While the Philadelphia Flyers did lose in a shootout to the New York Islanders, they did find themselves (and a point towards the standings). Pyrrhic victories don’t count for anything towards the Mass Mutual Eastern Division standings. However, it’s inaccurate to say the Philadelphia Flyers didn’t play better on Saturday than they did all of […]Read more "The Flyers Found Some Important Pieces In Loss Against Islanders"
The Philadelphia Flyers lost to the Buffalo Sabres on Wednesday to the tune of 6-1. The lineup didn’t do the team any favors. All the Philadelphia Flyers can hope for is a better April. Securing a 6-10-1 record in March, the Flyers remain fifth in the Mass Mutual Eastern Division standings. Currently, Philadelphia is three […]Read more "The Flyers need more lineup tweaks after Wednesday’s failed adjustments"
Philadelphia Flyers relied on veteran leadership to solve their on-ice problems en route to an OT victory versus the Buffalo Sabres. For the first time in March 2021, the Philadelphia Flyers can claim they’re on a winning streak. Before last night, the Flyers hadn’t strung two consecutive wins together since February 2021, when they defeated […]Read more "Flyers Prove Sturdy Leadership In OT Win vs Sabres"
The Flyers continue to struggle defensively and last night’s loss shows that the troubles aren’t going away any time soon. The Flyers are 4-9-1 in their last 14 games and in 13 of those games, have let up three or more goals. The Flyers have let up 65 goals this month – just one less […]Read more "What’s causing the Flyers so many blue-line headaches?"
Alain Vigneault hasn’t been able to “put a finger” on the Philadelphia Flyers issues. Here, we put five on the Flyers’ concerns lately. This Philadelphia Flyers’ season is taking on frustration akin to the Philadelphia Eagles. “If I could put a finger on it, I’d have it fixed already.” Alain Vigneault; 3/21/2021 It isn’t one […]Read more "Flyers’ Concerns: Five “Fingers” Put On Philadelphia’s Recent Issues"
Oskar Lindblom received the devasting news of his Ewings Sarcoma diagnosis over fourteen months ago now. The young gun took everything in stride, kicked cancer’s ass, and returned to playoff hockey. He then entered the 2021 season with a “clean” bill of health and on the top line with Sean Couturier and Travis Konecny. This […]Read more "Oskar Lindblom is getting back to his best for the Flyers"
After contracting COVID-19, Claude Giroux missed his first two games in five years. The last time he was out was a three-game stint due to injury back in February 2016. Upon his return five years ago, he registered a power-play goal. On Wednesday, the return of the Captain proved to be a spark in the […]Read more "Claude Giroux showed just how valuable he is to the Flyers upon his return"
We’re now under 24 hours away from this years’ NHL outdoor game involving the Philadelphia Flyers and Boston Bruins. For Philadelphia, this game is crucial. It’s officially been 13 months since the Flyers have beaten the Bruins (an OT win in January of last year) and they have dropped all four games against them so […]Read more "The Flyers have an ace up their sleeve going into Lake Tahoe showdown"
Last night was a frustrating one for the Philadelphia Flyers. Another third period lead squandered, only this time, there was no solace to be found in an extra period. The Bruins battled back from a 3-1 deficit to snag the win and leave the Flyers left in a state of confusion. The important thing here […]Read more "The bigger picture is key for the Flyers after a tough OT loss"
While the shot differential has been a hot topic, the Philadelphia Flyers rank atop the NHL in scoring efficiency. Is it all by design? Through ten games in 2020-2021, the Philadelphia Flyers are currently atop the NHL standings. Offensively speaking, every opponent has dictated the pace, placing the pressure squarely on Carter Hart and Brian […]Read more "Maybe the Flyers don’t have a shot differential problem after all"