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Jakub Voracek’s down year raises concerns

A quick glance at the counting stats would have you believe this was just a normal, albeit somewhat down year for Voracek. But that doesn’t tell the whole story.

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Ivan Provorov appears to have all the tools

Ivan Provorov’s rookie season wasn’t perfect, but he showed more than enough to keep fans very optimistic regarding his future.

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Sean Couturier remains the most polarizing Flyer

Despite posting his second straight stellar year at 5v5, the overall counting stats still weren’t there for Couturier. Will he ever have his “breakout” season?

In larger role, Andrew MacDonald’s play still suffered in 2016-17

MacDonald put his tumultuous 2015-16 season behind him and regained residence in the top half of the Flyers’ depth chart. But was it the right move for the team?

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Travis Konecny’s rookie year bodes well for the future

He may have came in under Flyers’ fans sky-high expectations, but Konecny performed well enough to be optimistic about his future.

Flyers Year In Review

Season review: Simmonds remains a valuable weapon

Still the same dominant power play weapon, Simmonds’ 5v5 play dropped off in 2016-17. Is there an easy explanation for the issue?

Ghost’s ‘sophomore slump’ clouds his future development

Was Shayne Gostisbehere just unlucky this year? Or was the coaching staff justified in their treatment of him?

Season review: Good on the PP, Schenn still needs 5v5 improvement

Great on the power play, awful at even strength. How do we fairly evaluate the season of Brayden Schenn?

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