Philadelphia Flyers

With the Philadelphia Flyers’ season fully underway, we’ve had a quick glance at what is to come. Traveling from Prague to Philadelphia, and now to Western Canada, the Flyers have been impressive in spite of their grueling early-season schedule. No other team has traveled as much as the Flyers, as they’ve gone over 7,000 miles
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In today’s Rumors rundown, will the Boston Bruins move a defenseman to add a winger? What’s the latest regarding Nolan Patrick’s health? Can hockey fans expect to see NHL players at the 2022 Winter Olympics? Plus, when can we expect the Seattle expansion franchise to name its head coach, and the Ottawa Sun’s Bruce Garrioch
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In today’s edition of NHL Rumors, are the San Jose Sharks looking to make a move? Will the Detroit Red Wings deal from their defensive depth? And what’s the latest on Julius Honka? Plus, the Vancouver Canucks named Bo Horvat captain and Wayne Simmonds had an emotional night in his return to Philadelphia. Related: NHL
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In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is a report that Evgeni Malkin gave the Pittsburgh Penguins an ultimatum, the Philadelphia Flyers are still working on deals for Ivan Provorov and Travis Konecny, the New Jersey Devils are going to sit down with Taylor Hall and there are some quick hits on the Tampa Bay Lightning,
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On McAvoy and Provorov after Werenski signing (three years, $15 million) Bob McKenzie: Tweet thread. “Nothing imminent on the Charlie McAvoy (BOS) or Ivan Provorov (PHI) RFA deals but with camp opening this week, and CBJ signing Zach Werenski to a three-year, $15M deal today, expectation is talks on McAvoy and Provorov will heat up
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The 2019-20 NHL regular season is right around the corner. With training camps throughout the league ready to rev up, there’s no better time than now to take a look at some of this season’s highlight matchups for the Philadelphia Flyers. The Flyers enter the season with new leadership behind the bench and some fresh
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TORONTO — Wayne Simmonds hopes he gets booed. The rugged, heart-and-soul winger spent the better part of eight seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers, battling for the crest on his jersey, sticking up for teammates and exemplifying what the franchise’s no-nonsense fans expect from their players. Now he wants those same people to give him the loud, sometimes vulgar treatment countless opponents have endured
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When NHL officials approached the Philadelphia Flyers about appearing on their latest behind-the-scenes show, they faced almost no resistance. “There weren’t many reservations,” general manager Chuck Fletcher said. “There really aren’t any negatives as far as I’m concerned.” Flyers Excited to Be Featured The Flyers will be featured on NHL Network’s second season of “Behind
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