With 12:22 left in the 2nd, the Flyers got a powerplay. With 10:50 left in the 2nd, the Flyers scored their first of 2 power-play goals on the night. What happened before the goal showed why this Flyers team isn’t dead just yet. For the 1:32 leading into the goal, it was a flurry of […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: The Flyers power-play re-emerges and shows its dominance"
For the first time in 4 years, the Flyers swept the Western Canada trip. After struggling the past few years in Western Canada, the Flyers got back to their winning ways and swept the three Western Canadian teams. Tonight, the Flyers defeated the Canucks 4-1 off a strong performance by all aspects of the game: […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: The Flyers Complete Western Canada Sweep with win over Canucks"
With 0:58 left in the 2nd, the Flyers thought they broke the ice finally against Bruins Tuukka Rask. Well, if you have watched the Flyers this season, you’d know that nothing is as easy as that and indeed it wasn’t. Immediately following the goal, Bruins Head Coach Bruce Cassidy looked down at his little bench […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: What is goal interference again? Flyers lose 10th straight"
Ever since the last time the Flyers were shutout, Jordan Weal has been on the third line. He wasn’t demoted because of his play. But, the reason is the emergence of Travis Konecny needing more minutes on a nightly basis. During the 3-0 shutout loss in Chicago, Jordan Weal was moved to the Dale Weise […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: Jordan Weal looks lost without a playmaker"
In what many thought was supposed to be year one to a new Flyers reign, has turned into something completely different. Through the first 6 games of the year, the Flyers, 4-2-0, have been very dominant in each of those six games, asserting their new mentality of play that Coach Dave Hakstol has preached over […]Read more "5 Observations from the Flyers Season so far"