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"
A couple of days beyond the opt-out period for the 2020 NHL Stanley Cup playoffs, the Philadelphia Flyers are at work. Wednesday was the third day that the Flyers had been back on the ice since announcing their playoff roster. Yesterday, we had the opportunity to catch up with a key player to the longevity […]Read more "Brian Elliott expects Flyers to go ‘all-out’ in exhibition clash with Penguins"
Ron Hextall’s fingerprints are still all over the Philadelphia Flyers. Look no further than the position that Hextall used to play when he dressed in orange and black. One season after the anomaly and horror of eight goaltenders being exhausted in 2018-2019, the Flyers solidified at the position. From Carter Hart to Alex Lyon, the […]Read more "Flyers goaltenders primed to shine in NHL playoffs"
Just because the NHL has paused their regular season doesn’t mean us at Philly Sports Network will. We bleed Orange and Black just like you. While Canada has isolated the Coronavirus, the content pushes forward. After 69 games this season, the Philadelphia Flyers are a single point behind first place in the NHL Metropolitan Division. […]Read more "Looking back at the Flyers’ top Goalie performances of the 2019-20 season"
The New York Rangers come into Philadelphia on a hot streak. Having won eight of their last ten games, they have put themselves into playoff contention. They sit just four points back of the last wild card spot. On Thursday, the Flyers took to the ice in Voorhees to prepare for the two-game set that […]Read more "Flyers Prepare for surging Rangers"
While we’ve technically surpassed the mid-way point of the season, the All-Star break counts as somewhat of a mid-way point as well. The time of year where we take a week and review the past 45-50 games of the team we follow. With the Flyers, we’re looking at a team that’s one point out of […]Read more "Three Biggest Overachievers for the Flyers"
No matter the price of admission or the Flyers’ place in the standings, the battle of Pennsylvania consistently fills Wells Fargo Center. Whenever the Penguins come to town, the nostalgia of the brutality of this rivalry becomes the talk of the town. As times have changed and the franchises don’t turn into blood baths any […]Read more "Brian Elliott shines as Flyers Blank Penguins"