Making Progress Without Money

Something about June 23 unleashes the beast in Flyers management.

Jeff Carter, Mike Richards, JVR and now Scott Hartnell all traded on this fateful day over the last, several years.

It’s been a busy couple weeks for newly-installed Flyers general manager Ron Hextall.

On June 4, he announced the agreement with Reading of the ECHL, completing his double link minor league system into Pe

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Philadelphia Flyers Rink Rats

Good afternoon Flyers fans! Our team has been very quiet this off-season. Even though that may be a good thing in the long run, it is still difficult to swallow during the boring days of summer. So, to keep us occupied, here are the latest stories from around the league: Philadelphia Flyers News The results […] Philadelphia Flyers Rink Rats - Broad Street Buzz - Broad Street Buzz - A Philadelphia Flyers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Meltzer’s Musings: Saturday Quick Hits


* In an article published yesterday in the Toronto Star, the agent for former two-stint Flyers forward Ruslan Fedotenko said that the Ukrainian forward hopes to return to the NHL next season.

Last season, Fedotenko served as the captain for KHL team HC Donbass Donetsk. Amidst the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine, the team's arena was vandalized and set on fire

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Meltzer’s Musings: Riley, Propp, McCrimmon, and More


While the Flyers have not been able to do much this off-season to bolster their NHL roster or achieve salary cap relief, they have made a few good additions on the coaching end. Gord Murphy was a nice addition as an NHL assistant coach to work with the Flyers defenseman. Back in June, the organization hired longtime USA Hockey director of Atlan

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The Flyers Salary Cap Situation In 2015

The Philadelphia Flyers salary cap situation has always generated a colorful discussion. During his tenure, former GM Paul Holmgren made some great moves and some questionable moves with contracts. Now with Ron Hextall in charge, he is set to fix some of Holmgren’s mistakes and get the Flyers salary cap under control.

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