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Single-game tickets for the Philadelphia Flyers’ 2014-15 season will go on sale to the public on Thursday, September 18 at 11 a.m. online at PhiladelphiaFlyers.com, by phone at (215) 218-PUCK or in-person at the Wells Fargo Center Box Office.
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FLYERS POWER PLAY MUST ADJUST TO PERSONNEL SHIFTS
Over the last two-and-a-half seasons, the personnel on the Flyers' primary 5-on-4 power play unit was nearly constant. Ever since Peter Laviolette moved Wayne Simmonds to the top unit in the second half of the 2011-12 season (moving Jaromir Jagr to the second unit except in 5-on-3 situations), the top group of five rarely changed.
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Travis Sanheim took a couple days off after Flyers Development Camp ended in mid-July… but that's about it.
The Flyers' first round draft pick in June hardly had an off-season to catch his breath since going through the whirlwind of being a top...
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The Chairman paid a visit to Skate Zone this weekend.
Ed Snider, free of cancer since mid-August, dropped by to chat with Ron Hextall and Paul Holmgren.
Snider had quite a few things to say to the media, as well.
There was an unusually long rant about how he perceives his clubs have been "snake bitten" since last winning a Stanley Cup - 1975.
Injuries, concussions, player meltdowns i
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FLYERS MAKING WIDER USE OF MINOR LEAGUE DEALS
* One of the most notable early changes that the Flyers have enacted this offseason under Ron Hextall has been the organization's wider use of minor league contracts rather that two-way NHL contracts. This summer, the Flyers signed nine players to AHL contracts, including Brett Hextall as well as longtime NHL forward (and former Flyer) Darroll Powe.
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As the Flyers prospects get ready to hit the ice for Rookie Camp beginning tomorrow, all Flyers fans will certainly have eyes on Scott Laughton, Shayne Gostisbehere, Robert Hagg and Sam Morin being among the top Flyers prospects. But looking close...
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ROOKIE CAMP SCHEDULE FINALIZED
Yesterday, the Flyers announced the finalized schedule for their rookie training camp at the Skate Zone in Voorhees, NJ. Camp will open on Saturday rather than today. Ice times on Saturday, Sunday and Monday begin at 11 a.m. EDT. The length of training sessions each day will vary.
Camp concludes on Tuesday with the already announced Rookies Game at the Skate Z
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The Philadelphia Flyers will open the on-ice portion of their Rookie Camp this Saturday, September 13 when 27 players take the ice at the Virtua Center Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, NJ, according to general manager Ron Hextall.
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