“We really got up for this game,” goaltender Brian Elliott explained after the Flyers 3-0 victory against Pittsburgh Tuesday night. “Got up” was a drastic understatement by Elliott, who recorded his first shutout of the season. Last night, Philadelphia fans witnessed one of the most complete performances by the Flyers this season. With and without […]Read more "Flyers’ defense stepped in a big way against the Pens"
The Philadelphia Flyers announced the latest in a growing line of roster moves that impact the lower lines. 21-year old German Rubstov has been called up from the Lehigh Valley Phantoms after a fairly stable opening half to the season, posting 12 points in 28 games. This move comes at an interesting time given that […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers call up a former first-round pick"
After coming off wins against the top three teams in the NHL, the Flyers were in a prime spot to pick up a season sweep of the Montreal Canadiens. Scott Laughton stepped onto the ice to play in his 300th career NHL game, and was sure to come out with a ton of energy. Montreal’s […]Read more "Ilya Kovalchuk Leads the Charge as Montreal Dominates Philadelphia"
The Flyers play host to the Canadiens tonight in a winnable game against a struggling Habs team. Looking to make it three straight wins, Philly is starting to heat up at the right time. But just because the odds favor the orange and black, it doesn’t mean that this will be a walk in the […]Read more "Game preview: Flyers looking to stay hot against ailing Canadiens"
The Flyers ended their post-holiday Western trip with a stop in Raleigh, NC to take on the Carolina Hurricanes. While they managed to collect a point from this game, they weren’t able to tally this one up as a win. Part of this loss is on the team, but some other factors that came into […]Read more "Game recap: Flyers hit by Hurricane on their way back home"
“Be a F***ing Flyer” In his first season as the head coach of the Philadelphia Flyers, Alain Vigneault has brought that new mantra into the locker room. Throughout his coaching career, AV has picked up two conference championships, one in each the East and West. Just like fellow ex-Rangers coach and team USA icon Herb […]Read more "Flyers’ strong start to the season is par for the course for Vigneault"
Imagine, the game starts according to plan for once. Philadelphia got on the board early and came out firing with a ton of energy. However, their fast start was soon overcome by a surge by the Golden Knights en route to a 5-4 loss in Vegas. A Crazy Game This game wound up having a […]Read more "Road struggles continue for Flyers with a 5-4 loss in Vegas"
This road trip has been far from an ideal one for the Flyers. After losing two out of three games against the bottom of the Western Conference, they now have a test in facing three stronger opponents in the upcoming week. The Philadelphia Flyers (22-13-5) face off against the Vegas Golden Knights (22-15-6) at T-Mobile […]Read more "Stay Golden Ponyboy: Flyers visit Vegas to take on Golden Knights"
After splitting the first two games of the lengthy six-game road trip, The Flyers closed out their California portion of the trip by taking on the L.A Kings. The Flyers welcomed back Scott Laughton to the starting lineup, having missed seven games with a groin injury. This is a game the Flyers needed to win […]Read more "Off With Their Heads: Kings Execute Flyers hopes of ending Decade with a win."
After an awful loss to the San Jose Sharks, the Flyers needed to shake things up and get back on the right track when they faced the Anaheim Ducks. Michael Raffl was back in the lineup for the first time in ten games, and Morgan Frost was sent back to Lehigh Valley. Robert Hagg was […]Read more "Flyers Bounce Back Mightily Against the Ducks"