Meltzer’s Musings: Zepp’s Transition, Murray on Alderson

ZEPP COMES BACK ACROSS THE POND AFTER NINE YEARS IN EUROPE

It has been a long time coming for goaltender Rob Zepp to get his opportunity to play significant minutes at the American Hockey League level. Nine years ago, the Newmarket, Ont., native packed his bags to play in Europe. At age 32, he will finally return to North America to play for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, the AHL affiliate of the

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On Laughton and Others

Scott Laughton is an unusual spot when he comes into Flyers training camp this fall.

If Vinny Lecavalier is still on the roster, his chances of being there as a Flyer are slim and none.

In fact, right now, the organization has him penciled into playing his first season of pro as a Phantom and getting the experience he needs at a higher level.

What is very different, however, is that this

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Ron Hextall Is Using A Model That Works

Yesterday on FrozenFutures.com I wrote an article about the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. I gave a brief overview of their projected roster and explained why they should be a competitive team next season. For the purposes of that article/site, I tried to stay away from analyzing the organizational philosophy behind the team and why the Phantoms will […] Ron Hextall Is Using A Model That Works - Broad Street Buzz - Broad Street Buzz - A Philadelphia Flyers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Flyers Third Jersey: Philadelphia Flyers Daily Poll

Shawn Tilger announced Tuesday night that a Flyers third jersey was in the works. Tilger disclosed no further information but speculation immediately began on what the potential third jersey could look like. As long as the Flyers do not bring out the Hamburglar jerseys, or the 3D jerseys everything will be okay. Jokes aside, the […] Flyers Third Jersey: Philadelphia Flyers Daily Poll - Broad Street Buzz - Broad Street Buzz - A Philadelphia Flyers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Flyers Farm System Review: 2014 Off-Season

TOP FIVE FLYERS FORWARD PROSPECTS

In recent years, the Philadelphia Flyers have chosen a slew of promising defensemen in the NHL Draft. The organization now has four drafted defensemen -- Sam Morin, Travis Sanheim, Shayne Gostisbehere, Robert Hägg -- whom they believe has futures as NHL regulars.

Beyond this core of four, the organization has drafted at least three other defensemen, most

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