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?"
Heading into the 2020-2021 NHL regular season, the current offseason weighs heavily for all teams. Not only are NHL franchises trying to construct the best rosters to compete for the 2021 Stanley Cup, but they’re also planning for the 2021 NHL Expansion Draft. The Seattle Kraken will enter the fold and shake up the NHL […]Read more "The Flyers and The 2021 NHL Expansion Draft"
We were all confident that Brian Elliott would re-sign with the Philadelphia Flyers for the 2020-2021 season. The price was spot on for the aging, quality goaltender to stay with the Flyers. Today, Elliott signed a one-year, $1.5mil extension to stay in Philadelphia. Brian Elliott was the best option available for his value. In 2019-2020, […]Read more "Flyers Extend Brian Elliott"
In today’s NHL, a team must have reputable goaltenders on a rotation. Deep playoff teams have that on their roster. A lot of the reason why the Philadelphia Flyers were as good as they were during the 2019-2020 regular season was due to Brian Elliott’s performance. When Carter Hart struggled on the road, Elliott held […]Read more "Free agency frenzy: Should the Flyers re-sign Brian Elliott?"
After reaching the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, the Philadelphia Flyers have many decisions to make regarding their impending roster. Many of the players leased by Chuck Fletcher in 2019-2020 will see their way out. The burning questions lie in tune with what players will receive a contract extension. Sitting in the chair of the general manager […]Read more "Forecasting how many more Flyers will sign extensions this offseason"
After taking a look at the restricted free agents, it’s time to focus on some of the tougher decisions the Flyers will have to make. They have 10 unrestricted free agents to negotiate with and not a lot of cap space ($7M) at their disposal. Who should the Flyers bring back? Justin Braun The addition […]Read more "Stay or go? Evaluating the Flyers unrestricted free agents: Part 1"
Disregard the number one seed for a moment. There is a misconception about seeding, especially during the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs. That misconception is that the top seed is the best team. Generally, it is easy to believe that, but more often, that never proves to be true. The Philadelphia Flyers landed the first seed […]Read more "Philadelphia Flyers Down to Final Playoff Chance"
The Flyers are a few hours away from the third of a seven-game series against the Canadiens, with Montreal sending Philadelphia crashing back to reality in a shocking 5-0 win in game two. If the Flyers are to right the ship and get back to winning ways, they have to find a way past Carey […]Read more "Flyers need to find the formula to unsettle Carey Price"
After the highest of highs comes a low of lows. The Philadelphia Flyers have been buzzing in all games of the 2020 Stanley Cup postseason. Today, in their first loss of the playoffs, the Flyers were handled. Mental lapses and poor execution spell out the result of game two of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinal for […]Read more "What we learned in Flyers’ lethargic loss to Canadiens"
Everything has been buzzing for the Philadelphia Flyers. Oskar Lindblom completed his treatments, Sean Couturier was named a finalist for the Frank J. Selke Trophy, and Alain Vigneault is a finalist for the Jack Adams Award. As the return to meaningful NHL hockey approaches, the loyal Flyers fans have been at a fever pitch. Many […]Read more "Flyers’ Vigneault “Not worried” about Hart, comfortable with Elliott"