The same cliché has been used over and over again to describe the season that the Flyers are having. “It’s a roller coaster season,” “This season has been a roller coaster ride,” so on and so forth, all meaning the same. We could sit here for hours and debate the kind of season the Flyers […]Read more "In a season full of Flyers streaks, now is the time to start one that matters"
Just 34 seconds after Nolan Patrick made it a one goal game, the Flyers took a really weak penalty in center ice. However, just 78 seconds later, the Flyers did something they haven’t done since the home opener back on October 14th. The Flyers scored a short-handed goal off the stick of Wayne Simmonds. The […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: Wayne Simmonds scores Flyers 2nd short-handed Goal of the season"
Philadelphia entered last night’s game coming off a sluggish effort in New York on Tuesday. The Flyers looked to rebound against a struggling Leafs team. Toronto comes in losing three straight. The Leafs look to end a three game losing streak on an emotional night in Philly for Eric Lindros #88 retirement night. Flyers Lineup […]Read more "Post Game Recap: Flyers Fight Back For Big Win On Eric Lindros #88 Retirement Night"
Philadelphia enters the game coming off a sloppy effort and a 5-1 loss to the Rangers Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden. The Flyers look to rebound with a win against the Leafs tonight on an emotional night for big Eric Lindros. Toronto enters the game coming off a 2-1 OT loss to the Blues […]Read more "Flyers vs Maple Leafs Preview: #88 Goes to the rafters as Philly seeks a rebound"
On a night where the Flyers were missing their young stud, Nolan Patrick for the second straight game, they took on Auston Matthews and the Toronto Maple Leafs. Coming in off a 5-4 loss on Thursday against Ottawa, the Flyers will look to rebound tonight against a good Maple Leafs team. Thursday night wasn’t the […]Read more "Flyers defeat Maple Leafs 4-2 on the back of Brian Elliott"
Thursday night told the tale of two statistics, the shot count and the score. The Flyers played some of the best hockey they have all year against a Maple Leafs side that had won just two in their last ten coming into the matchup, but it wasn’t enough. The first two periods had fans scratching […]Read more "One step forward, two steps back: Flyers 2-3 Maple Leafs"