A long-term replacement for Brian Elliott, some production on the wing, and two pairs of teammates? There are plenty of reasons to stay locked in to the SHL this season. Here’s everything you need to know about the Flyers prospects competing so far. Linus Sandin After four years of SHL experience, Linus Sandin was signed […]Read more "Diving into the Flyers prospect pool: How are the SHL Skaters doing?"
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"
A silent guardian. A watchful protector. An orange and black knight. Ron Hextall came back to the Flyers organization with a plan: build from the bottom up, and thrive down the road. He was focused on building a dynasty for years to come. He had his vision in mind, and was ready to carry it […]Read more "Ron Hextall: The hero the Flyers deserve, but not the one it needs"
We are 24 days away from preseason hockey, and 25 from Flyers preseason hockey. Hang in there folks, the light at the end of the tunnel is getting closer by the day. An already long enough off season, lengthened by the excitement surrounding young players development and the signing of a scoring winger that this […]Read more "Five things to look forward to: Flyers Edition"