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Time for Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher to be bold and change team’s culture — and goals | Sam Carchidi

The players, from their captain to their fourth liners, need to believe they have the ability to win a Cup, not just sneak into the playoffs.
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Time for Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher to be bold and change team’s culture — and goals | Sam Carchidi

The players, from their captain to their fourth liners, need to believe they have the ability to win a Cup, not just sneak into the playoffs.

New coach Alain Vigneault says Flyers will be better prepared under his watch

The new coach will have many challenges, and one of the biggest will be fixing the team's tendency to get off to slow starts in games and seasons.

New coach Alain Vigneault says Flyers will be better prepared under his watch

The new coach will have many challenges, and one of the biggest will be fixing the team's tendency to get off to slow starts in games and seasons.
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Chuck Fletcher makes case that new coach Alain Vigneault can quickly return Flyers to playoff contention | Sam Donnellon

The new Flyers coach thinks the team is closer than fans think to making a run at the Stanley Cup.
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Chuck Fletcher makes case that new coach Alain Vigneault can quickly return Flyers to playoff contention | Sam Donnellon

The new Flyers coach thinks the team is closer than fans think to making a run at the Stanley Cup.
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New Flyers coach Alain Vigneault says he needs to check off box on his bucket list: winning a Stanley Cup

"I’m going to work my butt off to get this done, and I’m very confident it’s going to work out.”

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In hiring Alain Vigneault, Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher chooses the road well traveled | Sam Donnellon

Fletcher's hire of Alain Vigneault is the latest indication that he entered this second go-round as an NHL general manager with a list of dos and don’ts from his nine years as the Wild GM.

Sports betting: Vegas Vic’s lines and picks for Thursday’s NBA and NHL playoff games

San Antonio is laying 3.5. They are a sweet 8-1 ATS in their last nine at home when favored by five or less.

New coach Alain Vigneault will try to quickly revive Flyers — like he did 3 other NHL teams

Vigneault took the Canadiens, the Canucks and the Rangers to the playoffs in the first year he coached the teams. Can he do it with the Flyers?

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Alain Vigneault is terrific, but you should still be skeptical of the Flyers’ decision to hire him | Mike Sielski

Regarded as a players’ coach, Vigneault brings an impressive résumé to the Flyers. But he might not be the type of coach the team needs right now.

After short search, Alain Vigneault hired as Flyers coach

Vigneault most recently coached the Rangers, before being fired in 2018. He also has guided the Canadiens and Canucks.

Carter Hart, future Flyers cornerstone, looks to improve after impressive rookie season

"All those experiences I’ve gone through will just help me going forward next year," the promising goalie says.

Flyers prospect Joel Farabee named nation’s top freshman; Felix Sandstrom impressive in AHL debut

Farabee, who plays for Boston University, was drafted in the first round last June.

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Claude Giroux’s challenge: Getting young Flyers to believe | Sam Donnellon

Through four coaches, the only consistency under Giroux’s captaincy has been this team’s inconsistency.

Could Dan Bylsma, with his connections to GM Chuck Fletcher, become Flyers’ next coach?

Dan Bylsma may be best remembered in Philly provoking former Flyers coach Peter Laviolette during a 2012 game while Bylsma was coaching the Penguins, but that wouldn't matter to Chuck Fletcher.

Who could be the Flyers’ next coach? Here’s a list of top candidates | Sam Carchidi

General managers, such as the Flyers’ Chuck Fletcher, like to put their imprint on things when with a new team.For that reason, my gut says Scott Gordon will not be promoted from interim to head coach.

NHL playoffs: Previewing first-round matchups, picks and odds

As the quest for the Stanley Cup begins, we take a look at the field.

Flyers’ Shayne Gostisbehere admits to injury, pledges he will be much improved next season

The defenseman's lateral movement, which usually ranks among the NHL’s best, was hindered this season. He vows things will change.

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