Found August 08, 2012 on Buzz On Broad:

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A day after the news of Andrej Meszaros being out indefinitely, the Flyers made a small splash today. The Flyers have announced today, the signings of defenseman Marc-Andre Bourdon, and the 2012 first round pick Scott Laughton.

Bourdon was signed to a multi-year contract, while Laughton was signed to an entry level contract.  Bourdon will likely see some time in the NHL this season with Meszaros being out.

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