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After a long offseason including a few big moments, the Philadelphia Flyers are now looking ahead to the 2014-15 season.
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Dressed in a long-sleeved Flyers t-shirt, shorts and sandals, Berube was standing on the red line at the team's Skate Zone practice rink when he was drenched by someone dropping a large amount of ice water from a video booth.
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Berube's response to apparently being stuck for another season with an aging four-time All-Star whose defensive liabilities outweighed the 20 goals he scored in 69 games as a new Flyer in 2013-14? "He just needs to change his game a little bit," Berube said during a recent interview.
I decided to take a look at many different facets of the NHL draft. I arbitrarily picked the years 1999-2007.
Vincent Lecavalier, still with the Flyers late into an offseason that has been filled with trade rumors, apparently continues to embrace his current employers.
This apparently happened back in July, but we learned today that the Flyers have hired Ian Anderson as a Director of Hockey Analytics.
There's a fellow in Western Pennsylvania, a native to the area, who married a suburban Pittsburgher, and the couple has three small children.
Zack Stortini signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Philadelphia Flyers in July.
Aside from getting his career as a bonafide No. 1 netminder back on track, the performance also netted him a handsome three-year, $12.3 million deal - one that pays $4.1M annually - and cemented him as Philly's go-to guy for the foreseeable future.
ROBERT HAGG got his first taste of American-style hockey when he spent 10 games with the Adirondack Phantoms last season.
The Philadelphia Flyers are always known as a team loaded with veterans, so when one of their young players pops up on the national radar it becomes a bit of a big deal.
The Flyers play a preseason home game in Canada every year. Stop doing that and bring it closer to home, guys.
When Michael Del Zotto broke into the NHL in 2009-2010 with the Rangers, the game seemed to come easy for him.
Throughout the month of August, PHT will be dedicating a day to all 30 NHL clubs.
Rivalries are a big part of what makes the NHL appealing. Any hockey game is great, but when you add an element of dislike for your opponent, the game gets even more exciting.
Sean Couturier emerged as a legitimate two-way center last season, finally taking a big step forward after a good but uninspiring first two seasons in the NHL .
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 10:18 pm
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