Philadelphia GM Ron Hextall doesn't want to rush one of the team's prospects on defense as a possible replacement for Kimmo Timonen.
There's a good chance the Philadelphia Flyers will be relatively quiet on July 1.
The Philadelphia Flyers will have a tough first half of the season as 23 of their first 39 games are on the road.
Philadelphia GM Ron Hextall wants to improve the Flyers through the draft.
Gord Murphy has been hired as an assistant coach by the Philadelphia Flyers.
The Philadelphia Flyers and ECHL Reading Royals have inked a two-year affiliation agreement.
It shouldn't come as a surprise that Flyers coach Craig Berube wants more consistency from his players next season.
The Philadelphia Flyers have not won the Stanley Cup since the 1974-75 season despite having the best winning percentage in the regular season since then.
The Philadelphia Flyers have done a poor job of drafting and developing defensemen and changing that will be one of new GM Ron Hextall's priorities.
Although Paul Holmgren is still Ron Hextall's boss, all hockey decisions will fall under Hextall's jurisdiction now that he's the general manager.
Look for the Philadelphia Flyers to err on the side of caution when it comes to developing their young talent.
The Philadelphia Flyers have made it official: Ron Hextall is the team's new general manager.
The Philadelphia Flyers are reportedly getting ready to announce that Ron Hextall will take over as the team's general manager.
Paul Holmgren will remain the Philadelphia Flyers' general manager for now.