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   Flyers lose in OT 2-1 at Boston.  Travis Sanheim scores lone goal
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  After being traded to the Coyotes, Nick signed a 2 year contract.
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    Luck of the draw nets the Flyers the #2 overall pick, the Brandon Wheat Kings Nolan Patrick, re-uniting him with Ivan Provorov.
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Brayden Schenn was traded at the end of June so the Flyers could draft Morgan Frost with the Blues 1st round pick, 27th overall.  The Blues also sent under-performing Jori Lehtera to the Flyers.
Last weeks poll:
Which Flyers rookies do you expect to make the team?

#2 overall draft pick, Patrick Nolan 35.14% (13 votes)

16/17 Swedish Forward of the year, Oskar Lindblom 29.73% (11 votes)

2013 1st round draft pick, Samuel Morin (D) 21.62% (8 votes)

2014 1st round draft pick Travis Sanheim (D) 10.81% (4 votes)

2015 undrafted Phillippe Myers (D) 2.7% (1 votes)

Total Votes: 37


   I'll get to what I can.  Would like to check out at least one pre-season game.  Philadelphians are dialed into the Eagles and Rhys Hoskins has made Phillies fans stop a remember the tv channel they are broadcast on.
Next Game: 
Monday
@ the Rangers 7pm
     Gostisbehere's OT goal 53 seconds in was the winner in Allentown 
    Veteran starter Tuuku Rask went all 60 minutes and Brian Elliot went two periods for the Flyers and Alex Lyon played the third and OT.  Lyon gave up both goals, including the game winner late in OT to Kenny Agustino who was the AHL's leading scorer and league MVP last year.
        The game showcased the leagues new rule changes as 7 slashing penalies and 1 face-off violation penalty was called.
    The Flyers went 0-9 on the power play.  Veterans Giroux, Voracek Couturier, Simmonds, Provorov, MacDonald and Gudas were in the line-up.