6-game losing skid in this series. Hartford led 5-3 in the third period but the Flyers scored consecutive third period PPGs; Garry Galley (three assists in the game) and Mark Recchi assisted on both. Prior to the game, there was an announcement that former Flyer Tim Kerr had announced his retirement form the Whalers/NHL and he received a standing ovation in absentia.
  • February 24, 1993 -- Eric Lindros and Kevin Dineen scored twice in Philly's 5-3 win in Hartford. Philly outshot Hartford 41-27. The game saw a few fights that began with a cheap shot from Nick Kypreos on Garry Galley. The goalies also fought with Sean Burke of the Whalers thumping Dominic Roussel.
  • April 16, 1993 -- Dimitri Yushkevich scored 1:15 into OT and the Flyers closed the 1992-93 campaign with their eighth straight win, 5-4 in Hartford. Mark Recchi joined Bobby Clarke as the only Flyers to hit the 70 assist mark. The Whalers led 4-2 on an early third period goal but Philly tied the score at the 3:38 mark. Philly had all four OT shots. Andre Faust, who tied the game, got the only assist on the GWG.
  • October 9, 1993 -- Josef Beranek and Kevin Dineen each scored twice in Philly's 5-2 home win. The oddity of this game was that all seven goals were scored in the first period. Hartford failed on all seven PP chances.
  • November 18, 1993 -- Josef Beranek scored the GWG followed by two Mark Recchi PPGs in Philly's 6-3 home win. There were multiple fights throughout this game including Dave Brown making quick work of Bryan Marchment. Philly went 3-for-9 on the PP.
  • March 19, 1994 -- Joecelyn Lemieux scored with 47 seconds left and Brian Propp added an ENG in Hartford's 5-3 road win. Both goals were the second of the game for each player. Eric Lindros scored his 40th goal.
  • April 2, 1994 -- Rob DiMaio scored with 1:13 remaining in the third period to snap a 5-5 tie and the Flyers, who led 5-1 after the first period, registered a 6-5 win in Hartford. Eric Lindros had (2-2-4) four points in the game, all in the first period. The Flyers led 2-0 at the 1:37 mark, scoring 15 seconds apart. Hartford had just 18 shots but scored on two of four shots in the middle period.
  • January 26, 1995 -- Mark Recchi scored with 2:32 to play after Garry galley evened the game with 4:29 left and the Flyers rallied for a 3-2 home win.
  • March 22, 1995 -- Adam Burt scored with 2:30 to play to lead the Whalers to what would be their final victory over the Flyers, 4-3. Hartford also ended Philadelphia's 8-game win streak.
  • April 28, 1995 -- Karl Dykhuis scored with 3:11 to play in Philly's 4-3 home win. Rod Brind'Amour (2-1-3) gave Philly a 3-1 first period lead but Jocelyn Lemieux scored two goals to tie the game.
  • November 5, 1995 -- Mikael Renberg scored twice and Craig MacTavish's goal with two seconds left in the first period was the backbreaker in Philly's 6-1 home win. John LeClair had three points.
  • November 18, 1995 -- Karl Dykhuis scored twice in Philly's 4-2 road win. Rod Brind'Amour added three points.
  • December 23, 1995 -- Philly scored three times in the last period of a 3-3 tie. Hartford led 2-0 after two periods. Each team had 35 shots and went 1-for-7 on the PP.
  • March 25, 1996 -- Ron Hextall made 21 saves and the Flyers scored three third period goals in a 3-0 victory. The shutout was the second straight by Hextall, the first time a Flyer accomplished that feat since Bernie Parent in 1973. John LeClair (2-1-3, eight shots) and Eric Lindros (1-1-2) combined for five of the seven individual points given in the game. Lindros picked up his 100th point of the season, the fifth Flyer to do so.
  • December 12, 1996 -- The Flyers outshot the Whalers 30-19 including 20-5 in the middle period en route to a 3-2 home win.
  • December 14, 1996 -- Garth Snow stopped all 21 shots and Philly won 4-0 in Hartford. Five Flyers amassed all 10 individual points in the game: Rod Brind'Amour (2-0-2), Dale Hawerchuk (0-3-3), John LeClair (1-1-2), Trent Klatt (0-2-2) and Eric Lindros (1-0-1). Philly outshot the Whalers 42-21.
  • December 15, 1996 -- Paul Coffey and a pick sent to the Flyers for Kevin Haller and two picks.
  • February 19, 1997 -- The teams played to a 2-2 tie in Philly. Kevin Dineen scored both Hartford goals.
  • March 2, 1997 -- In the final meeting between the teams before the relocation to North Carolina, the Flyers won 5-2 in Hartford. The Flyers went 7-0-2 in their last nine games against Hartford. Goals were scored in the final minute of each period, twice by Philly.
  • December 23, 1997 -- Philadelphia and the Carolina Hurricanes met for the first time and the Flyers won 4-2 at home. Eric Desjardins scored 1:11 into the game.
  • January 8, 1998 -- The teams met at Carolina for the first time and the game finished in a 3-3 tie in the Greensboro Coliseum. Carolina scored in each period followed by a Flyers goal. John LeClair had three points. Trevor Kidd made 38 saves.
  • March 28, 1998 -- Keith Primeau had two points for Carolina in a 4-2 win in Philly.
  • March 29, 1998 -- Sean Burke made 31 saves in Philly's 3-1 win in Greensboro. Carolina outshot Philly 22-8 over the last two periods but got out-scored 3-1.
  • October 17, 1998 -- Sami Kapenen and Eric Lindros traded first period goals in a 1-1 tie in Greensboro. Each team had 19 shots.
  • November 20, 1998 -- Ron Hextall became the all-time winningest goalie in Flyers' history, surpassing Bernie Parent, with his 233rd victory in the Flyers' 3-1 win. The Flyers scored twice in the second to take a 2-0 lead and added an ENG.
  • January 9, 1999 -- Ron Hextall, who was removed at the 37:36 mark due to a groin injury, and JVB combined to shutout Carolina 2-0. The Flyers scored twice in the middle period.
  • March 6, 1999 -- Adam Burt was traded to the Flyers for Andrei Kovalenko.
  • March 30, 1999 -- Ron Hextall picked up two assists and the Flyers scored three PPGs but Carolina scored twice in the last period to salvage a 3-3 tie in Philly.
  • October 7, 1999 -- Arturs Irbe made 30 saves and the Hurricanes won 2-0 in Philly.
  • November 11, 1999 -- The Flyers dominated the Hurricanes 4-1 in Philly The Flyers held a 37-11 shots advantage and limited the Canes to just five shots in the final 40 minutes when the Flyers out-scored the Canes 4-0.


