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"
The Philadelphia Flyers are a perplexing team to watch right now. For the second game in a row, they attempted a late surge to save an embarrassing defeat, only to fall just shy of the mark. That 5-4 loss to the Capitals acted as a microcosm for the season so far. A game filled with […]Read more "Do Flyers need to bring in reinforcements ahead of the trade deadline?"
Yesterday’s game was momentous for the Flyers this season. It was the first game to welcome back fans in the Wells Fargo Center. Filled with cheer for the first time in nearly a year, the Flyers took on the Capitals for the second time this season. In their last meeting exactly a month ago, the […]Read more "Flyers Fail To Fend Off Capitals During the Return of Fans"
The Philadelphia Flyers couldn’t separate themselves from the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Mass Mutual Eastern Division standings, losing 4-3. On Thursday, the Philadelphia Flyers missed Joel Farabee in the lineup against the Pittsburgh Penguins, who welcomed back Sidney Crosby. Today, Farabee was back to help the Flyers win this three-game series versus the Penguins. Both […]Read more "Flyers Cannot Hold Off Penguins, Lose 4-3 Saturday Afternoon"
In a must-win situation to remain in the playoff hunt, Claude Giroux surges the Philadelphia Flyers to a resilient victory. Resilience, in a word, most perfectly described the performance of the Philadelphia Flyers in their second game at the PPG Paints Arena. Before the opening faceoff, the Flyers learned they would be without Joel Farabee. […]Read more "How the Flyers rallied back from a 3-1 deficit to stun the Penguins"
For the second time in 2020-2021, the Philadelphia Flyers shutout the Buffalo Sabres with Brian Elliott starting in goal. Heading into today’s game, the Philadelphia Flyers were hanging on to a playoff spot. Each game takes on elevated meaning during an abbreviated season. Two crucial points were on the line versus the Buffalo Sabres. With […]Read more "Philadelphia Flyers’ Elliott Blanks Sabres, Again"
The Philadelphia Flyers are nearly a quarter of the way through the 2020-2021 season. Carter Hart and Brian Elliott receive their evaluation through 13 games. After thirteen games, the Philadelphia Flyers have nearly played through a quarter of the abbreviated 2020-2021 NHL season. Posing an 8-3-2 record, the Flyers currently are in second place in […]Read more "Flyers Quarter-Season Report Cards: Goalies Edition"
As we patiently wait for the Philadelphia Flyers to play another game, let’s start to reflect on the Flyers’ season so far. Despite a ton of negatives to talk about, the orange and black have accelerated off to what looks to be another successful season. The Flyers have been sitting in second place of their […]Read more "Flyers’ Quarter-Season Report Cards: Defensemen Edition"
After defeating the Washington Capitals, 7-4, we dive into the latest Philadelphia Flyers team news in today’s Phlight Deck. Amidst scoring a touchdown on the Washington Capitals, the Philadelphia Flyers welcomed Sean Couturier back into the lineup. Along with Scott Laughton tallying his first career hat-trick, his effort put the Flyers back into the win […]Read more "Flyers Phlight Deck: Updating the Travis Sanheim News"