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With Edelman suffering the injury last August and no reported setbacks, it would seem likely he will be present at the start of training camp in July.

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Julian Edelman met fans at Boston’s Verizon Destination store

Patriots star Julian Edelman met fans at Boston’s Verizon Destination store on Friday night.

Some fans waited for over three hours to see the wide-receiver.

Edelman was at the store, located on Boylston Street, between 5:30-7 p.m. for the launch of the new Galaxy S9.

Edelman posted on Instagram about the event and said, “I’ll be at the @verizon Destination Store in Boston tomorrow, 3/16 for the launch of the @samsungmobileusa Galaxy S9. Come hang out! 45 Boylston St. from 5:30-7pm.”

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Julian Edelman’s health a key for Patriots in 2018

With the 2017 season in the books, the Providence Journal will take a look at each position group on the Patriots, analyzing how the team performed last season and where it might be heading in the future.

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Julian Edelman, Brandin Cooks, Danny Amendola, Chris Hogan, Malcolm Mitchell, Phillip Dorsett, Kenny Britt, Cody Hollister, Riley McCarron, Bernard Reedy.

Contract situation: The Patriots are set to return almost everyone from last year’s roster.

Cooks will enter 2018 on the final year of his rookie deal. The Patriots already exercised his fifth-year option so he’ll count as an $8.459 million cap hit. Edelman is under contract for the next two seasons. He’ll count for around $4.166 million this season and around $4.66 million in 2019.

Hogan enters 2018 on the final year of his contract. He’s on the books for around $3.281 million this season. Mitchell enters the third year of his rookie deal and is under contract for the next two seasons. He counts as a $774,498 cap hit in 2018 and an $864,498 cap hit in 2019.

Dorsett is in the final year of his rookie deal (in the event the Patriots don’t exercise his $8.135 million fifth-year option). The receiver is due to make around $1.544 million in 2018. Britt is set to count as a $1.468 million cap hit in 2018. That is not guaranteed. Reedy has a base salary of $555,000 in 2018. The Pats signed Hollister and McCarron to futures contracts.

Amendola enters the offseason as a free agent.

2017 review: Injuries took a toll on the team’s depth.

Things started poorly when Edelman was lost for the season in August with a torn ACL. Mitchell also was lost for the season with a knee injury. That left Tom Brady focusing on Cooks, Amendola and Hogan. Things were going well, but then Hogan missed about half the season because of a shoulder injury.

In his first season with the Patriots, Cooks finished seventh in the NFL in yards per reception (16.6). He finished second on the team in receptions (65), receiving yards (1,082) and receiving touchdowns (seven). Cooks joined Randy Moss and Wes Welker as the only receivers with over 1,000 receiving yards in their first season with Brady. He played well in the AFC Championship Game, catching six passes for 100 yards, but was knocked out of the Super Bowl with a concussion.

Amendola was great in 2017. He battled injuries, but finished third on the team in receptions (61) and yards (659). Once again, he came up huge in the playoffs, catching 26 passes for 348 yards. Amendola caught eight passes for 152 yards in the Super Bowl.

Hogan looked bound for a career year before a shoulder injury caused him to miss seven of the last eight games. He caught 34 passes for 439 yards and five touchdowns in nine games. In Super Bowl LII, Hogan caught six passes for 128 yards and a score.

Dorsett never really caught on. The 25-year-old caught 12 passes for 194 yards last season. In the playoffs, he caught two passes for 50 yards. Britt, signed late in the year, was inactive for all three postseason games. He caught two passes for 23 yards in three regular-season games with the Patriots.

The future: It makes sense for the Patriots to bring back Amendola. He’s on the same page as Brady and one of the best clutch performers in franchise history. He’ll turn 33 next season, so it might not cost the team a king’s ransom.

The depth chart hinges on the health of Edelman and Mitchell. Edelman, who turns 32 in May, appears to be on track to return. It’s worth watching if Mitchell can also make a full recovery. Add those two with Cooks and Hogan and the Patriots have ample depth. Add in Amendola and they’ll be rolling. At that point, can Britt or Dorsett make the team?

Of course, with two receivers over 30, the team could always get younger. With Cooks and Hogan entering contract years, the Patriots could look for additional youth.

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The Cincinnati Bengals continue to have one of the NFL’s most stable quarterback situations.

That’s in large part because of Andy Dalton, who has grown into a franchise quarterback during the course of his seven-year career. He’s shown he can play at a Pro Bowl-level and lead the Bengals to the playoffs, even if he has yet to win a postseason game.

