theScore is previewing each team leading up to the 2016-17 season.
Philadelphia Flyers are largely the same team they were in 2015-16, when they snuck into the playoffs as the second wild-card team in the Eastern Conference before being dispatched by the Washington Capitals in six games. Brayden Schenn is back on a new four-year deal, and Dale Weise joins the club after being signed as a free agent on July 1. Forwards
Weise gives the team some flexibility on the wing, and he's proven he can play a top-six role if necessary. Defense
Michael Del Zotto
Gostisbehere went on an incredible run of offensive production toward the end of last season and looks more than comfortable in the top four.
Ivan Provorov, the Flyers' seventh overall pick in 2015, could also work his way into the picture on the Philadelphia blue line. Goalies
Mason is still the starter, but Neuvirth outplayed him (albeit in a smaller sample size) last season. He's proven to be a reliable replacement when Mason falters.
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