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With the free agent market tapering off and the Flyers on the brink of extending Peter Laviolette's contract, I thought today would be a good time to look at Laviolette's standing among all the coaches in team history. Thus far, Laviolette's legacy in Philly is a rather mixed bag of dramatic success, dramatic failure and near-disaster that turned out well.
On the positive side, he's taken the t...
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Claude Giroux had surgery on both of his wrists after the Flyers were eliminated from the playoffs last season, and now the assistant captain says Sidney Crosby is the reason why.
Giroux told the Timmons Press in Ontario that Crosby’s hacking throughout the playoffs injured him.
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The Flyers offseason hasn’t exactly gone to script so far, but there was finally some good news to report yesterday. The Flyers finally agreed to terms with winger Jakub Voracek, a restricted free agent, on a 4-year, $17 million deal.
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