2000s:
  • January 11, 2000 -- Simon Gagne's PPG with 1:19 toi play lifted Philly to a 4-3 win in Raleigh. Rod Brind'Amour tied the game for Philly midway through the third. Carolina was held to two first period shots meaning they had seven total in their last three periods against the Flyers.
  • January 23, 2000 -- Keith Primeau and a pick to the Flyers for Rod Brind'Amour, Jean-Marc Pelletier and a pick.
  • April 2, 2000 -- Bates Battaglia scored 1:18 into the game and Arturs Irbe made 31 saves in the Hurricanes' 1-0 home win. The Flyers outshot the Canes 31-16 in the game including 17-6 in the first period.
  • November 30, 2000 -- Arturs Irbe shutout Philly for the second straight meeting, 2-0 in Raleigh. Sami Kapanen and Bates Battaglia scored.
  • December 23, 2000 -- Dan McGillis scored 3:50 into OT and Roman Cechmanek made 35 saves in the Flyers' 2-1 home win. Todd Fedoruk-Darren Langdon hooked up in an entertaining clash.
  • March 14, 2000 -- Kent Manderville to the Flyers for Sandy McCarthy.
  • February 19, 2001 -- Roman Cechmanek (21 saves) had the shutout and Keith Primeau scored twice in a 4-0 Philly home victory.
  • December 22, 2001 -- Mark Recchi (2-1-3) scored 27 seconds into OT and the Flyers won 4-3 at home. Donald Brashear had seven shots, four more than any other player on either team. Sami Kapanen gave Carolina 3-2 third period lead but Jeremy Roenick evened the game.
  • January 6, 2002 -- Marty Murray scored twice in Philly's 4-3 win at Carolina.
  • January 26, 2002 -- The Flyers scored two goals in the first and second periods and held off a Carolina rally to win 4-2 in Philadelphia. Arturs Irbe was replaced by Tom Barrasso after the second period. A couple of fights in the game including Mark Recchi defeating Sean Hill.
  • March 28, 2002 -- Rick Tocchet played in what was his final game due to knee and back injuries. Carolina won 4-1 as Sami Kapanen and Rod Brind'Amour gave the Canes a 2-0 lead. Philly was held to just one shot in the first period and 19 in the game. Billy Tibbetts-Marek Malik fought.
  • November 5, 2002 -- John LeClair scored 1:56 into OT and the Flyers won 2-1 in North Carolina. Philly outshot the Hurricanes 31-18.
  • November 15, 2002 -- Jeremy Roenick and Jesse Boulerice traded first period goals in a 1-1 tie in Carolina.
  • February 7, 2003 -- Sami Kapanen and Ryan Bast to the Flyers for Pavel Brendl and Bruno St. Jacques.
  • February 15, 2003 -- Donald Brashear and Keith Primeau finally beat Kevin Weekes with third period goals in a 2-2 tie. Weekes made 42 saves. The Hurricanes led 2-0 when Sean Hill scored an early third period goal.
  • March 13, 2003 -- John LeClair returned to the lineup after missing the prior 47 games with a dislocated right shoulder and scored in the Flyers' 5-3 home win. The Flyers outshot the Canes 16-3 in the third and 37-15 in the game. Keith Primeau snapped a 2-2 tie in the third period. Philly outshot Carolina 37-15.
  • October 25, 2003 -- Mark Recchi scored a SHG with 3:10 to play and the teams played to a 4-4 tie in Philadelphia. Carolina led 2-0, 3-2 and 4-3.
  • January 20, 2004 -- Danny Markov traded to the Flyers for Justin Williams.
