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Flyers fans to get inside look at training camp on NHL Network's 'Behind The Glass' series

Flyers fans to get inside look at training camp on NHL Network's 'Behind The Glass' series

Flyers fans are set for an inside look at 2019 training camp as the team will be featured on the NHL Network's "Behind The Glass" series.

The 2019-20 campaign marks the first full season under general manager Chuck Fletcher and head coach Alain Vigneault, both of whom will be shadowed throughout the series as they conduct player evaluations and construct the roster.

"We are thrilled to be working with the NHL and NHL Network to showcase a different, all-access side of the Flyers organization," Valerie Camillo, Flyers and Wells Fargo Center president of business operations, said in a release.

"This is an incredible opportunity to give our fans and the hockey community a never-before-seen look at our club and to spotlight the promising young talent we are developing that will bring the Flyers to the next level."

Flyers training camp is expected to start either Sept. 13 or 14, while the preseason schedule can be found right here.

'Behind The Glass' highlights

• A day in the life with defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere, who is heading into his fifth season with the Flyers.

• A profile of Kevin Hayes, the Flyers' big offseason acquisition expected to bolster the group of forwards.

• A feature on the Flyers' 21-year-old goalie Carter Hart, who is entering his first full NHL season after sparking the team as a mid-December call-up in 2018-19.

• Following forward Jakub Voracek before the Flyers' Oct. 4 season opener in his native country Czech Republic.

Schedule

• Episode 1 — Wednesday, Sept. 25, 8 p.m. ET

• Episode 2 — Monday, Sept. 30, 8 p.m. ET

• Episode 3 — Monday, Oct. 7, 10 p.m. ET

• Episode 4 — Monday, Oct. 14, 8 p.m. ET.

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Flyers Talk podcast: What to expect with new-look 2019-20 team

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Flyers Talk podcast: What to expect with new-look 2019-20 team

On the latest Flyers Talk podcast, NBC Sports Philadelphia's Katie Emmer and Jordan Hall are joined by Joe Fordyce, the Flyers Pre and Postgame Live producer.

From expectations for the newcomers, something to look forward to and more, let's dive in:

0:35 — Get to know the Flyers Pre and Postgame Live producer

3:50 — Fordyce's No. 1 Flyers moment

5:20 — You will love Emmer's top moment

 9:45 — A concern has brought out good sign in Flyers

13:50 — How the Flyers save their best for last

17:00 — Keep expectations in check with Derek Grant and Nate Thompson

20:25 — Recognition for Scott Laughton; his role is increasing

25:00 — Kevin Hayes exceeding expectations and has his own beer!

 28:30 — The finish to February will be huge for the Flyers

 30:00 — Ready for Broadway? Should be fun

 32:00 — An underrated aspect to Flyers' turnaround

 39:00 — A glimpse into Flyers Pre and Postgame Live

44:45 — Emmer's hockey joke of the day!

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Kevin Hayes inspired beer to be released by Yards Brewing Company

Kevin Hayes inspired beer to be released by Yards Brewing Company

There’s no question that Kevin Hayes has assimilated well to Philadelphia.

Since signing a seven-year, $50 million deal this past offseason, the 27-year-old has endeared himself to Flyers fans. From being Gritty’s roommate to his fun nicknames to playing hockey well and helping — hopefully — lead the Flyers back to the playoffs, Hayes has quickly become a fan favorite.

The next logical step: A beer made and named in his honor.

Yards Brewing Company is releasing “Big Hayes-y 13” on Friday.

The beer is a double New England style IPA. For those unfamiliar with the style, New Englands are traditionally known for being juicy and hazy — hence the name — unlike traditional IPAs which have more hoppy bitterness. It's also an ode to Hayes' roots being from Dorchester, Massachusetts, and starring at Boston College.

The Flyers take on the Rangers Friday night so you can drink it while New York second guesses letting Hayes get away. Seems like the perfect beer to suck down while watching Hayes kill penalties and score goals with fantastic cellys.

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