Sean Couturier's 6-year, $26 million extension was a display of tremendous faith in him from GM Ron Hextall and the Flyers.
The Flyers on Tuesday signed center Sean Couturier to a six-year, $25.98 million deal.
2wThe Flyers have a logjam on the blue line, but can one of the prospects among their stable of young defensemen make the big club?
2wDave Hakstol has over "a million" lines and combinations written in pencil, but he will not rush decisions on players like Vinny Lecavalier and Brayden Schenn.
2wWhat sets Felix Sandstorm apart from other five goaltenders in the Flyers' development camp is his strong ability to skate in front of the net.
2wMore was expected out of new Flyers winger Sam Gagner, the sixth overall pick in 2007, over his first eight seasons in the NHL. A stable position with a franchise with a long-term plan in place, something he never had in Edmonton or Arizona, could help him step his game up...
2wFlyers prospect Nicolas Aube-Kubel believes he's more capable of opening eyes this season after enhancing his game at junior.
3wDavid Kase might have been a fifth-round pick, but the 5-foot-11 winger could prove to be a late-round steal for the Flyers.
3wIvan Provorov, who was drafted No. 7 overall in last month's NHL draft, is happy to have signed his entry-level contract so quickly.
Ron Hextall has more wins than any other goalie in Flyers history (240)