  • October 28, 2005 -- Eric Staal completed his hat trick and Matt Cullen scored the go-ahead goal on the PP with 5:15 to play among Carolina's five-goal third period in an 8-6 home win. The teams combined to go 7-for-16 on the PP (Philly 4-for-9). Joni Pitkanen (three assists) and Jon Sim (two goals) led Philly. Keith Primeau played his final game, as he suffered a concussion a few days earlier in a game at Montreal.
  • December 29, 2005 -- For the second straight night, Sami Kapanen scored in OT to left the Flyers. This night, it came 1:27 into OT in a 4-3 victory. It marked just the second time in NHL history that the same player scored OT goals in consecutive days. Matt Cullen had two goals for Carolina.
  • January 17, 2006 -- Carolina won a high-scoring shootout 3-2 (four shots aside) and recorded a 4-3 win in Philly. The first four shootout attempts were successful but after Eric Staal and Simon Gagne both failed with their team's third try, Rod Brind'Amour netted the winning shot before Jeff Carter missed the last attempt. In regulation, the Flyers led 1-0 after two periods and 3-1 in the third but Erik Cole knotted the game 3-3 with under four to play.
  • March 8, 2006 -- In a stunning finish, the Flyers won 3-2 at home on a last second goal in regulation and two key shootout tallies. Freddy Meyer's tip-in of a Mike Rathje blast at 19:59.4 (0.6 remaining) -- tied for the latest goal in Flyers' history -- sent the game into the extra session. Carolina led the shootout 1-0 when Peter Forsberg's wrister sent the shootout into a fourth shot; Eric Staal missed but Simon Gagne nailed his attempt for the victory. Antero Niittymaki was fantastic including breakaway stops on Kevyn Adams and Doug Weight in regulation.
  • December 19, 2006 -- Antero Niittymaki made 40 saves but Carolina recorded a 2-1 win in Philly. Carolina led 2-0 after two periods on a 30-16 shot advantage. Jeff Carter returned to the lineup after missing the prior 20 games with a broken left tibia.
  • December 31, 2006 -- Robert Esche made 40 stops and despite being outplayed for most of the game the Flyers recorded a 5-2 win at the RBC Center. Carolina outshot Philly 42-19. Peter Forsberg had three assists. The Flyers won for the second straight out after 10 straight losses.
  • February 22, 2007 -- Glen Wesley scored a SHG in 27 seconds into OT and the Canes won 3-2 in Raleigh.
  • March 28, 2007 -- Jeff Carter (2-1-3) and Martin Biron (23 saves) led Philly to a 5-1 home win.
  • October 20, 2007 -- Simon Gagne scored 48 seconds into OT, Martin Biron made 42 saves and the Flyers won 3-2. Carolina outshot Philly 44-30.
  • November 21, 2007 -- Danny Briere (3-1-4) had his first hat trick with Philadelphia and Mike Knuble added three points in a 6-3 win. Philly took a 2-1 lead into the final period in which they out-scored the Canes 4-2 despite being outshot 15-7.
  • November 28, 2007 -- Mike Knuble (1-2-3) and Martin Biron (40 saves) led the Flyers to a 3-1 win at Carolina. The Hurricanes held a 41-34 shots advantage.
  • December 15, 2007 -- Joffrey Lupul had a hat trick (and eight shots) but the Flyers lost 6-5 in a shootout. After Danny Briere missed the first attempt in the shootout, the next five were successful and Rod Brind'Amour's clinched the win. The Flyers rallied from deficits of 3-1, 4-3 and 5-4.

