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Josh Janet

Josh Janet was raised in Northern New Jersey, but by an odd set of circumstances, is a Philadelphia sports fan. While recently converted to the Phillies, Josh is a diehard Flyers fan and can be expected to stay on top of the latest NHL news.

Bloated Salaries Apparently Still Relevant in Today’s NHL

In the wake of the tumultuous season that was 2006-2007, General Manager Paul Holmgren dipped into free agency and made a splash with an eight-year, $52 million, no-trade-clause-ridden contract for Buffalo Sabres center Danny Briere.

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NHL Salary Cap Raised 5% for Next Season; Flyers Fans Rejoice

The National Hockey League Player’s Association (NHLPA) elected today to increase the salary cap by 5%.  The salary cap next season will be roughly $59 million, raising the Philadelphia Flyers' available cap space to $10.2

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More on Flyers goaltending rumors

There are several rumors floating around the internet about two goaltending options for the Philadelphia Flyers, both of which instill great fear in me. The Boston Bruins will be starting the 2010-2011 season with sophomore

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LA Kings to Hire Former Coach John Stevens

According to the Los Angeles Times this past weekend, the Los Angeles Kings organization is close to hiring former Philadelphia Flyers head coach John Stevens to serve as the assistant coach.  Stevens would be replacing

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Flyers Trade Parent for RFA Hamhuis

The Philadelphia Flyers announced today that they have traded defenseman Ryan Parent for restricted free agent Dan Hamhuis and a conditional 2nd round 2011 draft pick from the Nashville Predators. Parent, a former first-round draft

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The Story of Villedelphia

After the second game of the playoffs against the New Jersey Devils, I phoned in to the radio show “Hockey Night in Canada Radio” and asked host Jeff Marek what he thought the chances were

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What to Expect from Paul Holmgren with Jeff Carter

Last December, it was rumored that the Montreal Canadiens had offered Jaroslav Halak to the Philadelphia Flyers for Jeff Carter.  At the trade deadline, the Florida Panthers offered the services of Tomas Vokoun for Jeff

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Halak Traded, and What That Means for the Flyers

The original title I was working with was “Halak Traded; City of Montreal Bursts Into Flames,” but a) that title wouldn’t reflect the main point of this article and b) who cares about Montreal? On

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