Philadelphia Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers just may select German winger John-Jason Peterka, per ESPN’s post-lottery NHL mock draft (ESPN Insider subscription required). Of course any draft prediction, other than Alexis Lafreniere going first overall, must be taken with a grain of salt as we still do not know the draft order for most teams. Alexis Lafrenière of
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In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is news on the Vancouver Canucks and the status of some pending free agents. In Philadelphia, one scribe talks about the chances Shayne Gostisbehere is traded. Meanwhile, in Pittsburgh, there could be players leaving the organization next season. Finally, will Marcus Foligno re-sign in Minnesota? He certainly wants to.
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The Philadelphia Flyers once broke one of hockey’s unwritten rules, and almost landed a future NHL star in the process. In 2006, the Flyers signed Ryan Kesler to an offer sheet. At the time, the 22-year-old Kesler was coming off his first full NHL season and was one of the Vancouver Canucks’ prized prospects. As
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Last Friday, the Philadelphia Flyers and general manager Chuck Fletcher released an injury update amidst the suspended season. When the NHL paused the 2019-20 season, the Flyers had five players listed with injuries. Related: Broad Street Bullies – More Than Goons, Fists & Enforcers On that list is a mix of forwards and defensemen including
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Since being drafted 20th overall in the 2012 NHL Draft, Scott Laughton has been a difficult player to project. Early comparisons were made to former Philadelphia Flyers captain Mike Richards, a physical, two-way center with decent skating ability. Those descriptors fit Laughton’s game but his role on the current playoff-bound Flyers team is that of the ultimate
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The year was 2006. The Philadelphia Flyers had the 22nd overall pick in the NHL Draft. The last time the organization had that selection was in 1998 when the Flyers drafted Simon Gagne, who had an impressive NHL career. The general manager in 2006 was Bobby Clarke, who wanted to add a high-powered forward to
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