Kaspar’s ghost still haunting the Flyers’ rumor mill

Over the past week, there has been a constant rumor floating around that Lukas Kasper, former Shark and 22nd overall in the 2004 NHL entry draft, has a tentative deal with the Flyers or more accurately, the Adirondack Phantoms.  A deal has not yet been announced  by the team,  however, talking to Director of Player Personnel Don Luce on Monday at the Flyers’ practice facility in Voorhees, N.J.,  it’s clear the Flyers are aware of the situation.

“He is unrestricted, but we don’t know yet,” said the tight-lipped Luce, about Lukas. “We are always interested in players that can come in and help.”

When asked if the rumors were true concerning Kaspar to the Phantoms, Luce laughed and said “You will have to wait for the release.”  quickly following his statement with, “If there is one.”

The body language that Luce presented made it clear that he was aware of the situation, but he still refused to make a comment.  And although there has been no resolution to the rumors, it is evident that Philadelphia is involved in the pursuit of the 22-year old Czech.  But if they will land him still remains to be seen.

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Filed under 2009-10 season, Adirondack Phantoms, Free Agents

One response to “Kaspar’s ghost still haunting the Flyers’ rumor mill

  1. Nice work, good to see someone corner Luce and ask the question.

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