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The Daily: GM on Hot Seat; Will Huberdeau Deal Cause Trickle Down Effect?

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Another day, another series of questions surrounding Philadelphia Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher and his job security. After a shaky offseason, and a horrendous 2021-22 season, the fanbase has seen just about enough in a very short time.

But where does Fletcher’s job security rank? Philly Hockey Now’s Sam Carchidi not only answers this but also other various Philadelphia Flyers topics in his recent podcast. The GM is a hot topic in Philadelphia and Carchidi is quite blunt after reviewing some of Fletcher’s trades.

Carchidi prefaces his final answer by saying marked improvement will keep Fletcher’s seat cool. But he certainly acknowledges the frustration of the fan base and bluntly states:

“If the players aren’t developing, and we see the same sad sack season we saw last year, you may see a change during the season.”

So starts the clock on Fletcher in Philadelphia.

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Lenida

OMG shiny new toy syndrome.
For both of them
Dudes been in Calgary probably never and now has committed a decade of his life there when he could have been in…California or Columbus with Johnny hockey!!

Yokes27

I try to avoid reading about that bum GM of my favorite team but his awfulness has seemed to trickle to other team sites as well…

Mark W

Good question. Yes it’ll trickle down to his family his agent and make a nice story for the media. Not much cap space left for trickling if they pay that to more than a few. They all agreed to the cap. Its taken some time to affect all teams. It’ll be interesting to see if the big payers can find cap loop holes to keep doing it.

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