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The first ever 3-on-3 overtime in NHL history provided the league with exactly what it was looking for.
Scott Laughton was 18 the last time he played in an NHL regular-season opener.
Now that he has earned a spot in the Flyers' lineup, Luke Schenn is trying to adjust to a Russian defensive partner who is still learning English.
Lightning defenseman Braydon Coburn reflects on losing to Blackhawks in Stanley Cup Final for second time.
Tampa Bay coach Jon Cooper has a lot of respect for his opening-night opponent, the Flyers.
Marcus Hayes: Claude Giroux was made captain at a young age, but has grown into the role of Flyers leader.
Bob Ford: Rebuilding is what other teams have to do from time to time, but never the Flyers.
Thanks to the prognosticators' gloomy outlook for their team, the Flyers are playing with a chip on their collective shoulders.
It's hard to imagine the team making the postseason with few changes from last season's non-playoff team.
Dave Hakstol has implemented new systems and an emphasis on speed, aggression and competitiveness.
Scott Laughton is teamed with veterans R.J. Umberger, Matt Read, and the three had a strong debut.