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Flyers Sign Defensive Prospect Hägg

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Flyers Sign Defensive Prospect Hägg

This morning, the Philadelphia Flyers signed one of the many promising, young defenseman in the system to an entry-level deal. Robert Hägg, the second-round pick in the 2013 draft, inked his first contract with the team. He will report to the Adirondack Phantoms of the American Hockey League (AHL) on Monday. The 19-year-old defenseman has […]

Flyers Acquire MacDonald from Islanders

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Flyers Acquire MacDonald from Islanders

By: Andrew Dintino (@AndrewTOU_THG) The trade deadline is just one day away. Paul Holmgren made his first move today, addressing the team’s biggest need: defense. The Philadelphia Flyers have acquired defenseman Andrew MacDonald from the New York Islanders, as first reported by Arthur Staple of Newsday. The Flyers will send forward Matt Mangene, a 2014 […]

Potential Trade Targets for Flyers

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Potential Trade Targets for Flyers

By: Andrew Dintino (@AndrewTOU_THG) As Wednesday’s trade deadlines nears, the Philadelphia Flyers continue to pop up as contenders to land several of the marquee players that are available this year. Here are a couple (there are more beyond this list) of the players that the Flyers have been linked to or who would be worthwhile […]

Flyers Garnering Points at Sochi Games

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Flyers Garnering Points at Sochi Games

By: Andrew Dintino (@AndrewD_TOU) While the National Hockey League breaks for the Olympic games, all eyes are on Sochi, the site of the 22nd winter games. The Philadelphia Flyers sent five of their own to represent their countries: Mark Streit (Switzerland), Michael Raffl (Austria), Andrej Meszaros (Slovakia), Kimmo Timonen (Finland), and Jakub Voracek (Czech Republic). […]

Steve Mason Inks Extension with Flyers

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Steve Mason Inks Extension with Flyers

By: Andrew Dintino (@AndrewD_TOU) Goaltending hasn’t exactly been a forte for the Philadelphia Flyers organization in recent years. After all of his predecessors failed to provide stability in the net, Ilya Bryzgalov was brought in to put an end to this endless plight. That backfired. Bryzgalov and his monstrous contract were bought out this past […]

Claude Giroux Snubbed by Hockey Canada for 2014 Olympic Games

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Claude Giroux Snubbed by Hockey Canada for 2014 Olympic Games

  By: Andrew Dintino (@AndrewD_TOU) After beginning the season on an unproductive note, Claude Giroux has elevated his game to the level at which he is capable of playing. With 12 goals and 26 assists, the Philadelphia Flyers captain now leads his team in points by a sizable margin. Just as the play of Giroux […]

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Report: Flyers to Play Capitals in 2015 Winter Classic

  By Andrew Dintino (@AndrewD_TOU) In 2010, Fenway Park served as host to the most unique event of the National Hockey League’s schedule: the Winter Classic. The Philadelphia Flyers fell to the Boston Bruins on that frigid, New Year’s day, by a score of 2-1 in overtime. The scene shifted to the City of Brotherly […]