Flyers Now Archive: September, 2013

Flyers waive 4 players

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LAKE PLACID, N.Y. -- Before even taking the ice at Herb Brooks Arena, the Flyers’ roster has shrunk to 27 players. The Flyers placed... Read more

3 Flyers battle for spot

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LAKE PLACID, N.Y.: Scott Laughton, Michael Raffl and (surprise, surprise) Chris VandeVelde appear to be battling for a remaining forward spot... Read more

Flyers make 28 roster cuts, send Morin back to juniors

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One day after earning his first big league contract, the Flyers decided to send first round pick Samuel Morin back to his junior team in Quebec... Read more

Veteran tryout Hal Gill likely to stick around

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Hal Gill has played in 1,212 NHL games - including the Stanley Cup playoffs - throughout his career. On the eve of his first season without... Read more

Flyers sign Morin to 3-year deal

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The Flyers have signed 6-foot-6, 211-pound defenseman Sam Morin to a three-year entry-level deal for $4.275 million, including bonuses. Selected... Read more

Emery gets nod as Flyers face Caps at WFC

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Ray Emery, who is battling Steve Mason for the starting goalie job, will start for the Flyers Monday night when they play Washington in an... Read more

Stolarz impressive in London

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LONDON, Ontario -- To the groan of the crowd, every time the public address announcer conveyed a promotion or information inside Budweiser... Read more

Flyers set roster for exhibition opener

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Rookie forwards Scott Laughton and Nick Cousins are among the players the Flyers are taking on their two-game, preseason road trip. They play... Read more

Flyers' Simmonds not returning to London

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LONDON, Ontario -- Two years after being victimized in a racially motivated on-ice incident that temporarily gave this charming city a black... Read more

Gagne rips Holmgren for 'slap in the face'

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Left winger Simon Gagne sharply criticized Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren in an interview with LaPresse, saying he was misled about getting... Read more