Found November 05, 2013 on Flyers Faithful:
Welcome to Around the Net, a weekly look through linkage at the Philadelphia Flyers and other news from around the NHL. Wait till next year Scott Laughton is too good for juniors but he can’t escape until next season: [Broad Street Hockey] Gameday preview A look ahead at tonight’s tilt against the Canes: [Hockeybuzz-Bill Meltzer] Brawl fallout Everyone has an opinion: [The Checking Line] [The Hockey Writers] [Puck Daddy] [Hockeybuzz-Paul Stewart] Watch the Flyers fight their way back into contention in the Metro division. Get your Philadelphia Flyers tickets here. That’s all for today, join us here on Friday for more links …Continue reading »
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