Danny Briere

Danny Briere

Washington Capitals: Why Team Should Have Interest in Danny Briere

Posted 06/21/2013 - 14:15 by HockeyPolls

For the Washington Capitals, the past six postseasons have not been kind, especially for the team's offensive stars. 

Year after year, Alex Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom and Mike Green have all taken turns coming up empty during clutch situations, so maybe now it's time for George McPhee to turn his attention toward bringing in guys who thrive under pressure. 

Breaking Down the Philadelphia Flyers' Early-Season Struggles

Hockey is back, and like the other major sports the effects the lockout has on a season can make things very interesting.

For instance, the lack of a training camp adds rust to plays and players’ legs, and a shortened season will cause less recovery time and possibly more injuries. So, with all this being said, it is a strange season and therefore a little too early to panic about the Philadelphia Flyers’ 2-4 record.

Philadelphia Flyers: Claude Giroux Should Not Be the Next Captain

The Philadelphia Flyers cleaned house this past offseason moving, among others, Mike Richards, the team captain whose immaturity was said to have fractured the locker room and resulted in the Flyguys' second round sweep at the hands of the Boston Bruins to end the 2011 campaign.  

Heading into 2011-12 the Flyers placed an emphasis on leadership and chemistry.  

Philadelphia Flyers Lose Danny Briere and Jaromir Jagr: What's Next?

Getting a concussion is just the thing to do in Philadelphia for hockey players.

After losing Chris Pronger for the season, plus leading scorer Claude Giroux for a number of games, the team lost rookies Brayden Schenn and Sean Couturier to head injuries. Recently, James van Riemsdyk was diagnosed with a concussion.

NHL Trade Speculation: Time for the Philadelphia Flyers to Trade Danny Briere?

Posted 12/24/2011 - 12:47 by HockeyPolls

Philadelphia Flyers forward Danny Briere has been quietly having a nice season. He's registered 10 goals and 15 assists in 31 games, and he's a plus-four.

Every year, Danny Briere seems to turn it up another notch when the playoffs roll around, and he's been a key to their success in the playoffs. While Danny has been stellar with the Flyers since signing with them, I can't help but wonder if it's time to ship him on his way.

Philadelphia Flyers: Comeback Puts Veterans in the Spotlight

Here's what's wrong with the Philadelphia Flyers: a struggling franchise goalie,  a defense plagued by injuries and an offense heavily dependent on inexperienced players.

Friday night’s game against Anaheim was a microcosm of the Flyers’ season thus far, and if the end result is an indication of things to come, the Flyers will certainly take it.

Patrick Sharp and the Players the Flyers Should Have Kept on Their Roster

Early in their history the Philadelphia Flyers were pretty good about keeping their best players in orange and black, then the 1991 NHL Entry Draft took place and the Flyers went after Eric Lindros.

Philadelphia Flyers: The 6 Most Indispensable Players on Flyers Roster

With a recent roster shakeup, the Philadelphia Flyers have moved three of their top five point-scorers from the 2010-2011 season.

Among the group of unloaded players were captain Mike Richards and leading goal-scorer Jeff Carter.

NHL Playoffs 2011: 5 Reasons to Watch Philadelphia Flyers vs. Buffalo Sabres

The Philadelphia Flyers and Buffalo Sabres will play Game Five in Philadelphia tonight.

The series has almost been more entertaining off the ice than on the ice so far. That could change tonight though.

Tempers have been flaring following Game Four and the controversial major penalty to Flyers' captain Mike Richards for elbowing.

Here are the reasons that tonight's game could get very interesting.

2011 NHL Playoffs: Buffalo Sabres Lose Game 3, So Where Did They Go Wrong?

The physicality of this series between the Buffalo Sabres and Philadelphia Flyers has been the definition of playoff hockey.

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