Sunday morning brought news of another injury to a Flyer even before the season begins. #Flyers D Andrew MacDonald sustained a lower body injury during an off-season workout and will be sidelined approximately six weeks.https://t.co/T1JCvdo0Cx — Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFlyers) September 9, 2018 Flyers defenseman Andrew MacDonald is out six weeks, and if that holds true, […]Read more "MacDonald’s injury presents a unique opportunity for one Flyers prospect"
We are 24 days away from preseason hockey, and 25 from Flyers preseason hockey. Hang in there folks, the light at the end of the tunnel is getting closer by the day. An already long enough off season, lengthened by the excitement surrounding young players development and the signing of a scoring winger that this […]Read more "Five things to look forward to: Flyers Edition"
Training camp will surely feature many battles. Travis Konecny will be fighting to earn back his spot on the top line. Oskar Lindblom will be fighting for a higher spot in the lineup as well. The most intriguing battle of all could very well be for the fourth line center role. Jori Lehtera seems to […]Read more "4C Faceoff: Who shores up the Flyers fourth line?"
Monday afternoon, news came down that the Flyers had qualified seven of their restricted free agents. Danick Martel, Tyrell Goulbourne, and Reece Willcox all qualified at $715,000, Robert Hagg at $874,125, and Taylor Leier at $846,886. The most obvious of the qualifying offers came with Alex Lyon being tendered at $918,831. With Lyon potentially being […]Read more "Everything Flyers fans need to know about Alex Lyon and Anthony Stolarz’ Qualifying Offers"
July 1st is less than a month away, and the Flyers have some change in their pocket to play with. Given the depth of this free agency class, the Flyers could come out of this offseason having nabbed a few solid players. The cream of the crop is obviously John Tavares and John Carlson, but […]Read more "The Blacklist: Six Free Agents the Flyers Should Avoid come July First"
Coming off the heels of a six game exit in the first round of the playoffs, the Flyers knew what they needed to work on, and so did their fans. Too many times did they witness the puck getting lost between Brandon Manning’s feet. Too many times did the fans see Radko Gudas make an […]Read more "Making the Case: Why Travis Sanheim and Philippe Myers will make the Flyers next season"
Almost five years ago, when Ron Hextall was only the “assistant” General Manager under Paul Holmgren, the Flyers took a hulking defenseman with the 11th overall pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. That giant was Samuel Morin, and he was destined for big things. The six foot seven 22 year old is the biggest […]Read more "Rehabbing Samuel Morin should be at the top of the Flyers’ priority list this offseason"
Season number 51 for the Philadelphia Flyers is in the books, and depending on how you look at it, some would call it a success. Expectations weren’t the highest going into the season, but there were goals many fans expected them to accomplish. Rookies were brought up, a new goalie was brought in, and our […]Read more "Thank You: An open letter to fans of the Philadelphia Flyers"
After game 3 Sunday afternoon, Flyers head coach Dave Hakstol announced that changes could be coming in regards to the lineup. He didn’t specify who or what, but speculation leads up to believe that Oskar Lindblom, who has underperformed so far in the series, may find himself up in the press box, watching Jordan Weal […]Read more "Optimizing the Flyers lineup ahead of game four"
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"