The Philadelphia Flyers motto is to remain patient and let things run their course. This is an uncommon practice in year’s past for the Flyers organization. However, Flyers fans are now beginning to see the transformation of a young team that is stocking up for long-term success. Fans are hoping it pays off within the […]Read more "Joel Farabee Determined to Make Flyers"
Woooooo what a draft it was for the Flyers, newly crowned Flyers General Manager Chuck Fletcher, and most of all the proud orange-clad fans. Flyers fans came from all over the world and flocked to Vancouver for draft weekend. They wanted to see firsthand, who their beloved team took with their stockpile of draft picks. […]Read more "Flyers Weekly Mailbag: Players Fletcher Should Target From Cap Strapped Teams"
The Flyers like players with versatility, for instance, centers that can play both center and wing. Mika Cyr is that guy, and he can hit the net with accuracy. Unfortunately, his size, as he stands at 5’9,” is one of the main reasons he has gone undrafted in the past three drafts. Cyr has been […]Read more "Mika Cyr Makes Impression At Flyers Developmental Camp"
If you feel like doing some in-depth research on Philadelphia Flyers fourth-round selection, Mason Millman, you have to do some digging. Accessible videos of his play are few and far between and most scouts fail to go into great detail about his game. Still, from what one can gather, one thing is certain. The Flyers […]Read more "Flyers Mason Millman is More Than a Fun Name"
The Philadelphia Flyers and the Buffalo Sabres are two teams fighting for the last playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Tuesday’s contest between these two teams may be considered an elimination game of sorts in a nationally televised matchup. The Flyers (30-26-8) are coming off a 2-1 overtime loss to the Washington Capitals this past […]Read more "Steve Mason and the Flyers steamroll the Sabres in 6-3 win"
The Flyers return home for a “Wednesday Night Rivalry” game against the division rival New York Rangers. This starts a vital three game stretch as the orange and black face New York Rangers, Tampa Bay Lightning and Columbus Blue Jackets. The Flyers figure to be battling these three teams all season for a postseason birth, […]Read more "Flyers preparing for a pivotal three-game stretch"
With two games left until we reach the half way point through the season, we cannot overlook what lies ahead with the upcoming trading deadline on February 28, 2017 at 3 p.m. Many teams have had cap constraints the past few years, so big splashes have rarely happened. General managers such as Ron Hextall, have […]Read more "Three Players that could be used as potential trade bait for the Flyers"
The Flyers start 2017 on the road in Anaheim against the Ducks, where they have not enjoyed much recent success. In fact, recent success is something that has evaded the Flyers altogether. Here are three keys for the Flyers to turn that around in 2017 and kick-starting the second half of the season. 1. Secondary scoring. […]Read more "Three Keys to a strong 2017 for the Philadelphia Flyers"
So last night I attended the Flyers game against the Washington Capitals. What a great game it was. Great team effort and great goaltending from the “Stone Cold” Steve Mason. The Flyers wound up winning 3-2 in a shootout. The only thing that could upset some fans after this type of divisional showdown was the […]Read more "Flyers “Woo” Capitals, but should the chants come to an end?"
The playoffs are just a day away and the excitement levels in Philadelphia could raise the roof of the Wells Fargo Center. But in case you weren’t quite excited enough, we’ve found something to get you shouting “Let’s go Flyers” in your living room within a matter of minutes. YouTube user Hillman811 has put together a pump […]Read more "This Flyers playoff pump up video will send chills down your spine"