The Philadelphia Flyers lose to the New Jersey Devils, 6-4. Rookies contribute, providing hope as this season comes to a finish. For the second time this season, an opponent snapped a double-digit losing streak against the Philadelphia Flyers. It doesn’t get any more Philadelphia than that. First, the Buffalo Sabres end an eighteen-game losing streak […]Read more "Young guns give Flyers a silver-lining in otherwise frustrating loss to Devils"
Today’s the day. Hockey is finally back. The Philadelphia Flyers are set for a clash with their most bitter rival at 4PM EST. While it may be a scrimmage, here are four Flyers to watch when the puck drops. Derek Grant Acquired in a late trade with Anaheim, Derek Grant didn’t take long to make […]Read more "Four Flyers to watch in exhibition clash with Penguins"
Recovering from surgery is far more than just completing a medical procedure. The hard work begins during the intense physical therapy in anticipation of returning to hockey. For Shayne Gostisbehere, a large part of his recovery is retaining his strength since his return in the 2019-2020 regular season. Egor Zamula is beginning that road with […]Read more "Flyers’ Gostisbehere and Zamula Recover in Training Camp"
In another episode of “Who Else can be Injured?” the Flyers announced that Shayne Gostisbehere is expected to miss approximately three weeks. Ghost, who didn’t play last night due to a knee injury, will have arthroscopic surgery on Tuesday, January 14th. The injury couldn’t have come at a worse time. The Flyers just lost Justin […]Read more "Ghost Stories & Other Flyers News from Today"
After two preseason games, the Philadelphia Flyers have cut down their roster to 54 players. The team announced Wednesday morning that Egor Zamula, Mason Millman, Wyatte Wylie, and Egor Serdyuk have been returned to their respective junior teams. With the WHL, OHL, and QMJHL seasons set to begin this weekend, the timing makes sense. Additionally, […]Read more "Flyers Prospect Watch: Four Players Return to Juniors"