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Buzz On Broad:
According to a report from Flyers' beat writer Randy Miller, you can look for Claude Giroux to be named captain before the season opener. This is a move that was desired and expected by many Flyers fans.
The naming of Giroux has captain has not yet been made official by the team, but if true, you can expect to hear the announcement in the coming days.
With the lockout ending early Sunday morning, players will prepare for the upcoming season. The National Hockey League has not announced the date on which their 48-50 game season will begin.
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