The early part of the season has had its ups and downs for the beloved Flyers. We have seen some really good play coming from Travis Konecny and Oskar Lindblom. Other than those two, we have yet to see consistency throughout the lineup. This is my opinion as to how I would improve the Flyers […]Read more "Flyers Arm Chair GM – What the “Dope” would do."
“Under the Flyers Microscope” is a featured column from Philly Sports Network focusing on the play of a Flyers prospect in one particular game. This week, the attention is on German Rubtsov and his NHL debut. Former first-round selection, German Rubtsov, has been an interesting Philadelphia Flyers prospect to follow. Since being drafted, expectations for […]Read more "Under the Flyers Microscope: German Rubtsov vs. New Jersey Devils"
A rocky past couple of games forced the Flyers to make much anticipated moves in calling up a few aces from the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. After a crushing losses to the New York Islanders (5 – 3) and the Pittsburgh Penguins (7 – 1), the Flyers brass has clearly felt the frustration shared by the […]Read more "Rubtsov, Myers, & Twarynski up, Morin & Vorobyev sent down"
Just five days ago, the Flyers rookies took on the Islanders rookies in an overtime shootout loss. Some of those players who shined in that rookie game saw their first NHL action at the Wells Fargo Center in game one and at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in game two. The whole “Fly Or Die” mantra […]Read more "The Hat Trick: Three things we learned in Flyers’ opening preseason games"
Flyers fans got a taste of the future last week when the rookies took the ice against the rookies from the New York Islanders. Highly-touted prospects Joel Farabee, Morgan Frost, and Isaac Ratcliffe took the ice to form a line that fans, even analysts alike, salivated at the thought of. Three of the highest regarded […]Read more "Flyers’ Farabee-Frost-Ratcliffe line could be a force for years to come"
We’re a few days into training camp, and the injury bug has already hit the Philadelphia Flyers. Tyler Pitlick injured his left wrist and is believed to be out for around 2 more weeks, putting him in danger of missing the season opener in the Czech Republic against the Chicago Blackhawks. Third-year center Nolan Patrick […]Read more "The ripple effect of Konecny’s contract negotiations with the Flyers"
The boys are back in town! At least the rookies. It’s that time of the year again where we get to see the depth on display dressed in orange and black. On Wednesday, September 11th, the Philadelphia Flyers faced off against the New York Islanders in the 2019 Rookie Game live from the PPL Center […]Read more "The Flyers Can Be Confident In Their Rookies"
As the end of the season creeps nearer and nearer, fans are hoping that the Flyers don’t keep up that same pace when the puck hits the ice. The Philadelphia Flyers are notorious for slow starts, and that’s no secret. The Flyers have had losing records in four out of their last five Octobers and […]Read more "Another Flyers slow start could mean good news for Phantoms"
Coming into the Philadelphia Flyers Rookie Camp there are few names worth talking about when it comes to making the Flyers directly out of camp. It’s not because there aren’t other players who are able to make the jump or that could surprise people, but it’s clear that there are a few guys who are […]Read more "Rookies Who Can Possibly Make the Flyers Roster"
How good is German Rubtsov? Well, he’s probably the best prospect in the Flyers pool fans are not talking about. However, there’s been a lot more talk about him lately. It’s time to talk about why he’s a serious candidate to make the Flyers in 2019-2020. After a strong start in 2018-19 and an impressive […]Read more "Can German Rubtsov make the Flyers roster one-year removed from season-ending injury?"