Monthly Archives: July 2011

Holmgren gambles with Flyers’ future

By JAY BOEHMER
Senior Hockey Insider — jboehmer@highhopesblog.com
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The Flyers' GM has banked on an uncertain tomorrow, putting his money in an unpredictable goalie and prospect corps. (Courtesy Philly.com)

Winning doesn’t matter to Paul Holmgren if it doesn’t produce a championship, which is why he’s taken his team to Vegas with the league’s gutsiest offseason moves.

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Flyers sign Jagr, continue to shake up team

By JAY BOEHMER
Senior Hockey Insider — jboehmer@highhopesblog.com
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The 39-year-old Jagr, who spent the last three years in Russia's KHL, has signed with the Flyers. (Courtesy Philly.com)

NHL free agency started at noon Friday, and Paul Holmgren didn’t wait long before continuing his streak of wild offseason moves.

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Hamels hurt in 5-2 loss to Boston

By TIMOTHY PARKER
Staff Writer — tparker@highhopesblog.com
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Cole Hamels doesn't expect to miss a start, despite being hit by a line drive Thursday. (Courtesy Philly.com)

It was supposed to be Cole Hamels Vs. Jon Lester – an afternoon pitching treat.

 

Through the first four innings, it was just that. Hamels and Lester were two gun-slingers firing away. They both were dealing.

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