‘Fire Fletcher’: GM Change Should Only Be Start of Flyers Overhaul

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One day prior to the four-year anniversary of Ron Hextall’s firing as Flyers GM, chants of “Fire Fletcher” could be heard at Wells Fargo Center. Chuck Fletcher’s time should be running out, but it’s not the only change that needs to be made.

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Flyers: On Management, Hiring an Outside Agency, and Future Decisions

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John Tortorella certainly knew all the right things to say, but doesn’t have much of a filter. What you see is what you get with him, there’s no gray area. That hardly appears to be the case with Flyers management. There’s a lot of gray area right now, in terms of making decisions, who is on board with what, and what the future may hold.

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Return in Giroux Trade the Result of Shortcomings by Flyers Management

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In the end, Giroux ultimately held the keys to his destination. Florida was where he wanted to be. That left the Flyers limited in what they could get in return. If nothing else, the return in the Giroux deal is more of a reality of what the state of the Flyers is and remains after this trade, and the result of years of shortcomings by the organization.

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Giroux to Be Honored Thursday for 1,000th NHL Game

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Claude Giroux has appeared in every game since Jan. 13 and will take the ice for his 1,000th game in the NHL and in a Flyers uniform on Thursday night against the Nashville Predators. Prior to the game, the Flyers will hold a ceremony to honor Giroux’s milestone.

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YWT: The Philadelphia Flyers Podcast – YWT #140 – The Farewell Tour?

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The guys are back as the NHL’s All-Star weekend is in the books. In his seventh All-Star appearance, Flyers captain Claude Giroux scored three goals and one assist in two games and took home MVP honors. The guys ponder his future and if this the start of the farewell tour.

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Full Range of Emotions: 10 Takeaways from Flyers Press Conference with Chuck Fletcher and Dave Scott

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Wednesday’s Flyers press conference with Dave Scott and Chuck Fletcher was another example of just how far the Flyers are from an identity and a sense of direction. It presents more questions than answers, and it runs through a range of emotions that rival the five stages of grief – some congruent like anger and denial and others like irrationality and delusion.

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Flyers at Halfway: 3 Questions for the Remainder of the Season

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At the halfway point of the 2021-22 season, the playoffs aren’t happening and things appear to be in shambles on and off the ice. So what happens in the final 41 games? What makes them noteworthy? Here are three questions that are facing the Flyers going forward for the remainder of the season.

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Flyers Training Camp Day 2 Update: Morin Learning New Position on Fly

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The transition to playing left wing will be a work in progress for Sam Morin, who is trying his best to learn on the fly. He continues to watch film of Matt Martin, and took some advice from Danny Briere during practice as well as talking to other teammates about the position as well.

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Flyers Greatest Moments: The Shootout

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The scene shifted to Philadelphia for the final game on April 11 and it set up one of the best finishes and a memorable playoff run. Here is a look back at the Shootout.

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Series in Review: Flyers-Bruins 2010

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It is a series that proved why every game of the series matters and how many little moments can shift the momentum or make a team rise to the occasion. Here is a look back at the Flyers improbable comeback against the Boston Bruins in 2010 as we continue our Series in Review series.

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Series in Review: Flyers-Blackhawks 2010

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Someone’s long drought was going to come to an end. Obviously, we know which one ended and the heartbreaking ending it was for the Orange and Black against the Chicago Blackhawks. But how close were the Flyers to actually winning the series and their first Stanley Cup since 1975 back in 2010? That’s what we’ll look at in this Series in Review.

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A Special Invite for Carson Briere at Flyers Development Camp

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One of the Flyers development camp invites was Carson Briere, son of Danny Briere. For father and son, it is a special week for a kid who grew up with the Flyers in Haddonfield, NJ.

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2019 Stadium Series Preview: Memorable Moments from Flyers-Penguins Rivalry

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As another installment of the always entertaining “Battle of Pennsylvania” approaches between the Flyers and Penguins in the 2019 Stadium Series, let’s take a look back at some of the most notable happenings throughout the history of this bitter rivalry.

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Former Flyer Scott Hartnell Announces Retirement

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Another member of the 2010 Eastern Conference Championship team is hanging up the skates for good. Scott Hartnell, a Flyer for seven years of his 17-year career, announced his retirement on Monday.

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