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More and more, it is looking like the Flyers may stand pat for the remainder of the summer apart from re-signing restricted free agents Jakub Voracek and Marc-Andre Bourdon. It still remains to be seen if Voracek can be signed to a multi-year deal or if the team and agent Petr Svoboda can only agree to another one-year deal with Voracek becoming a restricted free agent again next summer.
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Flyers’ winger Scott Hartnell, who will enter this season in the final year of his contract, has let it be known that he would like to continue his career in Philadelphia.
Hartnell led the Flyers in scoring last year with a career high 37 goals. He posted a total of 67 points, also a career high.
Hartnell signed a 6-year deal after being traded to the Flyers from Nashville in...
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Sault Ste. Marie general manager Kyle Dubas put it succinctly.
“Nick Cousins is a strong kid who tends to be hated by opposition players and fans.”
And Cousins wouldn’t have it any other way.
“I have fun doing it, it’s the role I accept,” Cousins said prior to the Flyers Developmental Camp in Voorhees this week. “I’ve accepted that role ever...
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Breakups can be difficult, especially when they are with someone you’ve been with for quite some time or someone you have admired for years. Emotional heartstrings can be tugged and dismay could ensue.
But in the end, sometimes the best option for both parties is to just walk...
Sat down with Ian Laperriere on Tuesday to chat about this being his first rookie camp whe he is totally in charge as director of player development.
His job next season is to meet up with every player and spend some one-on-one time with them. It's not just following up on their on-ice performance but off the ice, scholastics (if applicable), nutrition, etc.