1. Why the Philadelphia Flyers Will Defeat the Montreal Canadiens

    The Philadelphia Flyers have completed history, coming back from a 3-0 series deficit and winning. Being just the third team in NHL history to do this, the Flyers have made a name for themselves...

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  2. NHL 2010 Top Draft Prospects: Derek Forbort

    Due to a gold-medal performance at the World Junior Championships and a silver-medal performance at the 2010 Winter Olympics, the United States has shown that they are still churning out young players as much as ever, if not more...

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  3. NHL 2010 Top Draft Prospects: Emerson Etem

    Shattuck-St. Mary’s school has given way to top notch hockey talent for decades. From the likes of Sidney Crosby and Jonathan Toews to Zach Parise and Kyle Okposo, the school ...

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  4. NHL 2010 Top Draft Prospects: Mark Pysyk

    When the Edmonton Oil Kings decided to make Mark Pysyk their first ever Bantam Draft pick in 2007 (third overall), fans assumed the franchise knew what they were doing. Well, they clearly did...

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  5. NHL 2010 Top Draft Prospects: Brandon Gormley

    Originally posted at Resurfacing the Ice Ever since Sidney Crosby was picked first overall in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft, the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) has struggled to consistently deliver top-notch talent to the NHL...

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  6. NHL 2010 Top Draft Prospects: Cam Fowler

    Originally posted at Resurfacing the Ice In the last few years, we’ve seen a boom in prospects coming from the United States: Patrick Kane, James van Riemsdyk, John Moore, Zach Bogosian, Colin Wilson and more...

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  7. NHL 2010 Top Draft Prospects: Erik Gudbranson

    Originally posted at Resurfacing the Ice Erik Gudbranson, a 16-year-old defenseman last season, began his rookie season as the captain of his Kingston Frontenacs of the Ontario League...

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  8. NHL 2010 Top Draft Prospects: Brett Connolly

    Originally posted at Resurfacing the Ice Injuries are a funny thing. Sometimes they kill a player’s draft stock, sending them pummeling down the boards of most NHL teams...

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  9. NHL 2010 Top Draft Prospects: Taylor Hall

    Every year, there is that one can’t-miss prospect that hockey fans want their teams to tank the season for. Son-of-a-gun, there may be three of those this year. But Taylor Hall of the Windsor Spitfires is arguably the best of those three players...

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  10. 2010 NHL Playoffs Bracket: Ranking The Remaining Coaches

    1. Mike Babcock, Detroit Red Wings Babcock has only missed the playoffs twice since his coaching career started in 1991 (once in the WHL and once with the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim)...

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  11. NHL 2010 Top Draft Prospects: Tyler Seguin

    So let’s see. At number one on the NHL’s scouting list, we have a light center with great leadership, incredible drive, a huge amount of talent, a powerful wrist shot, and beautiful passing abilities...

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  12. Top 5 NHL Draft Prospects Not Named Taylor or Tyler

    Everyone is raving about Taylor Hall and Tyler Seguin for this year's upcoming NHL Entry Draft, taking place in Los Angeles, California in June...

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  13. 2010 NHL Playoffs: Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Ottawa Senators Preview

    Eastern Conference Playoffs No. 4 Pittsburgh Penguins vs. No. 5 Ottawa Senators Regular season PIT: 47-28-7, 101 pts OTT:44-32-6, 94 pts Head-to-head: 2-2 Leading scorers ...

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  14. Philadelphia Flyers: Who Is the Top Player in Franchise History?

    Originally posted at Resurfacing the Ice If I told you that I wanted to use my second-round draft pick to take a somewhat good player with diabetes who may never play a game in the ...

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  15. Top Players in Philadelphia Flyers' History: No. 2 Bernie Parent

    Originally posted at Resurfacing the Ice “Only the Lord saves more than Bernie Parent.” This quote is known throughout Philadelphia and perhaps the hockey world—at least to anyone that followed hockey in the 1970s...

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  16. Top Players in Flyers' History: No. 3 Bill Barber

    Originally posted at Resurfacing the Ice At this point in this top 10 series, you have to expect there to be some Hockey Hall of Famers, so I will guarantee you that these last three ...

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  17. Top 15 NHL Games of the Past 20 Years

    Every year, there are at least 20 games that could easily be classified as a "classic" NHL game. Because of that, it is almost impossible to truly pick the top 15 games of the last two decades...

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  18. The Philadelphia Flyers' Top Players in Franchise History: No. 4, Brian Propp

    Originally posted at Resurfacing the Ice. Brian Propp is another one of those rare instances where the Flyers took home-grown talent and made it into a star player...

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  19. Top Players in Flyers' History: No. 5 Rick MacLeish

    Check out my blog here! Rick MacLeish was drafted fourth overall by the Boston Bruins in the 1970 NHL Entry Draft...

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  20. Top Players in Philadelphia Flyers' History: No. 6—Ron Hextall

    Ron Hextall may have very well been the best goalie in Flyers’ history if he had won the Stanley Cup...

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  21. Top Players in Flyers' History: No. 7 Mark Howe

    The Flyers have never drafted a future star defenseman. Mark Howe did not change that. But that is only because he was not drafted by the team...

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  22. Top Players in Philadelphia Flyers' History: No. 8 Eric Lindros

    This article is going to feature many YouTube videos because Eric Lindros’ career is filled with amazing highlights. Unfortunately, they are not all good highlights...

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  23. Top Players in Flyers' History: No. 9 John Leclair

    Check out my blog here! If you score two overtime goals in the Stanley Cup Finals, and your team wins the Stanley Cup, you aren’t going to want to leave, right? Well, John Leclair really didn’t have a choice...

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  24. Top Players in Flyers' History: No. 10 Tim Kerr

    Check out my blog here! Can you name me a top player in the league right now who was not drafted when he was eligible? How about Martin St...

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  25. Western Conference: Playoff Race Preview

    Check out my blog here! The race for the playoffs is extremely tight in the Western Conference. With four bottom-half teams realistically having a shot at making the playoffs, and ...

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