Making Dalton’s deal even more special is he’s one of the best value quarterbacks in the NFL in terms of veterans who have signed deals following their rookie contracts. Dalton’s contract pays him an average of just $16 million per year, the 16th-highest of any quarterback, per Spotrac.

That’s after Jimmy Garoppolo just signed a massive deal with the 49ers, paying him an annual salary of $27.5 million. That number isn’t far from being twice as much as what Dalton makes, despite the fact that Dalton has 102 more regular-season starts than Garoppolo.

And that’s before impending free agents Kirk Cousins and Drew Brees sign new deals, which are guaranteed to be bigger than Dalton, who will likely enter the 2018 season with the 19th-highest average among quarterbacks.

It will also be one of, if not the lowest average among starting quarterbacks on non-rookie deals. That kind of team-friendly deal only strengthens the fact that Cincinnati has one of the best quarterback situations in the NFL.

Additionally, should the Bengals cut Dalton this offseason, they would be on the hook for only $2.4 million. But if they cut Dalton in 2019, there is no dead cap hit.

That’s right. The Bengals could cut Dalton next year and not owe him a penny. If the Bengals keep Dalton around as expected, he’ll continue getting paid between $16.3-$17.7 million per year for the 2018-2020 seasons before becoming a free agent in 2021.

It’s likely that Dalton will sign an extension sometime within the next two seasons before being allowed to become a free agent. Still, it’s great to see the Bengals have so much flexibility with his deal while also not being hamstrung by it.

Now, it’s time for the Bengals to start taking advantage of it and re-signing their best players while acquiring some quality outside free agents as well. Despite having Dalton signed to such a good deal, the Bengals have let Marvin Jones, Mohamed Sanu, Kevin Zeitler and Andrew Whitworth leave in free agency over the last two offseasons, so they’ve really done a poor job at taking advantage of Dalton’s sweetheart deal.

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Preston Brown is set to hit free agency in March, but that is not stopping the linebacker from playing Buffalo Bills general manager.

Brown recently spoke with Jeremy Rauch of Cincinnati’s FOX 19 about a wide variety of subjects. Perhaps the most interesting comment made by Brown, a Cincinnati native, was that the Bengals should trade Andy Dalton to the Bills if they’re not happy with the quarterback.

Dalton played a big role in ending the Bills’ 17-year playoff drought. The Bengals quarterback threw a late-game touchdown pass to Tyler Boyd in the regular season finale against the Baltimore Ravens. Shortly after Dalton ended the Ravens’ season, Bills fans donated generously to the Andy and Jordan Dalton Foundation.

Buffalo is expected to move on from Tyrod Taylor this offseason and the team could find his replacement in the draft, free agency or via trade. The Bills will keep all of their options open, but is Dalton a realistic possibility?

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Anything can happen in the NFL, but there is no indication that the Bengals would move Dalton despite Brown saying “everybody talkin’ about go trade for him.” Bleacher Report’s Chris Simms predicted that A.J. McCarron, the Bengals’ No. 2 quarterback, would start for the Bengals at some point in 2018, but he never predicted the quarterback would exit Cincinnati this offseason.

Dalton probably won’t be the Bills’ starting quarterback in 2018, but Brown was correct about one thing. The quarterback would be treated like a king in Buffalo.

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On Sunday, Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Jesse James had a controversial touchdown catch overturned. He caught the ball, turned to lunge for the goal line, and made it across. The ball hit the ground, though, and moved as he reached out. That small movement was enough to have it ruled incomplete, even though he’d plucked it out of the air and then only lost it because he was trying to score.

It was similar to Detroit Lions wideout Calvin Johnson’s apparent touchdown catch in 2010, against the Chicago Bears. Johnson leapt up to make the grab with just seconds remaining, caught the ball, landed, turned, fell so that his knee hit, and then reached out with the ball to brace himself on the ground. When he did so, the ball popped out. Johnson didn’t even try to grab it as the announcers went crazy; everyone watching that play thought it was a game-winning touchdown.

Then the refs blew the whistle, reviewed it, and said it didn’t count because he hadn’t controlled the ball all the way through the ground.

After watching James suffer the same fate, former Indianapolis Colts coach and Super Bowl champion Tony Dungy didn’t hold back.

“In trying to make the catch-no catch rule black and white for the officials after Calvin Johnson’s play in 2010 the NFL has made a mistake,” Dungy wrote. “Balls that EVERYONE thinks are catches are actually incomplete.”

