This year, like many, many before, has been a year riddled with injury in net. Elliott is out about five weeks, and Neuvirth just injured himself Sunday afternoon against the Rangers. The Flyers just can’t catch a break. The worst part about it all is that the deadline is a week away, and nobody knows […]Read more "How These Next Few Games Could Determine the Future of Anthony Stolarz"
This time of year, every year, the trade rumors are swirling faster than an F5 tornado. Every year it seems to be the same story, the Flyers are one or two key pieces away from being serious Stanley Cup contenders. This year is no different. After underachieving last year with a 39-32-10 year, the Flyers […]Read more "Why this trade deadline will be especially tricky for the Flyers"
With the NHL Trade deadline looming, rumors are running rampant on social media, team websites, so on and so forth. We are all going to hear this rumor, and that rumor, and that this person is on the block but that person isn’t. It’s a tough time to filter out fact from fiction. One thing […]Read more "Why Flyers fans need to trust Ron Hextall as the trade deadline aproaches"
Reports are confirming that Brian Elliott had suffered a lower body injury in the shootout win against Arizona Saturday night. With Elliott having dealt with a nagging groin injury recently, it’s a safe assumption that the same issue has flared up once again, and this time, it might be for awhile. Reports also have confirmed […]Read more "It’s time to shine for Flyers goalie Alex Lyon"
All it took was a little tweak to the already injured groin of Brian Elliott against the Coyotes to send Flyers fans into a tiz. Twitter was abuzz with worry and concern, and disdain for the fact that Michael Neuvirth had to come in and spell an injured Elliott during a shootout. It all worked […]Read more "If Brian Elliott remains sidelined, what can the flyers do to replace him?"
We are fifty four games into the 2017-2018 NHL season, and Hakstol finally got something right. No, Andrew MacDonald and Brandon Manning are still on the roster. For now. And no, Dale Weiss hasn’t fallen off the face of the earth. Let’s get real for a second here. One of the more recent roster shakeups […]Read more "Flyers’ Travis “Top Line” Konecny is finally where he belongs"
Twenty eight games remain for the Philadelphia Flyers, and boy has it been a roller coaster of a ride. Ten game losing streaks, rookie-laden lineups, and even an Eagles Super Bowl Win. Flyers fans have seen it all this year, and with two months worth of hockey left to play, they’re in for a ride […]Read more "28 Games Later: What the Flyers have to look Forward to for the rest of the season"
First Period Highlights 1:40 in and Lyon has his first save of the night, on Pavel Zacha and it was actually pretty good! 2:47 and Patrick takes down Hischier, two minutes in the box for hooking. The Powerplay Show begins and the Devils Palmieri snipes one near side over Lyon’s shoulder, puts the […]Read more "Flyers @ Devils Recap: I’d Be Lyon If I Told You I Was Happy"
First Period Highlights :48 in and Neuvirth already has a bad handle on the puck and turns it over behind the net. Not as bad as it sounds, but definitely needs cleaned up. 1:18 in and the move to 2C is already paying dividends. Wayne Simmonds and Nolan Patrick go on a 2 on […]Read more "Flyers @ Caps Game Recap: Well, that escalated quickly…"
It all started with one simple statement made by Flyers great Eric Lindros during his jersey retirement speech. “Johnny remains my good friend, and I’ll be honest with you, I think he belongs in the hockey hall of fame. Just saying.” The Johnny that Eric is referring to is former teammate, linemate, and good friend […]Read more "Was Eric Lindros Right? Does Flyers legend John LeClair Deserve to be in the Hockey Hall of Fame?"