The Philadelphia Flyers have built a great foundation, but it remains to be seen if their supporting cast is ready to help propel them into the playoffs. 324 more words
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When you ponder the Philadelphia Flyers’ roster, it doesn’t immediately scream “hopeless.”
That’s especially true if you scroll down starting with the forwards; the one-two punch of Claude Giroux and Jakub Voracek is complemented by the unusual power play + power forward work of Wayne Simmonds as well some other nice pieces. 294 more words
Throughout the month of August, PHT will be dedicating a day to all 30 NHL clubs. Today’s team? The Arizona Coyotes.
The Arizona Coyotes struggled both offensively and defensively last season, and as a result they finished 29th overall with a 24-50-8 record. 326 more words
A lot of players have shuffled in and out of Oilers’ uniforms since fated Cup run of 05-06. Some of these players are particularly emblematic of a management team addled in its thinking and crabbed in its execution. 697 more words
Every GM experiences a hiccup or two, but there are many signs that Ron Hextall has a sound plan for the Philadelphia Flyers. Unfortunately, Paul Holmgren left behind quite the mess. 350 more words
By Tom Dougherty, CSNPhilly.com
Sam Gagner began quite frankly.
“It’s a very storied franchise, if I had a chance to play there, it’d be very exciting,” Gagner said Sunday on a conference call. 936 more words