The 2012-2013 season will be another period of growth for a Flyers team who are looking to fix areas in which there were shortcomings last season.
There are two keys to success for a talented team who are hoping to bring a Stanley Cup to Philadelphia for the first time since 1975.
One of the glaringly obvious problems in the playoffs was their defense. Regardless of who was playing defense for the team, there were too many giveaways at crucial moments.
Granted it is tough to play fast and intense hockey and remain accurate in passing. I completely understand how hard that is.
However, if the team wants to win the ultimate trophy, they must improve in this area. Here are the things that must not happen next season.