Last night, the Flyers were unable to hold off the Islanders as they dropped their second game in a row against New York. Only a night later, Philadelphia found themselves in what should be a pick-me-up game. The Flyers were 4-1 heading into this game when playing the latter half of back-to-backs and this continued. […]Read more "Flyers Fail to Take Down Devils; Drop Their Third Straight"
It wasn’t the result that Flyers fans hoped for, but last night’s overtime loss to the New York Islanders could very much act as a turning-point that the team desperately needed. The month of March has been unkind to Philadelphia thus far. Through 10 games in March they allowed a whopping 51 goals. This was […]Read more "Flyers hoping that last night’s spirited effort acts as a new foundation"
Despite a better defensive performance, the Philadelphia Flyers squander a lead in overtime to the New York Islanders, 2-1. A new week and a new day mean another opportunity to correct the direction of the Philadelphia Flyers. Last time out, the Flyers lost to the New York Islanders, 6-1. Returning home, can Philadelphia improve? Under […]Read more "Flyers cannot solve Sorokin in overtime loss to Islanders"
Following an embarrassing loss to the New York Islanders, can the Philadelphia Flyers center themselves on home ice? March has been a nightmare. The Mass Mutual Eastern Division wasn’t ever for the faint of heart. We all knew that in coming to the 2020-2021 regular season. What we didn’t predict is the Philadelphia Flyers struggling […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Can the Flyers finally find their feet vs Islanders?"
A victory against the New York Islanders meant more than two points in the standings. It meant the Philadelphia Flyers can defeat the elite. Despite blowing a lead, the Flyers were able to win the game 4-3 over the Islanders. The game-winning scorer put it straight forward himself as well: “We found a way to […]Read more "Flyers’ Win Over Islanders Means More Than Just Two-Points"
Following on from one of the worst losses in franchise history, can the Philadelphia Flyers find a sense of success against the New York Islanders? Losses come in all shapes and sizes. There are heartbreaking ones, like Game Six of the 2010 Stanley Cup Finals. Sometimes, it’s a series of games where the opponent is […]Read more "Flyers look to redeem themselves on the road against the Islanders"
By now, it’s old news that the Flyers have been down some key regulars due to COVID-19 protocol over the past few games. When that happened, many thought the Flyers would have little chance of keeping their heads above the water. However, that left room for some of the younger players to step up and […]Read more "Flyers winger Joel Farabee is slaying the sophomore slump"
As the Philadelphia Flyers get ready to host the Boston Bruins, we receive an update on the status of Sean Couturier. The Philadelphia Flyers are on a hot streak, winning their last four games on the way to standing atop of the NHL in the standings. Two regulation victories over the New Jersey Devils and […]Read more "Flyers Phlight Deck: When will Sean Couturier return?"
While the shot differential has been a hot topic, the Philadelphia Flyers rank atop the NHL in scoring efficiency. Is it all by design? Through ten games in 2020-2021, the Philadelphia Flyers are currently atop the NHL standings. Offensively speaking, every opponent has dictated the pace, placing the pressure squarely on Carter Hart and Brian […]Read more "Maybe the Flyers don’t have a shot differential problem after all"
The Flyers completed a two-game sweep of the New York Islanders this past weekend, getting some highly-sought revenge after postseason heartbreak. It’s only fitting that the chapter was kicked off by a grand performance by one of the teams’ youngest stars in the making, Joel Farabee. A first-round pick back in 2018, Joel Farabee posted […]Read more "Joel Farabee is laying the foundations for a breakout season"