Claude Giroux demands respect to be put on his name as the Philadelphia Flyers enter a road trip after a victory. Not long ago, the Philadelphia Flyers roster was unable to outscore the New York Rangers. The reformatted top-six forwards curated all of the goals while players quarantined in COVID protocol. In those two games […]Read more "Flyers Phlight Deck: Giroux is back and bringing reinforcements with him"
After contracting COVID-19, Claude Giroux missed his first two games in five years. The last time he was out was a three-game stint due to injury back in February 2016. Upon his return five years ago, he registered a power-play goal. On Wednesday, the return of the Captain proved to be a spark in the […]Read more "Claude Giroux showed just how valuable he is to the Flyers upon his return"
Alain Vigneault made a fairly surprising decision prior to the showdown against the Islanders in benching Travis Konecny. The reasoning was simple – AV wanted more production in 5-on-5 from his entire team and pulling out someone as productive as TK sent a message. But did it work? It’s no surprise that the Flyers have […]Read more "Did benching Travis Konecny have the right impact on the Flyers?"
The Philadelphia Flyers ensured that the battle of the turnpike was a successful one by overthrowing the New Jersey Devils in both of their matchups this week. A 3-1 victory was exactly what the Doctor ordered, but it took some help from an unlikely candidate in Nate Prosser. Prior to yesterday’s game, Alain Vigneault shook […]Read more "Nate Prosser becomes the latest Flyers underdog to steal the hearts of fans"
The Flyers beat the New Jersey Devils 3-1 on Thursday night, sweeping them in the process. Carter Hart made 33 saves on 34 shots for the win, which jumped the Flyers into a tie for second place with the Bruins. The Flyers hold a record of 5-2-1 on the season. The loss dropped the Devils […]Read more "Flyers learn to ‘trust the Prosser’ in big win over Devils"
Alain Vigneault expressed embarrassment after watching his team lose 6-1 to the Sabres on Monday night, but the Flyers were able to get themselves back up off the mat for another round just one day later. Philly bounced back in a dominant 3-0 win that sent the team back to the top of the newly […]Read more "Brian Elliott shows how valuable he is to the Flyers in dazzling shutout"
The Flyers are now under one week away from kickstarting what promises to be an intense and unique NHL season. While the team enjoyed a quiet offseason and were able to retain a strong core, their defensive shape will see quite a change. Matt Niskanen’s surprise retirement has shuffled the entire group and in order […]Read more "Erik Gustafsson is beginning to find his footing with the Flyers"
The Philadelphia Flyers are tearing up the Ice down at the Skate Zone in Vorhees, but over the border in Edmonton, two young prospects have earned a significant accolade. Draft picks Cam York and Bobby Brink were competing for Team USA in the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships and after making the final, squared off […]Read more "Two Flyers prospects strike gold at World Junior Championships"
Over the past few years, there has been one Flyers’ player that has been pretty much untouchable. Sean Couturier, fresh off a Selke award, has been one of the team’s best players, and probably the best all-around skater. He looks to continue his success, and will be one the team’s leaders heading into the shortened […]Read more "Flyers’ Season Preview: What Can We Expect From Sean Couturier?"
Following his 2019-2020 performance, Phil Myers went being out of the lineup to top-pair with the Philadelphia Flyers in 2020-2021. Throughout the 2020 offseason, the Philadelphia Flyers kept mostly the same personnel from last season. The core has not changed. A few veteran players have settled on a new franchise while another retired altogether. The […]Read more "How Phil Myers went from UDFA to key cog in Flyers’ top defensive pairing"