Found September 18, 2013 on The Hockey Guys:
By David Strehle (@David_Strehle) As GM Paul Holmgren said would be the case, the Philadelphia Flyers trimmed 28 players from training camp Wednesday and now have 32 players on on the roster. Some of the more notable cuts: Sam Morin — The 11th-overall selection in this past summer’s NHL draft did not look out of place in two home preseason games, in which he played well in excess of 20 minutes per game. After inking a three-year entry-level contract Tuesday, Morin mentioned via Twitter that he had been returned to his junior club, the Rimouski Oceanic of the QMJHL. He thanked the Flyers organization, and said “great fans, great city”. Tye McGinn — The 6′ 2″, 205-pound left wing was sent to the Adirondack Phantoms while Ben Holmstrom, Michael Raffl, Chris VandeVelde, and Kris Newbury remained with the big club. It would appear that the third line left wing job is between Raffl and Scott Laughton, who also made the cut. The following players were sent to the Adirondack Phantoms: Br...
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