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sorry not sorry

When the ’72 Summit Series Tour stopped in Toronto earlier this month, a third of Canada’s famous team stepped to the stage of the Sony Centre: Ron Ellis, Yvan Cournoyer, Brad Park, Bobby Clarke, Ken Dryden, Serge Savard, Pete Mahovlich, Dennis Hull, and Pat Stapleton were on hand to reminisce, along with the head coach, Harry Sinden. 556 more words

Paul Henderson

stopping a salming

The Canadians had a simple plan: stop a Salming.

Tuesday, September 7 was the day Sweden and Canada clashed, at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto in that September of 1976. 461 more words

Bobby Hull

Preview of 2016 Philadelphia Flyers Qualifying Tournament

Here is a little description of each team in the tourney:

  1. ’74-’75 Philadelphia Flyers (51-18-11, 113 points (1st in Patrick), STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS, 1.32 SRS)
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Ultimate NHL Playoff

Carl Lindros to 'make a few calls' to Hall of Fame selection committee on behalf of son

Toronto, Canada  – Carl Lindros, father and former agent to Eric Lindros, told his son Monday that he would “reach out” to several members of the NHL Hall of Fame Committee and “pull a few strings” to ensure Eric received his hall of fame nomination this year. 349 more words


12th-seeded '74-'75 Flyers Finally Slow Down Top-seeded '78-'79 Canadiens; Now Trail 2-1 in Series

Despite being shorthanded six times, the 12th-seeded ’74-’75 Philadelphia Flyers came out on top here in Game 3. They were shorthanded three times in the opening period alone and… 375 more words

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Lafleur Posts a Five-Point Night as Top-seeded '78-'79 Habs Take 2-0 Series Lead Over 12th-seeded '74-'75 Flyers

This game was pure domination by the top-seeded ’78-’79 Montreal Canadiens. However, it was the 12th-seeded ’74-’75 Philadelphia Flyers who got on the board first. … 436 more words

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Flyers horrified to realize Philadelphia's hopes now rest entirely on them

Philadelphia, PA – An eerie feeling came over the Flyers Skate Zone yesterday, almost as if every single active member of the roster suddenly realized that without the Eagles to occupy most of the city’s attention, they would now be the prime source of hope and attention for the city’s rabid fan base. 304 more words