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01-13-2013, 06:34 PM
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Do you guys think Schenn will be starting with G and Hartnell?

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Do you guys think Schenn will be starting with G and Hartnell?
I wouldn't count on it, but while Brieres out its possible. However once Danny is back Schenn will likely play with him on the 2nd line.

Hartnell-Giroux-Voracek
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Do you guys think Schenn will be starting with G and Hartnell?
I don't. I think Jake starts there, but who knows.

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01-13-2013, 07:31 PM
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Is it weird that I'd like Voracek better if he stuck with 9?

9 is my number.
Mine to! But I played left wing and loved the Hound

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What time is a good time to get to training camp to watch?

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Idk, Schenn shoots a lot. And he tore it up in the AHL they may put him there and if it works leave it as is. I think the long term plan is to have him on G's wing anyway. If they think he can handle it right now I think they leave him there. Voracek is more of a pass first player. I think everyone expected him on that line but maybe they think Schenn can handle the minutes.

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Bobby Mac mentioned Briere getting a shot on Giroux's wing when hes healthy. He mentioned Schenn would get a chance before today and he was right about that so we'll see what happens.

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Philadelphia Flyers fans in forgiving mood after NHL lockout as thousands turn out to watch first day of training camp
VOORHEES, N.J. - The fun started early in the morning. Dressed in unmistakable orange and black colors, homemade signs in hand, Philadelphia fans showed unwavering support for their favorite NHL team the biggest way they could: They showed up.

Boycott? The Flyers? Not these fans.

At least 2,000 fans on Sunday stuffed the Flyers’ New Jersey training facility for the first day of training camp. With an overflow crowd forced to stand on tables and sit on shoulders for a peek at routine drills through the lobby windows, Flyers fans sure were in a forgiving mood over the lockout.

By the time defenseman Kimmo Timonen led the Flyers on ice, the die-hards were primed to burst into a “Let’s go, Flyers!” chant.

“A nice, warm reception makes us feel a little bit better about what happened to the fans and being locked out so long,” Flyers All-Star forward Scott Hartnell said.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/ho...#ixzz2HvA2yH8J

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From Dave Issacs twitter feed: todays lines


19-28-10; 25-14-93; 26-24-17; 45-11-36; 15-21-32. D pairings: 3-6; 22-44; 41-5; 27-8

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Don't mind these lines.
I'd like to see this though

Hartnell-Giroux-Schenn
Simmonds-Couturier-Voracek
Sestito-Talbot-Read
Wellwood-Laughton-Fedotenko

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Would anyone claim Hickey? Waived by Kings. Could he be kept on the roster and sheltered enough to determine if he can succeed with another team?

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Would anyone claim Hickey? Waived by Kings. Could he be kept on the roster and sheltered enough to determine if he can succeed with another team?
I would. If the Flyers actually got him (with, what I assume, would be a lower waiver priority after being a playoff team) then there would be a good chance that he wouldn't be claimed a second time if they chose to waive him again (so he can start in the AHL).

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Some thoughts

Laughton has looked pretty good today.
Kimmo seems to be working well with Schenn.Seems like he's mentoring him.
Not sure why they split up Grossman and Coburn
I keep thinking Fedotnko is Gustafsson

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Laughton has looked pretty good today.
Kimmo seems to be working well with Schenn.Seems like he's mentoring him.
Not sure why they split up Grossman and Coburn
I keep thinking Fedotnko is Gustafsson
Maybe they realized that Coburn won't cut it in terms of creating offense and instead pair him with Mesz who feels more comfortable in this role for a more balanced pairing?
What surprises me is that Meszaros is obviously not only healthy enough to join in all drills but they also trust him to start the season playing big minutes again

Grossmann can be the anchor of a shutdown 3 rd pairing. They just have to figure out if a more physical but slow Grossmann/Foster pairing or a more balanced Grossmann/Gervais pairing fits their needs best.

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Pretty happy to see Kimmo mentoring Schenn. I wouldn't mind seeing them as a pairing, that should definitely benefit Schenn's development. Gotta repair the damage done by Toronto.

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Some thoughts

Laughton has looked pretty good today.
Kimmo seems to be working well with Schenn.Seems like he's mentoring him.
Not sure why they split up Grossman and Coburn
I keep thinking Fedotnko is Gustafsson
I'd say Coburn-Grossmann will be back together eventually.

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It's the 2nd day of training camp. I wouldnt look too far into these line-ups

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Fairly sure that well probably see this as the opening night defense

Coburn-Meszaros
Timonen-Schenn
Grossmann-Foster
Gervais

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Fairly sure that well probably see this as the opening night defense

Coburn-Meszaros
Timonen-Schenn
Grossmann-Foster
Gervais
I still believe Meszaros has the tools to play that role and actually make a difference.
This is one big defensive group, wow.

Coburn-Mez 25min/g
Timonen-Schenn 20min/g
Grossman-Foster/Gervais 15min/g

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Don't mind these lines.
I'd like to see this though

Hartnell-Giroux-Schenn
Simmonds-Couturier-Voracek
Sestito-Talbot-Read
Wellwood-Laughton-Fedotenko
Exactly this but swapping Sesito and Fedotenko is what I'd like to see for the opener unless McGinn can take Sesitos spot. I haven't seen or heard enough of McGinn to have an opinion of him just yet but what I have read about him seems to make him appear to be a solid 4th line type of a guy down the road.

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I'd love Schenn to play on Giroux's wing, but the line of Schenn - Briere - Simmonds was so good last year. Plus with Simmonds scoring I'd like to keep him in the top 6. With Schenn replacing Voracek, I'd think they'd bump Simmonds down before Briere

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Need to keep Read on the third line to decrease his production. Easier to resign, which will already be a dubious task.

Hartnell-Giroux-Schenn
Simmonds-Couturier-Voracek
Rusty-Talbot-Read
Wellwood (if he stops struggling)-Laughton-Rinaldo

When Briere comes back-- this will change.

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01-14-2013, 02:23 PM
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The PK forwards are interesting via Bill Meltzer.

Talbot-Fedotenko
Wellwood-Rinaldo


Schenn was paired with Coburn on the PK.

I'm sure it changes during the season because i don't think there is a way Coots doesn't kill penalties.

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The PK forwards are interesting via Bill Meltzer.

Talbot-Fedotenko
Wellwood-Rinaldo


Schenn was paired with Coburn on the PK.

I'm sure it changes during the season because i don't think there is a way Coots doesn't kill penalties.
Digging it. Especially the Talbot/Fedotenko line.

Two really hard working individuals there.

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