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48-game NHL season to reportedly start Jan. 19

The NHL reportedly have a 48-game season that begins on Jan. 19.

Flyers prospect Gostisbehere shines in 2013 WJC Sports: While the Philadelphia Flyers might not be in action, prospect Shane Gostisbehere is turning heads at the 2013 World Junior Championship in Ufa, Russia as a member of Team USA.

NHL presents new offer to NHLPA With the NHL lockout in a crucial stage, the owners presented a new offer to the NHL Players Association on Thursday night.

Danny Briere signs extension with Eisbären Berlin

With the NHL lockout still in full swing, Philadelphia Flyers forward Danny Briere has signed an extension with Eisbären Berlin of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga of Germany.

NHL awaiting NHLPA vote on disclaimer of interest Sports: The NHL is awaiting the NHLPA's next step in the process of filing a disclaimer of interest.

Hartnell candidly addresses comments by Hamrlik

Philadelphia Flyers forward Scott Hartnell candidly questioned how players would respond to Washington Capitals defenseman Roman Hamrlik when play resumes. Hamrlik called out NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr last month.

Reason for optimism in the NHL lockout? Sports: Is there reason for optimism in the ongoing collective bargaining negotiations between the NHL and NHLPA?

Flyers fans to boycott after lockout?

A Philadelphia Flyers fan named Bill O'Toole is attempting to organize a boycott of opening night when the NHL resumes business after the completion of the lockout. Do you think it will work?

Reason for hope in NHL talks?'s Frank Seravalli explains why there is reason to be optimistic about the CBA negotiations between the NHL and NHLPA.

Is an end to the NHL lockout in sight?

The NHL Players' Association extended a new proposal to the NHL on Wednesday.

NHL, NHLPA meet on Monday night. Any progress?

Frank Seravalli explains what occurred last night in the meeting between the NHL and NHLPA.

Bryzgalov miserable in KHL

Ilya Bryzgalov wants the lockout to end immediately.

Video: Eric Lindros enters Philly Sports HOF

Eric Lindros was inducted into Class IX of the Philly Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday.

Max Talbot signs in Finland during lockout

Max Talbot has decided to sign with Ilves in Finland for the remainder of the lockout, making him the second Philadelphia Flyer to sign in Finland during the dispute.

Eric Lindros to join Philadelphia Sports HOF

Former Flyers center Eric Lindros wil be inducted into the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame on Nov. 8.

Injured NHL stars still paid during lockout

Despite the league being locked out, NHL players deemed "unable to perform" are still receiving their full payment while the league misses games.

Wayne Simmonds facing racist chants in Europe

On Sunday, hockey player Wayne Simmonds was subjected to a racial slur during a game in the Czech Republic.

NHL: Do the players need to change their stance?

Do the players need to change their stance in CBA negotiations?

Scott Hartnell to play in Finland

Scott Hartnell will play for KalPa during the NHL lockout, a Finnish team of which he is a partial owner.

Simmonds leaves German team for Czech Republic

Philadelphia Flyers forward Wayne Simmonds is leaving the German league and heading to the Czech Republic for his NHL lockout hockey.

The NHL needs a luxury tax, not a salary cap

The recent 50/50 split of HRR proposal sounds good, but it's just another example of why a luxury tax is preferable to a salary cap.

Flyers only lose 12 season ticket holders

The Philadelphia Flyers have only lost 12 season ticket holders due to the NHL lockout.

Flyers' Tom Sestito signed by... the Steelers?

Philadelphia Flyers forward Tom Sestito will play for the Sheffield Steelers for the duration of the NHL lockout.

Giroux, Briere make Berlin debut

Claude Giroux and Danny Briere arrived in Berlin on Tuesday for their introductory press conference.

Could players stay in KHL? Flyers goalie thinks so

With no new collective bargaining agreement in sight, Philadelphia Flyers goalie Ilya Bryzgalov thinks it might be too late for the NHL, and players might stay over and play in the KHL for this season.

NHL Lockout: Regular season games at stake

According to multiple reports, the NHL could begin cancelling regular season games this week.

Report: Comcast subsidiary to manage Toronto arena

According to the National Post, a new arena in Toronto will, if approved, be managed and operated by Global Spectrum, a subsidiary of Comcast Spectacor.

Nikolay Zherdev dangles in the KHL

Playing for Atlant of the KHL, Nikolay Zherdev with an early goal of the year candidate on this play.

Chris Pronger Injury Update: Flyers Defenseman Showing Improvement

Flyers defenseman Chris Pronger is improving as he recovers from post-concussion syndrome.

For Flyers' Kimmo Timonen, NHL Lockout Creates Additional Issues

As the NHL lockout continues to drag on and pre-season games having been cancelled through the end of September, 37-year-old Philly defenseman Kimmo Timonen enters the final year of a 6-year contract with a great deal of uncertainty.

NHL Lockout: League Cancels Preseason Games Through Sept. 30

The Philadelphia Flyers will lose three games off their exhibition schedule with the NHL's announcement on Wednesday.

NHL Lockout 2012: Ilya Bryzgalov Reportedly Negotiating KHL Contract

Ilya Bryzgalov of the Philadelphia Flyers will be traveling to Russia on Wednesday night to negotiate a contract with CSKA Moscow of the KHL.