It’s the NHL All-Star Weekend, which means all fanbases are watching their very best take center stage to play in the NHL All-Star Tournament and Skills Challenges. Soaking in the all-star vibes is one of my favorite times in any sports season. The Philadelphia Flyers’ own Metropolitan Division is the reigning and defending NHL All-Star […]Read more "The Philadelphia Flyers Mid-Season Awards"
Last Sunday, the Philadelphia Wings and the Rochester Knighthawks went to war. The score doesn’t show it, but the penalty minutes certainly do. It was the Wings we all expected to see after a disappointing loss in overtime the previous night against the New England Black Wolves. Clean or dirty, hits were aplenty. There were […]Read more "Premium Gouda: Philadelphia Wings vs New York Riptide"
A lot was thrown around at the Wells Fargo Center last night. Ivan Provorov threw his weight around center ice. The Philadelphia Flyers organization celebrated a throwback 80’s night. Travis Konecny and James van Riemsdyk threw points into the stat book. Most importantly, the Flyers overthrew the Los Angeles Kings, 4-1. In the opening frame, […]Read more "The Hat Trick: Flyers Overthrow the Kings"
Tonight is the first game of a double-header this week for the Philadelphia Wings as they travel to Uncasville, Connecticut to face the New England Black Wolves. Not only is it important that the Wings keep control of their momentum after a win at home, but tonight’s game carries heavy importance in the NLL standings. […]Read more "Premium Gouda: Philadelphia Wings at New England Black Wolves"
Wednesday night, the Philadelphia Flyers proved that they are world-beaters. In three out of four games, they have been victorious against teams that have claimed the spot of NHL’s best. First, it was the Washington Capitals who were defeated in regulation. Second, it was the Boston Bruins who were defeated in a shootout. Now, it’s […]Read more "The Hat Trick: Flyers Give St. Louis the Blues"
Since the comeback victory against the Boston Bruins on Monday night, the Philadelphia Flyers have had some setbacks of their own. Brad Marchand isn’t the only one who has his hands on the short end of the stick. The following practice, goaltender Carter Hart left the ice with an abdominal strain. In this time, the […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers at St. Louis Blues"
Four straight wins against the Boston Bruins by the Philadelphia Flyers, but this latest entry had it all! This is the third straight game that went beyond regulation and the overtime period, as well as the shootout, did not disappoint. The Flyers get the win on a very rare technicality. Brad Marchand just barely touched […]Read more "The Hat Trick: Flyers Win as Brad Marchand Overskates in Overtime"
Two days removed from being shut out for the first time this regular season, the quality opponents don’t stop visiting the Wells Fargo Center. Tonight, it’s the Boston Bruins who come to town to face the Philadelphia Flyers. After a heartbreaking loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday night, the Flyers gameplan is to […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers vs Boston Bruins"
For the first time in the 2019-2020 NHL season, the Philadelphia Flyers were blanked by another team. The Tampa Bay Lightning came into the Wells Fargo Center, where the Flyers own the best home record in all of the NHL, and shut out Philadelphia. In the nine-game winning streak that the Lightning touted, their best […]Read more "The Hat Trick: Lightning Strikes the Flyers"
Only a day after being shut out for the first time this season, the Philadelphia Flyers have made an in-house roster move. This time, the Flyers are recalling Connor Bunnaman and sending down David Kase to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. This is the fourth time since December that Kase has been moved between Philadelphia and […]Read more "Flyers Recall Bunnaman; Send Kase to Phantoms"