A little less than two weeks ago, Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher took to the podium inside of Rogers Arena in Vancouver to announce the 72nd-overall pick of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. At that point, the Flyers had already drafted both a defenseman and a forward. In the first round, they went with defenseman […]Read more "Flyers Prospect Ronnie Attard Striving To Take Big Steps"
The last week and a half has been busy for the Philadelphia Flyers. First, they traded for defenseman Matt Niskanen; then they went on to trade for defenseman Justin Braun, and then they finally signed center Kevin Hayes to a seven-year deal that’s worth fifty million. Talk about a mouthful right there. The thing is, […]Read more "Flyers Draft Watch: An Inside Look at Draft Prospect Peyton Krebs"
The 2018-2019 season was one to forget for many Flyers players, especially the defensemen. Ivan Provorov had himself a mediocre season while Robert Hagg continued to struggle. However, no one had more bumps in the road than Shayne Gostisbehere. Over the course of the 2018-2019 season, Ghost moved from pair to pair but never really […]Read more "Is there a ‘Ghostly’ resurgence in store for the Flyers next season?"
After being eliminated Saturday afternoon by the Carolina Hurricanes, it would be easy to throw in the towel and wave the white flag. Playoff hockey will once again not be making an appearance in the city of Philadelphia. For the Flyers though, things are different. Wins are still meaningful and finishing the season strong is […]Read more "Despite being eliminated from the playoffs, Flyers still believe wins are valuable"
Unfortunately for Flyers fans, playoff hockey will not be making an appearance in Philadelphia this year. With only six games remaining and the Flyers eight points back of the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, making the playoffs just doesn’t seem realistic. However, the future is bright. This week, we will take a look […]Read more "Flyers Q&A: ‘Goalies and holeies’"
The Flyers came into tonight’s game sitting six points back of playoff spot. The Canadiens on the other hand came in sitting only three points back of a playoff spot. Unfroutantely for the Ornage and Black, they were on the wrong side of things tonight all but pretty much putting an end to their playoff […]Read more "Game Recap: The Flyers move further away from the playoffs after 3-1 loss to Canadiens"
It’s the time of year where every game is crucial. The push for the playoffs is on and for the Flyers especially, they need every point they can get. Coming into tonight’s game versus the Montreal Canadiens, the Flyers sit six points back of the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. It’s a tough […]Read more "Scott Laughton’s hot streak couldn’t come at a better time for the Flyers"
Coming into last nights game, the Flyers sat five points back of the second wildcard spot in the Eastern Conference trailing bot the Montreal Canadiens and the Columbus Blue Jackets who have 81 points each. In what was almost a must-win situation for the Flyers, the Orange and Black came up short and fell to […]Read more "Game Recap: Flyers fail to gain ground in playoff race as Capitals blast by"
It’s now or never for the Philadelphia Flyers. Every game is important from here on out. Early on yesterday morning, in preparation for the defending Stanley Cup Champion Capitals, the Flyers hit the ice for not only practice, but photo day. Here are the major takeaways from Flyers practice yesterday morning. Carter Hart To Make […]Read more "Four things you need to know ahead of Flyers’ clash with Caps"
It was no doubt a frustrating Sunday night for Flyers fans as the NHL Department of Player Safety suspended RW Jake Voracek for two games for his hit on Islanders defenseman, Johnny Boychuk. Voracek, who returned to the ice Saturday night after missing the last two games with a “lower-body” injury, was given a five-minute […]Read more "NHL Department of Player Safety Rips off Flyers with Jakub Voracek Suspension"