The Flyers need to start what could be the most important week of their season with a victory against the Bruins in Boston tonight. The Bruins currently lead the Flyers by four points in the last playoff spot of the division. This marks the first of five games in a seven-day stretch, three of which […]Read more "Flyers look to start their most important week of the season with a win"
Lake Tahoe wasn’t kind to the Flyers, but it was especially cruel to goaltender Carter Hart. There was naturally a surge in criticism following last night’s 7-3 loss, but is there really a reason to be concerned? In what was his worst statistical outing since the 4th game of last season, Hart surrendered six total […]Read more "Carter Hart and his rocky start aren’t as worrying as you might think"
The moment has arrived for the Philadelphia Flyers to impress at Lake Tahoe. Could they capitalize in outdoor hockey? Philadelphia sports identify as the underdog. Heading into Lake Tahoe, the Philadelphia Flyers were exactly that, as they set to take on the Boston Bruins. Through four games in 2020-2021, the Flyers are 0-2-2 versus the […]Read more "Flyers drown in Lake Tahoe loss to the Bruins: How it happened"
The Philadelphia Flyers are 0-2-2 versus the Boston Bruins in 2020-2021. They’ll look to change their fortune tonight at Lake Tahoe. In each of their four previous meetings this season, the Boston Bruins earned the win. Two of the four victories took place in overtime. The goaltender for the Philadelphia Flyers in those overtime losses […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Can the Flyers beat the Bruins on Lake Tahoe?"
The Philadelphia Flyers are 1-2-1 in outdoor games. They’ll look to improve upon that versus the Boston Bruins in Lake Tahoe. Outdoor hockey is a magical spectacle. From the sweaters worn to the venue itself, it’s a perfect setting. Every game is critical in this abbreviated season. The Philadelphia Flyers are hoping to get into […]Read more "It’s not just the Bruins that the Flyers need to conquer in Lake Tahoe"
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"
Last night was a frustrating one for the Philadelphia Flyers. Another third period lead squandered, only this time, there was no solace to be found in an extra period. The Bruins battled back from a 3-1 deficit to snag the win and leave the Flyers left in a state of confusion. The important thing here […]Read more "The bigger picture is key for the Flyers after a tough OT loss"
The Philadelphia Flyers could not shake David Pastrnak and the Boston Bruins, giving up a two-goal lead and losing in overtime. Tonight, the Philadelphia Flyers debuted their new Reverse Retro jersey design. The mantra is “look good, feel good; feel good, play good; play good, pay good; pay good, live good; live good, die good.” […]Read more "Flyers can’t contain David Pastrňák in gut-wrenching collapse vs Boston"
Tonight, the Philadelphia Flyers host the Boston Bruins at the Wells Fargo Center in hopes of leveling the playing field from earlier this season. Two games ago, the theme for the Philadelphia Flyers was revenge as they sought to make up for a playoff series defeat from last postseason. The team did just that, conquering […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadephia Flyers vs Boston Bruins episode III"
The Flyers are 3-2-1 on the season so far, but there are definitely some reasons for concern. While offensive production is soaring, problems on special teams and on defense are hampering the teams’ chances to put away games. But where do they come from and how can they be prevented? The Flyers are sloppy in […]Read more "The Flyers are their own worst enemy and it’s causing huge problems"