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"
Kids these days grow up so darn fast. That’s never been more evident than now when you take a look at the “kids” on the blue line in Philadelphia. Threee years ago, the Flyers fielded a blue line with the likes of Luke Schenn, Nicklas Grossmann, and Carlo Colaiacovo. Three years later, and here we […]Read more "The boys of the Flyers Blue Line are becoming men right before our eyes"
1st Period Highlights :28 seconds in and Provorov puts the Flyers up. Great give and go, with the assists going to Giroux and Gostisbehere. 3:48 Hagg takes the games first penalty, 2 minutes for holding the stick. Flyers killed the penalty. 7:14 Hagg walks the puck into the zone and wrists one past Anderson, putting […]Read more "Flyers @ Senators Recap: early goals, late goals, and everything in between"
Philadelphia Flyers Claude Giroux – Sean Couturier – Wayne Simmonds Michael Raffl – Valtteri Filppula – Jakub Voracek Jordan Weal – Nolan Patrick – Dale Weise Jori Lehtera – Scott Laughton – Travis Konecny Ivan Provorov – Andrew MacDonald Robert Hagg – Shayne Gostisbehere Travis Sanheim – Radko Gudas Brian Elliott Alex Lyon Detriot Red […]Read more "Hagg’s first NHL goal propels Flyers to a 4-3 victory over Detriot"
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"
Let’s think back a couple months. Back to a time where we had three big name prospects battling it out for two spots on the Flyers’ blue line. You had every analyst and arm-chair analyst making guesses as to who would don the orange and black with the Flyers when the season began. I bet […]Read more "Dave Hakstol made the right choice in taking a chance on Flyers underdog Robert Hagg"
Coming off a home opening win Saturday night at a rocking Wells Fargo Center against the Capitals 8-2, the Flyers looked to keep the momentum as the Florida Panthers came to town. The Florida Panthers coming into Philly with a 2-2-0 record, after dropping a contest Saturday night in Pittsburgh against the Penguins, looked to […]Read more "Flyers dominant again in overpowering 5-1 win over Panthers"
The Flyers have had an interesting start to the new NHL season and one that has been fueled by players of the future. The Flyers stunning 8-2 win over Washington saw the team issue a strong statement. But while the offense shined, there was a pleasant and very overlooked surprise on Defense. Fitting, considering the […]Read more "The Flyers may have the perfect defensive pairing for years to come"
Offices, bars, living rooms, you name it, the Flyers defensive situation has been mentioned in them all. It’s been the hottest topic since it was announced that the Flyers weren’t bringing back Michael Del Zotto or Nick Schultz. With Del Zotto signing in Vancouver, Schultz hanging up his skates, and the Flyers not making any […]Read more "Ranking the three prospects most likely to fill Flyers Blue Line vacancies"