One day before the 2020 NHL Entry Draft, Matt Niskanen retired from the NHL. There is quite a bit to unpack as Niskanen makes his exit from the league, most recently having played on the Philadelphia Flyers. His efforts on the first line alongside Ivan Provorov were monumental during the 2019-2020 regular season. After the […]Read more "How Niskanen’s retirement & Braun’s extension impact Flyers draft plans"
We’re less than a week away from the 2020 NHL Draft! The landscape of many teams across the league will change as players will effectively be on the trading block, blockbuster trades will take place, and future superstars will be hand-selected by their new franchise. One team that’s among discussion of a potential draft-day move […]Read more "Philadelphia Flyers 2020 NHL Mock Draft 3.0: No Trades, Just Picks"
We were all confident that Brian Elliott would re-sign with the Philadelphia Flyers for the 2020-2021 season. The price was spot on for the aging, quality goaltender to stay with the Flyers. Today, Elliott signed a one-year, $1.5mil extension to stay in Philadelphia. Brian Elliott was the best option available for his value. In 2019-2020, […]Read more "Flyers Extend Brian Elliott"
After missing an entire regular season and postseason, Nolan Patrick will play center in Whitey’s World Scrimmage today at 1:10pm CT. His migraine condition eliminated him from playing hockey in 2019-2020, but could this be the initial sign that Patrick is on his road back? Whitey’s world is a project hosted by former Lehigh Valley […]Read more "Nolan Patrick set to play in a scrimmage as he begins hockey comeback"
In today’s NHL, a team must have reputable goaltenders on a rotation. Deep playoff teams have that on their roster. A lot of the reason why the Philadelphia Flyers were as good as they were during the 2019-2020 regular season was due to Brian Elliott’s performance. When Carter Hart struggled on the road, Elliott held […]Read more "Free agency frenzy: Should the Flyers re-sign Brian Elliott?"
After reaching the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, the Philadelphia Flyers have many decisions to make regarding their impending roster. Many of the players leased by Chuck Fletcher in 2019-2020 will see their way out. The burning questions lie in tune with what players will receive a contract extension. Sitting in the chair of the general manager […]Read more "Forecasting how many more Flyers will sign extensions this offseason"
Just because Chris Stewart retired as an active player in the NHL does not mean he has severed his relationship with the game. As of today, the Philadelphia Flyers brought Stewart on board as a player development coach for the franchise. Chuck Fletcher made the announcement, one day removed after Stewart retired as a player. […]Read more "Flyers hire a familiar face as new Player Development Coach"
On October 6th-7th, 2020, the NHL will host their 58th Entry Draft. For the Flyers, it’s all about making sure the new era continues the right way. The virtual draft will be the first of its kind throughout NHL history. Players born between January 1st, 2000, and September 15th, 2002, will be eligible for selection […]Read more "Flyers 2020 Mock Draft 2.0: Late Gems and Early Explosions"
Last night, the NLL held their 2020 Entry Draft. For the first time in league history, the draft was virtual. Hosted by Devan Kaney, Teddy Jenner, and Stephen Stamp, the 2020 NLL Entry Draft served as a refreshing potential beginning to the upcoming season. See Wings’ Head Coach and General Manager preparing for the virtual […]Read more "Introducing the Philadelphia Wings 2020 Draft Class"
Throughout his seven seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers, Scott Laughton has consistently improved. Before Alain Vigneault arrived as the head coach in Philadelphia, Laughton achieved career highs in assists and goals. He thrived under Dave Hakstol, but Vigneault brought his skill set to new heights. When 2019-2020 came to a close, Laughton was on pace […]Read more "Flyers Scott Laughton Reflects on 2019-2020"