For what it’s worth, the NFL appears to be enforcing the rule properly. Dungy’s argument is just that the rule is wrong. Anyone who sees those plays thinks they’re obviously catches for touchdowns. The rule defines them as heartbreaking incomplete passes. He thinks they should revise the rule, especially since games are literally being decided based on these replay overturns.

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Nick Saban, Gus Malzahn and the rest of the millionaire coaches club must pay plenty of attention to recruiting right now, but it’s not all focused on high school prospects.

There’s also the notion of current players deciding whether to jump early to the NFL.

The top candidate, of course, is Auburn running back Kerryon Johnson.

Auburn’s workhorse back emerged as a Heisman Trophy candidate, despite missing two early games with hamstring injury, and ran for 1,320 yards and 17 touchdowns. He averaged an SEC-best 120 yards rushing per game, but is now battling rib and shoulder injuries sustained in the Iron Bowl.
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So, if Johnson and Pettway head to the NFL, would that decimate Auburn’s running game? Would the Tigers be required to turn to true freshman Asa Martin? Should Malzahn lobby Johnson to stay for another college season or head to the NFL, knowing the short shelf life for NFL running backs?

As practices began this week for Alabama and Auburn and both teams preparing for bowl games on Jan. 1, the questions surrounding Johnson and other standout underclassmen will intensify.

Underclassmen have until Jan. 15 to file declaration papers with the league, so players have less than a month to make a final decision.

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James Harrison did not play again last Sunday. That makes four games he missed this season, two dressed, two not.

He has not been hurt. He’s played 29 defensive snaps, or 6.8 percent of the plays, through half a season. The franchise sack record-holder with 82.5 has one very big one this season which may have saved their victory at Kansas City at the end.

Yet, he languishes on the bench. Frustrated? Angry? Perhaps, but he has not lashed out, has not pulled a Martavis Bryant wholesale jerseys authentic or even an Antonio Brown. The simple fact of the matter is that James Harrison is 39½ years old, and the Steelers’ two young outside linebackers, rookie T.J. Watt and Bud Dupree, are doing the job now and building toward the future. They also cover receivers better, and an outside linebacker’s job is not just rushing the quarterback and stopping the run.

“He understands,” position coach Joey Porter insisted. “I try to tell him how fortunate he really is and I know how hard he works in the offseason and it’s easy to get frustrated. I haven’t been around a player who doesn’t think they shouldn’t get more, so I get that, especially when you’re talking about the all-time sack leader for a franchise.

“So obviously he feels like he can go out there and do more. But you just got to understand his situation, like I try to tell him, you’re 39 years old … You’re in a fortunate spot to where a lot of people don’t get that. Nobody plays linebacker here at 39. When we hit 30 we’re always looking to do something different. So the simple fact that they still have you here, that just shows you how much loyalty they have to you and they still think that you can still play. As long as you know that, you can’t be mad at the situation.

“We want you to be here to win a championship; we want you to be part of it. No matter how we use you. And when we do use you, I know you’re going to go out there and make a play. As long as we have the same understanding and we don’t hide anything, he knows exactly what it is, there’s really nothing you can be mad about.”

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Porter explained the reasons why Harrison would be a “safety net” back in August, that they have two young outside linebackers they believe in and will play for now, for the future. Nothing changed since then.
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They’re not quite “saving” the old guy for later, as they did last season, when he came on like the old Harrison in the second half after Jarvis Jones failed at right outside linebacker. This is different. They are delighted with the progress of Watt, in particular, as well as Dupree and backup Anthony Chickillo, who subbed for eight plays at outside linebacker Sunday in Detroit.

“James is never out of the picture,” Porter insisted. “We’ll use James when we feel it’s time to use James. The Kansas City game, we knew he was a good matchup against [tackle Eric] Fisher, and he came in there and closed the game like we thought he could.

“He understands the process, he’s not always going to be happy. I know he’s going to be frustrated at times because he wants to play. He’s been playing good the past three, four years, so why wouldn’t he want to play? He just has to understand where we are now, though.

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“It’s not like we’re rushing [the passer] every play. I mean, our outside linebackers are dropping a lot. When James goes in the game, you know he needs to go rush the quarterback. I’m not going to say he can sit up there and make those plays that T.J.’s making. T.J.’s 22, and James is 39.

“I mean having him out there covering, that’s not what he’s doing right now, that’s not his strong suit. His strong suit is when we get to this cold weather, if somebody comes here and tries to run the ball, I can put him in there and it’s not going to happen. If it gets cold here at playoff time, I can have him in those tough situations, go rush the quarterback and get a sack because the situation is not going to be too big for him.

