Yesterday afternoon, the Flyers found themselves in a must-win situation. Prior to the game, they sat six points back of the Boston Bruins. The Bruins, who have two games in hand, could have stretched their lead for that last playoff spot to eight with a win. The Flyers, however, live to see another day. With […]Read more "Flyers Host Sabres in Another Must-Win Game on Sunday Afternoon"
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"
Following an ugly victory against the Buffalo Sabres on Monday, the Philadelphia Flyers have a lot to prove tonight. In the NHL, there isn’t any such thing as a guaranteed victory. While the Philadelphia Flyers were heavily favored when they visited the Buffalo Sabres on Monday, complacency reared its face through the first two periods. […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers at Buffalo Sabres"
The Flyers have been an absolute rollercoaster of a team so far this season. We’ve seen their highs and lows all within the first 33 games this season. The inconsistency has been their Achilles’ Heel, especially against some of the tougher opponents. Nonetheless, they now find themselves on the outside looking in for the ultra-competitive final playoff spot. […]Read more "Can the Flyers Capitalize On the Ailing Sabres in Buffalo?"
A day after Brian Elliott shuts out the Buffalo Sabres, the Philadelphia Flyers do it again with Carter Hart. Yesterday, the Buffalo Sabres were without Jack Eichel. His absence hurt the Sabres’ powerplay as they couldn’t convert against one of the worst penalty kill units in the league. The Philadelphia Flyers secured their second shutout […]Read more "Flyers shut out the Sabres as Carter Hart picks up where Elliott left off"
The Philadelphia Flyers blanked the Buffalo Sabres, 3-0, yesterday. Could the Flyers continue to climb the standings with another win today? Game number two of a back-to-back in Buffalo takes place today at 3pm. Yesterday, Brian Elliott secured his second shutout of the season over the Buffalo Sabres. The Philadelphia Flyers can say they are […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers at Buffalo Sabres; Part Four"
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"
As the Philadelphia Flyers near full recovery, they’ll look to climb up the Mass Mutual Eastern Division standings versus the Buffalo Sabres. Previously, the Philadelphia Flyers bounced back from a five-goal trouncing with a shutout victory during their first series against the Buffalo Sabres. Holding a 1-1-0 record versus the Sabres, the Flyers have a […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers at Buffalo Sabres; Part Three"
The Flyers have been outshot in every game this season. This is a concerning trend that dates back to last year’s playoffs. The Flyers are currently in a three-way tie for third in the Eastern Division with seven points and a record of 3-2-1. However, they have yet to record more shots on goal than […]Read more "Flyers: Can the Orange and Black Fix Their Poor Shot Differential?"
Alain Vigneault expressed embarrassment after watching his team lose 6-1 to the Sabres on Monday night, but the Flyers were able to get themselves back up off the mat for another round just one day later. Philly bounced back in a dominant 3-0 win that sent the team back to the top of the newly […]Read more "Brian Elliott shows how valuable he is to the Flyers in dazzling shutout"