The Philadelphia Flyers nabbed Ryan Ellis and are in the hunt for Vladimir Tarasenko. Who will the Flyers make the backup goaltender? The calm before the storm happened when the Philadelphia Flyers sent Philippe Myers and Nolan Patrick to the Nashville Predators in exchange for Ryan Ellis. Per Anthony SanFilippo, he believes the Flyers could […]Read more "Exploring Candidates to Tandem With Flyers’ Carter Hart"
With playoff hockey in full swing, the Philadelphia Flyers are making moves to remind us that they still exist. Ian Laperriere was hired as the newest head coach of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms Sunday afternoon. Samuel Ersson signed his entry-level contract Thursday as well. If that wasn’t enough to make you go, “meh,” Felix Sandström […]Read more "Alex Lyon could be the perfect replacement for Felix Sandström on the Phantoms"
The Flyers made the announcement Thursday afternoon that they had signed Swedish goaltender Samuel Ersson to an entry-level contract. According to CapFriendly.com, the deal is worth $925k for three years. With the signing, the Flyers add even more depth to the goaltending position in North America. Kirill Ustimenko has one year remaining and is coming […]Read more "How the arrival of Samuel Ersson impacts the Flyers’ goaltender situation"
The 56-game season came to an end tonight as the Flyers faced off against the Devils one last time on home ice. A whirlwind of a season, that seemed to have more downs than ups, is finally over. The final game of the season was military appreciation night, where they gave a special video shout […]Read more "Flyers end the season with a win over the Devils: As it happened"
It’s safe to say that the 2020-21 campaign has become a forgettable one for the Philadelphia Flyers. What was once expected to be a season of progression after Alain Vigneault’s first campaign in Philly resulted playoff berth, has turned into one of regression, question marks, and disappointment. With that said, the Flyers have one last […]Read more "Flyers looking to end the season on a high-note against the Devils"
Alex Lyon performed at a high rate, but the Philadelphia Flyers fall to the Washington Capitals in overtime, 2-1. “Almost” only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades. Against the Washington Capitals, Alex Lyon almost earned his first shutout in the NHL. After two scoreless periods, the Philadelphia Flyers won the race to the scoreboard. Scott […]Read more "Alex Lyon continues to make his presence felt as Flyers fall to caps in OT"
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"
The Flyers suffered another bad loss at the hands of the Buffalo Sabres, ending their 18-game winless streak. The loss drops the Flyers to 6-10-1 in the month of March. First Period A lot has been said about the Flyers’ slow starts of late so the first shift was going to set the tone. The […]Read more "Flyers slip and slide and end the Sabres’ winless streak"
We’re about two weeks away from the tentative beginning to the Philadelphia Flyers training camp for the 2020-2021 regular season. Over in the Seattle Kraken camp, it is business as usual as they dot the “i’s” and cross the “t’s” before their first official season. In the 2021 offseason, the Kraken will clash with every […]Read more "Which Flyers players will the Seattle Kraken draft next year?"
With free agency rapidly approaching, the Flyers are wasting no time in scrolling through their to-do list. Alex Lyon and a deal was the next item on the agenda, with Philadelphia signing him to a one-year deal worth $700k. Lyon is now 27-years-old and has been with the organization since going undrafted in 2016. Probably […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers sign Alex Lyon to one-year deal"