Broad Street Bull Archive: July, 2012

Voracek 'big part' of Flyers' future

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After a summer of discontent, there was finally some positive news for the Flyers on Thursday as they signed RW Jake Voracek to a multi-year... Read more

Flyers, Lavy close to extension

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GM Paul Holmgren told The Inquirer that Flyers' coach Peter Laviolette will be given an extension and that he expects the deal to be completed... Read more

Holmgren: 'We have to move forward'

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In a conference call with reporters on Wednesday, Flyers GM Paul Holmgren said he doesn't plan to pursue another RFA from an opponent this... Read more

Sources: No trade talks for Weber

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Two sources with knowledge of the situation confirmed that the Flyers and Nashville Predators have NOT had any trade talks since star defenseman... Read more

Nashville retains Weber

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Shea it aint so. The Flyers have struck out with another marquee free agent. Nashville announced it had matched the Flyers' 14-year, 110-million... Read more

Mixed signals in Weber saga

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As this is being written, there are a little less than 48 hours until Nashville has to make a decision on whether to match the Flyers' bold... Read more

Bombshell: Flyers make offer to Weber; will Nashville match?

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The Flyers hope they have found Chris Pronger’s successor. His name is Shea Weber, a 6-foot-4, 232-pounder who is arguably the game's... Read more

Flyers, Habs: Best ice in NHL

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In baseball, many top-flight free-agents have selected teams because they thought their ballpark was tailored to their strengths. For the... Read more

Holmgren relying on kids' growth

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After listening to Flyers GM Paul Holmgren Thursday, I get the sense that _ unless other teams bring down their demands _ he will not be a... Read more

Parise, Suter to Minn.; Flyers go to Plan B

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The Flyers made huge offers, but in the end, they fell on deaf ears. Defenseman Ryan Suter and left winger Zach Parise, the prizes in this... Read more