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Published: Mon, 21 Aug 2017 15:40:47 GMT

 



After taking a step back, Flyers' Ghost primed to regain rookie form
Defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere says there are "no excuses" this season and he is ready to show his rookie year wasn't a fluke.



Paul Holmgren: Flyers have paved way toward being relevant
With arguably the NHL's top farm system (really), the Flyers are poised to make strides this season.



South Jersey's Johnny Gaudreau holding benefit golf tournament
Several NHL players will participate in the event, which will benefit Gloucester Catholic High.



Ron Hextall says Flyers needed change in goal
Brian Elliott was the best option for the Flyers in the free-agent market, the team's general manager says.



Flyers not interested in ageless Jaromir Jagr
Even in an "off" year, Jaromir Jagr contributed 16 goals - eight on the power play - and 46 points last season for Florida.



Flyers sign goalie Brian Elliott, hoping he regains St. Louis form
Brian Elliott is considerably cheaper than Steve Mason. The two are considered equals in the net.



Ron Hextall's patience pays off as Jordan Weal stays with Flyers
With Brayden Schenn traded, it was important that the Flyers signed blossoming Jordan Weal. The two sides got it done.






New goalie, old story for Flyers
Brian Elliott will sign with the Flyers on Saturday. Look for him to be similar to Steve Mason.



Columbus Blue Jackets buy out Scott Hartnell, making him a free agent
Flyers officials did not respond when asked to comment on whether they would consider bringing back the fan favorite.