The Flyers just completed one of their best Novembers in franchise history. Ivan Provorov’s game winner in Montreal secured the team’s twenty-fourth point of the month, tying a franchise record set in 1990. After finishing the month of October at 5-5-1, they have vaulted into third place in the Metropolitan Division and sit in the […]Read more "Flyers Practice Report"
Sure, we can all say it. The Flyers are still making a push for the Stanley Cup Playoffs. It’s exciting, the prospect of making it to the playoffs, because anything can happen when the series’ start. However, let’s not get too excited. The teams that will likely represent the Eastern Conference are playing pretty well, […]Read more "Flyers Playoff Hopes Dim, According to Past Schedule"
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 Philadelphia Flyers still have a few games left in the month of December, but it’s never too early to look into the future and see how their opponents stack up over the coming January month. The Flyers play 13 games, 6 away and 7 at home, in the first month of the new year. […]Read more "January could be the toughest month yet for the Flyers"
Ever since the 2013 NHL Draft, the Flyers thought they had the next Chris Pronger in their pipeline. The hulking 6 foot 7 inch, 225 pound Samuel Morin of Lac-Beauport, Quebec, Canada came in with expectations as high as the sky, but was soon grounded by injuries. It’s been the story of his career thus […]Read more "Why the Flyers need to give Sam Morin the year off"
After giving up the games first goal and falling behind 2-1, the Flyers came back with fiery and fire and defeated the Hurricanes 4-3. The Flyers got contributions from multiple players tonight. They were led by Shayne Gostisbehere and Sean Couturier, who both had 2-point nights. The Flyers also got goals from Michael Raffl, Ivan Provorov, […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: The magic number is down to 1"
After starting the season slow, Dave Hakstol moved Travis Konecny to the top line to see if that would jump start his season. Well, that move by Dave Hakstol has paid off in numbers for the Flyers. Konecny scored two more goals tonight to help lead the Flyers to a much needed win. His first […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: No ‘sophomore slump’ for Travis Konecny"
Philadelphia enters tonight’s game coming off a 5-4 SOL to the Red Wings on Tuesday. The Flyers look to get back on the winning side of things with a win over a struggling Rangers team. New York enters tonight’s game coming off a 5-3 loss to the Blue Jackets on Tuesday. The Rangers look to […]Read more "Flyers vs Rangers Preview: Points are a premium heading into local showdown"
When the Flyers exited the month of February, they were one of the hottest teams in the NHL and were pulling away from the playoff bubble line. However, after another loss, the Flyers playoff hopes are now back in jeopardy. The Flyers lost their 7th game in their last 8 matchups tonight against the Blue Jackets. […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: Are Flyers playoff hopes in jeopardy?"
Philadelphia enters tonight’s game coming off a tough loss late in regulation against the Vegas Golden Knights on Monday. The Flyers look to get back on track against a Columbus team right behind them in the standings. Columbus enters tonight’s game coming off a 5-2 victory over the Canadiens on Monday. The Blue Jackets look […]Read more "Flyers vs Blue Jackets Preview: It’s crunch time for the Orange & Black"