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The Flyers signed forward Jakub Voracek to a multi-year contract extension on Thursday.
Voracek came to Philadelphia last season in the deal that sent forward Jeff Carter to Columbus and had a big debut season in the Eastern Conference. He had 18 goals and 49 points in 78 regular-season games last season, and finished third on the Flyers in postseason scoring with 10 points.
''We are happy to have Jake under contract,'' Philadelphia general manager Paul Holmgren said, ''and look forward to him being a big part of our future.''
Across four seasons in the NHL, Voracek has 57 goals and 183 points in 319 regular-season games. He has played in just 15 postseason games, 11 of them with Philadelphia last season.
Voracek, 22, is one of the key cogs up front that Holmgren and coach Peter Laviolette would like to build around. He was one of seven Flyers to score at least 18 goals last season, and all but one - forward Jaromir Jagr, who signed with Dallas - ...
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via TSN, The Philadelphia Flyers have locked up one of their own restricted free agents, signing forward Jakub Voracek to a four-year, $17 million contract.
The deal was first reported by Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia.
Voracek, 22, scored 18 goals and 49 points in 78 games with the Flyers last season.
Voracek was drafted by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the 1st round (seventh...
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.
Jakub Voracek came to the Flyers as part of the Jeff Carter trade to Columbus, and while he struggled in the early going of last season, he got it...
Philadelphia Flyers GM Palu Holmgren kicked off a day’s worth of conference calls from the Flyers, Nashville Predators and Shea Weber, and the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Sam Carchidi kicks things off with a Cliff’s Notes version of Holmgren’s presser:
In a conference call with reporters a few minutes ago, Flyers GM Paul Holmgren said he probably won’t pursue another RFA this...
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By Charlie O’Connor (@THG_Charlie)
With the departure of Jaromir Jagr in free agency and the trade of James van Riemsdyk, the restricted free agent status of Jakub Voracek placed the Flyers’ forward corps in question.
But concerns regarding Voracek were quelled this morning, as the Philadelphia Flyers locked up the 23-year old winger to a...
from Frank Seravalli of the Philadelphia Daily News, This summer, Holmgren’s message has been consistent and stern with his young players. They’ve held off shipping any of them to other markets thus far — including deals for Rick Nash and Bobby Ryan.
That’s why it needs to continue to remain consistent in the remaining weeks of the summer, to avoid overcompensating to fill...
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The Philadelphia Flyers have taken many swings that have all resulted in misses in landing some of the marquee free agents this offseason, with Shea Weber being just the latest. The Flyers were a bit taken back when the Nashville Predators matched the 14 year/$110 million offer sheet that the Flyers gave to Weber last week.
And with the aftermath of missing out on yet...
Listen to general manager of the Philadelphia Flyers, Paul Holmgren, on a conference call discussing not signing Nashville Predators' defenseman, Shea Weber.The picture quality isn't great, and I apologize.
Paul Holmgren, Flyers GM, Conference Call by Fang Faction on Mixcloud
from the Flyers website, Q: Because of the way the offer sheet to Shea Weber was front-loaded, did you expect Nashville to match it?
“No, it was structured where we were hopeful that they wouldn’t match it. But, obviously they did and as I said yesterday we wish Shea and the Predators all the best. We tried to add, in our minds, one of the best defenseman in the game to a good...