Its been a crazy past few weeks for our Philadelphia Flyers and not in a good way. The Flyers sit second to last in the NHL in points (38) trailing only the Los Angeles Kings (37) and currently sit fourteen points back of the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. With the trade deadline […]Read more "A Flyers Q&A Feature: From World Juniors to Trade Candidates"
We all say how much we love the Flyers and I trust that most people do. But I ask the question, are we sometimes misguided in the way we portray that love? The Flyers are going through one of the worst seasons in recent memory and it’s become quite obvious to everyone watching the team, […]Read more "Is the understandable negativity from fans hurting the Flyers more than we think?"
Have you ever seen that GIF where the boy has a stick and is pointing it at an object, telling it to do something? That is the current state of the Philadelphia Flyers. To put it bluntly, the orange and black are making a complete mess out of the 2018-19 season. Everyone thought a lightning […]Read more "It’s ‘Call-Up’ time for the Flyers, but which prospects have earned a nod?"
This is not news any Flyers fan wants to hear. You never want to hear that anyone is hurt. The thing is, with Ivan Provorov struggling, some have started to wonder if he’s playing through some type of injury. After practice Friday, Provorov was asked if his left hand had been bothering him of late […]Read more "Is Flyers’ Ivan Provorov playing hurt?"
Red Wings @ Flyers – December 18, 2018 Starting Lineup: PHILADELPHIA FLYERS 25 James van Riemsdyk – 28 Claude Giroux – 11 Travis Konecny 17 Wayne Simmonds – 14 Sean Couturier- 93 Jakub Voracek 21 Scott Laughton – 19 Nolan Patrick – 12 Michael Raffl 23 Oskar Lindblom – 44 Phil Varone – 22 […]Read more "Flyers able to defeat Red Wings in Carter Hart’s debut"
When Chuck Fletcher took over as the General Manager of the Flyers a few weeks ago, he envisioned a swift moving rebuild. Fletcher is committed to keeping the house that Hextall has built, but wants to win ASAP. He has inherited a young Flyers team that is just flat-out inconsistent, and a lot of it has to do with their Defense and Goaltending. Let’s […]Read more "Trying to make sense of the Flyers defensive woes"
One of my favorite sayings about life, in general, is “hindsight is 20/20.” Most likely, you have heard this one before, but it means that it’s easy to determine the right thing to do after something has already happened. This old saying is the theme of this week’s Flyers Prospects Mailbag. Two of our questions involve […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: Hindsight is 20/20"
The Flyers kicked off a five game road trip with an impressive 6-2 win over the Sabres this afternoon. Lots went right for the Orange and Black in this one but there’s always room for improvement right? Here are my three positives and three negatives from this afternoons game against Buffalo. Three Positives: Giroux tallies 4 […]Read more "Three positives and three negatives from Flyers 6-2 win over Buffalo"
In this week’s Flyers Prospects Mailbag, we address questions involving a particular theme. Now that the organization is going through a transitional period, opinions regarding potential trades are circulating. Many people want to know which prospects might be on their way out as the Flyers attempt to strengthen their NHL roster. Well, I have some […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: Which future assets are worth trading?"
In this week’s “Flyers Prospects Mailbag” we have two fantastic topics of conversation. First, we will talk about Wade Allison, his injury struggle, and whether he will jump to pro hockey next season. After that, I will do my best to categorize a few of the prospects within the Flyers farm system. Let’s rock! How […]Read more "Flyers Propsects Mailbag: Who is emerging as the Flyers top prospect during a dark time?"