You want the good news?! I’ll give you the good news! Oskar Lindblom is wrapping up his final stage of Ewing’s Sarcoma treatments. It’s quite an uplifting feeling and a testament to his character. The strength Lindblom has displayed off the ice to see the finish line on his treatments is downright incredible. Since December […]Read more "Flyers’ Lindblom Finishing Final Treatments"
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"
In the previous edition of Philly Sports Network’s “Flyers Check-In,” we caught up with Sean Couturier. Yesterday, Joel Farabee was featured on a conference call during the NHL 2019-2020 season pause. In his rookie season, Farabee is on the cusp of being a top ten scorer for the Philadelphia Flyers. The nineteen-year-old is the best […]Read more "Flyers’ Joel Farabee Reflects on his rookie season"
Hockey is a game of slim margins. It’s either the taste of victory or the bitter pill of defeat. In a playoff series, it isn’t the score that always tells the story. Consider what each team has to lose. The difference in game five of the 2010 NHL Eastern Conference Semi-Finals was four goals, but […]Read more "Prior Flyers Game Fives: 2010 at Boston Bruins"
In the last edition of Philly Sports Network’s “Flyers Check-In,” we got up to speed with Carter Hart. Today, Sean Couturier was featured on a conference call during the NHL 2019-2020 season pause. Second in scoring on the Philadelphia Flyers, Couturier is arguably the best player in Orange and Black. He’s one of the most […]Read more "Flyers’ Sean Couturier opens up on Selke nomination and quarantine life"
If you missed part one of this mini-series, don’t panic! The dreaded iPhone alarm pierced through the early morning Sky at around 7AM. I’d only been asleep for a few hours, but I knew I had to wake up early to make the most of today. The Flyers and Blackhawks would both be practicing at […]Read more "Tales from the Press Box: How the Flyers conquered the Blackhawks part 2"
I remember being sat in a friend’s living room on a Saturday Night last Summer. Everyone was drinking, there was some terrible music playing, and the mood was light. I was alone on a couch, constantly refreshing my emails. I knew that it was also the night I was supposed to hear back from the […]Read more "Tales from the press box: How the Flyers conquered the Blackhawks part 1"
A heartfelt response Before answering a question about how the pausing of the league schedule has impacted his team, the Flyers GM took a moment to recognize the ridiculously tough work and tremendous efforts that all in the medical field are currently displaying. “Well before I answer that question, I want to acknowledge the obvious […]Read more "Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher provides updates on injuries, prospects & more"
For anyone who has kept up with the Philadelphia Flyers in 2019-2020, it isn’t a surprise when you hear “the Flyers are so much better at home.” There isn’t a shadow of a doubt the Orange and Black have been lethal in Philadelphia. For as great as the Flyers are at home (25-6-4), no one […]Read more "Home Ice Advantage was key for the Flyers in 2019-20 campaign"