The Flyers announced today that senior executive Paul Holmgren will be taking on a new role as a Senior Advisor to Dave Scott, the CEO and Govener of the team, and Chuck Fletcher, the team’s general manager. Holmgren has been the Flyers president for the last five years and has spent a total of 40 […]Read more "Paul Holmgren takes on new role in Flyers front office"
It’s a long shot, but there’s still a chance Flyers fans. As of right now, the Flyers sit five points back of the 2nd Wildcard Spot in the Eastern Conference with 16 games left to play. A playoff berth is not out of the question quite yet. One guy who has helped keep the Orange […]Read more "Sean Couturier’s Second Half Surge Has Kept Flyers Within Playoff Reach"
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! I know, kind of corny to start an article like this out with a song lyric so generic, but am I lying? I didn’t think so. If you’re a hockey fan, this really is the most wonderful time of the year. Training camps are open, positional battles […]Read more "Five Fearless Predictions for the 2017-18 Flyers Season"
It’s well known that the Philadelphia Flyers are going to string in some youth infusion into the lineup this season. This has the media and orange clad fans pumped for the upcoming season of Flyers hockey. Let’s get this party started already, so let’s walk down memory lane with the Wayne’s World movie, “Party on, […]Read more "Current Flyers Players With the Most to Prove Finale: Matt Read"
The year is 2007. The Flyers are gearing up for the entry draft with their eyes set on one of two potential franchise stars. You have Patrick Kane, standout star for the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League. Kane is coming off of a season where he amassed 145 points and claimed the league’s […]Read more "What if the Flyers won the 2007 Draft Lottery?"
The allure of south Philly is something you just cannot overlook. There’s just something about a few thousand screaming fans, drinking, cursing, shouting at the opposing team, that just makes you feel right at home. This must be what Calgary Flames left winger Johnny Gaudreau was talking about when he said “Yeah, it’d be sweet.” […]Read more "Would Johnny Gaudreau be a good fit for the Flyers?"
With the offseason being in its final stage, let’s take an early look at where the Flyers stand in the Metropolitan Division heading into the season. The Flyers are in a good position starting the season to make a big jump in the division from the past few seasons of mediocre play. Since the start […]Read more "Where do the Flyers sit in Metropolitan Division pecking order heading into 2017 season?"
We interrupt this regularly scheduled TV Program with a major announcement. The Philadelphia Flyers have the second pick in the 2017 NHL Draft. Again the Flyers have the second pick in the 2017 NHL Draft. The million dollar question throughout the Philadelphia region these days is who are the Flyers going to select with the […]Read more "Will the Second Overall Pick Please Stand Up? A Closer Look at Flyers Nico & Nolan Dilemma"
The Philadelphia Flyers have resigned a piece of their future yesterday, with young stud defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere and the Flyers finally agreeing to a multi-year extension. In a conference call on Friday, General Manager Ron Hextall couldn’t be happier a deal is in place,” Its so important for us to get certainty….Shayne is young, fresh….We’re really […]Read more "Ghost on resigning with Flyers: ‘It’s a dream come true to be part of one of the best organizations in hockey’"
The Philadelphia Flyers have hired a former stud Head Coach of the Erie Otters, Kris Knoblauch as an Assistant Coach. Knoblauch replaces former assistant coach of the power play unit Joey Mullen. So what does that mean for Head Coach Dave Hakstol and the Flyers? Hakstol has been a solid head coach in the NHL since […]Read more "Flyers hire Kris Knoblauch as Assistant Coach, does this put Hakstol on the hot seat?"