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When Pronger was first traded to the Flyers, he was listed on the roster as #25, and Matt Carle had been switched to #20. Today, those numbers flip-flopped. A press conference is tentatively scheduled for next week to introduce the new Flyers, so I guess we'll see what the actual truth is then. I would imagine that Boucher would keep his #33, and Laperriere would keep his #14 (or #22, which he's worn before), because they're both available. I'm just really anxious to see what Pronger's # is going to be, because I already ordered his jersey, and I want to make sure I get the right # on it.

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Brian Boucher

Ah, those were the days. I don't care what anyone says, Boosh was the ****ing man.

I'm just going to fix your entry to highlight the important part.

:P

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Brian Boucher

Ah, those were the days. I don't care what anyone says, Boosh was the ****ing man.

I think you've had too many hitler cookies...

Yes, because the Flyers don't have any history of giving up on goaltenders too quickly. And better to eat too many Hitler cookies than to smoke too much ****. I guess we both have our weaknesses. ^_^

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Brian Boucher

Ah, those were the days. I don't care what anyone says, Boosh was the ****ing man.

I think you've had too many hitler cookies...

Yes, because the Flyers don't have any history of giving up on goaltenders too quickly. And better to eat too many Hitler cookies than to smoke too much ****. I guess we both have our weaknesses. ^_^

I don't smoke, but thanks for asking. Boucher was a total stiff. Dude had one good playoff run, but was nothing special. If he was any good, he'd have stuck with a team instead of bouncing around 6 or 7 NHL clubs, and having to play in the AHL.

The Flyers have a history of giving up on goaltenders too quickly? Please list for me the young studs that they gave up on too quickly that ended up making it big somewhere else.

Here's a site that lists all the Flyers goalies, so you can dig through and try to find someone that they "gave up too early" on.

http://www.flyershistory.com/cgi-bin/goalstat.cgi

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Jay Bouwmeester looks like that guy at the International House of Pancakes that's always kinda looking at you funny from across the room and then just happens to have to go to the bathroom at about the same time that you do and then makes an awkward offhand comment to you based on the sports-related apparel you're wearing.

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Jay Bouwmeester looks like that guy at the International House of Pancakes that's always kinda looking at you funny from across the room and then just happens to have to go to the bathroom at about the same time that you do and then makes an awkward offhand comment to you based on the sports-related apparel you're wearing.

lol... i can't say i've ever had that happen to me.

but the picture you painted is so vivid and entertaining.

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When Pronger was first traded to the Flyers, he was listed on the roster as #25, and Matt Carle had been switched to #20. Today, those numbers flip-flopped. A press conference is tentatively scheduled for next week to introduce the new Flyers, so I guess we'll see what the actual truth is then. I would imagine that Boucher would keep his #33, and Laperriere would keep his #14 (or #22, which he's worn before), because they're both available. I'm just really anxious to see what Pronger's # is going to be, because I already ordered his jersey, and I want to make sure I get the right # on it.

Laperriere probably gets 14 if he wants it, but for the moment that's actually Andreas Nodl's number.

Anyone have confirmation of Kopecky and Hossa's numbers? Usually those team websites don't change their numbers when they're first listed. Hossa may go back to 18 and Kopecky back to 28.

Ray Emery chooses 29 because 1's retired.

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