Flyers sign former first-round pick Chris Stewart to pro tryout

Stewart should compete to be on the Flyers' third or fourth lines.

Flyers sign former first-round pick Chris Stewart to pro tryout

Stewart should compete to be on the Flyers' third or fourth lines.

Bryce Harper rates local pizza with Barstool Sports founder, who declares truce with Philly

A day before his game-ending heroics, Harper shared a pizza with Philly rival-turned-admirer Dave Portnoy, the founder of Barstool Sports.

Bryce Harper rates local pizza with Barstool Sports founder, who declares truce with Philly

A day before his game-ending heroics, Harper shared a pizza with Philly rival-turned-admirer Dave Portnoy, the founder of Barstool Sports.

Flyers sign winger Nicolas Aube-Kubel to two-way contract

The Flyers drafted Aube-Kubel in 2014. He has spent most of his career so far in the minor leagues.

Flyers sign winger Nicolas Aube-Kubel to two-way contract

The Flyers drafted Aube-Kubel in 2014. He has spent most of his career so far in the minor leagues.
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Flyers re-sign Scott Laughton to a two-year deal, avoid arbitration

The versatile bottom-six forward gets a contract worth $2.3 million annually.

With Scott Laughton signed, Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher turns toward Ivan Provorov and Travis Konecny

Getting deals with the remaining RFAs might be a little more challenging for the Flyers president & GM, who seems content with waiting for the market to be set.

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Paul Holmgren’s departure from the Flyers doesn’t mean what you might think it means | Mike Sielski

It’s a sign that the franchise is embracing the past, not breaking from it.

Flyers’ Scott Laughton among 40 NHL players who file for salary arbitration

Laughton, 25, the Flyers’ first-round selection in 2012 (20th overall), was also used on the penalty kill last season. He made $962,500 last year.

Offseason moves by Flyers, Rangers, and Devils make NHL’s Metropolitan division much more balanced | Sam Carchidi

While the Flyers made upgrades and should push for a playoff spot, the teams below them in the Metropolitan Division last season did even better. The teams in front of them, however, haven’t had overwhelming offseasons.

An early projection of the Flyers’ retooled lineup for the 2019-20 season

The Flyers will have a new-look defense and a handful of changes on their front lines in 2019-20 season. Here’s how the lineup may look.

Flyers, Kjell Samuelsson will be closely monitoring Western Michigan

Samuelsson, the team's director of player development, has four connections to Western Michigan, including two sons on the team.

With an eye on rising prospects and young players, Flyers stay conservative in free-agent market

GM Chuck Fletcher didn't want to blow cap space on unnecessary long-term contracts and risk losing a young player down the road.

Former Flyer Wayne Simmonds signs with rival New Jersey Devils

Simmonds, who became a fan favorite for his scoring and gritty play during his eight seasons in Philadelphia, signed a one-year, $5 million contract Monday with the Devils.

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The Flyers enter free agency after making a big move for Kevin Hayes. They have to be right. | Mike Sielski

His average annual salary-cap hit is steep. The team better hope that he’s worth it.

Will Flyers make a move today when free agency starts?

The NHL’s free-agent period starts Monday at noon. The Flyers will be in the market for a third-line right winger, but may not have enough cap room to get the player they desire.

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