The Philadelphia Flyers have kickstarted their preparations for next season by signing an emerging talent to a contract extension. 24-year-old Right wing Nicholas Aube-Kubel is the man in question. Here’s everything you need to know. The deal is set to to have an annual average value of $1.075M, running through the 2021-22 season. After making […]Read more "Flyers sign Nicholas Aube-Kubel to two-year contract extension"
We’re officially less than 24-hours away from the Philadelphia Flyers’ first official playoff game since April 2018. Excitement is soaring through the roofs of houses across the city after the team rolled through the round-robin without suffering a single loss. Can they keep that up against a very aggressive Canadiens side? Only time will tell, […]Read more "AV and Flyers players scout the Canadiens ahead of playoff clash"
When it comes to the playoffs, you’re looking for stars for take over. For someone to step up under the brightest lights. Little did any of us know that it would be the Flyers’ depth stealing the show. If there’s one thing we learned throughout the Flyers’ three round-robin games, it’s that the team may […]Read more "Round-robin proved the Flyers have enough depth to go all the way"
The Flyers come out of the round-robin undefeated and untainted as the undisputed #1 seed going into the Stanley Cup playoffs. This comes on the back of a dominant 4-1 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning, where once again, an unexpected hero emerged – Nic Aube-Kubel. This time, it was Nic Aube-Kubel. After spending five […]Read more "Aube-Kubel’s road to redemption has led to a playoff breakout for Flyers"
‘Chaos off the ice, harmony on it’ is probably the best way to describe this year’s Philadelphia Flyers. After an offseason of uncertainty was rapidly turned into a new dawn, Flyers fans had a lot to be excited about. The team, led by a new Head Coach and a long-term cornerstone in Kevin Hayes, would […]Read more "With Vigneault at the wheel, Flyers could be destined for playoff success"
Brad Marsh and the Flyers Alumni have announced episode two of Flyers Decades. If you missed the first episode, members of one of the greatest Flyers teams talked about their run to the Stanley Cup Finals and taking, possibly the greatest team, to the brink of game seven. It was a wonderful night for fans, […]Read more "Flyers Decades Episode Two: The Stanley Cup Champions"
As we look to fill the void left by the NHL suspending action, Flyers Alumni President, Brad Marsh, has been working to give some aspect of hockey to the fans. Introducing “Flyers Decades,” a virtual roundtable look at the great moments in the history of Flyers Hockey: The concept is a simple one that Marsh […]Read more "How you can be part of a virtual roundtable with Flyers legends"
It was only a matter of time before Linus Sandin became the newest addition to the Philadelphia Flyers. The NHL extended Player Development Agreements for the 2020-2021 season, which practically was the green light required for the Flyers to sign Sandin. With player signings for European players pursuant to and in accordance with each of […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Flyers Sign Linus Sandin to ELC"
In a brand new series on Philly Sports Network, our team of Flyers writers get together in a zoom call to discuss the current state of affairs and bring a sense of fresh air in a very trying time. From how the current pandemic is impacting the team and the NHL season, to a hypothetical […]Read more "Can the Flyers go all the way when Hockey returns?| Flyers Zoom Room"
Once down three games in this series, the Philadelphia Flyers are one game away from having the Boston Bruins face elimination. The Flyers have stared adversity in the eye all series long, whether it was the deficit they were in or the injuries they took on. Heading back to Philadelphia for game six, the Flyers […]Read more "Prior Flyers Game Sixes: 2010 vs Boston Bruins"