Will the NHL Draft party ever come? Most Flyers fans are anxious, and ready to rock and roll while waiting for Draft day. June 22, 2018 couldn’t come soon enough. Just who will the drafting guru in Ron Hextall select towards the late rounds of the draft? Well, nobody knows truthfully. Hextall has transformed the […]Read more "Flyers 2018 Draft Profiles: Catching up with sleeper Goaltender Jordan Kooy"
There are some mysteries in the world of sports. From an athlete’s psyche, to maintaining healthy relationships while playing the sport they have fallen in love with, there is however one thing that is forgotten sometimes. Athletes are humans too, just like you and I. Ever wonder what goes on in an athlete’s mind? Some […]Read more "Stars have feelings too: A look into the battles with mental health faced by Professional Athletes"
Who predicted that Philadelphia Flyers Center Sean Couturier would be a first line Center? Not many hockey analysts, and even some fans never thought that Couturier would ever breakout offensively, like he did in Junior hockey by tallying 192 points in his final two seasons. For the past few years when thinking of Couturier breaking […]Read more "Does Anze Kopitar’s Hart nomination hurt Flyers’ Sean Couturier’s Selke chances?"
Well Folks that’s all she wrote. Another Flyers season is in the books, and what a season it was. Yes, there were a lot of ups and downs. However, there were more ups than downs. For instance, the revival of Claude Giroux’s career, Sean Couturier finally emerged as an offensive powerhouse, Ivan Provorov finally replaces […]Read more "Flyers Weekly Mailbag: Looking Ahead"
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"
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"
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"
After giving up the games first goal and falling behind 2-1, the Flyers came back with fiery and fire and defeated the Hurricanes 4-3. The Flyers got contributions from multiple players tonight. They were led by Shayne Gostisbehere and Sean Couturier, who both had 2-point nights. The Flyers also got goals from Michael Raffl, Ivan Provorov, […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: The magic number is down to 1"
Let’s circle back to mid-February. The Flyers were in the midst of a playoff push and were in some deep trouble. They had just lost their starting goaltender, Brian Elliott, for 5-6 weeks due to surgery, and were without backup Michael Neuvirth, shocker, for the time being as well. Then something wonderful happened. Ron Hextall […]Read more "Flyers Fact Check: Trading for Petr Mrazek wasn’t necessary"
Wait did the Philadelphia Flyers score in overtime???? Were waiting…the proud orange clad fans had their hopes up for a run for the Metropolitan Division. Now the fans are just hoping the orange and black make the playoffs. Thank God the orange and black won a gritty 2-1 match up over the Colorado Avalanche on […]Read more "Flyers Weekly Mailbag: A Roller Coaster season ends on a high, but Neuvy’s hurt Again…"