Philadelphia Flyers Should be Concerned by Jaromir Jagr Signing

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After weeks of speculation, it appears as if the New Jersey Devils have won the Jaromir Jagr sweepstakes. The 41-year-old right winger agreed to a one-year contract on Monday, July 22, although it has not been formally announced by the Devils. This is pertinent news […]

Philadelphia Flyers Benefit from Sean Couturier’s Sophomore Slump

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Breaking the silence during an otherwise uninteresting gap of the NHL offseason, the Philadelphia Flyers signed forward Sean Couturier to a two-year, $3.5 million contract extension. Despite persistent trade rumors dating back to last offseason, GM Paul Holmgren opted to keep the 20-year-old following a particularly […]

Philadelphia Flyers GM Paul Holmgren Faces Challenging Web of Contracts

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In just over two months, the 2013-14 season will be underway. 82 games and (hopefully) a Stanley Cup parade later, the Philadelphia Flyers and general manager Paul Holmgren will work their magic throughout the 2014 offseason. Although it is nearly a year away, it’s poised […]

Philadelphia Flyers Hope to End Face-off Struggles

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The 2012-2013 Philadelphia Flyers season was an utter failure.  The goaltending was shaky, the defense was injury prone, and the offense was streaky.  Forgotten in the endeavor that was the 2012-2013 season is the Flyers’ struggle in the face-off circle. […]

Philadelphia Flyers’ Luke Schenn Should Benefit from Presence of Veterans

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At 6-foot-2 and 229 pounds, Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Luke Schenn is a force to be reckoned with.  The 23 year-old has been a perennial leader in hits since his 2008 rookie season with the Toronto Maple Leafs.  Five seasons since his debut, Schenn continues to work […]

ESPN Article Criticizes Philadelphia Flyers GM Paul Holmgren For All The Wrong Reasons

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A recent article published by ESPN trashing Philadelphia Flyers GM Paul Holmgren shows that the sports network continues to lack forethought and knowledge in the world of hockey. The 103-word piece on Holmgren attempts to detail his shortcomings as general manager, despite […]

Oliver Lauridsen Signing a Quiet but Sensible Move for Philadelphia Flyers

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During a week largely dominated by the news that New Jersey Devils superstar Ilya Kovalchuk will be retiring, the Philadelphia Flyers made the seemingly insignificant move of signing defenseman Oliver Lauridsen to a two-year, $1.2 million contract.  While the signing made no immediate ripples throughout the NHL, it […]

Philadelphia Flyers Stand to Benefit from Ilya Kovalchuk Retirement

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While the New Jersey Devils are still reeling from the unexpected retirement of Ilya Kovalchuk, Philadelphia Flyers fans and players alike should breath a sigh of relief. The orange and black will no longer have to face the Russian superstar when they meet with their […]

Ilya Kovalchuk and 4 Other Russian Stars Who Left for the KHL

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Despite Limited Cap Space, Philadelphia Flyers Should Try To Re-Sign Simon Gagne

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Ask a Philadelphia Flyers fan for their favorite moment from the 2013 season and most will be hard pressed to think of one.  A 23-22-3 season that ended without a playoff birth rendered few bright spots. One particular moment of elation came […]

Philadelphia Flyers Hope To Solve Goaltending Dilemma Economically

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  Philadelphia Flyers hockey is synonymous with grit, intensity and passion. Unfortunately for fans and management alike, a new term has come to be associated with the Flyers; goalie carousel. Since Ron Hextall retired from the organization in 1999, the Flyers have fielded 16 […]

Philadelphia Flyers Coach Fred Shero Elected to Hall of Fame, Eric Lindros Snubbed

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One is loved by all Philadelphia Flyers fans and seen as the man who coached the team to their only two Stanley Cup victories. The other is a polarizing figure amongst fans, seen by many as an overhyped, overpaid let-down. […]