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WINNIPEG, Manitoba - Towering defenseman Chris Pronger played with the Flyers only for three years, but he made a lasting impression, steering the Flyers to the Stanley Cup Finals in his only full season with the team.
Former Blues defenseman thanks everyone, including the boo-birds.
TORONTO (AP) — Chris Pronger took more than a few physical liberties with opponents during his playing career.Intimidation was part of what made the big defenseman a Hockey Hall of Famer.Disciplined by the NHL eight times, Pronger had an "open-ended budget" for fines and suspensions.That's his...
TORONTO (AP) - Chris Pronger took more than a few physical liberties with opponents during his playing career. Intimidation was part of what made the big defenseman a Hockey Hall of Famer. Disciplined by the NHL eight times, Pronger had an "open-ended budget" for fines and suspensions. That's his past. ...
There's always been this debate over how much of a claim the Flyers should stake when one of their "here for only a year or two'' former players gets inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.Great ones have passed briefly through these doors, including Peter Forsberg, Paul Coffey and Dale Hawerchuk,...
He overcame a controversial trade, fighting off the boo-birds to become one of the NHL's elite defensemen.
LeBrun: Hall of Fame deals that didn&apost happen
The rules, standards and practices of and around the National Hockey League perplex me sometimes. They are there for a reason, except when they're not, and other times they are sort of there but not really depending on the situation. Chris Pronger is the embodiment of this idea. How would you define Chris Pronger's status in the NHL right now? Active player? Retired player? Scout? Department of Pl
A lot of players pass through the Flyers' doors for a year or two and then fade into distant trivia.
NEW YORK — Andrew Shaw's head suddenly jerked forward, and Brock Nelson's snapped back.
Chris Pronger is officially eligible for induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Daily Newsers offers their suggestions on what they'd like to see different in sports for the coming year.
But Hextall brushes off the violation
Usually if a flight takes off a little earlier than expected, that can be a good thing for travelers. That’s not how it works in the NHL, however, as the Philadelphia Flyers were fined an undisclosed amount Sunday for flying to Nashville on Dec. 26 during a three-day break that does not allow for travel of any kind. The idea behind the restriction is grounded in competitive balance&mda
Enshrinement in the Hockey Hall of Fame is the highest personal award to which an NHL player can aspire. It notes that player as one of the all-time greats, or at the very least as an exceptional third-liner with a lot of Cup rings. Chris Pronger gets the title photo here because he's not an active player; though he's still under contract with the Philadelphia Flyers, his career is finished. He's
Toughness. What does it mean to be tough in this day and age? Is your idea of toughness a person who is big and strong and willing to fight? Is it someone who fights for his or her beliefs? Or is it someone with the strength to walk away from a fight? Maybe in society toughness means that, but in hockey, it's pretty clear that toughness has little do with any of that nonsense. It's about fighting,
Hall of Famer turns 50 on Saturday. Gretzky, Shanny, Pronger and others reminisce about the man, the mouth and more.
The Flyers have the highest winning percentage in the NHL since they last won the Stanley Cup, but not one parade.
Paul Holmgren gives up his GM job to ensure that Ron Hextall remains in the organization.
The photo says it all: About the man, the moment, the achievement.
Defenseman Samuel Morin shows flashes of brilliance playing for his junior team, but has some rough edges.
After the Flyers beat the Colorado Avalanche last Thursday, team chairman Ed Snider said something that seemed to strike at the heart of how his franchise has operated for generations. The victory was one of five for the Flyers' in their final six games before the Olympic break, and it inspired Snider to praise his team in a gush of enthusiasm.
There’s been plenty of diligent digging into what’s gone so wrong with the Edmonton Oilers, but today, I’m going to explore an alternate theory: The notion that the endless losing is caused by the bad karma of fans like me. That’s right. This team is bad, cursed even, because of all the wrongs we fans have committed.
He could skate, score and inspire teammates through deeds and words.
Those looking for a single moment when the Philadelphia Flyers’ status as a contending team came crashing down could do a lot worse than October 24, 2011. That was the night where Flyers’ captain Chris Pronger attempted to knock a puck off the stick of Mikhail Grabovski as the then-Leafs centre took a shot; the result was Grabovski’s stick catching Pronger in the eye on the follo
It’s long been assumed that Chris Pronger would never play in another National Hockey League game.
By Tribune-ReviewPhiladelphia Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren was clear in his word choice: Chris Pronger will never play again. Holmgren made the comments to The Hockey ...
Flyers GM: Chris Pronger will never play again
Philadelphia Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren was clear in his word choice: Chris Pronger will never play again.