FLYERS-HURRICANES' 2008-09 SCHEDULE:
  • November 26, 2008 -- at Carolina 7:00 PM
  • November 28, 2008 -- at Philadelphia 1:00 PM
  • December 6, 2008 -- at Carolina 7:00 PM
  • December 11, 2008 -- at Philadelphia 7:00 PM



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Today's music tribute...to the Spectrum.

The Walls Came Down:



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10 Spectrum moments to remember

http://www.philly.com/philly/hp/spor..._remember.html

Ground was broken in June 1966 for what is now known as the Wachovia Spectrum, and 16 months and $7 million later, the arena that would host so many memorable events was completed.
It was announced yesterday that the cozy Spectrum will be torn down following the 2008-09 indoor seasons. So here's a look back at the 10 most memorable Spectrum moments . . . in one person's eyes, of course:



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The Wachovia Spectrum (formerly known as the Spectrum (1967–1994), CoreStates Spectrum (1994–1998) and First Union Spectrum (1998–2003) is an indoor arena located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Completed in 1967, it seats 18,136 for basketball and 17,380 for ice hockey, Arena football, indoor soccer, and indoor lacrosse. The building will be closed and demolished following the 2008-2009 hockey and soccer seasons to make way for a new hotel in conjunction with the Philly Live! complex. Owners Comcast-Spectacor plan to build a 10,000 to 12,000 seat arena in the Philadelphia area to replace the Spectrum.[1]


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To the untrained eye, it is an aging building made of brick, mortar and steel, a 41-year-old relic preparing for the wrecking ball that will erase it from the Philadelphia landscape next summer.

But to countless fans old enough to remember its humble beginnings and tumultuous teams, the Spectrum represents a kaleidoscope of memories.

In a preseason game Saturday against the Carolina Hurricanes, the Flyers will pay tribute to a building they called home for 29 years, from September 1967 to May 1996.

What follows is a collection of short stories commemorating some of the most remembered -- and most forgettable -- Flyers moments in the Spectrum's history. Early September, 1967

When original Flyer Joe Watson first arrived at the corner of Broad Street and Pattison Avenue, he found the Flyers' new home finished on the outside, but mostly a shell on the inside. Seats were still being installed during the Flyers' first practice and no glass had been installed surrounding the ice surface.

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Spectrum's voice will miss his venue
Lou Nolan has made some historic calls over the years.
By Sam Carchidi

INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Spectrum used to be Lou Nolan's second home.

"I was 17 or 18 when I started working there," said Nolan, 62, who is in his 42d season with the Flyers, including the last 37 as their public-address announcer, "so I grew up at the place."

Which is why Nolan - a silver-haired man with a friendly, booming voice - will be a bit sad tomorrow when the final NHL game is played at the venerable arena on Broad and Pattison.
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To Snider, Spectrum is more than brick and mortar
By ED MORAN
Philadelphia Daily News

morane@phillynews.com

ED SNIDER is not sure if he can watch the day that the Spectrum comes down.
There have been too many good times and too many moments that the Flyers chairman will never forget in the building he built in South Philadelphia as a home for the hockey team he started.

But that doesn't really matter to Snider, because you can tear down a building but you can't erase the memories.

"I just keep telling myself that it's not the physical building that counts, it's the memories,'' Snider said yesterday. "I'm going to keep them with me forever.''

And tomorrow afternoon, Snider will add another when the Flyers play Carolina in a preseason game that will kick off the Spectrum's final season.
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Flyers captains take Spectrum ice one more time

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The Philadelphia Flyers have a long and proud history, beginning with their first season in 1967-68. Flyers fans can point with pride to the team's participation in Stanley Cup Final in the 1970s (when they won two Stanley Cups), the 1980s and 1990s.

And coming off their trip to the Eastern Conference Finals last year, the Flyers continue to fuel the passions of the fan base.

The Flyers are returning Saturday to their old home, the Spectrum, for the final game there between two NHL teams when they host the Carolina Hurricanes at 1 p.m. ET. The Spectrum, the home of the AHL's Philadelphia Phantoms, will be torn down next summer to make way for a hotel, restaurants and shops.

