Meltzer’s Musings: Power Play Units, Rookie Camp Updates

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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Ed Snider, Scott Laughton, Flyers Rookie Camp: Fly Over

Flyers Owner Ed Snider: I have probably been a little too anxious to win another Cup. Snider is starting to revert to his old ways, and it’s a good thing. The now cancer-free Flyers Chairman said he exerted more patience during his early years as owner and it paid off with two Stanley Cups.

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Ed Snider, Scott Laughton, Flyers Rookie Camp: Fly Over

Flyers Owner Ed Snider: I have probably been a little too anxious to win another Cup. Snider is starting to revert to his old ways, and it’s a good thing. The now cancer-free Flyers Chairman said he exerted more patience during his early years as owner and it paid off with two Stanley Cups. After years of […] Ed Snider, Scott Laughton, Flyers Rookie Camp: Fly Over - Broad Street Buzz - Broad Street Buzz - A Philadelphia Flyers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Snider Has a New Word: Patience

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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