All good things must come to an end, but this isn’t really “the end.” Sure, it’s my end to the last three years and change that I’ve spent here at Philly Sports Network. It sure as hell isn’t the end to what I love doing, and that’s writing, covering, and talking about the Philadelphia Flyers. […]Read more "A Thank You, See You Later, and All-Around Appreciation Post"
Mandatory Photo Credit: Alex McIntyre In 2019-2020, the Philadelphia Flyers had a lot of working parts that were firing on all cylinders during the regular season. Securing a spot in the 2020 NHL Stanley Cup playoffs had a lot to do with the work of the Flyers defense and goaltending. Ivan Provorov is a top […]Read more "The 2019-20 Flyers’ Defense was Top 10"
Michael Raffl is going on vacation…kinda. On Saturday morning the Flyers announced that he had been loaned to Austrian club Villacher SV. This came as a slight surprise out of context, but it makes much more sense upon closer inspection and could paint a picture of what the short-term future holds. At 31-years-old, Raffl spent […]Read more "Could Michael Raffl’s loan be a sign of things to come for the Flyers?"
Happy thanksgiving Flyers fans! I hope you’ve all had a wonderful day. While you’re all trying to avoid falling asleep at 7PM after a magnificent feast, here are 5 things fans should be thankful this year. Carter Hart exists How can you not be thankful for everything the 22-year-old goaltender has already brought to the […]Read more "Five things Flyers fans should be thankful for this thanksgiving"
Mandatory Photo Credit: Alex McIntyre The NHL released another player ranking list and, yet again, I find myself in disagreement. First, it was the claim that Ivan Provorov is not a top twenty defenseman. Now, this issue stands with the omission of Carter Hart from the top ten goaltenders. While readers may call bias as […]Read more "Flyers’ Carter Hart is a Top Ten Goaltender"
The NHL offseason is taking a big breath. As anticipation and speculation build surrounding the start of the upcoming season, teams have largely built their rosters that they believe to be strong enough to take them to a Stanley Cup. For the Philadephia Flyers, it’s been an interesting few months and while there are still […]Read more "Six young Flyers who could make a big jump next season"
Yesterday, ESPN+ released a column regarding the potential division realignments for the upcoming 2020-2021 NHL season. Much like everything else that has to do with the upcoming season, these realignments are speculative. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the NHL searches for new solutions during unique times. New obstacles due to travel restrictions mean that teams […]Read more "What Does the Potential NHL Realignment Mean for the Flyers?"
No matter what sport and team you look at, there’s always that one glue guy. This player is on a team forever and does nearly everything that’s asked by their coach, but flies under the radar. During my typical nightly perusing of Twitter the other day, I noticed some fans bashing one of the biggest […]Read more "A Quick Michael Raffl Appreciation Piece"
The other day, PSN’s head honcho, Liam Jenkins, wrote about how he thought the Flyers’ new Reverse Retro Jersey’s were gorgeous. I respectfully disagree. After seeing them unveiled, my reaction was a simple, MEH! Good, but not great. If you haven’t had a chance to see the design here you go: Let me start by […]Read more "Thoughts on the Flyers’ New Reverse Retro Jersey"
The Philadelphia Flyers have finally unveiled their Adidas Reverse Retro ADIZERO jersey for the 2020-21 season after weeks of teasing. Adidas have created a ‘reverse retro’ alternate for all 31 NHL teams and they’ll all be used on certain occasions throughout the season. The Jersey was made in an attempt to remix some of the […]Read more "Flyers unveil their ‘reverse retro’ jerseys and they’re gorgeous"