The Flyers have invited all of their former captains to join the celebration, including their first captain, Lou Angotti. Angotti looks back with fondness and pride at his only season in Philadelphia. Following the team's first-round playoff loss, Angotti was traded to Pittsburgh, through St. Louis, in a three-team deal that netted the Flyers Darryl Edestrand and Gerry Melynk.

"I'm very happy and very proud to be coming back there to the Spectrum one last time as the Philadelphia Flyers' first captain," Angotti said. "The Flyers are a first-class organization and were from the get-go. I've always said that being the first captain of the Flyers is one of the things that I'm most proud of in my life. I still feel that way and my opinion has never changed.

"I've been back a couple of times before and they've always made me feel like an important part of their history. They've always treated me and my family terrifically."


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Great GDT!!! Go Flyers!!! Go Gagne!!!

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Early morning tailgating! Yay!

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Well done MSE. Sick as always.

It's nice to Gagne dressed, hopefully he shows us some glimpes of his former self.

Let's go Flyers!!!

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nice job on the GDT as always MSE


First televised game for the season for me - thank goodness for the NHL network!! I can't wait.

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I hope they show all the captains and stuff tomorrow, on tv.

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Idea scenario is Richards takes on his role as Captain by scoring in front of all those former Flyers captains. Then Gagne get hit along the boards, pops up and gets a sick feed from Briere for a goal on his first shot of the game to prove he is ready to go and he and Briere have some chemistry. All while Biron has another strong performance and keeps his shutout streak alive giving the flyers the win in their last game at the Spectrum. Everyone goes home drunk and happy as they get in the car, turn on the radio and hear Howard hit a grand slam in the bottom of the first.

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First televised game for the season for me - thank goodness for the NHL network!! I can't wait.
They're actually showing a present-day Hockey game on there?

Time to set the dvr to stun. No way I'm awake at 10 a.m.

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o and GO FLYERS cant wait to see gags and carter

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Really great GDT.

I can't wait to catch a game in the old building again!

It seems like the appropriate time...I am going to retire my 1988 Dave Poulin jersey after the game. I've worn it to every game since I got it (200+).

Hopefully I can score a few autographs to retire it properly.

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Does anyone know if there will be an online feed for this game?

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is this game on tv?? it better be

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nevermind. just saw its on CSN

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Amazing job as usual MSE!

I'm looking forward to seeing this one, and I hope the NHL Network shows the entire thing, including the past captains.

I'm also hoping that the Flyers debut the new orange jerseys -- I don't think they could come up with a more appropriate time!

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I'm also hoping that the Flyers debut the new orange jerseys -- I don't think they could come up with a more appropriate time!
Good call, though I'd imagine they would save the debut for the regular season. I hope you're right, though!!

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Idea scenario is Richards takes on his role as Captain by scoring in front of all those former Flyers captains. Then Gagne get hit along the boards, pops up and gets a sick feed from Briere for a goal on his first shot of the game to prove he is ready to go and he and Briere have some chemistry. All while Biron has another strong performance and keeps his shutout streak alive giving the flyers the win in their last game at the Spectrum. Everyone goes home drunk and happy as they get in the car, turn on the radio and hear Howard hit a grand slam in the bottom of the first.
Sorry, but I'll pass on seeing Gagne getting hit along the boards in a meaningless preseason game.

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I'm also hoping that the Flyers debut the new orange jerseys -- I don't think they could come up with a more appropriate time!
How about a "real" game with a full roster of Flyers players and not a preseason game that is not much more than a Phantoms/River Rats AHL game?

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To say i cant wait until tomorrow is a giant understatement, but i cant ****in wait. Im in section 416.

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How about a "real" game with a full roster of Flyers players and not a preseason game that is not much more than a Phantoms/River Rats AHL game?
I see your point, and I do agree.

It just seems fitting that a throwback jersey be first worn in the place it was made timeless. Maybe they'll just introduce it to the fans tomorrow, and wear it for a real game later on. Either way, I'd love to see the new/old jersey tomorrow at some point!

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Amazing job as usual MSE!

I'm looking forward to seeing this one, and I hope the NHL Network shows the entire thing, including the past captains.

I'm also hoping that the Flyers debut the new orange jerseys -- I don't think they could come up with a more appropriate time!
That's always saved for Black Friday.


Retro jerseys would work though.

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