Daniel Briere

Daniel Briere

Daniel Briere Retires: Latest Comments and Reaction

Posted 08/17/2015 - 08:16 by HockeyPolls

After 17 seasons, five franchises and two All-Star appearances, Daniel Briere is hanging up his skates. The veteran center told LeDroit (h/t Sportsnet) that he will announce his retirement at a news conference in Philadelphia on Tuesday.

Montreal Canadiens Rumors: Why Daniel Briere Won't Be Sent to New Jersey Devils

Posted 01/18/2014 - 10:48 by HockeyPolls

While the Montreal Canadiens would surely like to get rid of Daniel Briere, believing the New Jersey Devils would be willing trade partners is overly optimistic at this point.

Stock Watch for Montreal Canadiens' Top 6 Forwards

The Montreal Canadiens are a quarter of the way through their schedule, and it's time to check in on the stocks of their top six forwards. 

Injuries have been a major issue up front in 2013-14 for the Habs. Max Pacioretty, Daniel Briere, Brandon Prust and George Parros all missed extended periods of time already this season. 

Odds for Montreal Canadiens' 2013-14 MVP

The Montreal Canadiens' 2013-14 season has kicked off. And though the Habs have just two games in the record books, it's never too early to start talking about who might be the team MVP this year. 

The lockout-shortened 2012-13 season saw defenseman P.K. Subban run away with the Canadiens' most valuable player honors. Winning the Norris Trophy will do that for a player. 

Montreal Canadiens' Special Teams: What's to Love and Hate

The Montreal Canadiens had an up-and-down season on special teams in 2013. 

Their power play was dominant. The Habs rode the brilliant play of defensemen Andrei Markov and P.K. Subban to the second-most power-play goals in the league. Their scoring rate of 20.7 percent ranked them fifth overall in the NHL

Pros and Cons of Montreal Canadiens Signing Daniel Briere

When the Montreal Canadiens looked to get center Daniel Briere under contract just prior to the start of free agency, it came as a surprise to many…probably mainly to Briere himself, considering he had spurned the city just six years earlier when he signed with the Philadelphia Flyers instead.

Philadelphia Flyers: Does the Team Need a Captain in 2012-13?

When the Philadelphia Flyers traded away captain Mike Richards in June 2011, the franchise believed Chris Pronger was an obvious choice to be the team’s leader until his eventual retirement.

Unfortunately for the Flyers, Pronger’s retirement, or at least his final game in the NHL, may have come earlier than expected.

NHL Playoffs 2012: 5 Reasons the Flyers Can Win the Stanley Cup

It's hard to believe it, but it's been 37 years since the Philadelphia Flyers last won the Stanley Cup.

On May 27, 1975, the Flyers defeated the Buffalo Sabers 2-0 behind a shutout by Bernie Parent to win their second consecutive championship.

The Flyers have been back to the Finals six times since then in 1976, 1980, 1985, 1987, 1997 and 2010, but each time they've fallen short.

Philadelphia Flyers: Is Paul Holmgren Lucky to Still Have His Job?

Philadelphia Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren is viewed by many fans as a genius. His trades have worked out, for the most part, but he is really lucky to still have his job.

The Flyers were in the conference finals two seasons ago, which proves that the team was close to being complete. During the offseason, however, Holmgren decided to trade away captain Mike Richards and goal scorer Jeff Carter for some very young prospects.

NHL Playoffs: Buffalo Sabres vs. Philadelphia Flyers Game Recap

The Buffalo Sabres were able to take home ice advantage from the Philadelphia Flyers by grinding one out in a 1-0 victory. 

Ryan Miller made 33 saves on his way to his second career shutout. Patrick Kaleta had the games lone goal off of a rebound in the third period.

Here are four keys to the game that led to a Sabres victory.

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