Flyers Release Training Camp Schedule

Per the release:

The Philadelphia Flyers announced today that the club’s 2011 training camp will open on Saturday, September 17 when 67 players report to The Virtua Center Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, NJ, according to general manager Paul Holmgren.  On-ice workouts will begin at 9:30 AM, with all on-ice sessions free and open to the public.  

Players currently scheduled to take part in training camp are as follows:

Forwards (38): Jason Akeson, Blair Betts, Danny Briere, Tyler Brown, Nick Cousins, Sean Couturier, Campbell Elynuik, Austin Fyten, Claude Giroux, Shane Harper, Scott Hartnell, Ben Holmstrom, Tomas Hyka, Jaromir Jagr, Jon Kalinski, Garrett Klotz, Stefan Legein, Derek Mathers, Tye McGinn, Andreas Nodl, Marcel Noebels, Michael Nylander, Luke Pither, Brendan Ranford, Matt Read, Zac Rinaldo, Garrett Roe, Andrew Rowe, Brayden Schenn, Tom Sestito, Jody Shelley, Wayne Simmonds, Max Talbot, Mike Testwuide, James van Riemsdyk, Jakub Voracek, Eric Wellwood, Harry Zolnierczyk. 

Defensemen (23): Oskars Bartulis, Ricard Blidstrand, Marc-Andre Bourdon, Etienne Boutet, Matt Carle, Braydon Coburn, Cullen Eddy, Sam Grist, Erik Gustafsson, Tyler Hostetter, Dan Jancevski, Blake Kessel, Oliver Lauridsen, Joonas Lehtivuori, Andreas Lilja, Brandon Manning, Kevin Marshall, Andrej Meszaros, Jonathan Narbonne, Chris Pronger, Colin Suellentrop, Kimmo Timonen, Matt Walker. 

Goaltenders (6): Jason Bacashihua, Johan Backlund, Sergei Bobrovsky, Ilya Bryzgalov, Michael Leighton, Brad Phillips. 

All practices and scrimmages at The Virtua Center Flyers Skate Zone are open to the public. Practice times are subject to change. Media access to players will occur immediately after the conclusion of off-ice training.  A complete training camp schedule is below, while a separate schedule and current roster are both attached.   

The schedule is after the jump.

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7 Responses

  1. Big absence of star power and/or scoring on this team. They’re going to need at least 80 goals out of Briere/Giroux/JVR, another 10 – 15 each from Hartnell, Jagr and Schenn and a GAA of UNDER 2.00 from Breezy if they expect to go deep into the playoffs this year.

  2. under 2? what are you fucking insane Mike? thats not realistic. youre obviously clueless about the sport of hockey. this team is stacked with talent for the next 10 years and are poised to make a deep run this year. the bruins had next to nothing on theyre team but tim thomas still won them a cup. stop speaking on that which you clearly no nothing about

  3. points to johnny rockets for showing signs of intelligence. no points to Mike for being a retard. more points to johnny rockets for ripping Mike a new asshole. Mike, you sad sad little man, leave.

  4. Look you fucking tools, I’m as big a Flyers fan as anyone but I’m also realistic. All of the young talent the Flyers acquired for Carter and Richards… totally unproven. How much talent has come through the organization that never really materialized here but then went on to bigger and better things after leaving Ed Snider’s pressure cooker? Pronger may not be completely healthy ever again. Kimmo is aging. How is Giroux going to deal with basically being “the man?” Can JVR repeat last year’s playoff performance over an entire season? Can Jagr find the fountain of youth? Can Hartnell stop taking stupid penalties at inopportune times? The only real known factor is Briere. And yeah, JOHNNYROCKETS27, I said he would have to have a GAA under 2.00 to go DEEP INTO THE PLAYOFFS. If the playoffs start and Breezy is at 2.50, the Flyers go two rounds, tops.

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