Flyers Starting to See Return of Injured Players

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The Philadelphia Flyers have had nothing but injury after injury to key players, young and old. Thankfully, things seem to be back on track with getting some important young stars back in action.

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Ian Laperriere Named Phantoms Head Coach

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The Flyers announced on Sunday evening that Ian Laperriere has been named the head coach of the organization’s AHL affiliate, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms.

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Flyers, Phantoms Head Coach Gordon Mutually Part Ways

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The Flyers announced on Tuesday that they have mutually agreed to part ways with Lehigh Valley Phantoms head coach Scott Gordon. In addition, Phantoms assistant coach Kerry Huffman stepped down from his position.

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Some Fresh Phantoms Faces the Flyers Should Use in Near Future

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There are plenty of opinions on how exactly the Flyers can improve for next season, seeing as there isn’t a lot, if any, hope left for a postseason berth. What if some of the answers were about 90 minutes away with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms?

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Flyers Prospect Corner: Phantoms Win in OT Again, Prospects Gear Up For Frozen Four

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It was another week, another overtime win for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, while the NCAA prospects exit their conference tournaments to focus their attention on the NCAA Tournament. Let’s recap.

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Flyers Prospect Corner: Foerster, Allison Net Firsts, NCAA Seasons End in Disappointment

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The Lehigh Valley Phantoms enjoyed a couple of wins this past week, thanks to newly-healthy Tyson Foerster and Wade Allison, while two NCAA prospects’ seasons ended in disappointment after they fail to advance in their various college hockey tournaments. Let’s recap.

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Flyers Prospect Corner: A Week of Postponements

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The Lehigh Valley Phantoms released their 25-man roster for training camp this past Monday. The Phantoms were scheduled to face off against the Binghamton Devils on Jan. 29, and then against the Hershey Bears on Jan. 31, but both games were postponed to maintain the health and safety of players, coaches, and other game day personnel.

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Why the Timing of Wyatte Wylie’s Deal with Flyers?

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Since being drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 5th round in 2018, Wyatte Wylie has emerged as a legitimate defensive prospect for the Orange and Black, and has the potential to make an impact in the NHL as soon as 2021-22.

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Scott Laughton Has Risen to Become Key Member of Flyers’ Bottom Six

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Since joining the Flyers organization, Scott Laughton has continued to prove why he is a vital asset to Philadelphia, by playing a more defensive role.

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Flyers May Have Another Late-Round Draft Gem in Kase

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While showing promise earlier on in the season, David Kase is trying to get back to where he was prior to his upper-body injury that kept him out from Dec. 7 to March 2. If he finds his scoring ability again, the Flyers will have yet another young star in the making.

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Phantoms Weekly Update: Late Rally Seals Weekend Split for Phantoms

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The Phantoms opened the month of November with a home-and-home against the Binghamton Devils and split the results, falling in overtime in Binghamton and rallying for a comeback win in overtime on Saturday.

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Phantoms Weekly Update: Phantoms Go 1-1-1 in First 3-in-3 Weekend

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The Phantoms had their first 3-in-3 weekend and posted a 1-1-1 record over the weekend, with the team losing both of Carter Hart’s starts and getting a win in the season debut for Alex Lyon.

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Phantoms Report: Phantoms Rally for Late Comeback Win in Springfield

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The Phantoms had a home and home with the Springfield Thunderbirds on Friday and Saturday with two very different results, including a late-game comeback on Saturday.

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Mikhail Vorobyev Has Potential to Be Solid Role Player for Flyers

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With the 2018-19 NHL season approaching, Mikhail Vorobyev may be able to earn his spot on the roster as the Flyers third-line center after playing a solid defensive role with the Phantoms.

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More Growth for Flyers Will Bring More Expectations

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Whether the 2018-19 season involves another playoff run or not, there is a lot to be happy about with the team going forward as expectations increase as the focus shifts to next season.

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Flyers Have Future Pair in the Making with Myers, Sanheim

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Philippe Myers and Travis Sanheim have brought their great seasons to the Calder Cup Playoffs. Despite being down two games to the Toronto Marlies in the Eastern Conference Final, their presence has been felt and is showcasing a potential future pairing for the Flyers at the NHL level.

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Alex Lyon Proving to Be Reliable Option for Flyers

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With the final stretch approaching for the Philadelphia Flyers, Alex Lyon has proven over his recent appearances that he is a serviceable goalie.

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Ouellette Backstops Phantoms to Win Over B-Sens

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The Lehigh Valley Phantoms spoiled the party on Saturday night, beating the Binghamton Senators by a final of 4-1 in the final game in B-Sens history.

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Comeback Kids Strike Again: Phantoms Clinch Home Ice with OT Rally Over Bruins

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The Lehigh Valley Phantoms were up to their old tricks again on Friday night, coming from behind a three-goal deficit to beat the Providence Bruins, 5-4, in overtime to clinch the second seed in the Atlantic Division and home ice for the first round of the Calder Cup playoffs.

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Phantoms Clinch Playoff Spot in Shootout Win Over Pens

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The Lehigh Valley Phantoms needed only one point to clinch their first playoff berth since 2009 on Wednesday night, but took two points in a 2-1 shootout win over the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins.

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