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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Philadelphia Flyers Rink Rats: Prospects, Phantoms Back In PA

Happy Friday, Philadelphia Flyers fans, and welcome to Rink Rats! Prospects Camp is upon us. 1) There is reason to be excited about the Phantoms, the Flyers AHL team. While the younger players may not contribute after the first drop of the puck, the anticipation of what these kids can do is appealing in itself

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Meltzer’s Musings: Penalties, Development Camp, and More

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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