“It’s just frustrating right now, but his time is going to come when we’re going to need him. If he is frustrated, he’ll tell me how he feels, but at the same time we’ll move on. It’s not like we’ll hold a grudge and he’s not going to talk to me for a day or nothing. We’re past that. He’s like my little brother.

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A season ago, the Houston Texans had the best defense in the NFL.

And that was without three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year J.J. Watt.

In Watt’s absence, Jadeveon Clowney, the No. 1 pick who had spent his first two NFL seasons dealing with injuries and was now finally healthy, played as the disruptive force the Texans saw when they drafted him in 2014.

Now with both players finishing the offseason activities healthy, the Texans hope to get both back at that level and able to intimidate opposing offenses together in 2017.

“The greatest thing about those two is that they are the ultimate competitors,” defensive line coach Anthony Weaver said. “So I think whenever you have those two and Whitney Mercilus, they’re all going to push each other to reach new heights. I know on the practice field, they’re like, ‘I’m going to get there first. I’m getting to the quarterback first. I’m going to make more plays today.’ And when you have that competition as a group, you just become better.”

Last season without Watt on the field, head coach Bill O’Brien said that opposing teams were able to double-team Clowney and that, although it helped to have other guys — Mercilus and Benardrick McKinney — playing well, the Texans did focus on working on a game plan to free Clowney so he could continue to make disruptive plays.

But while Weaver said it’s “absolutely not” as easy as just sliding Watt back into the lineup and expecting the defense to take a huge step forward, he made it clear that is on him and the rest of the coaching staff to figure out.

“Every time both guys are on the field together, we all become better as a unit,” Weaver said. “There’s no addition by subtraction because of J.J. Watt. Absolutely not.

“We’re very fortunate that we have a bunch of dynamic players, but up front we have those three [Watt, Clowney and Mercilus] in particular. And it’s up to us coaching-wise to make sure we put them in the best position to be successful. Sometimes that’s not an easy task as it seems to be. But the expectations haven’t changed. We know where we finished a year ago. We know what we expect out of our unit this season, and obviously having J.J. back is going to do nothing but help us achieve those goals.”

Assistant head coach Romeo Crennel, who served as the Texans’ defensive coordinator the past three seasons, said he and the coaching staff are looking forward to the problems the group presents to opposing teams with Watt, Clowney and Mercilus chasing the quarterback at the same time.

“I think we all know what J.J. brings to the table,” Crennel said. “For opponents to try to figure out where they’re going to send their protection: Do they send it to J.J.? Do they send it to Clowney? Exactly how they’re going to do all that as far as from a protection standpoint, I think that’s going to make it extremely difficult on the offense. So, if we can keep both of those guys healthy, and Whitney as well, I think it will be difficult for them.”

Earlier in the offseason, when Watt did his first interviews since reinjuring his back and being ruled out for the rest of the season, his eyes lit up when he was asked about what the No. 1-in-2016 defense could do with him back on the field.

“We’re really excited about it. Obviously, we have a lot of great pieces in place,” Watt said. “We have a phenomenal defensive staff. We have phenomenal guys on the team, so it’s all about just going out there and doing what we’re able to do. I think a lot of it comes down to belief, and I think we see what we’re capable of doing and then it comes down to believing that you can take another step and another step, and I think we have that level of belief now and I think it’s only going to grow.”

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Mike Triplett of ESPN.com caught up with Brees this week and he said the way that Rodgers played last year is almost unfair. And he’s specifically talking about the play Rodgers made in the playoffs when he threw a scrambling sideline pass to Jared Cook to help the Green Bay Packers beat the Dallas Cowboys.

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“It’s funny, I feel like Aaron Rodgers has cursed us all,” said Brees, who brought up the subject while talking about how he recently met draft prospect Deshaun Watson while the Clemson quarterback was preparing for his pro day in the San Diego area.

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The news elicited excitement among CFL fans — but not so fast, my friends. The move is more an indication of the players’ NFL opportunities than their CFL ones.

The vast majority of players put on a negotiation list never actually have contact with their would-be Canadian teams — never mind agree to terms and then make the roster. Tim Tebow made news when Jim Popp put him on the Montreal Alouettes list, but it was just a footnote when he was taken off.

Law of averages says both Kaepernick and Griffin will follow a similar path.

