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"
Coming off of a 7-0 loss to the cross-state rival Pittsburgh Penguins is something to be ashamed of. The Flyers were dominated in all aspects of the game, plain and simple. Pittsburgh came out firing on all cylinders, and the Flyers came out the way that we have become accustomed to, flat. It’s not time […]Read more "The Flyers may have been embarrassed in game 1, but there’s no reason to panic"
Your finger food was in the crockpot, your beer was cold and the TV was turned up to 100. The stage was set for a great night… but then the puck dropped and your whole world crumbled around you. You started eating your carefully prepared snacks out of boredom and depression rather than excitement. Your […]Read more "7 bold predictions for the ‘Battle of Pennsylvania’ following a 7-0 Flyers beatdown"
There’s no question or denying that the Philadelphia Flyers came out flat last night. After an embarrassing 7-0 loss to the hated Pittsburgh Penguins, things couldn’t get much worse…or could they? Brian Elliott came out flat last night, and well didn’t play his best game. After only making 14 saves on 19 shots faced, Elliott […]Read more "The Flyers have received a request from their old friend"
It’s the age old debate, who has the best fanbase. Western Pennsylvania will always say the Penguins do. Eastern Pennsylvania will always say the Flyers do. I’m here to tell you why the west is full of it, and why they are. Back in 1967, the NHL decided to add six more teams to the […]Read more "Flyers Fact Check: Flyers fans are better than Penguins fans"
The Philadelphia Flyers are looking to advance to the second round of the playoffs for the first time since 2011-2012. Standing in their way is long-time division and cross-state rival, the Pittsburgh Penguins. Ironically, the last playoff series the Flyers won was against the Penguins in the first round of the 2012 NHL playoffs. Philly […]Read more "PSN Staff Predictions: Flyers-Penguins, Eastern Conference Quarterfinals"
Woooo the Philadelphia Flyers have made it. They have made the 2018 NHL Playoffs. Not many hockey analysts predicted that the orange and black would sniff the playoffs, but yet here they are. One great word to describe this playoff series between the Flyers and the Pittsburgh Penguins is “Destiny.” These two teams were destined […]Read more "Three keys to a Flyers playoff upset over the Pittsburgh Penguins"
The Flyers goaltending which started out the season as a strength has quickly deteriorated into a question mark. For those of us that have followed the Flyers for years it is wash, rinse, and repeat. This is a story that has unfolded for years; decades even. The difference is now there is a distinct end […]Read more "Five reasons why Carter Hart should be called up to the Flyers next season"
The Philadelphia Flyers motto is to remain patient and await the course. This is an uncommon practice in year’s past for the Flyers organization. However, Flyers fans are now beginning to see the transformation of a young Flyers team that is trying to stock up defensively for long-term success. Fans are hoping it pays off within the […]Read more "Flyers 2018 NHL Draft Profiles: Getting to know first round target RHD Bode Wilde"