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Throughout the Summer of 2013, PhiladelphiaFlyers.com will be conducting a bracket-style Tournament in which YOU, the Fan, can cast your vote and choose who keeps advancing until the year's best Flyers highlight is unveiled. Fans can view the enti...
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Monday Quick Hits
* Rumors persist that the Flyers are targeting either Phoenix Coyotes defenseman Keith Yandle or Winnipeg Jets defenseman Dustin Byfuglien this offseason if they try to upgrade the blueline via the trade route rather than trying to offer sheet a restricted free agent. I gave my opinion on these two possibilities in a previous blog. Between the two players, I would prefer Yand
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Get ready to hit the beach!
On Wednesday, July 10, Flyers prospects will spend the day at the South Jersey shore to compete in the team's annual "Trial on the Isle".
Last year's program was different than past years and included training by ...
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The Ilya Bryzgalov buyout talk isn't about to die down any time soon. Despite vehement denials from Flyers management that the team plans to use one of its two allotted salary cap compliance (AKA amnesty) buyouts on Bryzgalov, there is still rampant speculation that the team will do so when all is said and done.
Yesterday, TSN's Bob McKenzie tweeted the following: "It's not carved in stone, but
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The FanSided NHL sites are doing a collective mock draft, and the Flyers are on the clock at 11th overall. Here are the selections thus far: 1. Colorado Avalanche -- Seth Jones, D, Portland Winterhawks (WHL) 2
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One of the major X factors for every NHL team in the offseason is trying to project which rookies will crack the opening night lineup and which young players will go on to be significant contributors during the season. It doesn't always go according to plan.
For example, in the summer of 2008, most everyone had top prospect Claude Giroux penciled into the Flyers' opening night lineup. The 2006
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