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Broad Street Hockey Jul 18, 2019
What’s up with Ivan Provorov’s contract negotiations?

What’s up with Ivan Provorov’s contract negotiations?

Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports It’ll probably be fine but also maybe not? Well, gang, we’re past the midpoint of the month of July, and Ivan Provorov still doesn’t have a contract. This probably isn’t what we were expecting--the initial hope by both player and team was that they would have a contract done by May, and then Provorov would go to join the Russian team to play in the World Championships. And then the deadline to report passed. And then the end of the playoffs. And the start of free agency. The summer’s rolled on, and we seem to be at a standstill. And now, the...
Broad Street Hockey Jul 17, 2019
Wednesday Morning Fly By: Snack edition

Wednesday Morning Fly By: Snack edition

Photo by Len Redkoles/NHLI via Today’s open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Flyers news and notes… *If signing Travis Konecny and Ivan Provorov are your delicious app and entree, then we’ll call the Nicolas Aube-Kubel contract a snack. Anyway, one down. [Flyers] [BSH] *And that Provy signing might get messy. [ProHockeyTalk] *The NAK signing is interesting, though. Given that he’s no longer waiver eligible, he’s pretty much got to make the team if he’s going to stay here. [NBC Sports Philly] *As we head into BSH 25 Under 25 season, enjoy Charlie’s run...
Broad Street Hockey Jul 16, 2019
Flyers continue signing RFAs and extend forward Nicolas Aube-Kubel

Flyers continue signing RFAs and extend forward Nicolas Aube-Kubel

The 23 year old forward will be a Flyer for one more year As of the 16th of July, in the year two-thousand and nineteen, the Flyers have not reached an agreement with either Travis Konecny or Ivan Provorov on a new contract. However, today, they did re-sign somebody whom they hope will contribute next season. The Flyers announced this afternoon that they signed Nicolas Aube-Kubel to a one year, two-way contract worth an AAV of $700K. NAK is back! ✍️ https://t.co/7qZb79EKEt— Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFlyers) July 16, 2019 Aube-Kubel scored 30 points in 54 games with the Lehigh...
Broad Street Hockey Jul 16, 2019
Tuesday Morning Fly By: Let’s all go to the shore

Tuesday Morning Fly By: Let’s all go to the shore

Today’s open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Flyers news and notes… *Bored yet? Whatever; the Flyers still need to sign Ivan Provorov and Travis Konency, so that’ll happen at some point. Eventually. Hopefully. Here’s what is up with that. [NBC Sports Philly] *Paul Holmgren’s retirement may seem like a stand-alone event, but if you think about it, everything that has happened to this team over the last year is pretty intertwined. [BSH] *And in that vein, Bill Meltzer penned a pretty lovely article about his own personal feelings about Homer’s retirement....
The Hockey Writers Jul 13, 2019

NHL Rumors: Flyers, Avs, Blackhawks, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is news out of Philadelphia where the Flyers are working on a deal for Ivan Provorov, the Colorado Avalanche might be looking to sign a veteran d-man, the Columbus Blue Jackets are rumored to have gone hard after Mitch Marner and the Chicago Blackhawks are trying to bring one […] The post NHL Rumors: Flyers, Avs, Blackhawks, More appeared first on The Hockey Writers.

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