By Jenny Masters
It may have been a heartfelt statement of loyalty on the part of Keith Jones.
Ed Snider was the Flyers owner from 1967 through 2016, when he died.
And he is a beloved figure within the organization.
But Snider’s reign was characterized by his tendency to only hire from within the Flyers family.
Since 2010, when the Flyers lost the Stanley Cup in six games to Chicago, they have become a laughingstock.
Let’s see if Jones, a former player, as well as Danny Briere, the Flyers GM, can break that streak.