Unfortunately for Flyers fans, playoff hockey will not be making an appearance in Philadelphia this year. With only six games remaining and the Flyers eight points back of the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, making the playoffs just doesn’t seem realistic. However, the future is bright. This week, we will take a look […]Read more "Flyers Q&A: ‘Goalies and holeies’"
It’s a long shot, but there’s still a chance Flyers fans. As of right now, the Flyers sit five points back of the 2nd Wildcard Spot in the Eastern Conference with 16 games left to play. A playoff berth is not out of the question quite yet. One guy who has helped keep the Orange […]Read more "Sean Couturier’s Second Half Surge Has Kept Flyers Within Playoff Reach"
We all say how much we love the Flyers and I trust that most people do. But I ask the question, are we sometimes misguided in the way we portray that love? The Flyers are going through one of the worst seasons in recent memory and it’s become quite obvious to everyone watching the team, […]Read more "Is the understandable negativity from fans hurting the Flyers more than we think?"
It’s safe to say the Flyers aren’t content with where they’re at 39 games into the 2018-2019 season. They sit dead last in the Metropolitan Division with a total of 35 points, and second to last in the Eastern Conference. Only the Ottawa Senators (34) have less points than the Flyers. It’s clearly time to […]Read more "It’s time for Flyers GM Chuck Fletcher to make a move"
The new look Philadelphia Flyers have been given new faces. A fresh and vibrant look that Flyers fans have not been accustomed to in the past. Gone are the days of overspending on veterans out of their prime. Welcome to the new, patient, Flyers front office staff that is building this new team from the […]Read more "Four reasons why reuniting with Jaromir Jagr would make sense for the Flyers"
The Philadelphia Flyers are on a roll within the past week or so. They have done a lot of household cleaning of their own, and now the Flyers officially have inked a number one goaltender. First, the Flyers made qualifying offers to seven of their key restricted free agents on Monday, and they resigned Winger […]Read more "Hot Off the Press: Flyers reportedly sign Brian Elliott to a two-year deal"
The Philadelphia Flyers finished their week long road trip with a 2-2-0 record after beating their bitter rival Pittsburgh Penguins Sunday night. They even held their nemesis off the score sheet which makes it all the better. The Flyers are still mathematically in the playoff hunt, but they have a lot of work to do.They need wins..and […]Read more "Recapping the Flyers week that was: By the numbers"
The Philadelphia Flyers ended their week in dramatic fashion, with a come from behind 4-3 overtime win on Sunday. Brayden Schenn scored his 22nd of the season just 38 seconds into extra time. It concluded a 2-2-0 week that had some soaring highs, and unfortunately some unexplainable lows. Lets take a look inside the numbers […]Read more "The Flyers Week That Was: By The Numbers"
The Philadelphia Flyers completed their week with another loss, this time against the rival Pittsburgh Penguins 4-2 on Saturday night at Heinz Field In Pittsburgh. It completes a lost week as the orange and black are now 2-6-1 in their last nine games. They now sit fifth in the Wild Card standings in the Eastern […]Read more "Recapping the Flyers week that Was: By The Numbers"
The Philadelphia Flyers lost again on Saturday night virtually assuring General Manager Ron Hextall that the team would be sellers on trade deadline day looming. The Flyers now sit fifth in the Wild Card standings in the Eastern Conference and trail the Boston Bruins by five points for the final playoff spot. With only 21 […]Read more "The Good, the bad and the ugly: Flyers losses to Capitals and Penguins"