A silent guardian. A watchful protector. An orange and black knight. Ron Hextall came back to the Flyers organization with a plan: build from the bottom up, and thrive down the road. He was focused on building a dynasty for years to come. He had his vision in mind, and was ready to carry it […]Read more "Ron Hextall: The hero the Flyers deserve, but not the one it needs"
We are 24 days away from preseason hockey, and 25 from Flyers preseason hockey. Hang in there folks, the light at the end of the tunnel is getting closer by the day. An already long enough off season, lengthened by the excitement surrounding young players development and the signing of a scoring winger that this […]Read more "Five things to look forward to: Flyers Edition"
After game 3 Sunday afternoon, Flyers head coach Dave Hakstol announced that changes could be coming in regards to the lineup. He didn’t specify who or what, but speculation leads up to believe that Oskar Lindblom, who has underperformed so far in the series, may find himself up in the press box, watching Jordan Weal […]Read more "Optimizing the Flyers lineup ahead of game four"
It’s well known that the Philadelphia Flyers are going to string in some youth infusion into the lineup this season. This has the media and orange clad fans pumped for the upcoming season of Flyers hockey. Let’s get this party started already, so let’s walk down memory lane with the Wayne’s World movie, “Party on, […]Read more "Current Flyers Players With the Most to Prove Finale: Matt Read"
Twelve games in, the Flyers currently sit with 10 points at 4-6-2. That’s good for the 7th worst record in the league, exactly where they finished last year. The team started the season with a lot of promise, going 4-2-1 in their first 7, but have since dropped 5 straight, managing only 1 point in […]Read more "5 Losses in a Row: Are the Flyers Already Done?"
The Flyers fell to the Tampa Bay Lightning in Overtime to mark the start of the Hakstol era, but it was a point that many Philadelphia Flyers fans were more than happy take. Why? Here are three positives to take from the Flyers season opener. 3: Secondary goals Matt Read opened the scoring for the […]Read more "Three positives from Flyers season opener"
And just like that, the Hockey season is over for Flyers fans. No post season, no hype or ceremony. Just a sudden weight added to the chest as you realise the next time you’ll see the Broadstreet bullies take to the ice will be in October and it’s now just the third time in 20 […]Read more "That’s all Folks: Flyers season ends in Loss"
Going into the third period, the score was tied at 1-1. The Flyers, in a very tight game had every chance of walking away with two points or at least sending it to overtime. But all it took was a minimal 17 seconds to dash any hopes of that thought coming true. Alex Edler played […]Read more "Third Period collapse for Flyers in Vancouver"
Adam Henrique’s sixth two-goal game in his career,partnered with three unanswered goals over the second and third periods and terrible penalty killing lifted the New Jersey Devils to a 5-2 win over a damaged Flyers team. Henrique scored his first goal in the last third of the first period before Ryan White tied it after Luke Schenn struck for […]Read more "Miserable weekend topped with a 5-2 loss to the Devils"
As predicted, it was another slow start at the Wells Fargo last night but this time the Flyers prevailed as they top the Blues to bring the gap to the Bruins down to just 3 points. You could argue that the game should have been postponed after dangerous weather conditions made it incredibly challenging for […]Read more "Crucial win as Flyers top Blues in 3rd period"