Last season, Phil Myers was the subject of one of my first pieces covering the Flyers from the practice facility in Voorhees. At that time, Myers had recently been called up from Lehigh Valley and was on a tear. He shared his disappointment in starting the season in the AHL. “Yeah, I was really disappointed […]Read more "Is Phil Myers ready to go from UDFA to top-line defender?"
Just because Chris Stewart retired as an active player in the NHL does not mean he has severed his relationship with the game. As of today, the Philadelphia Flyers brought Stewart on board as a player development coach for the franchise. Chuck Fletcher made the announcement, one day removed after Stewart retired as a player. […]Read more "Flyers hire a familiar face as new Player Development Coach"
After 668 career NHL games, Chris Stewart is hanging up the skates for good. The 32 year old forward has been part of seven different NHL franchises, and played one season in the EIHL with the Nottingham Panthers. He announced his retirement Sunday night via Twitter. Stewart signed a PTO with the Flyers back in […]Read more "Chris Stewart Announces Retirement from Professional Hockey"
Every year it seems that Flyers fans get bored when the offseason hits. It makes sense, but it’s also a time where ridiculous scenarios pop up on the ol’ Twitter timeline. Scenarios that make you scratch your head and ask, “what are they thinking?” The latest scenario is one that is no stranger to the […]Read more "Is the Cost to Bring Bobby Ryan Home Worth the Risk?"
The Flyers are fresh off of a solid victory in Carolina last night in which the first line erupted. Fans were looking for Claude Giroux to have a break out performance and he did just that to the tune of four points (2G,2A). The trio of Giroux, Morgan Frost and Travis Konecny led the team […]Read more "Practice Report: Flyers Prepare for the Flames"
Phil Myers is physically gifted, possessing size, strength, and speed. The Flyers recalled the 22-year-old defenseman from Lehigh Valley on Halloween, but although he possesses a unique physical skillset, it is his mental edge that gives him an advantage and given that he’s just 28 games into his NHL career, he is only going to […]Read more "How calling up Philippe Myers has stabilized the Flyers’ Blue Line"
Saturday night into Sunday morning, the Philadelphia Flyers played the Vancouver Canucks close. Carter Hart and Jacob Markstrom both played well for their teams in goal, but the Canucks got the win. The Flyers went to a shootout, which is never good news to Philadelphia fans, and that trend continued. Tanner Pearson put the game-winning […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers vs Calgary Flames"
If there were a year where chaos was to reign supreme in the NHL during its offseason, this is the year. There are too many quality restricted free agents on the market for GM’s to just sit idly by and NOT do something about it. Brock Boeser, Brayden Point, Matthew Tkachuk, the list goes on. […]Read more "Three Restricted Free Agents the Philadelphia Flyers Should Target"
Speculation is running rampant, and rightfully so. The Flyers are in a precarious position, sitting just 6 points out of the last Eastern Conference wildcard spot. After a dreadful first half to the season, the Flyers seem to have righted the ship, but that shouldn’t skew general manager Chuck Fletcher’s frame of mind come the […]Read more "Ranking the Flyers players most likely to be dealt by NHL trade deadline"
The secret is out. The cat’s out the bag. Whatever metaphor you want to use for it, Carter Hart has arrived. Not only has he arrived, but he kicked down the door on the way in, went to the fridge, grabbed a beer, and sat down in your dad’s favorite recliner. Ok, enough with the […]Read more "Breaking down Carter Hart’s first 10 games for the Flyers"