The Philadelphia Flyers have signed 31-year-old forward, Chris Stewart, to an NHL Pro Try-Out. He will attend the team’s training camp and look to obtain a contract for the upcoming season. Chris Stewart is a former first-round pick that never really materialized into anything more than a bottom-six forward. Since being drafted 18th-overall by Colorado […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Flyers Sign Chris Stewart to PTO"
The Philadelphia Flyers locked up another RFA Tuesday, re-signing Nicolas Aube-Kubel to a one-year, two-way contract worth $700K. The 23-year-old forward completed his third professional hockey season last year, spending most of his time in the AHL. Aube-Kubel has played 203 games for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, recording 45 goals and 52 assists. Additionally, he […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Flyers Re-Sign Nicolas Aube-Kubel"
This season’s blueline has stirred many rumors and conversations, and for good reason. Fans all over twitter are asking, “What’s Chuck going to do next?” It seems like the Flyers GM has some tricks up his sleeve, and fans everywhere are trying to figure out what he has planned for this 2019-20 season. One of […]Read more "New Defensemen Exactly What Flyers Need"
When is Fletcher going to re-sign the remaining RFA’s in Travis Konecny, Ivan Provorov? That seems to be the million dollar question echoing throughout the Philadelphia legion of fans right now. Let’s hope it’s sooner rather than later. Without further delay, here are our answers to your questions. Mikhail Vorobyev. Honestly, I just don’t see […]Read more "Flyers Weekly Mailbag: Can Carter Hart avoid a sophomore slump?"
The proud orange-clad fans were rejoicing throughout the streets of Vancouver following the draft. Well, let’s give them more to cheer about. Newly crowned General Manager Chuck Fletcher wanted to keep his young up and coming stars intact with the orange and black for years to come. He stayed true to his promise as the […]Read more "Why the Scott Laughton signing is so important for the Flyers"
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"
Newly crowned, or not so newly crowned General Manager Chuck Fletcher cannot put down the phone this offseason. The Flyers had many holes to fill to hopefully become contenders once again, as well as some house cleaning of their own with RFA’s in Travis Sanheim, Travis Konecny, Ivan Provorov, Scott Laughton, Justin Bailey, and Ryan […]Read more "Three potential targets for the Flyers using Fletcher’s opportunistic formula"
The free agency carousel is picking up speed. Philadelphia announced the signings of two more unrestricted free agents on Monday afternoon, here’s all you need to know. Chris Bigras (two-year, two-way contract) Bigras was allowed to walk out of the New York Rangers without an offer after becoming a reliable blueliner for their AHL affiliate […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers sign a further two unrestricted free agents"
Finally, from the Heavens, the Flyers have a Number One Goaltender in Carter Hart. When was the last time the orange and black knew who their starting Goaltender would be heading into the draft? “Finally it has happened to me right in front of my face, My feelings can’t describe it,” I’m literally singing this […]Read more "5 Backup Goaltending Possibilities For The Flyers"
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?"