Flyers: On Playing with Passion, Accountability, and Winning Attitude

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At this stage of the Flyers season, now 55 games in with 27 still to go, the results are essentially meaningless. It’s not about wins and losses at this point. Despite that, when a head coach addresses playing with passion, accountability, and having a winning attitude as areas of concern, it raises eyebrows. He’s not the first to do it either.

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

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After another lopsided defeat to the Rangers that eerily resembled last week’s 9-0 embarrassment, this time an 8-3 margin, the statements made this week mean very little. This team is fractured beyond repair. It likely requires some sort of significant change. And the worst part is that in a year where there is so much uncertainty and hesitancy to take action, the Flyers might be stuck.

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Choosing Vigneault was Critical to Flyers Becoming Contenders Again

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What Alain Vigneault has brought in that time has been refreshing. For the better part of a decade, the Flyers lacked a coach that seemed to challenge a steady core group of players, that didn’t demand the same excellence the fans did, that was satisfied with a participation award in the playoffs, but never advancing. That’s not Vigneault’s style.

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Potential of Frost, Farabee, Ratcliffe on Full Display at Flyers Rookie Camp

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It may only be a couple of days of practice for the trio of Morgan Frost, Joel Farabee and Isaac Ratcliffe — all turning pro full-time for the 2019-20 season — but the chemistry is starting to form early.

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Fletcher Gets Critical on Flyers Mindset

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Say this about Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher: he knows this team has fundamental problems that go far beyond just adding players and changing coaches. There’s a reason the Flyers allowed the first goal in 50 games this season and trailed 2-0 in 32 of 82 games. It’s a mindset issue.

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Wild Flyers Season Reaches an End

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The season will ultimately be known for the failure to meet expectations, to take that next step in the development of a contender, and the massive fallout behind it.

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Flyers Coaching Search ‘Certainly Done Well Before the Draft,’ Fletcher Says

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Whether the Flyers stick with interim head coach Scott Gordon or look elsewhere for a new head coach, GM Chuck Fletcher said the search will not last long.

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Flyers-Penguins: Postgame Review

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With 10 games remaining on the schedule, it remains to be seen if the Flyers take this win and turn it into some magical last-gasp playoff run that gets them in, but it kept their playoff hopes alive for now.

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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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Flyers Run Still Remarkable, No Matter the Fate

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If the Flyers are able to make up the five-point margin in the standings and make the playoffs, it would be a historical comeback to reach the postseason. If they don’t, well, this run is still remarkable nonetheless.

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Flyers-Sabres: Postgame Review

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For a change, the Flyers got off to a quick start and never looked back, leading nearly wire to wire in a 5-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres that, for now, improved their playoff hopes slightly.

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Flyers G Carter Hart Out At Least 10 Days with Lower-Body Injury

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The Flyers announced on Saturday morning that goalie Carter Hart will be out at least 10 days with a lower-body injury.

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Flyers-Oilers: Postgame Review

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Saturday’s game was certainly not be design, but the Flyers stayed with the game and found a way to rally back and win in overtime, defeating the Oilers, 5-4, in overtime. It has them up to seven straight wins and surging.

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