The Flyers didn't have the cap space to do something extravagant on the opening day of free agency, and that's just fine with GM Ron Hextall.
The Flyers on Friday officially named Kim Dillabaugh, who was previously the Kings' director of goaltending development, as the team's goalie coach.
The Flyers on Thursday announced the schedule and roster for their annual development camp.
14hThe Washington Capitals acquired 2014 Olympics hero T.J. Oshie from the St. Louis Blues. Here are some other notes on the first day of NHL free agency.
18hThe Flyers continued to add depth in goal, signing veteran Jason LaBarbera on Thursday to a one-year, two-way deal.
1dFlyers GM Ron Hextall thinks Sam Gagner is a nice fit for the team's forward group. "In the right situation he can be a productive player for us," he said.
1dRon Hextall believes the Flyers got a solid goalie in Michal Neuvirth and said he could probably play more than a typical backup next season.
1dRon Hextall on Wednesday announced the Flyers have signed center Tim Brent, defenseman Davis Drewiske and right winger Chris Conner for depth in the system.
2dThe Flyers found their new backup for Steve Mason: 27-year-old Czech goaltender Michal Neuvirth, who agreed to a two-year deal Wednesday.
2dIn the pre-salary cap world, the Flyers could have bought what they needed. But it's a different time, and they lack the flexibility to make a splash.
Ron Hextall has more wins than any other goalie in Flyers history (240)