We’re about two weeks away from the tentative beginning to the Philadelphia Flyers training camp for the 2020-2021 regular season. Over in the Seattle Kraken camp, it is business as usual as they dot the “i’s” and cross the “t’s” before their first official season. In the 2021 offseason, the Kraken will clash with every […]Read more "Which Flyers players will the Seattle Kraken draft next year?"
February 21st of this past season saw a trade go down that had many initially scratching their heads. The Boston Bruins dealt David Backes, defensive prospect Axel Andersson, and their 2020 first round pick to the Anaheim Ducks. In return, Boston acquired forward Ondrej Kase. At first glance, this seems like a steep overpay from […]Read more "Flyers Should Follow Boston’s Blueprint for Unloading Salary"
Sound the alarms because this is not a drill. The Philadelphia Flyers have forced a game seven against the New York Islanders. In this must-watch playoff series, the Flyers continue to show grit. They’re not making anything easy for the Islanders. After a double overtime thriller, the tides have turned towards a series-defining game on […]Read more "Flyers Double Down in Double Overtime"
The following quote from Flyers’ d-man Ivan Provorov is very telling. “It’s not over until it’s over. We have a great team. We know how to battle with adversity. We’re going to come out with the same energy tomorrow.” Ivan Provorov; 8/31/2020 The Philadelphia Flyers entered game five on the brink of elimination. Again, overtime […]Read more "What we learned in the Flyers’ heroic game 5 overtime victory"
Four days into the first week of training camp for the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs have revealed significant dates for the Philadelphia Flyers. In exhibition play, the Flyers welcome back hockey fans to NHL competition as they face their state rivals, the Pittsburgh Penguins July 28th. Five days later, Philadelphia begins their round-robin round against […]Read more "Flyers Check-In: James van Riemsdyk"
As the Flyers begin preparing for training camp as a top four team in the East, many players can be credited for their success. However, one name that constantly gets overlooked is the $35 million man. Since his return to Philadelphia, James van Riemsdyk has been about as mediocre a player as you could imagine. […]Read more "James van Riemsdyk will be key to Flyers’ Playoff Success"
The impacts of COVID-19 have been felt globally and as the world waits for a return to normality, hopes of our favorite sports resuming are beginning to rise. Hockey fans are among the most eager to see this happen, with the playoffs being so teasingly close at the time of the postponing of the season. […]Read more "James Van Riemsdyk opens up on fatherhood and hockey’s return"
It was a game to change the momentum of the series. The Flyers had dropped the first two games of the series in Boston. They returned home in a hole that they were desperate to climb out of. The Flyers got into the playoffs on the last game of the season, a shootout win versus […]Read more "Prior Game threes: 2010 ECSF vs. Boston"
The Philadelphia Flyers are streaking right now. A 5-2 win over the Washington Capitals cemented a 7-game winning run for the Orange and Black, but it wasn’t all sunny for Philadelphia. Winger James Van Riemsdyk took a wrister to the knuckle of his right hand early in the first period. He was sent to the […]Read more "What JVR’s injury means for the Flyers moving forward"
The Philadelphia Flyers are playing really good hockey lately. Head Coach Alain Vigneault finally has the Flyers playing at a level that is playoff-worthy. They currently sit in the eighth playoff position prior to tonight’s game where they host the seventh seed, Columbus Blue Jackets. That will bee followed up with an away game in […]Read more "Flyers offense is heating up at the right time as playoff push begins"