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Phase 2: Getting Frosty at the Rink

by Bill Meltzer @BillMeltzer / philadelphiaflyers.com

Quite literally, Flyers rookie center Morgan Frost had the key to staying fit during the self-quarantine period of the National Hockey League's pause during the coronavirus pandemic. His mom, Dana, owns a gym in their native Aurora, Ontario. She gave him access to the exercise equipment for his use when the opportunity presented itself.

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Canada Day: A Flyers Celebration

by Bill Meltzer @BillMeltzer / philadelphiaflyers.com

July 1 is Canada Day, which commemorates the Constitution Act of 1867 and the establishment of a single dominion of Canada; one of the first big steps toward the eventual emergence of an independent country. In honor of our neighbo(u)r to the North's national holiday, we've created a Flyers-history related celebration of Canada including a series of all-province Flyers fantasy teams. 

Before we go province to province, here's a list of facts and figures that relate to the Flyers and Canada:

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Bunnaman and Twarynski: Have Video Games, Will Travel

The 2019-20 season has been a whirlwind for second-year pros Connor Bunnaman and Carsen Twarynski

by Bill Meltzer @BillMeltzer / philadelphiaflyers.com

The 2019-20 season has been a whirlwind for second-year pros Connor Bunnaman and Carsen Twarynski. Both players entered training camp as longshots to make the Flyers' opening-night roster. Both had strong training camps in September and found themselves making their NHL debuts when the Flyers opened the regular season in Prague against the Chicago Blackhawks.

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Short Shifts

Gritty gets the 'Queer Eye' treatment with makeover from Fab Five

Netflix crew delivers tips on clothes, decor, culture to Flyers mascot

by Dan O'Leary @DanOLeary25 / NHL.com Staff Writer

For Season 5 of "Queer Eye" on Netflix, the Fab Five faced what appeared to be their biggest makeover challenge: Gritty.

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Wylie and Zamula Prepare for Pro Debuts

by Bill Meltzer @BillMeltzer / philadelphiaflyers.com

The Flyers learned this week that 23-year-old defense prospect Wyatt Kalynuk has opted to test free agency after deciding to forego his senior year at Wisconsin. It is still possible that he opts to sign with Philadelphia, but the choice is up to the player and his agent. 

In the meantime, two already-signed Flyers blueline prospects, 20-year-old Wyatte Wylie and 20-year-old Egor Zamula, have their eyes on getting ready for their respective professional debuts come the 2020-21 season. Here's a look at the two young players, and the adjustments each will face as they adapt from the junior game to the demands of pro hockey.

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Therien's Take: What Makes a Hall of Famer?

by Chris Therien @ctherien6 / philadelphiaflyers.com

My congratulations go out to this year's induction class for the Hockey Hall of Fame. There were some no-brainer selections, led by Jarome Iginla, and some surprises, including Doug Wilson and Kevin Lowe. 

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Hopeful Signs for Lindblom

Tuesday's one-ice session was approved both by Lindblom's oncologists and Flyers team doctors

by Bill Meltzer @BillMeltzer / philadelphiaflyers.com

A little more than six months into his battle with a rare form of bone cancer called Ewing Sarcoma, Philadelphia Flyers left winger Oskar Lindblom stepped onto the ice at the Skate Zone in Voorhees on Tuesday morning. During his fight, he has had periodic visits to see teammates and even been on the ice by himself for a light skate.

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Love to see it: Oskar Lindblom returns to the ice

Diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma in December 2019, Flyers forward Oskar Lindblom returned to the ice on Tuesday

by Philadelphia Flyers @NHLFlyers / philadelphiaflyers.com

Post-Skate Interview: LINDBLOM

Lindblom discusses his return to the ice

Oskar Lindblom discusses his return to the ice

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If you're in need of some good news, you've come to the right place. After being diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma in December, forward Oskar Lindblom returned to the ice and skated with a handful of teammates on Tuesday at Virtua Center Flyers SkateZone in Voorhees, NJ. 

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Aube-Kubel Not Taking Advancement for Granted

Nic Aube-Kubel blossomed in 2019-20 under a new coaching regime and fresh start

by Bill Meltzer @BillMeltzer / philadelphiaflyers.com

Post-Skate Interview: AUBE-KUBEL

Aube-kubel speaks to media regarding return to play

Nicolas Aube-kubel speaks to the media regarding the NHL Return To Play plan.

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Originally selected by the Flyers in the 2nd round (48th overall) in the 2014 NHL Draft, Flyers right winger Nicolas Aube-Kubel has learned that the road to the National Hockey League can be bumpy. Things can also change in a hurry, for better or worse. 

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Flyers announce Summer 2020 Community Caravan Tour

Travelling, socially-distant pep rally to hype fans up for playoff hockey in the heat

by Philadelphia Flyers @NHLFlyers / philadelphiaflyers.com

With summer officially underway, the Philadelphia Flyers are introducing a socially-distant version of their annual summertime Community Caravan Tour. The hockey club announced today details for the Caravan, a traveling pep rally set to hype fans up for playoff hockey in the heat.

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