With the NHL’s return-to-play plan in place, only one piece of the puzzle remained – deciding and scheduling the exhibition games. For the Flyers, they will be dropped into an intense matchup right away. No time to slowly get up to speed or rotate heavily in order to keep players fresh for the round-robin matchups […]Read more "Flyers to faceoff against Penguins in exhibition game on July 28th"
Carter Hart’s first full NHL season has been one that has finally inspired hope around the goaltending position in Philadelphia. The 21-year-old has been nothing short of excellent this season, but now faces a scenario like no other. Not only is he going into his first ever NHL playoff run, but is doing so in […]Read more "Carter Hart is ready to hit the ground running in first taste of NHL playoffs"
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"
In the last edition of Philly Sports Network’s “Flyers Check-In,” we got up to speed with Carter Hart. Today, Sean Couturier was featured on a conference call during the NHL 2019-2020 season pause. Second in scoring on the Philadelphia Flyers, Couturier is arguably the best player in Orange and Black. He’s one of the most […]Read more "Flyers’ Sean Couturier opens up on Selke nomination and quarantine life"
COVID-19 is a real kick in the knackers. The Flyers were the hottest team in the NHL. They suffered through injuries and illness and played really good hockey. Carter Hart looked like the Vezina Trophy candidate we all expected. The offense was rolling to the tune of having averaged just under four goals per game […]Read more "Empty rinks and the Flyers hoisting the Cup? Why not?"
I am missing hockey so much that the other day, I was driving around thinking of when I was younger and loving the mid-80’s when I really got into hockey. Let’s start by saying I have been a die-hard Flyers fan since I can remember. My first game was when they were wearing Cooperalls. When […]Read more "Flyers Writers share their favorite Non-Flyer"
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 NHL announced today that it will suspend its current season in wake of the recent coronavirus developments across the country. With the NBA deciding to press pause on their season after Rudy Gobert was deemed to have the virus, the NHL soon followed suit, issuing the following reasoning: “Given that our leagues share so […]Read more "How will the NHL season suspension affect the Flyers?"
The stage was set for this Saturday night matchup. Flyers’ fans watched the Washington Capitals defeat the Pittsburgh Penguins earlier in the afternoon, making this game a must-win to stay tied for first place in the Metro. The hottest team in the NHL stays rewarded, still sitting atop the Metropolitan Division. As the entire arena […]Read more "What we learned from the Flyers’ ninth consecutive win"
The Philadelphia Flyers are RED HOT. There is absolutely no doubt about it. They are 15-4-1 in their last 20 games and have won the last eight in a row. The orange and black have battled their way up the grueling Metropolitan Division ladder in stunning fashion. They occupied a spot outside the Wild Card […]Read more "Four players who have sparked the Flyers’ emphatic winning streak"