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What's Next for Philadelphia Flyers After Jakub Voracek Extension?

The Philadelphia Flyers took care of business by inking top winger Jakub Voracek to an eight-year contract extension worth $66 million on Thursday, and it was a fiscally sane transaction from a team with a history of spending money on...Show More Summary

Jakub Voracek, Flyers Agree to New Contract: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

The Philadelphia Flyers announced a long-term contract extension for Jakub Voracek on Thursday. The dynamic winger finished tied for fourth in the NHL in scoring last season with 81 points. Frank Seravalli of TSN Hockey reported Voracek is set to earn $66 million over eight seasons for an annual average value of $8.25 million. Show More Summary

Sean Couturier, Flyers Agree to New Contract: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

The Philadelphia Flyers have held on to a center capable of playing second-line hockey. According to NBC ProHockey Talk, Philadelphia re-signed Sean Couturier to a six-year, $26 million deal on Tuesday evening. Couturier has put up consistent numbers his past two seasons, though they are not capable of lighting up any scoresheet. Show More Summary

Grading the Top Offseason Moves for the Philadelphia Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers have had an active start to the offseason and are starting to trend in the right direction. It is fair to say that the team wasn't looked at seriously under former general manager Paul Holmgren in terms of contracts...Show More Summary

Brind'Amour, Watson to the Philadelphia Flyers HOF

Lost amidst the hoopla of the Hockey Hall of Fame’s announcement of their latest class, the Philadelphia Flyers have announced who the next members of their Hall of Fame will be. Jim Watson, a member of the Philadelphia Flyers back-to-back Stanley Cup Championship teams from the 1970’s was chosen. Show More Summary

Philadelphia Flyers' Complete Guide to Free Agency

When a freighter changes course, it takes plenty of time and patience to turn the ship around. The same could be said for the Philadelphia Flyers, who are in the second year of their franchise rebuild under new general manager Ron Hextall. After...Show More Summary

Sam Gagner to Flyers: Latest Trade Details, Comments, Reaction

According to Philadelphia Flyers general manager Ron Hextall, his team has acquired center Sam Gagner from the Arizona Coyotes for defenseman Nicklas Grossmann and the contract of defenseman Chris Pronger. The Flyers also receive a conditional draft pick for 2016 or 2017. Show More Summary

2015 NHL Draft Guide for Philadelphia Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers missed the playoffs last season and enter the draft with the opportunity to start building forward. The Flyers hold the No. 7 overall pick and the No. 29 pick in the first round, the No. 61 pick in the second round and the Nos. Show More Summary

Stanley Cup 2015: Blackhawks vs. Lightning Results, Highlights and Top Comments

For the third time in six years, the Chicago Blackhawks are kings of the NHL. After dropping the Philadelphia Flyers in 2010 and the Boston Bruins in 2013, the Blackhawks solidified their status as a hockey dynasty with a 4-2 seriesShow More Summary

Best Fit for Philadelphia Flyers in the 2015 NHL Draft

The Philadelphia Flyers have five picks in the first three rounds of the NHL draft, and general manager Ron Hextall has an opportunity to stock the prospect pantry. There is also the chance that the team will trade some of these picks...Show More Summary

2015-16 Philadelphia Flyers Ice Girl Auditions

Interested in becoming a Flyers Ice Girl? The Philadelphia Flyers are holding auditions and are seeking energetic, outgoing candidates who love the game of hockey! Date: Tuesday, June 23, 2015 Time: 6pm – 10pm Location: Virtua Center Skate Zone 601 Laurel Oak Road, Voorhees Township, NJ 08043 Pre-registration for the audition is preferred and [...]

Eric Desjardins officially in the Flyers HOF

Last night, the Philadelphia Flyers inducted Eric Desjardins into the franchise’s Hall of Fame. The former NHL Defenceman spent his first six seasons and change with the Montreal Canadians, and was a very big part of their 1993 Stanley...Show More Summary

Eric Lindros, John LeClair to the Flyers HOF

The Hockey Hall of Fame may be snubbing Eric Lindros, but the Philadelphia Flyers have welcomed #88 back into the fold where he has entered the team’s Hall of Fame. Lindros is not alone in this year’s class as his long time line mate in Philadelphia, John LeClair, joined him. Show More Summary

Ranking the Biggest Challenges for Philadelphia Flyers Head Coach Dave Hakstol

The Philadelphia Flyers fired head coach Craig Berube after the end of the regular season, and there were many who thought that team owner Ed Snider would bring in a big name like Mike Babcock or Todd McLellan to replace him. TSN's Darren...Show More Summary

Dave Hakstol Named Flyers Head Coach: Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

The Philadelphia Flyers went into the college ranks for a man to lead their rebuilding effort, naming University of North Dakota's Dave Hakstol their next head coach Monday. “Dave brings a wealth of head coaching experience and success...Show More Summary

How To Erase A Black Eye (Men's Health)

Control swelling, promote healing and appear like less of an animal with this plan from Dr Gary Dorshimer, head team physician for ice hockey team the Philadelphia Flyers.

Players Philadelphia Flyers Should Target with No. 7 Overall Pick

The Philadelphia Flyers are a franchise at a crossroads, and their first selection at the 2015 NHL draft could reveal the direction the team is heading in. General manager Ron Hextall relieved Craig Berube of his coaching duties on Friday, and there is no timeline to put a new coach in place. Show More Summary

Ranking the Best Candidates to Replace Craig Berube as Flyers Head Coach

On Friday, the Philadelphia Flyers made the unsurprising decision to fire head coach Craig Berube. Berube, who was originally hired three games into last season after the Peter Laviolette-led Flyers went 0-3 to start the year, had a strong debut campaign with the club but was much less successful as a sophomore. Show More Summary

Craig Berube Fired by Flyers: Latest Details, Comments and Reaction

After just two seasons at the helm, the Philadelphia Flyers relieved Craig Berube of his head coaching duties Friday. The organization made the official announcement on its Twitter account: The 49-year-old coach played in over 1,000Show More Summary

Complete Guide to the 2015 Offseason for the Philadelphia Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers didn ’t have the season they wanted in 2014-15, and it is a disappointment when you consider the talent on the roster. The Flyers were a playoff team last season, and they entered the season with some expectations. Philadelphia...Show More Summary

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