Flyers sign goalie Alex Lyon to 2-year deal

Back to homepage
Flyers

Flyers sign goalie Alex Lyon to 2-year deal

Flyers sign goalie Alex Lyon to 2-year deal The Flyers signed goalie Alex Lyon to a two-year deal Saturday as the two sides avoided salary arbitration. Lyon, 25, appeared in

Sixers

Dear Kawhi, here's why you should come to Philly | Ed Rendell

Dear Kawhi, here's why you should come to Philly | Ed Rendell Dear Kawhi Leonard: I’m writing to you because I think you’re a great basketball player and a very

News

Pittsburgh police investigating possible homicide in Carrick

Pittsburgh police investigating possible homicide in Carrick You are solely responsible for your comments and by using TribLive.com you agree to our Terms of Service. We moderate comments. Our goal

Phillies

Phillies climb atop NL East with blowout win over Pirates

Phillies climb atop NL East with blowout win over Pirates PITTSBURGH — Gabe Kapler will seek out one of his players, relay a message he wants the entire team to

Entertainment

Royal Family Photos: Meghan and Harry Meet With Youth

Royal Family Photos: Meghan and Harry Meet With Youth [unable to retrieve full-text content] Look at events and milestones celebrated by the royal family. Photo Credit: Yui Mok/Getty ImagesPublished at

Flyers

Flyers' James van Riemsdyk signing brings back memories of Danny Briere

Flyers' James van Riemsdyk signing brings back memories of Danny Briere Different time. Different types of players. Yet, the Flyers’ signing of wide-bodied left winger James van Riemsdyk conjures memories

Sixers

Sixers' Furkan Korkmaz steals headlines from Zhaire Smith, Landry Shamet

Sixers' Furkan Korkmaz steals headlines from Zhaire Smith, Landry Shamet LAS VEGAS – The first-round picks in last month’s draft, Zhaire Smith and Landry Shamet were expected to be the

Eagles

Eagles assistant Duce Staley doesn't need your pity | Marcus Hayes

Eagles assistant Duce Staley doesn't need your pity | Marcus Hayes Duce doesn’t want your sympathy. He’s used to roadblocks. He’s always slipped past them or run them over. Eagles

News

Allegheny County pays $5K to man who claimed jail failed to feed him through tube

Allegheny County pays $5K to man who claimed jail failed to feed him through tube Updated 18 minutes ago Allegheny County paid a $5,000 settlement to a former inmate with

Sixers

Sixers' Furkan Korkmaz looking to showcase skills in NBA Summer League

Sixers' Furkan Korkmaz looking to showcase skills in NBA Summer League LAS VEGAS — Some second-year players dread playing in the NBA Summer League. Not Furkan Korkmaz. “I improved myself

Flyers

Left winger Matthew Strome: Skating into the Flyers' plans

Left winger Matthew Strome: Skating into the Flyers' plans Matthew Strome has the pedigree, the size, and the hockey smarts, and some thought he would be a first-round selection —

Entertainment

Singer Chris Brown Arrested on Year-Old Fla. Battery Charge

Singer Chris Brown Arrested on Year-Old Fla. Battery Charge Singer Chris Brown was arrested in Florida Thursday night on an outstanding warrant stemming from a year-old felony battery charge. The

Phillies

For Phillies, PNC Park has been a torture chamber | Extra Innings

For Phillies, PNC Park has been a torture chamber | Extra Innings With all sorts of speculation swirling about Manny Machado and the July 31 trade deadline, the second-place Phillies

Sixers

Sixers' Zhaire Smith exceeding early expectations with jump shot, offensive skillset ahead of summer league

Sixers' Zhaire Smith exceeding early expectations with jump shot, offensive skillset ahead of summer league LAS VEGAS — On Friday night, Zhaire Smith will provide a glimpse of why the

Flyers

Flyers sign Christian Folin, a righthanded defenseman

Flyers sign Christian Folin, a righthanded defenseman The Flyers signed free-agent defenseman Christian Folin on Thursday, giving them depth and some physicality on the back end. A native of Sweden,

News

Duquesne Light: Most service restored

Duquesne Light: Most service restored You are solely responsible for your comments and by using TribLive.com you agree to our Terms of Service. We moderate comments. Our goal is to

Entertainment

Brad Paisley Invites Boston Officers Onstage for Next Visit

Brad Paisley Invites Boston Officers Onstage for Next Visit A fun, patriotic video of two Boston Police Department officers singing “God Bless America” caught the eye of one famous musician

Phillies

Phillies' Gabe Kapler has gone from punching bag to manager of the year candidate

Phillies' Gabe Kapler has gone from punching bag to manager of the year candidate Gabe Kapler was too busy steering the Phillies through the late innings of another close game

Entertainment

TV Anchor Ed Schultz Dies at 64

TV Anchor Ed Schultz Dies at 64 Longtime TV and radio personality and former MSNBC anchor Ed Schultz has died at 64, several news outlets reported. A longtime colleague confirmed

Sixers

Sixers insider Jessica Camerato out at NBC Sports Philadelphia

Sixers insider Jessica Camerato out at NBC Sports Philadelphia Weeks after making local and national waves following its decision to part ways with sideline reporter Molly Sullivan, NBC Sports Philadelphia is saying goodbye

Phillies

South Jersey native Jeff Singer working his way toward Phillies

South Jersey native Jeff Singer working his way toward Phillies Greg Legg remembers the first few times he saw Jeff Singer pitch, and that’s why he is so impressed with

Sixers

Sixers weren't ready for LeBron James or Paul George | Marcus Hayes

Sixers weren't ready for LeBron James or Paul George | Marcus Hayes Philadelphia’s the place to be. Someday. If you can see past last weekend’s disappointment, you’ll see that the

Phillies

Phillies top Orioles as Aaron Nola delivers another ace-worthy outing

Phillies top Orioles as Aaron Nola delivers another ace-worthy outing As mound conversations go, this one didn’t last long. Probably because there wasn’t much to say. With two outs, runners

Flyers

Capitals staffer spends day with the Stanley Cup at the Capital Gazette's temporary newsroom

Capitals staffer spends day with the Stanley Cup at the Capital Gazette's temporary newsroom Tuesday was longtime Capitals equipment manager Craig “Woody” Leydig’s day with the Stanley Cup. After last

News

Mt. Lebanon road reopens after protest

Mt. Lebanon road reopens after protest You are solely responsible for your comments and by using TribLive.com you agree to our Terms of Service. We moderate comments. Our goal is