While NHL Hockey might be enjoying a long offseason breath, there’s plenty of action as far as prospects are concerned. The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League is home to many notable names, but Elliot Desnoyers will be one that perks the the ears of Flyers fans. Philadelphia traded up to select Desnoyers in the fifth-round […]Read more "Flyers draftee Elliot Desnoyers explodes in four-goal outing for Halifax"
This year’s Flyers draft class has been met with plenty of praise. In an offseason where routines were interrupted and traditional ways of gathering information on prospects were postponed, the team had to think a little outside the box. That’s exactly what they did with fifth-round prospect Elliot Desnoyers. The team actually moved up to […]Read more "Why the Flyers traded away two draft picks to snag Elliot Desnoyers"
The NHL Draft is right around the corner and the Flyers have been linked with a slew of prospects who will be available when they’re on the clock to make their first-round selection at pick 23. Among those most heavily associated with the team is Hendrix Lapierre. Should the Flyers spend their first-round pick on […]Read more "Should the Flyers take a shot on another Center in the first-round?"
The NHL Draft is rapidly approaching and speculation is snowballing. The Philadelphia Flyers are coming off of a postseason heartbreak and will be looking to add some speed and sniping to their long-term plans. Currently picking 23rd in the Draft, there are several players that could entice the Flyers to climb the board – none […]Read more "Should the Flyers explore trading with the Jets to move up in the Draft"
The NHL Draft is rapidly approaching and there is plenty of speculation over how the Flyers should wade through uncharted waters. Picking 23rd in the first round of a draft heavily impacted by COVID-19, should the Flyers hit or stick with their pick? If they decide to draft a player, this class is extremely forward-heavy, […]Read more "Five first-round targets for the Philadelphia Flyers: Forwards edition"
Woof! The 2006-2007 Philadelphia Flyers had it tough. After reviewing the 2005 Flyers draft class, they certainly didn’t do themselves any favors for the 2006-2007 campaign. Ken Hitchcock, who coached Philadelphia in 2005-2006 to the Eastern Conference Quarter-Finals, was relieved of his duties in eight games. Brought in to replace Hitchcock was John Stevens. In […]Read more "Where Are They Now? Revisiting the Flyers’ 2006 Draft Class"
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"
This is the most critical offseason in recent memory for the Flyers, and their proud orange-clad fans. Chuck Fletcher definitely has his work cut out for him, not only with some household cleaning within the organization, but adding a few quality pieces to hopefully become a contender. Without further delay, here are our answers to […]Read more "Flyers Weekly Mailbag: Will Fletcher Move Up In The Draft?"
Training camp will surely feature many battles. Travis Konecny will be fighting to earn back his spot on the top line. Oskar Lindblom will be fighting for a higher spot in the lineup as well. The most intriguing battle of all could very well be for the fourth line center role. Jori Lehtera seems to […]Read more "4C Faceoff: Who shores up the Flyers fourth line?"
The Flyers were rocking and rolling to open free agency. After the addition of a once beloved Left Winger in James Van Riemsdyk. It had some Flyers fans throughout the Philadelphia region singing a hit song by the rock band Kiss, “I wanna rock and roll all night.” Ron Hextall has been known by many […]Read more "Attack, Attack, Attack: A system the Flyers should adopt"