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Phantoms Once Again in the AHL Basement

Phantoms Once Again in the AHL Basement

It has become an annual tradition that the Philadelphia Flyers' prospect depth has ranked last according to Hockeys Future. The trades in the summer of 2011 that eventually introduced Brayden Schenn and Sean Couturier into

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Phantoms Idling While Titans Rolling

Phantoms Idling While Titans Rolling

The Adirondack Phantoms and the Trenton Titans, the AHL and ECHL affiliates of the Philadelphia Flyers, have not started off their seasons headed in the same direction. The Phantoms have boasted a 3-4-0 record to

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Mutual Understanding Between Murray, Laviolette Key for Flyers Success

Mutual Understanding Between Murray, Laviolette Key for Flyers Success

The Adirondack Phantoms’ training camp began this weekend at the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, NJ.  The camp affords the Flyers organization another opportunity to evaluate the players they have in the system as well

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Murray, Laperriere Hired to Develop Flyers Youth

Murray, Laperriere Hired to Develop Flyers Youth

“I'm very happy for this opportunity… Hockey has been my life and I can't think of a better place to continue to work in what I consider to be the greatest job that a man

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John Stevens Takes Over LA Kings As Interim Head Coach

John Stevens Takes Over LA Kings As Interim Head Coach

Earlier this evening, Los Angeles Kings general manager Dean Lombardi fired head coach Terry Murray. The Kings, sitting in 12th place in the Western Conference, have a 13-12-4 record and have dropped their last four

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Wayne Simmonds Needs to Get Back on Track

Wayne Simmonds Needs to Get Back on Track

Last season, Wayne Simmonds struggled for an extended period of time with the Los Angeles Kings before finding success again on the third line with Brad Richardson and Kyle Clifford.  The hard-nosed trio helped win

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Game Three Loss put Flyers in a Choking Situation

Game Three Loss put Flyers in a Choking Situation

Sixty three seconds. The Flyers broke a franchise record by allowing two goals in the first sixty seconds of tonight's Game Three blowout. Aside from Sean O’Donnell showing Nathan Harton that you’re never too old

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