After an awful loss to the San Jose Sharks, the Flyers needed to shake things up and get back on the right track when they faced the Anaheim Ducks. Michael Raffl was back in the lineup for the first time in ten games, and Morgan Frost was sent back to Lehigh Valley. Robert Hagg was […]Read more "Flyers Bounce Back Mightily Against the Ducks"
“It was a very bad game altogether,” coach Alain Vigneault said. “I’ve got nothing positive really to say about one player tonight. That hasn’t happened to me very often this year.” That about sums up last night’s horrific 6-1 loss to the San Jose Sharks. But, now onto the next. In an attempt to bounce […]Read more "Philadelphia Flyers Seek to Rebound Against Anaheim Ducks"
Ever since the Philadelphia Flyers victory against the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday, the idea of two brothers playing on the same line found its way into my train of thought. The chemistry of having two brothers who have played hockey for most of their life and made it to the professional level worked before. Daniel […]Read more "Trade Experiment: Ondrej Kase to the Flyers"
It’s hard to think about the Flyers without thinking of Oskar Lindblom these past few days. And you probably shouldn’t. As news today that Lindblom joined his teammates at the Wells Fargo Center to say hello. Lindblom is in our thoughts and prayers. As the Flyers took on the Ducks this evening, the Hockey Fights […]Read more "A Night for Oskar: Flyers honor #23 by beating Anaheim 4-1."
The Flyers were coming off three straight losses. It was the second time this season that they lost three in a row without getting a point. The Flyers came out and gave a great effort. For their effort, they stopped a Ducks team from coming in and stealing two points. Game Recap: First Period In […]Read more "Flyers Snap Losing Streak as they beat the Ducks 4-1."
As amazing as the Flyers were in November, the start of December has been downright disastrous. That is not to say I blame them or am making excuses. Injuries have decimated the forwards. Fifty percent of the Flyers forwards playing were playing in the AHL to start the season. That is not a good recipe […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: The Flying V comes to Broad Street"
Tuesday afternoon saw news break of Nicolas Aube-Kubel re-signing with the Flyers. His contract is a two-way contract, worth $700,000 in the NHL and $85,000 in the AHL. On the surface, this deal makes total sense. Aube-Kubel is coming off a season where he played 54 AHL games and tallied 30 points. He was the […]Read more "Nicolas Aube-Kubel’s Organizational fit with Flyers"
For all the knocks on Flyers’ new head coach Alain Vigneault, he has proven one thing: He has improved his new team every single time he took the helm. From Montreal in the late ’90s to the most recent New York Rangers, Vigneault has improved his team from the year prior. Let’s take a look […]Read more "Alain Vigneault’s First-Year Track Record Good News for Flyers"
This weekend was definitely one to remember. From call-ups to record-breaking performances, Flyers fans saw a lot. General Manager even snuck a trade in between all the action as well. Let’s take a look at what all went down from Friday the 8th to Sunday the 10th of February. Friday, 7:18 PM Something Flyers […]Read more "Everything you need to know from the Flyers’ rollercoaster weekend"
Going into last week, the Flyers knew they had a tough task ahead of them. Anaheim, Los Angeles, San Jose, and Arizona, all on the road. After floundering for three losses before they took the trip out west, the Flyers also knew they needed to come out of this road trip with a few wins. […]Read more "Flyers conquer West Coast ahead of important home stand"