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Flyers need a hit with No. 5 pick

A miserable season resulted in the Philadelphia Flyers ending up with the fourth-worst record in the National Hockey League and the fifth overall pick in the 2022 Entry Draft. If you’re an optimist, and let’s face it that’s why you’re still here, it could have been worse as the Flyers could have dropped to sixth in the draft. But it certainly could have been better as the Flyers not only didn’t cash in on a 9.5-percent chance of finishing first, they didn’t luck into the second overall pick this year, either. Although some Nolan Patrick haters might say the Flyers dodged a bullet by not getting the second pick.
PHILADELPHIA, PA
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Kings Front Office Facing a Summer of Tough Decisions

The Los Angeles Kings defied expectations this season, not only making the playoffs but taking the Edmonton Oilers to seven games in Round 1. This has left fans and the organization extremely excited about what the future holds. There is a general feeling amongst the fanbase that this summer is the time to fully commit to becoming a contender again, searching for big moves to help the team take the next step. Some of that sentiment seems to be echoed within the organization, leaving the front office with a difficult summer of decisions.
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Flyers' salary cap: Off the books, on the hook

After nearly everything went wrong for the Flyers this season, general manager Chuck Fletcher and chairman/CEO Dave Scott hope an 'aggressive retool' can make them competitive again. But right now the process they have in mind is way easier said than done. The Flyers were bad this season. That's overstating...
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Florida’s power play resembles Flyers’; Claude Giroux, Panthers fall

Claude Giroux, the former Philadelphia Flyers captain, has seen this before. A power play that is beyond awful; a weak penalty kill that spelled the difference. If Giroux didn’t know better, he probably felt he was still in Philadelphia and not the Sunshine State. Special teams killed Florida in...
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Barry Trotz reportedly ‘top candidate’ for Flyers head coach

The most important transaction the Philadelphia Flyers might have this season will have nothing to do with a player, but who will lead them from behind the bench. After GM Chuck Fletcher confirmed that interim head coach Mike Yeo will not be returning to the staff in the lead role, all eyes were on what the team decides to do next and what person will be in charge of this team after their incredibly disappointing season.
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Flyers Ink D Adam Ginning, G Ivan Fedotov To Entry-Level Contracts

Philadelphia Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher has inked Swedish defenseman Adam Ginning and Russian goalie Ivan Fedotov to entry-level contracts. At his season-ending media conference, Philadelphia Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher said that he wants to “integrate more youth into our team.”. He has wasted no time putting those words...
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Re-signing Eric Comrie could prove difficult for Jets this off-season

Heading into what’s expected to be a pivotal summer in Winnipeg, the Jets will have plenty of important decisions to make involving their player personnel, including back-up Eric Comrie. With goaltender Connor Hellebuyck signed through 2023-24, management shouldn’t have to worry about its starting goalie position over the off-season....
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Flyers sign defenseman Adam Ginning to Entry-Level Contract

The Philadelphia Flyers announced today they have signed defenseman Adam Ginning, the club's second-round pick (50th overall) of the 2018 NHL Entry Draft, to a two-year entry-level contract, according to President of Hockey Operations & General Manager, Chuck Fletcher. Ginning, 22 (1/13/00), spent last season, 2021-22, in the Swedish Hockey...
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Analyzing Detroit Red Wings Mock Draft Selections

The Detroit Red Wings draft preparations are in full swing. With them having been eliminated from Stanley Cup contention, the Red Wings mindset has to be getting prepared for the NHL entry draft. With that, it means we are officially in the mock draft season. The thing that makes this...
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Flyperbole: Ice skating uphill

Steve and Ryan discuss the Stanley Cup Playoffs going into the second round, the Philadelphia Flyers drafting at the five spot in the 2022 NHL draft, Scott Hartnell’s cutting edge tweets, part 2 of the Frankenteam discussion, and more!. Make sure to follow us on twitter @Flyperbole and @ryanquigz....
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Flyers to meet with Barry Trotz; can they woo him away from Winnipeg?

The Philadelphia Flyers are set to meet with Barry Trotz, who has become a prime candidate to be their seventh coach in the last nine seasons. Trotz is expected to meet with the Flyers’ management Friday. He interviewed with Winnipeg earlier this week, and the fact he didn’t sign with the Jets is a bit surprising.
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Breaking down Wild’s goaltending options for next season

Now that the Minnesota Wild are eliminated from the playoffs, there is one position that, going forward, is still a giant question mark. GM Bill Guerin acquired Marc-Andre Fleury at the trade deadline to secure some goaltending stability down the stretch and into the post-season, but at the same time, the one goalie that they didn’t trade away, veteran Cam Talbot, exceeded any previous expectations and performances from the first half of his season. This created a weird mix of talents that caused some ruffling of feathers once Fleury got the starting role for all but the final playoff game the Wild had.
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