Found August 13, 2013 on Flyers Faithful:
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Glen Miller: Jackets Bring Back Shelley; Hire New Assistant GM

The Columbus Blue Jackets have brought veteran tough guy and fan-favorite Jody Shelley back to the organization; though his role with the team will have nothing to do with dropping the mitts against some of the NHL's toughest competitors. Shelley was hired as a broadcast associate and team ambassador. The Jackets all-time leader in penalty minutes will provide analysis for...

Flyers Have Defensive Core for Future

Shayne Ghostisbehere, Sam Morin, and Robert Hagg converse at the Flyers’ 2013 Development Camp ( For the past few years, defense has certainly not been a strong point for the Philadelphia Flyers. That may be an understatement. In the 2011-12 season, the Flyers ranked eleventh in the National Hockey League for most goals against. In [...]

It’s Playoffs Or Bust For Steve Mason

from Luke Fox of Sportsnet, Judging by his gleaming-white smile, Steve Mason is the happiest guy in the room. The goaltender is still weeks away from training camp, yet he’s already describing the NHL offseason — one of the shortest ever, with the lockout pushing the Stanley Cup final to the end of June and the 2014 Winter Games spurring an Oct. 1 start to 2013-14 ...

Sean Couturier is kind of a big deal

It’s easy to look at Sean Couturier’s final line for the 2013 season and claim that he had a down year. Four goals, eleven assists, for fifteen points, and a minus-eight in 46 games. That’s good for being tied for eleventh in goals, seventh in assists, eighth in points, and fifth worst on the team in plus-minus. Frankly, most people expected more from the highly promising young...

Bill Meltzer: Meltzer's Musings: Wednesday Quick Hits

Wednesday Quick Hits * One of the more interesting tidbits to come out of the Flyers' season ticket holder meeting on Monday was head coach Peter Laviolette's response to a question about whether the acquisition of Mark Streit would cause the team to make changes to its first power play unit, featuring Kimmo Timonen and Jakub Voracek as the high men in the umbrella setup...
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