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Flyers’ Travis Sanheim Joins Canada For World Championship

The tournament runs from May 13-29, and Canada enters as the defending champion after capturing gold in a mostly fan-free setting in Latvia in 2021. Coached by Claude Julien this year, Canada will play its preliminary-round games in Group A, in the 8,200-seat Helsinki Ice Hall. The Canadians’ round-robin opponents will be Germany, Switzerland, Slovakia, Denmark, France, Italy, and Kazakhstan.
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Cam Atkinson, Travis Sanheim among Flyers’ award winners

Cam Atkinson, a right winger who is in his first year with the Philadelphia Flyers, and defenseman Travis Sanheim were among the team’s award winners announced before the season-finale Friday at the Wells Fargo Center. Atkinson, 32, won the Bobby Clarke Trophy as the team’s MVP, and Sanheim took...
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Flyers' Travis Sanheim: Snags pair of assists in win

Sanheim recorded two assists during Thursday's win over the Blue Jackets. Sanheim now has five points in his past seven contests, making this one of his better stretches of the season from a fantasy perspective. He has six goals and 22 assists through 69 games this year.
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Flyers' Travis Sanheim: Records helper

Sanheim posted an assist and two blocked shots in Friday's 6-3 loss to the Avalanche. Sanheim helped out on a Max Willman tally in the third period. The assist ended a four-game point drought for Sanheim, who has provided steady play in a top-four role this season. He's at 24 points, 99 shots on net, 103 blocked shots and a plus-6 rating in 63 contests. The 25-year-old won't blow anyone away on offense, but he's taken strides defensively and could have some appeal as a depth blueliner in fantasy.
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Flyers: 3 Trade Destinations for Travis Sanheim

The Philadelphia Flyers’ retooling has begun, and it is believed that a domino effect will come from the Rasmus Ristolainen signing. With the $5.1 million AAV (average annual value) he is being paid, combined with another $17.68 million tied up with the other three top defencemen on the team, one if not both of Travis Sanheim and Ivan Provorov could be moved.
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If Flyers Open To Trading Travis Sanheim, Bruins Should Make Call

The Flyers raised some eyebrows Thursday morning, and the potential of ensuing reaction makes Philadelphia a team to watch ahead of the NHL trade deadline. The club signed defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen to a five-year contract extension Thursday, a move that garnered instant criticism from the Twitter general managers. The Finnish blueliner does log massive minutes for the Flyers, but he hasn’t been able to do much with that ice time, especially in the last couple of seasons.
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Is Travis Sanheim a good trade target for Islanders?

On Thursday, the Philadelphia Flyers announced that they re-signed defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen to a five-year $25.5 million contract. And the immediate chatter online is what will happen with Travis Sanheim. If the latter is available should the New York Islanders be interested?. After all, Sanheim is a left-shot top-four defenseman....
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Flyers' Travis Sanheim: Collects assist in win

Sanheim registered an assist in Saturday's 4-3 win over Chicago. The assist brings Sanheim up to 20 points through 53 games on the campaign. It's five more points than he scored last season, in two fewer contests. However, Sanheim's biggest turnaround is his plus-1 rating -- a major improvement over last year's minus-22 rating.
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Flyers' Travis Sanheim: Two-point night against Caps

Sanheim had a goal and an assist in Thursday's 5-3 loss to the Capitals. Sanheim tied the game at two goals apiece in the final minute of the second period and assisted on Gerry Mayhew's go-ahead goal in the third. Philadelphia predictably failed to hold onto that lead. Sanheim has just 17 points in 47 games, but it's worth noting that he's been a streaky scorer, having put together a four-game point streak earlier this season.
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Flyers' Travis Sanheim: Provides pair of helpers

Sanheim added two assists in a 4-3 loss to the Islanders on Tuesday. Sanheim has three assists over his last three games, helping out on the game-tying goal from Gerald Mayhew in the third period. The defenseman had a cold start to the season by his standards but has picked it up of late. Sanheim has 11 points in last 19 games after just one point in his first 21.
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Flyers' Travis Sanheim: Chips in with helper

Sanheim provided an assist in Monday's 4-1 loss to the Islanders. Sanheim set up Travis Konecny's 100th career goal in the second period. The assist snapped Sanheim's five-game point drought. The Manitoba native has been modestly productive on offense with 11 points and 53 shots on net in 36 appearances this season. He's added 53 blocked shots, 28 hits and a plus-3 rating while playing in a top-four role.
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The Flyers’ Travis Sanheim returns from COVID-19 protocols as Justin Braun enters

As Travis Sanheim stepped onto the practice rink, all of his Flyers teammates paused to tap their sticks and welcome him back. Sanheim, who tested positive on Jan. 5, was the first of four top Flyers to return from COVID-19 protocols. Captain Claude Giroux, forward Travis Konecny, and top-pair defenseman Ivan Provorov have all fulfilled their five quarantine days but were not at practice Monday. Interim coach Mike Yeo said there’s a chance they could get all three back soon, but they’re waiting for negative test results.
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Flyers' Travis Sanheim: Clears COVID-19 protocols

Sanheim exited the NHL's COVID-19 protocols Monday, per Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia. The 25-year-old Sanheim has averaged 22:58 of ice time and logged two goals and five assists through his last 10 appearances.
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Flyers' Travis Konecny, Travis Sanheim placed in COVID protocol

The Philadelphia Flyers’ nightmare season never ends. On Wednesday, the team has placed Travis Konecny and Travis Sanheim in the COVID protocol, making them unavailable to the team for Thursday's game against the Pittsburgh Penguins. The team has also loaned Felix Sandstrom and Kirill Ustimenko back to the AHL, clearing room for additional taxi-squad recalls if necessary.
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Flyers' Travis Sanheim: Enters COVID-19 protocols

Sanheim was added to the NHL's COVID-19 protocols list Wednesday. Sanheim will need to submit two negative COVID-19 tests before rejoining his teammates, so he'll miss Thursday's matchup with Pittsburgh at a minimum. The Flyers are pretty shorthanded on the back end, so they'll likely need to recall a defender from their AHL affiliate to fill in against the Penguins.
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