Flyers captain Claude Giroux continues to find ways to be one of the most creative trolls in the NHL. Just a few days after wiping his boogers on the back of a linesman, Giroux spent Thursday night messing with opponents by biting their jersey for some odd reason. Giroux playfully took a mouthful of Florida
Boogers have always held a special place in the unique world of sports.
I can’t say for sure whether that’s Claude Giroux wiping his nasty boogies on the shirt of a referee during the first period of Tuesday’s Flyers-Lightning game, but it sure does look like it.
Flyers forward Claude Giroux scored one of the more spectacular goals of the season on Thursday night, one which helped his team pull off a massive come-from-behind win against Columbus. Philadelphia trailed 3-0 heading into the final period of regulation before ripping off five goals in the third and coming away with a 5-4
Maybe NHL players should just live in a plastic bubble when they are away from the ice. It doesn’t matter if they are eating pancakes, picking up a crack from the floor, or spending a relaxing day on a boat, they just can’t resist injuring themselves in bizarre ways. This years victim is Philadelphia Flyer captain
Flyers forward Claude Giroux had surgery as his off season began, but he wasn’t about to let it bother him. To be specific he had double wrist surgery and according to his doctor he needed ‘six weeks of recovery before he can resume activities.’ Activities that were not apparently listed included beer pong. Check out
Most of us have witnessed the highly competitive battle of Pennsylvania between the Flyers and Penguins in the first round of the NHL Playoffs. Both teams have been candid about their dislike for one another, including each others fanbases. In yesterday’s pre-game warm ups, Claude Giroux punk’d some Penguins fans by pretending to throw them
The NHL Playoffs have arrived. The CS staff is pleased to present you with a preview , a couple of keys to the series, and Sean Keenan’s prediction of the winner and MVP of each series. You look around the playoffs this season and discover a fantastic opening round matchup between two rival teams that
It’s about time. There really was no good excuse for why Scott Hartnell wasn’t on this list in the first place. He leads the entire league in power play goals with 13 and is tied for 6th overall in goals with 25, just slightly behind superstars like Steven Stamkos, Jonathan Toews, Evgeni Malkin, Phil Kessel,
The NHL has officially decided upon the roster for the 2012 Tim Horton’s NHL All-Star Game. The game will take place on Sunday, January 29th in Ottawa, but only after the player fantasy draft on Thursday January 26th. Six players were voted in by the fans earlier this month: Daniel Alfredsson (Ottawa), Jason Spezza (Ottawa), Milan Michalek
It was an exciting day in Philadelphia as the stage was set for the NHL’s 5th annual Winter Classic game between the Philadelphia Flyers and New York Rangers. At stake for both teams were not only bragging rights, but 2 very important points in the standings that could potentially send either team to the top