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?"
It is an exciting time of year in prospect land. A lot of young players are seeing their season come to an end and they are beginning to look ahead to future plans. For some, like Joel Farabee, it involves signing an entry-level contract and joining the pros. For others, such as Wyatt Kalynuk, it’s […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: Thoughts on the Joel Farabee Signing"
In this week’s “Flyers Prospects Mailbag” we touch on all sorts of good stuff. We look ahead to the upcoming draft, touch on the goalie situation, and discuss some prospects dealing with injuries this season. Let’s rock and roll! This certainly qualifies as a prospect question, my friend. The funny thing about this draft is […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: Looking Ahead to the Draft"
The NHL trade deadline is just around the river bend (yeah, that’s a Pocahontas reference). Although prospects aren’t always the hot topic around this time of year, they still play a role in trade speculation. This week’s Flyers Prospects Mailbag touches on prospects the Flyers might target in a return for veterans such as Wayne […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: Prospects worth targeting at the trade deadline"
A mere month and a half ago, December 17th, the Philadelphia Flyers were sitting in dead last in the Eastern Conference of the NHL. They had just lost their last 4 games in a row and were 3-8-3 over their last 14 games. Flyers fans were clamoring for change, and it came in a big […]Read more "Should the Flyers be buyers or sellers at this year’s trade deadline?"
In this week’s “Flyers Prospects Mailbag”, we tackle topics that have not come up before. We take a look at the difference between playing the Canadian Hockey League and the NCAA, some more projections, a few prospects that are currently a bit overvalued, and prospects that will have an impact in Philadelphia or Lehigh Valley […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: Which prospects are overvalued?"