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Flyers Surprisingly Quiet on Undrafted Free Agent Front

Flyers Surprisingly Quiet on Undrafted Free Agent Front

One of the rumors circulating prior to the official promotion of Ron Hextall to Philadelphia Flyers general manager was that Paul Holmgren would be stepping back into the scouting world. Holmgren had been “hit and

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Flyers Ink Raffl to Two-Year Extension

Flyers Ink Raffl to Two-Year Extension

The Philadelphia Flyers announced on Saturday following their 4-1 win over the St. Louis Blues that forward Michael Raffl has been signed to a two-year, $2.2 million contract extension. Raffl, 24, signed with the Flyers

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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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Fourth Line Shuffle Continues as VandeVelde Waived, Rinaldo Set to Return

Fourth Line Shuffle Continues as VandeVelde Waived, Rinaldo Set to Return

The fourth line doesn’t typically receive all that much attention during the regular season, regardless of the standings. Aside from the Boston Bruins’ “Merlot line” (named for the color of their practice jerseys), it’s rare

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Five Flyers Headed to the Olympics Without Giroux

Five Flyers Headed to the Olympics Without Giroux

The deadline for finalizing the Olympic rosters for men's ice hockey was extended to January 7 in late December at the request of the Russian federation, who are hosting the 2014 Winter Olympics at Sochi,

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Raffl Punching His Ticket on the Top Line

Raffl Punching His Ticket on the Top Line

The Philadelphia Flyers had hoped that undrafted free agent forward Michael Raffl would shine at training camp and earn the vacant roster opening on the third line. Raffl didn't necessarily look out of place in

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Homeward Bound, Habs Downed 2-1

Homeward Bound, Habs Downed 2-1

When former Philadelphia Flyers captain Mike Richards was unceremoniously traded in the summer of 2011, it wasn’t by choice. Richards had signed a twelve-year deal believing that he would be a Flyer for life. Professional

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Flyers Sign Vandevelde In Time for Canadiens

Flyers Sign Vandevelde In Time for Canadiens

The Philadelphia Flyers ended their recent road trip in spectacular fashion with a 7-2 blowout loss against the most recent Stanley Cup champions, the Chicago Blackhawks. The trip concluded with a 2-3-1 record and 5

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Flyers Clean Up Oilers, Win 4-2

Flyers Clean Up Oilers, Win 4-2

The Edmonton Oilers don’t make many appearances in Philadelphia. The newest collective bargaining agreement helps to remedy that by mandating that every team plays each other at least twice per season. In spite of consecutive

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Flyers Recall McGinn, Raffl in Wake of Injuries

Flyers Recall McGinn, Raffl in Wake of Injuries

The Philadelphia Flyers have not made any formal announcements on how they are planning to cope with the losses of both Scott Hartnell and Vinny Lecavalier, but that doesn't mean they haven't made plans yet.

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