German Rubtsov and Linus Sandin are the latest to receive an extension from the Philadelphia Flyers. Both sign a one-year, $750k deal. German Rubtsov and Linus Sandin are the latest to receive an extension from the Philadelphia Flyers. The two-way extensions are one-year, $750k deals for each player. Sandin has yet to make his debut […]Read more "Flyers Extend Both Rubtsov And Sandin To A Pair Of Two-Way Deals"
Previously, we took a look at four targets the Philadelphia Flyers can select in the first round. Now, we analyze the second. I have Chuck Fletcher announcing Mason McTavish, a center from the Peterborough Petes, in the first round. He went overseas to play in Switzerland due to the OHL not operating during COVID-19. In […]Read more "Four Second Round Draft Targets for the Philadelphia Flyers in 2021"
Let’s get something out of the way here. This scenario that we’re about to delve into is only applicable if the Flyers decide to re-up with Nolan Patrick. There’s no inside information here, there’s no “my sources say,” type of you-know-what. This is straight opinion-based, followed up with a little bit of logic. Now that […]Read more "Nolan Patrick’s value is higher at the deadline versus right now"
The Philadelphia Flyers coaching tree recently welcomed Ian Laperriere. Could Daniel Briere be the next hire to join Laperriere’s committee? Within the Philadelphia Flyers organization, the rumor mill is buzzing. Chaos reigns, especially as the NHL readies itself for the second offseason during the pandemic era. As one additional franchise arrives in the NHL, the […]Read more "Why Danny Briere is Unlikely to Join the Flyers Coaching Tree in 2021"
Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher stressed a “winning environment” is required to develop players. Ian Laperriere to the AHL could help prepare that culture. Developing players is one of the many combined tasks in creating a winning culture. Over the past decade, the Philadelphia Flyers have the same identity crisis. In and out of playoff contention, […]Read more "The method behind the Flyers recent coaching shakeup"
The Philadelphia Flyers pick thirteenth overall in the 2021 NHL Entry Draft. Here are four players they could target: Depending on the draft strategy, Chuck Fletcher has limited resources due to COVID regarding scouting. Inaccurate assessments and draft flaws could be more prevalent. A near mid-round draft pick isn’t a tight spot to be in, […]Read more "Four First Round Draft Targets for the Philadelphia Flyers in 2021"
The Philadelphia Flyers have a few big decisions to make that will dictate their 2021 NHL Entry Draft approach, starting before the expansion. We’re officially on the road to the NHL Expansion Draft. On Wednesday, the Seattle Kraken received their placement in the 2021 NHL Entry Draft in July. Now, their focus switches to thirty […]Read more "Flyers’ Offseason Decisions: The Expansion Defense"
The Philadelphia Flyers fanbase loves to panic. Here’s why it is still too early to panic about Nolan Patrick rebounding his career: When a draft pick doesn’t work out to the expectations set, the notion of a player being awful becomes universally accepted. That’s not always the case. A once touted prospect can still carve […]Read more "Should the Flyers double down on Nolan Patrick one more time?"
The Flyers will head into the weekend with some exciting news behind them. Goalie prospect Samuel Ersson has signed his entry level contract, becoming the third member of Philly’s 2018 Draft class to do so. Ersson is coming off of a second full season in Sweden’s SHL league with Brynas. He posted a 15-25-2 record […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers sign goalie Samuel Ersson to ELC"
The Philadelphia Flyers will pick 13th overall for the first time in their history in the upcoming 2021 NHL Entry Draft. With this year’s draft taking place in late July, there’s no better time to dig deep into the history of the 13th overall selection. 13th selection by team The Buffalo Sabres hold the first […]Read more "2021 NHL Entry Draft: A Look at the History of the 13th Overall Pick"