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Flyers' Yandle ties NHL Iron Man mark

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Keith Yandle tied retired center Doug Jarvis on Monday night for the NHL record of 964 consecutive games played.

The 35-year-old Yandle started his streak March 26, 2009, with Phoenix, and he has played 1,074 games with the Coyotes, New York Rangers and Florida Panthers.

A three-time All-Star, Yandle is in his first season with the Flyers and set the mark when he hit the ice early in the Flyers' 3-1 loss to Dallas. He waved to the crowd from the bench when his milestone was acknowledged on the big screen.


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