Happy Monday, Philadelphia Flyers fans! Here are the latest rumblings around the National Hockey League:
Flyers Goal Scored By writes the eulogy for the 2013-14 New York Rangers.
The Chicago Blackhawks are favored to win the Stanley Cup in 2015. The Flyers are ranked 15th on the list at 28/1 odds.
Bill Meltzer breaks down the top Russian prospects entering the NHL Draft.
Broad Street Hockey gives exactly how much the Flyers have to spend.
Andrei Markov, a pending free agent, is looking for a three-year, $18 million contract.
Remember Ville Leino? Well there is a good chance the Buffalo Sabres will buy him out.
The New York Rangers are planning to buy out Brad Richards.
Bob McKenzie rapid fire:
- Ales Hemsky is done in Ottawa after rejecting a three-year, $10 million offer
- P.A. Parenteau is now on the trade market.
- The Anaheim Ducks have reportedly set their sights on Ryan Kesler and Jason Spezza.
- Mike Cammalleri and the Calgary Flames are negotiating a new deal.
Why the NHL salary cap could skyrocket with the new TV deal.
Things could get a little heated between Ryan O’Reilly and the Colorado Avalanche.
Wayne Gretzky placed ninth on a government poll that ranked Canada’s greatest heroes.
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