Michael "Arnold" Raffl, Scott Laughton, and Matt Read face stiff competition as they attempt to earn rosters spots with the Flyers this season. They are off to a good start.
The Flyers' top line in one of their exhibition games Wednesday might have Claude Giroux centering Oskar Lindblom and Jake Voracek. Is it a sign of things to come?
Several Flyers' rookies played well in a 3-2 OT loss to the Islanders on Sunday.
Flyers general manager Ron Hextall confirmed that he had hired Lombardi, his onetime mentor, to assist him in the front office.
John Tavares won it for the Islanders 34 seconds into OT.
The defense in particular is a glimpse of the future.
Flyers goalie Michal Neuvirth, who became a father on Monday, is in much better shape than at the start of last season.
New Flyers forward Jori Lehtera is hoping to regain the form that produced 14 goals and 44 points three seasons ago.
The Flyers' camp opened with fast-paced drills and lots of skating _ and more skating _ as they prepare for the 2017-18 season.
The GM is breaking from the Flyers' long history of impatience, but that doesn't mean he doesn't employ some traditional ways of thinking.
Giroux praised Lindblom, a rookie who is expected to make the team.
No shocker: The Flyers sent four of their June draft picks to their junior teams. Nolan Patrick was not one of them.
The Flyers are going to get younger and faster this season, but there will be growing pains.
Stevens' son plays for the Islanders, and scored the first goal Wednesday night. The Flyers play at L.A. in the season's first week.