Prospect Robert Hagg talks about coming into Development Camp and playing in North America.
FRIDAY QUICK HITS
* One area that the Flyers have said they'd like to change heading into next season is reducing the frequency with which they take penalties. The trade that sent heavily penalized Scott Hartnell to Columbus and the free agent departure of Steve Downie will likely reduce the number of times Philly has to go on the penalty kill next season.
Last season, Philadelphia played
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Defenseman prospect Shayne Gostisbehere talks about entering Day 1 of Development Camp.
2013 1st Round Draft Pick, Samuel Morin, talks to the media on his improvements over the year.
Highlights and interview from Flyers 1st Round Draft Pick Travis Sanheim after Day 1 of Development Camp.
Flyers prospects have the next few days to impress the front-office executives. When camp does end, some players may receive an invite to training camp, while other will be sent back to the minors and juniors for more seasoning. I attended camp on Thursday afternoon. We were eager to watch the potential stars of tomorrow
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When Scott Laughton took the ice at Virtua Center Flyers Skate Zone Thursday afternoon, he did so as a Development Camp veteran who is ready to take the reigns and lead the way over the course of the next six days.
With two Development Camp app...
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Flyers general manager Ron Hextall gave a brief injury update today on forward Sean Couturier.
“Sean Couturier had successful abdominal surgery this past Friday. He has started rehab at our training facility and should be fully recovered in 5-6...
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Good morning Flyers fans! Even though the season does not start for a few months, today is a big day in the Flyers offseason.
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THURSDAY QUICK HITS
* When the Flyers promoted Craig Berube from assistant coach to head coach early last season, one of the first changes he made was to stage frequent skating-intensive practices. Berube made no pretenses about the fact that he felt there too many Flyers players who were not properly conditioned; namely in the skating department. For the rest of the season, the coach frequentl
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