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Bill Meltzer breaks down a variety of Flyers-related topics.

In this article, Bill Meltzer tackles everything from Brandon Manning to this day in Flyers history. He explains Mannings potential role on the Phantoms as to that of the Flyers. The status of Steven Delisle is also a topic of this post.

A video going behind the scenes of development camp.

This video gives a behinf the scenes look at the Philadelphia Flyers development camp. The camp took place from July 10-15. All of the Flyers draft picks fromt he 2014 draft attended the camp along with prospects like Scott Laughton, Sam Morin, and Robert Hagg.

The Flyers need to learn how to develop defensemen.

Even though we now have a fine crop of promising defensive prospects, that does not mean that the Flyers have learned how to develop defensemen. The Flyers have a historically bad track record in regards to their prospects on the blue-line. This article dives into the problem and some possible solutions.

Is Steve Mason good enough for the Flyers to win a Cup?

Jeremy Roenick is now on record speculating as to whether or not Steve Mason is good enough in Philadelphia. Although Mason had a stellar season and a spectacular playoff run, there are still many who doubt his abilities. He was terrible for multiple years in Columbus, therefore there are still questions about his long-term abilities.

What will Gostisbehere bring to the Flyers?

This article from brings us a good look at Shayne Gostisbehere. Gostisbehere figures to be a fun player to watch. His great speed and playmaking ability are sorely lacking from the Flyers blue-line. Although he may spend time in Lehigh Valley, he will be a fun player.

NHL News

Kane and Toews did not consider leaving Chicago.

The Sabres have agreed to a contract extension with Tyler Ennis.

Are the Lightning after Dion Phaneuf?


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