Previously winners of five straight games, the Philadelphia Flyers skated onto their home ice to host the Arizona Coyotes. They were favored on the money-line spreads, which is usually a sign for a trap in this wild world of Philadelphia sports. Even though the Flyers weren’t on the favorable side of the goaltender matchup, the […]Read more "Vigneault Appreciates Effort, Flyers Need to Execute"
Just around this time last year, then Philadelphia Flyers General Manager, Ron Hextall, was relieved of his front office duties. Hextall was the one responsible for hiring, then Flyers head coach, Dave Hakstol. The team had talent last season. The difference this season is that they aren’t playing without passion. Another difference would be the […]Read more "Ron Hextall Was “Fly Or Die” Before It Was the Flyers Brand"
An early lack of discipline and conversions on scoring chances got the Philadelphia Flyers in a hole against the Arizona Coyotes. Darcy Kuemper is among the top of the list this season when discussing the top overall goaltenders. When that is the case, the Flyers need to play more aggressively on offense. While that wasn’t […]Read more "The Hat Trick: Coyotes Feast on Flyers"
Coming off of an overflow of late offense to secure a victory against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday, the Philadelphia Flyers look to maintain a couple of different streaks. Tonight, the Flyers play the Arizona Coyotes at the Wells Fargo Center and yours truly will be in attendance, representing Philly Sports Network. After the […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers vs Arizona Coyotes"
To kick off December after a roasting November, the Philadelphia Flyers picked up another home win in regulation against the Toronto Maple Leafs, winning 6-1. James van Riemsdyk, Scott Laughton, Claude Giroux, Joel Farabee, Travis Konecny, and Shayne Gostisbehere all posted goals tonight in a game that was described as “the closest 6-1 game” by […]Read more "Flyers’ Michael Raffl to Miss 4 Weeks With Broken Finger"
Winners of four of their last five games, the Philadelphia Flyers host the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight. Over this season, the Flyers have been one of the better teams to play on home ice. Recently, they’ve turned over that home-ice success to the road to finish strong in November. December is the season for giving […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers vs Toronto Maple Leafs"
The day after Thanksgiving is usually when consumers are at the stores, reaping the benefits of all the “Black Friday” deals. The Philadelphia Flyers reap a different kind of benefit on “Black Friday.” It’s the winning kind of benefit that shows in the Metropolitan Division standings. On 11/29/2019, the Flyers secured their second win in […]Read more "The Hat Trick: Flyers Celebrate “Orange and Black Friday”"
A win against the Vancouver Canucks in regulation is something that the Philadelphia Flyers can sink their teeth into. No points were awarded to the Canucks and the Flyers created optimal space between them on the standings. That’s how wins need to happen. Carter Hart did a fantastic job in net to win in regulation […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers at Columbus Blue Jackets"
You know the feeling. The same song plays like a broken record, missing the same parts at all the same times. That’s how the Philadelphia Flyers have been the last couple weeks. It’s the same song about closing games and losing in shootouts. The topic of discussion is the broken record. Both teams played competitively […]Read more "The Hat Trick: Flyers Engulfed By Flames"
It’s not fair to put last night’s game on Carter Hart. While the Philadelphia Flyers did score first and Brian Elliott eventually replaced Hart, this isn’t on the goaltender. The skaters on the ice were slow to the puck. Even after being down by a goal, the Florida Panthers kept playing tough and the cream […]Read more "The Hat Trick: What we learned in the Flyers’ disappointing loss to Panthers"