The Flyers are back in town. Let’s get this party started. The orange and black continue their pre-season tilts, and some prospects have stood out from the rest. For instance, Joel Farabee, German Rubtsov, Morgan Frost (Before injury), Philippe Myers, Carter Hart (Second year), and Maksim Sushko. However, some Vets have stood out, as well, […]Read more "Flyers Weekly Mailbag: What would the lines look like with Nolan Patrick injured?"
The Flyers are hoping to become a consistent hockey team once again this season. One way to do that is with the youth infusion. This has inspired some Vets to perform, especially Jakub Voracek. “If you don’t perform well, you can get sent down to Juniors, with a young guy coming to take your spot,” […]Read more "Flyers’ Jake Voracek looks refreshed ahead of upcoming season"
How about them Philadelphia Flyers? The proud orange-clad fans are beginning to rejoice with the sounds of hockey around the corner. Well, let’s give these proud fans more to cheer about. Newly crowned General Manager Chuck Fletcher wanted to keep his young up and coming stars intact with the orange and black for years to […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers sign Travis Konecny to six-year deal"
The Flyers are looking to redeem themselves and make the playoffs this coming season. They are trying to become a consistent hockey team, and that first starts with coaching, “I’ll go back to what I just mentioned about the way I prepare my teams,” Alain Vigneault said when he was hired, “I think that will […]Read more "The time is now for Flyers’ Samuel Morin"
It’s no secret to anyone who follows the Flyers on a regular basis, that Claude Giroux is a vital part to the teams overall success. As Giroux goes, so do the orange and black. Giroux is the engine that runs the Flyers. Last year the Captain had another solid campaign. Even with that, he still […]Read more "Flyers’ captain Claude Giroux is poised for a big year on and off the Ice"
Finally, finally, finally the day Flyers fans have been craving for the past four months has arrived. The sounds of pucks hitting the ice, pucks hitting the post, and sticks banging on the ice is back in full force, Flyers training camp has officially opened for business. The youth infusion that the orange and black will undergo […]Read more "Six takeaways from day one of Flyers Training Camp"
“Finally it has happened to me right in front of my face, my feelings can’t describe it,” a hit song by CeCe Peniston, is a good way to describe the Ivan Provorov contract situation. “Finallllllly,” the Flyers have officially announced that Provorov has agreed to a 6-year $40.50 million deal ($6.75 Million AAV). “Provy,” was […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers and Ivan Provorov agree to a six-year deal"
The Flyers like players with versatility, for instance, those that can play both center and wing. Mika Cyr is that guy, and he can hit the net with accuracy. Unfortunately, his size, as he stands at 5’9,” is one of the main reasons he has gone undrafted in the past three drafts. Cyr has been […]Read more "Mika Cyr is aiming to prove the doubters wrong and earn an ELC with the Flyers"
The Flyers have re-invented themselves in a matter of a season. They finally have a second-line center in Kevin Hayes. Also, Chuck Fletcher added some experience in shut-down defensemen as well. There is no secret that the orange and black are stockpiled with some bull-dog prospects that are chomping at the bit to make the […]Read more "Your Ultimate Guide To Flyers Training Camp 2019"
In 2018, Ron Hextall wanted to eventually restock the defensive cupboard within the farm system, hence the reason why Hextall selected a stud in Wyatte Wylie in the 5th round of the NHL Entry Draft. Wylie is a great skater and stick handler for that matter. He remains calm and poised, as he is very […]Read more "Wyatte Wylie opens up on his road to signing an ELC with the Flyers"