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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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Real Test for Hextall Will Be 2015 Offseason

Real Test for Hextall Will Be 2015 Offseason

Newly appointed general manager Ron Hextall said all the right things during his introductory press conference a little over a week ago in front of the Philadelphia media. He had the following to say when asked

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Revisiting Paul Holmgrens Ten Best Moves as Manager

Revisiting Paul Holmgrens Ten Best Moves as Manager

Former Philadelphia Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren endured a lot of criticism during his tenure, as would be expected of any manager who failed to bring a championship trophy to Philadelphia under his (or her)

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Hextall Promoted to Flyers GM as Holmgren Ascends to Team President

Hextall Promoted to Flyers GM as Holmgren Ascends to Team President

When the Philadelphia media spoke with Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider and general manager Paul Holmgren as part of a series of "exit interviews" last Friday evening following the team's first round dismissal from the

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Berube Meeting Expectations- Now Holmgrens Turn

Berube Meeting Expectations- Now Holmgrens Turn

The “FIRE HOLMGREN” chants that echoed in the Wells Fargo Center on the first of November seem but a distant memory. Nine consecutive wins on home ice will do that for paying customers. The Philadelphia

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On Culture, Mismanagement, and Where We Go From Here

On Culture, Mismanagement, and Where We Go From Here

Following Friday night’s black hole of a performance against the Washington Capitals, Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Sam Carchidi asked Philadelphia Flyers head coach Craig Berube, “Where do you go from here?” “What do you mean, ‘Where

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Despite Record, Steve Mason Off to Solid Start for Flyers

Despite Record, Steve Mason Off to Solid Start for Flyers

The 2013-14 NHL season previews for the Philadelphia Flyers seemed to have missed the part where the team looks disorganized and undisciplined on a nightly basis. It also missed the part where Steve Mason would

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The Price of Loyalty Costs Gagne a Job

The Price of Loyalty Costs Gagne a Job

When Dan Cleary reneged on his agreement to attend the Philadelphia Flyers training camp to sign a one-year, $1.75 million contract with the Detroit Red Wings, Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren took it pretty well.

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From Noteworthy to Nonsense, Flyers Rumors Gaining Traction

From Noteworthy to Nonsense, Flyers Rumors Gaining Traction

Depending on who you believe, the Philadelphia Flyers will either be an exciting force to watch for the 2013-14 NHL season or a trainwreck waiting for the whistle to blow. The rumors that typically circulate

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Thinking Flyers Defense, Two Steps Ahead

Thinking Flyers Defense, Two Steps Ahead

When I wrote the other day that the Philadelphia Flyers did not need to target big name free agent forwards in the offseason, I suggested that the organization could free up salary cap space by

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