Finally, the Flyers have hit the ice once again in South Philadelphia. Hockey is alive and well throughout the region, as the proud orange-clad fans flooded the Wells Fargo Center for the home opener against their rivals in the New Jersey Devils. The Flyers came into the Devils on a high after defeating the Chicago […]Read more "Instant analysis: Carter Hart’s first career shutout lifts Flyers to 4-0 win over Devils"
Tonight, the Philadelphia Flyers head back to the Wells Fargo Center to host the New Jersey Devils in their first home game of the NHL season. After a 4-3 victory against the Chicago Blackhawks in Prague, the Flyers have the momentum heading into this game. Philadelphia’s powerplay came alive against the Blackhawks and Travis Konecny […]Read more "Spying On The Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers vs. New Jersey Devils"
The final cuts have come and gone. Youngsters made the team, others were sent up Route 476 to Allentown to play for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. Everyone the Flyers placed on waivers made it through without a problem. Rosters are set for both the NHL & AHL, so what’s the problem? Samuel Morin. Still. Let’s […]Read more "Flyers’ Samuel Morin still sitting. Not good"
Finally, hockey is back home in South Philadelphia. The proud orange clad fans can’t wait to see their beloved Flyers take the ice in their home opener, in a rivalry game against the New Jersey Devils. Both teams split their season series last year, but the good thing is the Flyers are 28-17-6 all-time in […]Read more "Four Keys To A Successful Home Opener Against Wayne Simmonds And The Devils"
The guys talk about the first regular season game against Chicago, and a few roster moves made beforehand. They also answer your Twitter questions from the previous week, and give you their weekly “Wait, What?!” Pod Street Bullies is the flagship Philadelphia Flyers podcast of Philadelphia Sports Network bringing you unmatched analysis and humor. Hosted […]Read more "LISTEN – Pod Street Bullies (A Flyers Podcast) – Undefeated Baby!"
On April 15, 2019, Alain Vigneault was hired as the 21st Head Coach in Flyers history. The franchise turned to an experienced mind to right the ship that was starting to sail after Dave Hakstol struggled to navigate the stormy seas. But ever since his signing, there has been a big myth surrounding Vigneault – […]Read more "Vigneault gave plenty of opportunities to the young guns in Flyers season opener"
The boys in Orange and Black opened the season against the Chicago Blackhawks and competed in such a way that made all of Philadelphia proud. Philly Sports Network’s own, Liam Jenkins, was on-site in Prague, Czech Republic at the O2 Arena with live coverage, but yours truly was at Xfinity Live, surveying the crowd. Throughout […]Read more "The Hat Trick: Flyers Victorious in Global Series 2019"
It’s been a wild ride for the Flyers this offseason. There have been plenty of new faces both on and off the Ice and what felt like watching a rebuild on the fast-forward setting has now left the team in a very strong position after a win against Chicago. But it was never always like […]Read more "How the Flyers used a trip to Europe to overcome a bumpy offseason"
The Flyers leave the Czech Republic with a full head of steam following an emphatic season-opening victory against the Blackhawks. But while Travis Konecny and Oskar Lindblom were the stars of the show, the engine pushing the Flyers offense into the stratosphere is yet to receive the credit it deserves. It’s a new era in […]Read more "Vigneault already has the Flyers playing his way thanks to Kevin Hayes"
The Flyers’ locker room was nearly empty. After clinging on to a 4-3 win over Chicago, the team was met with a frantic media huddle as reporters scrambled to talk to the stars of the night. But when the dust settled and reporters rushed back to their desks, one man walked out of the Flyers […]Read more "Flyers’ Oskar Lindblom doesn’t want the spotlight, he just wants to improve"