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Sound Tigers Wake-up, Double-up IceCaps

The Bridgeport Sound Tigers earned their first win of the season Sunday afternoon beating the Saint Johns Ice Caps 6-3 at The Webster Bank Arena. The win ended an eight game winless streak against last seasons Calder Cup finalists.

Survivor, Isles Edition; Who Makes the Opening Night Roster?

With training camp starting in a few days, the Islanders finally have solid competition up and down their roster. New additions on offense, an influx of youth on defense and two new goaltenders means there will be battles everywhere in camp from start to finish.

Seven Is Better Than Six, Pens Douse Flames

The Pittsburgh Penguins are making quite the habit of defending their home fortress in recent weeks. The Penguins held on for a 4-3 victory over the visiting Calgary Flames this afternoon for the Penguins seventh win in a row and tenth straight at CONSOL Energy Center.  

Sidney Crosby added three points now leading the league with 54 also having a league leading 34 assists.  

With the exception of the Crosby, Dupuis, and Kunitz line, the first period was not very solid for either team, despite the Penguins taking a 2-0 lead on only five shots.  Defense has been a noted sore spot for the Flames for the bulk of the season, but have been markedly improved recently ...

Two Week Recap; Forwards Edition

In part two of the opening season review we will examine the forwards and their contributions thus far to the season. While some players are keeping to the status quo, a few forwards have started to make their mark on the early season.

Start with the Obvious – The Pittsburgh Penguins top line of Chris Kunitz, Sidney Crosby, and Pascal Dupuis is arguably the strongest line in all of hockey. They have a combined nine goals through six games, seven of which have come while playing five on five hockey.

Here are a few other stats to show how good this line has been. *All statistics are a combined total.

+ 10, 56 shots on net, 24 total points, 8 Takeawas, 28 Hits, 87 Fac...

Flyers Extend Rinaldo, Rosehill

The Flyers are making sure the 2013-14 team has some muscle next season.

They did so by extending the contracts of two enforcers, Zac Rinaldo and Jay Rosehill. Both received two-year extensions.

Rinaldo will make an average salary of $750,000 for the next two seasons. Rosehill's annual hit will be $675,000.

Flyers 2013 NHL Deadline

Here is a running tracker of the Flyers 2013 NHL Trade Deadline moves. We will keep you posted on Facebook and Twitter all day with trade rumors while all official moves will get posted on the site.

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Flyers Trade Harry Zolnierczyk to Anaheim

The Flyers, in the middle of much bigger trade rumors, made another small move today.

They sent forward Harry Zolniercyk to the Anaheim Ducks, as per TSN's Bob McKenzie. They got Jay Rosehill in return.

Zolnierczyk Recalled; Knuble NOT Waived

The Flyers have activated winger Harry Zolnierczyk from the Phantoms.

Zolnierczyk, who served a four-game suspension for his hit on March 2 against the Senators' Mike Lundin, has finished his punishment and could play on Sunday against the Penguins.

Harry Zolnierczyk Suspended Four Games

The Flyers winger Harry Zolnierczyk has been suspended by the league's front offices for his hit on Saturday.

Zolnierczyk was suspended four games for his hit on Ottawa's Mike Lundin in the first period of the Flyers 2-1 win. Lundin left the game and never returned.

Flyers, Sens Get Physical; Could See Suspensions

The Flyers and Senators made some noise outside of the Wells Fargo Center Saturday afternoon.

The big hits and the fights got the crowd vocally active in the Flyers 2-1 win over the Senators, and it will get the NHL's head disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan vocally involved sometime in the next couple days.

The highlight of the extracurricular activities came midway through the first period. Flyers winger Harry Zolnierczyk came flying across the ice to deliver a massive hit on Ottawa's Mike Lundin.

Zolnierczyk left his feet to deliver the hit, driving his shoulder into the head of Lundin. Lundin was knocked out of the game due to the hit, and Zolnierczyk got a five-minute major for charging and a 10-minute game misconduct.

(Pictured: Harry Zolnierczyk lays out Mike Lundin as Zac Rinaldo looks on. AP Photo/Michael Perez)