Flyers-Capitals Rookie Game Live Stream

The Flyers-Capitals Rookie Game can be live streamed here, via Your browser does not support iframes. After three days of on- and off-ice workouts, the Philadelphia Flyers and Washington Capitals rookies are ready to battle one another in the Flyers-Capitals Rookie Game. This game was nearly cancelled because there was no train service between […] Flyers-Capitals Rookie Game Live Stream - Broad Street Buzz - Broad Street Buzz - A Philadelphia Flyers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Steve Mason Could Help Flyers Offense

A change in the rulebook could benefit Steve Mason and the Flyers offense. The NHL announced several new rules that will take effect when the puck drops in October. One rule will expand the trapezoid behind the net by four feet. To say the Flyers have struggled at even strength is an understatement. The power play […] Steve Mason Could Help Flyers Offense - Broad Street Buzz - Broad Street Buzz - A Philadelphia Flyers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Flyers vs. Capitals Rookies Game, Camp Updates, Forsberg Night, and More


The annual Rookies Game pitting the prospects of the Philadelphia Flyers against the Washington Capitals is the culmination of the September rookie camps that proceed the official start of the training camp for the NHL teams. Due to the lockout-forced cancellation of the 2012 event, today's game marks the first time in three years that the Flyers have been the

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Shayne Gostisbehere Impresses, Kimmo Timonen: Fly Over

Shayne Gostisbehere is one of the most exciting prospects in a long time and has yet to look out of place at Rookie Camp. Expectations are high for the first-year pro out of Union College. His masterful performance at the Frozen Four at the Wells Fargo Center thrusted him into the national spotlight

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


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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