Sunday in record numbers. ''They don't want to see us in the business page worrying about labor disputes,'' said Peter Luukko , president of Comcast-Spectacor, which owns the Flyers. The Flyers were busy making transactions, signing free-agent
feel good about their roster heading into next season. ''We're very happy with our roster,'' Flyers president Peter Luukko said. ''When it comes to free agency, we're always going to try and make our team better. We entered the derby
You root for them because they're good players and we had really good years with them,'' said Flyers President Peter Luukko . ''You want to see your friends do well.'' Luukko is tight with former Kings great Luc Robitaille and they often
The Sports Professor, Rick Horrow, talks about the latest sports business and chats with Flyers President Peter Luukko .
The Sports Professor, Rick Horrow, talks with Philadelphia Flyers president Peter Luukko .
and Philadelphia Flyers, in whom Comcast-Spectacor still has a controlling interest. Comcast-Spectacor president Peter Luukko confirmed earlier this month the company was in discussions to sell the Sixers. Sports impresario Ed Snider has served
at 1 p.m. on Dec. 31. Other events, like public skating, will be announced at later dates. Flyers president Peter Luukko expected Winter Classic tickets to sell out ''within seconds.'' The Flyers played in the 2010 Winter Classic against
He's one of the few people in hockey who literally created a market for hockey,'' Comcast-Spectacor president Peter Luukko said. ''There was no hockey in Philadelphia. He created that and grew the sport unlike many people ever.'' Snider's
borrow one of coach Peter Laviolette's favorite words, more jam. Asked if he would make the deals again, it took Peter Luukko a nanosecond to respond. "Oh, sure," said the president of Comcast-Spectacor, the Flyers' parent company
suspension. He added that Shanahan "set the tone in a sense" for how he will handle disciplinary matters this season. Peter Luukko , the president of the Flyers' parent company, Comcast-Spectacor, said the league was showing it was "trying to