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Talked to two sources here at the NHL Draft tonight and they both said the Flyers are very much in the mix to get into the Keith Yandle sweeps - if Phoenix moves him. Apparently, Coyotes GM Don Maloney is finding there is serious interest for his 25-year-old defenseman, who a lot of clubs like - including Detroit, which I am told is prepared to make a solid offer. The Flyers are also talki...
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