The Philadelphia Flyers nabbed Ryan Ellis and are in the hunt for Vladimir Tarasenko. Who will the Flyers make the backup goaltender? The calm before the storm happened when the Philadelphia Flyers sent Philippe Myers and Nolan Patrick to the Nashville Predators in exchange for Ryan Ellis. Per Anthony SanFilippo, he believes the Flyers could […]Read more "Exploring Candidates to Tandem With Flyers’ Carter Hart"
Improbable. Many would say just that about the Montreal Canadiens run to the Stanley Cup Finals. Coming into the playoffs, Montreal had the least amount of regular-season points among all playoff teams with 59. The Habs have taken the NHL by storm and knocked off two favorites along with the Winnipeg Jets en-route to their […]Read more "Carter Hart should be paying attention to Carey Price and his playoff run"
The Flyers made the announcement Thursday afternoon that they had signed Swedish goaltender Samuel Ersson to an entry-level contract. According to CapFriendly.com, the deal is worth $925k for three years. With the signing, the Flyers add even more depth to the goaltending position in North America. Kirill Ustimenko has one year remaining and is coming […]Read more "How the arrival of Samuel Ersson impacts the Flyers’ goaltender situation"
While it isn’t truly the offseason just yet, the rumor mill is in full-swing. Not even rumors, but statements from players are circulating and giving fans visions of grandeur. The latest comments to surface are from Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman Seth Jones. Elliotte Friedman reported Saturday night that Seth Jones will look to test the […]Read more "Why Seth Jones Would be a Good Fit for the Flyers"
It’s scuttlebutt season for the non-playoff teams in the NHL. This is the time of the year where players get thrown around like acid at a Grateful Dead concert in trade talks and rumors. From a fans perspective, it’s wonderful. Dream scenarios of acquiring top targets is enough to get them through to the draft […]Read more "Why trading Claude Giroux to the Senators would make no sense"
It’s no secret this NHL season wasn’t a good one for the Flyers. Entering the season with high expectations, things crashed and burned, smoldered throughout the year, and ended with more questions than answers. To see where the Orange and Black go from here we first must (yes, we must) examine just how bad the […]Read more "Five Reasons Why the Flyers’ Season Was Worse Than You Think"
If the Philadelphia Flyers want a low-risk and high-reward investment tip, it’s securing Ian Clark to coach Carter Hart. Aside from a defenseman beside Ivan Provorov, the key hire might not be a player. Everyone in the city of Philadelphia should pay attention to Vancouver. They’ve left Ian Clark unsigned. He’s the goaltending coach Carter […]Read more "Philadelphia Flyers Must Invest In Ian Clark to Help Carter Hart’s Future"
It’s been a frustrating year for Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Carter Hart and it will ultimately end in very fitting fashion. The 22-year-old will miss the remainder of the season with an MCL sprain, the team announced on Thursday morning. Hart has been out of action since April 15th with a knee injury. This in itself […]Read more "Instant analysis: Carter Hart to miss the rest of 2020-21 campaign with MCL sprain"
After a dismal month of March that saw the Flyers lose 10 of their 17 games played, it felt like nothing could stop the bleeding. They sat fifth in the Mass Mutual Eastern Division standings and after a quiet trade deadline passed them by, Alain Vigneault was left to shuffle his deck over and over in the […]Read more "The Flyers are getting close to the team they once were, but is it close enough?"
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"