Frost, Bunnaman Among Latest Round of Flyers Cuts

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On Wednesday, the Flyers made 10 roster cuts, bringing the roster to 24 healthy players and 32 overall. Five players were assigned to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, headlined by forward Morgan Frost. Four more, including Connor Bunnaman, were placed on waivers.

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YWT: The Philadelphia Flyers Podcast – YWT #125 – Something To Prove

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Kyle Collington and Kevin Durso discuss some of the things that have happened so far, the impact of injuries to Kevin Hayes, Sam Morin, and Wade Allison, break down the potential lines, and look ahead to Tuesday’s preseason opener. 

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Flyers Announce Training Camp Roster, Schedule

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A total of 58 players will take part in training camp, which opens on Thursday morning with the first on-ice sessions. There will be 33 forwards, 20 defensemen, and five goaltenders in attendance. Full roster and schedule here.

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Flyers Injury Updates: Hayes, Morin Out 6-8 Weeks, Allison Out Indefinitely

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Kevin Hayes had abdominal surgery on Tuesday morning and will be out 6-to-8 weeks as a result. Sam Morin is out for 6-to-8 weeks following a right knee surgery to have loose bodies removed on Sept. 10. Wade Allison is out indefinitely with a right ankle sprain.

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Flyers Notes: Injury Bug Biting Flyers Allison, Morin Before Camp Begins

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Potential injuries to Wade Allison and Sam Morin have put a damper on Flyers training camp, still a few days away from getting underway.

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Flyers Sign Joel Farabee to 6-Year Extension

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Joel Farabee and the Flyers have agreed to a six-year contract extension worth $30 million, an average annual value of $5 million, Fletcher announced on Thursday. The contract begins in the 2022-23 season.

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Flyers Re-Sign D Sam Morin, Extend Qualifying Offers to Hart, Sanheim

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The Flyers announced they have re-signed defenseman Sam Morin to a one-year, $750,000 deal. In addition, they extended qualifying offers to forwards Connor Bunnaman and David Kase, defenseman Travis Sanheim, and goalie Carter Hart. They did not qualify an offer to forward Pascal Laberge.

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Fletcher: ‘We Need to Change the Mood in the Room’

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For the better part of a decade, the Flyers have utilized the same core group and struggled to consistently put together successful seasons. After their most frustrating one to date, Fletcher knew action was necessary. “We just can’t keep bringing the same players back year after year and expect different results. We had to make changes this year,” Fletcher said.

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Flyers 5: Takeaways from Thursday’s Flyers-Islanders Game

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Thursday night was a really good game from the Flyers if you are strictly looking for positive building blocks moving forward. There were two very notable areas that stepped up and helped get the game to overtime and put them in a position to win. But if you were strictly looking for two points and a chance to stay in the playoff race even just for a little longer, it was another night where even a solid effort came up short.

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Flyers Fall Short to Islanders Again in Shootout

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The Flyers got one point by getting Thursday’s game against the Islanders to overtime, but suffered the same fate as their previous game in Long Island, falling in a shootout, 3-2.

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Flyers 5: Takeaways from Saturday’s Flyers-Islanders Game

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There are no moral victories when it comes to playoff races or trying to contend at this point in a season. You either find a way to win or you don’t and that single point still involves a point lost. That said, there are plenty of moral victories you can find in games like this when you are trying to determine what you have and what you need for the future. The Flyers got lessons in both on Saturday.

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Flyers Rally Back, Fall to Islanders in Shootout

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A pair of goals by Claude Giroux erased a two-goal deficit and Carter Hart was having an outstanding game. Unfortunately, the Islanders got the extra point in the shootout, defeating the Flyers, 3-2, on Saturday night.

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Flyers 5: Takeaways from Monday’s Flyers-Sabres Game

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Monday’s game was a battle royale of mediocrity. This was a game that probably played out exactly as it should have in both result and process. Yes, the Flyers are a better team than the Sabres. The standings certainly reflect that. But for 40 minutes, they weren’t close to that, so much so that they not only once again dug a hole to the worst team in the league, requiring another frantic third-period rally, but they also had to shorten the bench to do it.

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Flyers 5: Takeaways from Saturday’s Flyers-Rangers Game

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Sam Morin’s first NHL goal was the difference in this game, one the Flyers absolutely needed to have. It doesn’t solve all their problems and it remains to be seen what effect this has on the team moving forward. But this could be their last chance to take a positive moment, a moment that can bond a team, and turn the season around.

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Morin’s 1st NHL Goal Becomes Game-Winner for Flyers

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An unlikely hero emerged late in the third, as Sam Morin scored his first NHL goal with 4:27 to play in the game. That goal held up as the game-winner, in a much-needed, 2-1 victory for the Flyers over the Rangers on Saturday afternoon at Wells Fargo Center.

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Flyers 5: Takeaways from Thursday’s Flyers-Rangers Game

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While the Rangers snapped a four-game losing streak and earned just their fifth win of the season against the Flyers on Thursday night, the circumstances the Flyers were in made this an uphill battle from the start. The Flyers got off to a good one at that, but ultimately had to overcome too much to secure that second point.

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Flyers 5: Takeaways from Saturday’s Flyers-Islanders Game

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The Flyers managed the win in overtime after essentially surviving the final 40 minutes of regulation. It was another example of how they have managed to weather multiple storms over the early part of this shortened season. Here are five takeaways from Saturday’s game between the Flyers and Islanders.

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Flyers-Islanders: Game 9 Preview

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It is now 147 days since the Islanders eliminated the Flyers from the playoffs, and the two teams get back on the ice to face each other on Saturday night at Wells Fargo Center. Game time is at 7 p.m.

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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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