3 Players Who Need To Engage Their Broad St. Bully to remain relevant

Published September 16, 2023 at 4:12 PM

Keeping the Philadelphia Flyers relevant in the NHL will require them to tap into their inner broad street bully.

The Flyers are expecting bigger things from these players. #FueledByPhilly

3 Players Who Need To Engage Their Bully

In light of Danny Briere and John Tortorella demanding more of the Flyers, 3 specific Flyers players must learn how to keep up.

Cal Petersen

With a 3.75 goals-against-average and .868 save percentage in the AHL in Ontario, Cal Peterson will have something to prove after a disastrous season in Los Angeles. The Kings were confident he was worth $5 million dollars, so he is determined to return to that form in Philadelphia.

Sean Courturier

It will be Sean Courturier's first time lace up the skates since 2021-2022, after undergoing multiple back surgeries. He is reported to be healthy and ready for the season. Having a $7.78 million cap hit, he will have to brush off the rust and prove to the new Flyers that he can contribute to their success.

Cam York

With Tony DeAngelo gone and Ivan Provorov exiting stage left, Cam York will be the one to depend on, when it comes to the power play.

Considering how valuable York has been to the Flyers organization, he should find himself in the top-four pairings.

A youth movement is taking place, so York must take advantage of this and run with the position.
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3 Players Who Need To Engage Their Broad St. Bully to remain relevant

Who will improve?

Cam York6860.7 %
Sean Courturier2925.9 %
Cal Petersen1513.4 %
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