The moment has arrived for the Philadelphia Flyers to impress at Lake Tahoe. Could they capitalize in outdoor hockey? Philadelphia sports identify as the underdog. Heading into Lake Tahoe, the Philadelphia Flyers were exactly that, as they set to take on the Boston Bruins. Through four games in 2020-2021, the Flyers are 0-2-2 versus the […]Read more "Flyers drown in Lake Tahoe loss to the Bruins: How it happened"
The Philadelphia Flyers are 0-2-2 versus the Boston Bruins in 2020-2021. They’ll look to change their fortune tonight at Lake Tahoe. In each of their four previous meetings this season, the Boston Bruins earned the win. Two of the four victories took place in overtime. The goaltender for the Philadelphia Flyers in those overtime losses […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Can the Flyers beat the Bruins on Lake Tahoe?"
We’re now under 24 hours away from this years’ NHL outdoor game involving the Philadelphia Flyers and Boston Bruins. For Philadelphia, this game is crucial. It’s officially been 13 months since the Flyers have beaten the Bruins (an OT win in January of last year) and they have dropped all four games against them so […]Read more "The Flyers have an ace up their sleeve going into Lake Tahoe showdown"
As we patiently wait for the Philadelphia Flyers to play another game, let’s start to reflect on the Flyers’ season so far. Despite a ton of negatives to talk about, the orange and black have accelerated off to what looks to be another successful season. The Flyers have been sitting in second place of their […]Read more "Flyers’ Quarter-Season Report Cards: Defensemen Edition"
Many Flyers’ fans have been clamoring that the team does not have a tough guy. After fighting Friday night, could NAK solve this debate? Philadelphia is a very gritty city–there’s no doubt about it. The Flyers sit fourth in the entire league record-wise but have not come anywhere close to playing like it. The lack […]Read more "Flyers’ Flaws: Is Nic Aube-Kubel the Answer to the Team’s Toughness?"
It’s not often that an Alex Ovechkin masterclass is outshined by a 7-goal romp. But that’s what we saw on Sunday as the Flyers offense caught fire to take a huge win over the Capitals. With six goals scored in just two periods to quell the fire, there were bound to be some interesting statistics. […]Read more "Flyers vs Capitals: Three stunning stats from Sunday’s impressive win"
After a dreaded week of hockey against the Bruins, the Flyers needed to get back on the right track. In a Sunday matinee matchup against the Washington Capitals, the Flyers did just that. Reigning Selke award winner Sean Couturier was finally back in the Flyers’ lineup and tallied two goals. Scott Laughton scored a trio […]Read more "Flyers’ Offense Overcomes Alex Ovechkin’s Great Game to Top Capitals"
The Flyers took on the Bruins for the fourth time this season and came away with another loss. That drops them to 0-2-2 for the year against the team from Beantown. The Flyers again lost a third-period lead and in the span of 27 seconds, the Bruins took control. It won’t get easier for the […]Read more "Flyers continue to struggle in the third period as Bruins breeze by"
Last time out, the Philadelphia Flyers gave away a winning performance, falling to the Boston Bruins in overtime, 4-3. Close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades. The Philadelphia Flyers know that to be true when playing the Boston Bruins. In two of three games, the Flyers have fallen in overtime or a shootout. On […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers vs Boston Bruins; Part Four"
Last night was a frustrating one for the Philadelphia Flyers. Another third period lead squandered, only this time, there was no solace to be found in an extra period. The Bruins battled back from a 3-1 deficit to snag the win and leave the Flyers left in a state of confusion. The important thing here […]Read more "The bigger picture is key for the Flyers after a tough OT loss"