It did not take long for a Philadelphia Flyers prospect to make an impact at the 2020 IIHF World Junior Championship. Representing Team Russia, Yegor Zamula recorded two goals in the opening game against the host country, the Czech Republic. Unfortunately, Russia could not capitalize on Zamula’s strong outing, losing in upset fashion, 4-3. Zamula’s […]Read more "Yegor Zamula Shines in WJC Opener"
The game of hockey is constantly evolving. Once upon a time, NHL defensemen got away with playing good defense and little to no offense. Then, these “diamonds in the rough” known as offensive-defensemen began to show up. Now, it’s almost impossible to maintain your job in the NHL as a defenseman if you can not […]Read more "Flyers Farm Flush with Blueline Point Production"
The fact that the nation’s number one team fell victim to an upset Saturday afternoon should not come as a surprise to anyone that follows college basketball. Before Kansas dropped a one-point game to kick-off Saturday’s string of games, four other number one teams had been knocked the thrown this season. We are in the […]Read more "Three in the Key: Villanova Forces Kansas to Vacate the Thrown"
Villanova’s first ten games of the 2019-20 NCAA Men’s Basketball season has been filled with some ups and downs. At first glance, it’s difficult to argue with an 8-2 record. However, with a deeper look, some flaws can be identified. The Wildcats have racked up wins against Army, Ohio, Middle Tennesse, Mississippi State, La Salle, […]Read more "Villanova Faces Biggest Test of the Season Saturday Against Kansas"
Over the past few years, the Philadelphia Flyers are used to having a plethora of prospects at the World Junior Championships. This year, the number is a little less overwhelming; however, the quality of players that are attending is strong. All four Flyers prospects, Cam York, Bobby Brink, Yegor Zamula, and Adam Ginning, should make […]Read more "2020 World Junior Championships: Expectations for Each Flyers Prospect"
The Holidays are almost upon us. For those in the hockey prospect world, that means one thing. The 2020 World Junior Championships are around the corner. The 44th edition of the tournament begins on December 26th in the Czech Republic and runs through January 5th. This marks the fourth time the Czech Republic will host […]Read more "2020 World Junior Championships: Four Flyers Make Preliminary Rosters"
Albert Einstein once defined insanity as, “doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” For the Philadelphia Flyers, the definition of insanity is calling up Mikhail Vorobyev and expecting a different result. In Tuesday’s game against Toronto, Michael Raffl broke his pinky finger. This leaves him sidelined for the next four weeks. […]Read more "The Definition of Insanity: Flyers Recall Mikhail Vorobyev"
At one time, not too long ago, the future looked bright for Wade Allison. In 2016, the Philadelphia Flyers scooped him up in the second round of the draft, expecting to transform into a valuable scoring NHL winger down the road. Allison just came off of a successful season in the USHL, recording 25 goals […]Read more "Injury Issues Translating into Uncertain Future for Wade Allison"
During frustrating times, such as October for the Flyers, it is natural to appoint scapegoats. As the opening month of the season moved along, Philadelphia struggled to live up to expectations. Naturally, fans searched for someone to blame. Luckily, Jakub Voracek provided a solid option. In his ninth year with the Flyers, Voracek struggled to […]Read more "Jakub Voracek is Beginning to Silence Doubters"
The opening month of basketball is in the books for the Villanova Wildcats. The team played six games, winning four. Unfortunately, Villanova’s losses came to the only ranked teams they took on in November. The Wildcats suffered a blowout loss to Ohio State in their second game of the season. In their most recent contest, […]Read more "November’s Villanova Wildcats Standouts"