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Flyers Four-Check: This Week in Philadelphia Flyers Hockey

This week in the Flyers Four-Check: The Flyers signed an important restricted free agent…just not the one they had hoped for. Paul Holmgren has one contract hit, one contract miss and one important extension on the horizon. And the Atlantic Division just got that much more lethal. The Four-Check dives into the biggest stories this week in Flyers hockey. Begin Slideshow
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