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Image courtesy of The Reporter Online Well it's obvious the NHL is back, and boy did the city of Philadelphia need it.  The Eagles are still looking for their new head coach, but they are getting closer.  The Flyers are about to be in full swing, and the Sixers...well, you know. The Gus Bus has arrived, and the organization and Gus Bradley met for quite a while.  Here is everything you need to know about the potential head coach: (Bleeding Green Nation) The worst kept secret is finally over, the Philadelphia Flyers have named Claude Giroux captain.  G is the organization's 19th captain. (The Orange Update) This never gets old.  The NHL made a huge step today as they made the contract buyouts "accelerated".  Basically Scott Gomez and Wade Redden are getting bought out, and their fans love it. (Backhand Self) If you missed the Sixers game because you were watching something else, anything else, here is a recap of the team's loss to the Hornets. (Philadunkia) While the Eagles were waiting for Gus Bradley's plane to land, the team has signed a veteran offensive tackle, Allen Barbre. (Philadelphia Eagles) Former Flyer James van Reimsdyk was injured yesterday at the Toronto Maple Leafs training camp. (Editor In Leaf) "Do your job!"---Casey "Gus" Bradley video after the jump
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