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Time Running Out For Tye McGinn?

Time Running Out For Tye McGinn?

The philosophy touted by new Philadelphia Flyers general manager Ron Hextall in the past month and a half has been “build though the draft.” Hextall also stressed back in May the key positions to build

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Brayden Schenn Re-Signed for Two Years, $5 Million

Brayden Schenn Re-Signed for Two Years, $5 Million

Philadelphia Flyers general manager Ron Hextall expertly diverted this afternoon some of the criticisms lobbied towards his first move today- trading veteran forward Scott Hartnell- with a more even-keeled, cost-effective move- re-signing restricted free agent

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Berube Deserves Credit for Jumpstarting Lecavalier

Berube Deserves Credit for Jumpstarting Lecavalier

The Philadelphia Flyers' signing of Vinny Lecavalier in the 2013 NHL offseason came as a surprise when it was announced, but the transaction made sense on paper. The Flyers were buying out the remainder of

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Breaking Down the Flyers, Canucks Trade Rumors

Breaking Down the Flyers, Canucks Trade Rumors

Louis Jean of TVA Sports broke the story several days ago that Ryan Kesler had requested a trade from the Vancouver Canucks. Kesler emphatically denied the accusation, but multiple reporters have since backed the story, citing

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Flyers Extend Win Streak, Topple Avalanche 3-1

Flyers Extend Win Streak, Topple Avalanche 3-1

The lopsided 6-1 loss at the hands of the Boston Bruins that seemed to magnify all of the Philadelphia Flyers' defensive issues took place less than two weeks ago, but you'd be forgiven if you've

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Flyers Split Caps Series, Lose Brayden Schenn to Boarding

Flyers Split Caps Series, Lose Brayden Schenn to Boarding

The Philadelphia Flyers' third period collapse against the Washington Capitals on Sunday night was of particular disappointment because of the three goal lead they had built early in the third period. A chance for redemption

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Looking Ahead: Potential Trade Partners for Flyers

Looking Ahead: Potential Trade Partners for Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers’ season has taken a somewhat surprising turn considering how quickly the team was circling the drain in October. The 10th place Flyers, facing the 14th place New York Islanders on Saturday night,

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Mason Carries Flyers to First Win of the Berube Era

Mason Carries Flyers to First Win of the Berube Era

Standing with his hands on his hips, no suit jacket and loose tie, newly minted head coach Craig Berube responded to a reporter asking if he felt the Philadelphia Flyers looked like an improved team

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Flyers Ink Couturier to Two-Year Extension

Flyers Ink Couturier to Two-Year Extension

The Philadelphia Flyers announced early Saturday afternoon that center Sean Couturier has been signed to a two-year, $3.5 million contract extension. Couturier, 20, had one more year remaining on his entry level contract before becoming a

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Jonathan Bernier Could Be on Flyers’ Radar

Jonathan Bernier Could Be on Flyers’ Radar

Bob McKenzie of TSN wrote on twitter yesterday, "It's not carved in stone, but in spite of what has been said in past, I expect PHI is likely to use compliance buyout on Ilya Bryzgalov...

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