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The NHL and NBC announced the television schedules for the 2014-15 season today and it looks like there will be a few games that we’ll have to suffer through the absolutely terrible NBC announcers and the annoying Pierre Mcguire.
The pain starts early with NBC airing the start of the season, the Flyers season opener (and the Bruins home opener or whatever) against the Bruins on October 8th. The…
"you don’t have to be sweet to be good."
I really love when people assume that flyers fans (or Philly fans in general) give a shit about the reputation. like I promise you that nothing gets a Philly native more riled up than being hated. it’s life blood to my people. we thrive in this. and you, my sweet summer child, will not last the winter
BREAKING NEWS: Photo of Scott Hartnell released wearing his new NHL team’s jersey
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so two Flyers prospects are currently stuck on a ride at Six Flags
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Okay so with the drat over and the Flyers Trial on the Isle over, everyone is mainly talking about the Flyers Big Four defensive prospects, Sam Morin, Robert Hagg, Shayne Gostisbehere and Travis Sanheim.
Obviously they’d be a giant defensive group and by all accounts would make for an amazing Flyers defense once they’re put through enough seasoning in AHL or wherever.
The question is this. What do you think the chances are of all four of those players actually becoming Flyers regulars?
It may be a stretch to think that all four of them will make it onto the Flyers roster or even stay there long. While we hope that Hextall really does see these guys as extremely important pieces for the Flyers future, we know that defensive prospects don’t usually end up playing for the team they were drafted to, and there’s no telling what offer might come up for a solid well playing defenseman.
So what do you think the chances are of Morin, Ghost, Hagg and Sanheim becoming Flyers regulars?
Richard Sherman an all pro (top honor in the NFL) corner and top 3 corner in almost everyone’s opinion in 2012 is somehow a breakthrough athlete in 2013….
Sports award shows are the truest form of garbage and mean literally nothing.
It is a popularity contest and actual award guidelines don’t matter
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