That hasn’t stopped Hamilton from trying, however. Under the leadership of Eric Tillman and Kent Austin, the team is developing a track record of getting in line for potential marquee QBs and already counts wholesale mesh jersey Johnny Manziel on the neg list.

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What’s more, a closer look at those players shows this is no random endeavour. Kaepernick, Griffin and Manziel all profile best in read-option systems. All three were prolific passers in college. And all three are not comfortable playing under centre but are adept at playing in the shotgun or pistol.

In layman’s terms, their mobility makes them perfect for the Canadian game, and the average CFL offence would highlight their strengths — not accentuate their weaknesses.

That said, although Kaepernick and Griffin III could be great CFL players, chances are we’ll never see it come to fruition. As of writing this it would not be a mutually beneficial equation — there is little to no upside for the players in question.

For starters, both have lucrative endorsement deals contingent on them plying their trade in the NFL. Both will be motivated to wait things out and see if a team gets desperate because of injury or under-performance and gives them a call rather than be bound to a CFL contract.

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What’s more, if an NFL team doesn’t take a chance on Kaepernick, he could do a speaking tour or write a book about his recent experiences and make more money than Hamilton could afford to pay him for a season’s work.

The lack of motivation isn’t just fiscal jersey china wholesale. It is logical.

There is nothing the Kaepernick or Griffin can do in the CFL to prove they can be a fit for an NFL team. This is not the equivalent of Doug Flutie or Warren Moon proving they can play the quarterback position as a pro — Kaepernick and RG3 have both already proven that.

Griffin was rookie of the year in 2012. Kapernick started in the Super Bowl in 2013. Both started for the majority of their teams’ games last year.

The question is are they still starter-capable players and, if so, is their baggage worth acquiring along with their skills?

With Griffin, that baggage includes a perceived self-promotional attitude and an inability to stay healthy. And with Kaepernick, it’s the attention his protest actions bring and questions about whether he can be accurate from the pocket.

Becoming a CFL all-star this year or next won’t do much to erase those questions.

(And before you run to the comments section below, yes, I know Vince Young decided to play in Saskatchewan. He’s also 34 and hasn’t played a meaningful NFL down in six years. Kaepernick is 29. Griffin is 27.)

Another thing to remember: Free agency opened just two weeks ago. Rosters are far from set and we haven’t even had the draft yet. If we are having this conversation in August and missing training camp for either is a possibility then the tenor of the conversation changes slightly, but not by much.

Right now the first and more logical step for each would be to welcome a role as an NFL backup and see where the chips fall.

For Kaepernick especially that call may never come as there is legitimate talk that he could be blackballed, which I feared would happen at the outset of free agency.

Spike Lee is already sounding the alarm.

And yesterday Donald Trump weighed in at a campaign rally in Kentucky, passing on an idea that NFL teams didn’t want to sign Kaepernick in an effort to avoid the U.S. president’s Twitter wrath.

But even the hottest of takes need time to simmer, and there’s still a lot of time for a Kaepernick market to develop. Adrian Peterson is a first-ballot Hall of Famer and he has yet to sign an NFL contract this off-season. It is still early.

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However, he won’t last forever and may not even last long. He has struggled with a variety of injuries in recent years and started only 10 games last season.

Hamilton is simply doing the due diligence in adding intriguing players to their neg list. But that move is one with the potential future in mind — not the present.

What it signals most is that both players’ NFL futures are presently uncertain. Not that they’ll realize their CFL potential any time soon, if at all.

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When asked Tuesday about his comments, Syndergaard held firm.

“Their ability is outstanding,” Syndergaard said of the Mets’ rotation, speaking at the team’s holiday party at Citi Field. “We’re kind of like a tight-knit brotherhood ourselves. We’re all just rooting for one another.”

If the Mets plan to upend the Nationals in the National League East this season, however, it will take more than camaraderie. The Mets’ rotation needs to stay healthy throughout the summer, a feat that only Syndergaard and Bartolo Colon achieved in 2016. Now, with Colon in Atlanta, the Mets will rely on significant innings from Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom and Steven Matz, all of whom are coming off surgery.

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For now, Syndergaard is content resting and relaxing. He recently returned from Spain, where he vacationed outside Madrid with his parents. And he showed up Tuesday in New York for the Mets’ holiday party, an annual event for schoolchildren from various Queens neighborhoods.

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Playing a 6-foot-6 Santa Claus in a Mets-blue suit and a snow-white beard, Syndergaard hopes to avoid the “curse” that has affected past Mets Santas, a disproportionate number of them suffering significant injuries following their roles as St. Nick. Unworried about that, Syndergaard handed out presents Tuesday alongside “elves” Brandon Nimmo and Jose Reyes, saying afterward that he looks forward “to wholesale jersey outlet doing this for many more years to come.”

