The Lehigh Valley Phantoms fell victim to the Binghamton Devils Friday night, dropping a winnable contest 3-1. The Phantoms are now 6-4-1-4 15 games into the 2019-20 AHL regular season. Jean-Francois Berube got the start for Lehigh Valley, stopping 24 of 27 shots. Louis Domingue took to the net for the Devils. He faced the […]Read more "Down in the Valley: Devils Drop Phantoms 3-1"
With all the talk on social media regarding the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, there is one name that captures the interest of fans more than others: Morgan Frost. So far, fans are experiencing a lot of, “ask and you shall receive,” as call ups have been made for the most requested Joel Farabee (Winger), Phillipe Myers […]Read more "From the Glass: Morgan Frost"
The Lehigh Valley Phantoms had themselves quite a busy weekend. They hosted the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins on Friday night and then traveled to Bridgeport to take on the Sound Tigers both Saturday and Sunday. How would the Phantoms they fare on this busy weekend filled with three-straight contests? Phantoms (3) vs. WBS Penguins (4) Shootout Lehigh […]Read more "On the Flyers Farm: Phantoms Manage One Win in Packed Weekend"
“Under the Flyers Microscope” is a featured column from Philly Sports Network focusing on the play of a Flyers prospect in one particular game. This week, the attention is on German Rubtsov and his NHL debut. Former first-round selection, German Rubtsov, has been an interesting Philadelphia Flyers prospect to follow. Since being drafted, expectations for […]Read more "Under the Flyers Microscope: German Rubtsov vs. New Jersey Devils"
“Flyers Prospects Weekly” is a new weekly column at Philly Sports Network providing you with snapshots into the Philadelphia Flyers farm system. It will highlight prospects that stood out that particular week for their respective teams. NHL/AHL/ECHL Carsen Twarynski Twarynski recorded his first career goal in the NHL Saturday night in Vancouver. The Flyers caught […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Weekly: Joel Farabee Shines in First Weekend with Phantoms"
The Flyers’ locker room was nearly empty. After clinging on to a 4-3 win over Chicago, the team was met with a frantic media huddle as reporters scrambled to talk to the stars of the night. But when the dust settled and reporters rushed back to their desks, one man walked out of the Flyers […]Read more "Flyers’ Oskar Lindblom doesn’t want the spotlight, he just wants to improve"
With the NHL regular season not yet in motion, some of the Philadelphia Flyers prospects have already begun their hockey year. Aside from the AHL and College, all the other leagues are off and running. Here are some of the prospects that stood out in the very early stages of their respective seasons. Jay O’Brien […]Read more "Flyers Prospect Watch: September Standouts"
The Flyers are back in town. Let’s get this party started. The orange and black continue their pre-season tilts, and some prospects have stood out from the rest. For instance, Joel Farabee, German Rubtsov, Morgan Frost (Before injury), Philippe Myers, Carter Hart (Second year), and Maksim Sushko. However, some Vets have stood out, as well, […]Read more "Flyers Weekly Mailbag: What would the lines look like with Nolan Patrick injured?"
After two preseason games, the Philadelphia Flyers have cut down their roster to 54 players. The team announced Wednesday morning that Egor Zamula, Mason Millman, Wyatte Wylie, and Egor Serdyuk have been returned to their respective junior teams. With the WHL, OHL, and QMJHL seasons set to begin this weekend, the timing makes sense. Additionally, […]Read more "Flyers Prospect Watch: Four Players Return to Juniors"
The boys are back in town! At least the rookies. It’s that time of the year again where we get to see the depth on display dressed in orange and black. On Wednesday, September 11th, the Philadelphia Flyers faced off against the New York Islanders in the 2019 Rookie Game live from the PPL Center […]Read more "The Flyers Can Be Confident In Their Rookies"