report this ad In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there are more conversations about the future for Nazem Kadri and, in some respects, that carries over to questions about the future of head coach Mike Babcock. There are also rumors that the Montreal Canadiens have made a shopping list of players for the offseason and the
report this ad In today’s News & Notes, Nazem Kadri has been suspended, the Philadelphia Flyers have hired Alain Vigneault as their head coach, the Nashville Predators will be without Wayne Simmonds and Brian Boyle for a while and Joe Thornton will have a hearing for an illegal check to the head. Kadri Suspended for
McLellan making his way to LA Bob McKenzie: Todd McLellan isn’t a candidate for the Buffalo Sabres head coaching position any more. The sides talked but no offer was never finalized. McLellan is expected to be named the next coach of the Los Angeles Kings. Dennis Bernstein: As reported back on Wednesday, McLellan will be
Flyers have several holes they want to fill this offseason John Boruk of NBC Sports Philadelphia: The Philadelphia Flyers will start their head coaching search immediately, and GM Chuck Fletcher will consider interim coach Scott Gordon as a strong candidate. “I had a conversation with Scott this morning, who remains a strong candidate,” Fletcher said.
Home NHL Opinion NHL Rumors: Scott Gordon, Jim Benning, and Jordan Weal Players believe in Scott Gordon as head coach Sam Carchidi of the Philly Inquirer: The players believe in Scott Gordon even if the fans are a bit more skeptical. The ending streak for Philadelphia did little to sway them. Philadelphia fired back with
DALLAS — The Dallas Stars clinched their first trip to the playoffs in three years Tuesday night, getting two goals and two assists from Alexander Radulov in a 6-2 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday night. The Stars were just a point shy of the post-season and could have made it with an Arizona
PHILADELPHIA — Alexandar Georgiev made 29 saves and Ryan Strome scored for the third consecutive game and the New York Rangers beat the Philadelphia Flyers 3-0 on Sunday. Pavel Buchnevich, and Brady Skjei also scored for the Rangers and Brett Howden had two assists. Strome scored late in the first period to give the Rangers