Five Flyers Observations: The absence of goal scoring, Penalty Kill prominence & more

When the Flyers beat the Blackhawks last Thursday, the first line controlled the game and dominated the Blackhawks. The top line showed their dominance by being the only Flyers forwards on the score sheet. Now, just two games later, they too are struggling to score. After Saturday’s shutout loss to the Wild in Philadelphia, Coach […]

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Flyers are seeing resurgence of a forgotten 1st round pick and it’s rejuvenating their 4th line

The day was June 22nd, 2012. The formerly known Consol Energy Center, in Pittsburgh, PA, was the location. It was home to the 1st round of the 2012 NHL Draft. The Flyers picking 20th after coming in 3rd place, in the former Atlantic Division, the year before.  Coming off a pretty good season too.  First, […]

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The Good, the bad and the ugly from Flyers disappointing four game stretch

The Philadelphia Flyers capped off a miserable week with a 5-0 loss to the scorching hot Washington Capitals on Sunday. A 1-3-0 record for the week with the lone win being a shootout win at home against the Vancouver Canucks. The Flyers were outscored 19-9 while losing three more games on the road. Their record now stands at 22-18-6 […]

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