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Stolarz made 29 saves in the Philadelphia Flyers’ 5-3 win against the Calgary Flames at Wells Fargo Center on Sunday.

“Being able to win your first start is huge,” Stolarz said. “Kind of gets you a little more comfortable. I think my pro debut in the American league, I don’t think I won for the first five games.”

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Stolarz, selected by the Flyers in the second round (No. 45) of the 2012 NHL Draft, is the first goaltender born in New Jersey to play in the NHL.

“He was outstanding today,” forward Jakub Voracek said. “He made himself big when he needed to. He made huge saves in the second period there when the game was 2-1, 3-1. Was really important for us. It was good to see him get that first win.”

Voracek, Wayne Simmonds, Chris VandeVelde and Roman Lyubimov each had a goal and an assist for the Flyers (10-10-3), who won for the first time in three games. Michael Raffl also scored.

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TJ Brodie had a goal and an assist, and Matthew Tkachuk and Alex Chiasson scored for the Flames (10-13-1). Chad Johnson made 38 saves.

VandeVelde and Lyubimov joined Brayden Schenn on the fourth line, and coach Dave Hakstol called it the Flyers’ best Sunday.

“I thought that line kind of epitomized our game tonight,” Hakstol said. “With Brayden Schenn in the middle, they just played great all night. Their 5-on-5 play was straight line, hard-nosed. … Lot of contributions from that line to our win tonight.”

Raffl’s backhand goal

The Flyers led 2-1 when VandeVelde tipped a Lyubimov feed past Johnson at 7:20 of the second period. Simmonds scored on a breakaway 24 seconds later to put the Flyers ahead 4-1.

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“When you’re getting production from all four lines, it’s a good thing,” Simmonds said. “That’s what takes teams really far in this League, when you’re getting production from everybody. Thought those guys have done a good job this year, and they were lights-out tonight.”

Tkachuk tipped a Dougie Hamilton feed past Stolarz for a power-play goal to get the Flames within 4-2 at 8:05 of the third period, but Lyubimov scored on the rebound of a Michael Del Zotto shot at 9:55 to put the Flyers ahead 5-2. It was Lyubimov’s first multipoint NHL game, and came after being a healthy scratch the past seven games.

Tkachuk redirects shot for PPG

“Tonight energy-wise was his best game, which can be real hard to do when you haven’t played in nearly two weeks,” Hakstol said. “But he came in, he was sharp, his energy level was great.”

The Flames took the lead at 7:42 of the first period when Brodie scored shorthanded, but the Flyers tied it on Raffl’s goal at 17:42. The Flyers outshot the Flames 15-7 in the first period.

“I was very disappointed with our guys after the first,” Flames coach Glen Gulutzan said. “I let them know that and it didn’t get any better in the second.”

Goal of the game

Claude Giroux made a wholesale jersey outlet seam pass to Voracek along the goal line on the right side of the Flames zone. His sharp-angle shot bounced off the skate of Flames captain Mark Giordano and over Johnson’s shoulder for a power-play goal 52 seconds into the second period to give the Flyers a lead they never relinquished.

Voracek deflects PPG off defender

Save of the game

At 14:43 of the second period, Backlund shot while cutting through the crease, but Stolarz got his right pad on it.

Stolarz’s impressive pad save

Unsung moment of the game

Schenn raced deep to pressure Johnson, who was playing the puck behind his net. Johnson’s errant pass went to Lyubimov and led to VandeVelde’s goal at 7:20 of the second.

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VandeVelde nets tip-in goal

Highlight of the game

Flyers center Nick Cousins blocked a shot by Flames defenseman Brett Kulak, started the play the other way and split Kulak and defense partner Deryk Engelland with a pass to send Simmonds alone on Johnson. Simmonds deked and lifted a backhand over Johnson for his Flyers-best 11th goal at 7:44 of the second.

Simmonds scores on a breakaway

They said it

“We probably don’t use any of it. It’s how we play tomorrow and we can just have a fresh start when we wake up in the morning.” — Flames forward Matthew Tkachuk nhl jersey wholesale

Need to know

Frolik played in his 600th NHL game. … Giroux’s assist on Voracek’s goal gave him 536 points, one more than Simon Gagne for 10th on the Flyers’ scoring list. It also was his 366th assist, tying Rod Brind’Amour for seventh in Flyers history.