Philadelphia Flyers right wing Travis Konecny (11), right wing Tyson Foerster (71) and right wing Owen Tippett (74) acknowledge the fans after loss to the Washington Capitals during the second period at Wells Fargo Center.

Flyers Exit Day 2023-24: Quotes from Players Exit Interviews

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Flyers exit interviews for the players were on Wednesday. A look back at some of the standout quotes as the team departed following the 2023-24 season.

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A fan’s Philadelphia Flyers jersey on the ice after the Montreal Canadiens eight goal of the game during the third period at the Bell Centre.

Was It Worth It?: Flyers Surprising Season, Disappointing Ending Provides Clarity to Rebuild

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As a surprising Flyers season reaches a disappointing ending, there is wonder if the 2023-24 season was a giant waste of time. That’s hardly the case, as the fall from a playoff spot may all be part of the process, and shows just how far that process has to go.

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Flyers Head Coach John Tortorella Suspended 2 Games

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Flyers head coach John Tortorella was suspended for two games and fined $50,000 after being ejected from Saturday’s game in Tampa Bay.

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Right wing Mark Recchi #8 of the Philadelphia Flyers celebrates a goal with teammate left wing John LeClair #10 during the game against the Buffalo Sabres at HSBC Arena on March 18, 2003 in Buffalo, New York. The Sabres won 5-2.

Flyers: Leadership at the Foundation of Recchi’s Storied Career

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Mark Recchi’s storied career, which now adds Flyers Hall-of-Famer to Hockey Hall-of-Famer, was heavily rooted in his leadership qualities, which many discussed ahead of the induction.

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Philadelphia Flyers raised a banner in honor of their late owner, Ed Snider before game against Anaheim Ducks at Wells Fargo Center. The Ducks defeated the Flyers, 3-2.

Flyers: Snider Legacy Game Part of Restoring Culture

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As the Flyers rebuild, they are also working to repair the culture they were founded on. Saturday’s Ed Snider Legacy Game is another example.

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A view of the ice surface prior to a NHL game between the Philadelphia Flyers and the New York Rangers on January 16, 2016 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Flyers: Center Ice Logos a Sign of Rebuilding More than Just Roster

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The return of the traditional center-ice logo further shows the Flyers commitment to a rebuild and repairing the relationship with the fan base.

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Mark Recchi #8 of the Philadelphia Flyers skates during the NHL game against the Ottawa Senators at the Corel Center on December 23, 2002 in Ottawa, Canada. The game ended in a 2-2 tie.

Flyers News: Recchi to Be Inducted in Flyers Hall of Fame

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On Thursday, the Flyers announced that Mark Recchi will become the 28th member of the Flyers Hall of Fame in a pregame ceremony held on Saturday, Jan. 27, prior to the team’s game against the Boston Bruins. 

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Flyers Unveil New Jerseys for 2023-24 Season

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The Flyers unveiled new uniforms for the 2023-24 season that will continue to usher in the “New Era of Orange” with a nod to the history of the franchise.

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Flyers ‘New Era’ Becoming Full of Familiar Faces

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The Flyers front office now consists of two former players at the top – Keith Jones and Danny Briere – with Patrick Sharp and John LeClair in advisory roles. The names may be different, but the pedigree is the same.

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Valerie Camillo Leaving Flyers, Comcast-Spectacor

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Reports were confirmed on Monday that Valerie Camillo, President and CEO of Comcast Spectacor Sports and Entertainment who also oversaw business operations with the Flyers, will be leaving the company effective July 1.

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Briere’s Blockbuster Shows Flyers are Indeed ‘Open for Business’

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Danny Briere’s first trade as Flyers GM was a blockbuster, moving Ivan Provorov in a three-team trade and acquiring three players and three draft picks. It backed up Briere’s “open for business” comments ahead of a busy offseason.

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Flyers Introduce ‘New Era’: 5 Takeaways from the Press Conference

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The Flyers “new era” of leadership will involve five pillars and a triumvirate in making hockey-related decisions. It will be rooted in collaboration and teamwork. Five takeaways from the introductory press conference.

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Flyers “New Era” Raises Risky Questions

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The Flyers new era of leadership with Keith Jones and Danny Briere at the top of hockey operations, brings about some risky questions.

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Flyers Hire Jones as President, Remove Interim Tag from Briere

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The Flyers officially finalized their leadership group by naming Keith Jones as President of Hockey Operations and removing the interim tag from GM Danny Briere on Thursday morning.

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Tortorella on Accountability: ‘We’ve Got Some Work to Do’

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John Tortorella gave his exit interview on Monday afternoon and focused on the need for continued accountability for the Flyers. “The accountability factor as far as what’s expected, we’ve got some work to do.”

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YWT: The Philadelphia Flyers Podcast – YWT #178 – Making History

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The guys are back for a new YWT Podcast episode, discussing Dave Scott retiring, Dan Hilferty taking over, the Flyers recent play, Boston’s record and more.

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Dave Scott Retiring, Dan Hilferty to Take Over as Flyers Governor

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The Flyers announced that Dave Scott, chairman of Comcast-Spectacor and governor of the Flyers, will be retiring effective April 17. Dan Hilferty will take over as chairman of Comcast-Spectacor and Flyers governor.

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Danny Briere: Flyers Rebuild ‘Needs to Be Done the Right Way’

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Flyers interim GM Danny Briere met with the media on Sunday morning and officially went where his predecessor wouldn’t. The Flyers are officially in a rebuild, one that Briere says “needs to be done the right way.”

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