Who would have thought?! Just who would have the thought the Flyers, who appeared to be dead in the water before game 5, would force a game 6 at home against their interstate rivals in the Pittsburgh Penguins? But, yet here they were as the orange and black continued to fight for their playoff lives. […]Read more "Three Flyers Observations From Game 6: All good things must come to an end"
The Philadelphia Flyers are back to the playoffs from a one year hiatus of such. It was a feel good story at the Wells Fargo Center with the Flyers making the playoffs, and playing their interstate rivals in the Pittsburgh Penguins in a first round matchup. However, its been anything but blissful, as the Flyers […]Read more "Flyers Weekly Mailbag: With their backs to the wall, the young Flyers need to shine"
This Flyers vs. Penguins playoff series had people around the Philadelphia region pumped before it began. Pumped as the Flyers were finally being back in the playoffs after taking a one year hiatus. Some proud orange clad fans thought the orange and black would knock Sidney Crosby and the Penguins on their bottoms, and well […]Read more "While the Flyers core needs to step up, there’s one player who refuses to get knocked down"
It’s been as hot of a topic as the season he is having. After being in the conversation for years, without the offensive numbers to back it up, Sean Couturier is rightly where he belongs, in the final three for the Frank J. Selke Award. Each year, the trophy is awarded to the best two-way […]Read more "Flyers Fact Check: Why Sean Couturier will win the Selke Award this year"
After game 3 Sunday afternoon, Flyers head coach Dave Hakstol announced that changes could be coming in regards to the lineup. He didn’t specify who or what, but speculation leads up to believe that Oskar Lindblom, who has underperformed so far in the series, may find himself up in the press box, watching Jordan Weal […]Read more "Optimizing the Flyers lineup ahead of game four"
Things haven’t exactly gone swimmingly well for the Philadelphia Flyers this postseason. Their strong finish to the regular season has been extinguished by their most hated rival. After three rollercoaster games, the Pittsburgh Penguins hold a 2-1 lead in the series ahead of game four. If Philly is to find a way back into this […]Read more "The one thing standing between the Flyers and a series win over the Penguins is themselves"
Will the consistent Philadelphia Flyers show up this season? The proud orange clad fans packed the Wells Fargo Center Sunday with the hopes of seeing their beloved team take control of the playoff series with the Pittsburgh Penguins. Unfortunately, the Flyers took too many penalties, and just aren’t receiving the help that is needed from […]Read more "An old friend of the Flyers continues to troll them after another tough playoff loss"
1st Period Shots – 11-4 Flyers Hits – 14-13 Flyers Faceoffs – 9-7 Flyers 10:25 – Penguins Goal – Sidney Crosby with a wraparound on Brian Elliott, 1-0 Penguins 11:55 – Penguins Penalty – Bryan Rust, 2 minutes, Tripping 14:41 – Flyers Penalty – Brandon Manning, 2 minutes, Tripping 18:17 – Penguins Penalty – Carl […]Read more "Flyers vs Penguins Game 3 Recap: Short-lived ecstasy"
The Philadelphia Flyers were looking to bounce back from an embarrassing 7-0 defeat in Game 1. The Flyers were shutout for just the 5th time in their history in Game 1 of a seven game playoff series. Showing no signs of panic, head coach Dave Hakstol kept the same lineup and starting goaltender, Brian Elliott, […]Read more "Game recap: Flyers get elusive first win against Pens and tie the series"
Lettttttttttttttttts go Flyers duh, duh, da, da, duh. Lets go Flyers duh, duh, da, da, duh. Who would have thought the orange and black would come out soooo flat in game one against the hated Pittsburgh Penguins in game 1 of the quarterfinals series?! Unfortunately, that’s exactly what happened after the Penguins routed this young […]Read more "Flyers Weekly Mailbag: Rebound With A Split"