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Sam Gagner looks to fit into Hakstol's system

“At the end of the day we just didn’t think he could play center at the National Hockey level for us,”

That’s what the Arizona Coyotes general manager, Don Maloney had to say about trading Sam Gagner. 795 more words


Philadelphia Flyers ’15-16 Outlook

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

Philadelphia Flyers

Poll: Are the Flyers better off losing (a lot)?

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

Philadelphia Flyers

Poll: Will the Coyotes be the worst team in the NHL next season?

Arizona GM Don Maloney thinks his Coyotes are “going to be a better team” than the one that finished 29th overall last year.

In fact, he says they’re “entering the season to be a playoff team.” 207 more words

NHL Wide

It’s Arizona Coyotes day at PHT

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

Philadelphia Flyers

The Blank Generation: The 06-07 through 14-15 Oilers

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

Edmonton Oilers

Del Zotto deal is a reminder: Flyers are in salary cap jail

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

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