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"
Philadelphia is all about the process. The 76ers trusted that process, and now they’re set up for post-season success with guys like Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid leading the way. The Phillies are teetering on the brink of a playoff spot, albeit early on in the season. The Eagles just won a Super Bowl. Someone […]Read more "It’s time for Flyers fans to trust Hextall’s process"
Tuesday afternoon, Flyers president Paul Holmgren gave Ron Hextall his blessing when it comes to free agency this coming off-season, saying he had “free rein” to make whatever moves he deems necessary. Talk about a kid in a candy shop. Ron Hextall is about to walk into a very intriguing offseason with a big chunk […]Read more "Ron Hextall has ‘Free Rein,’ when it comes to the Flyers, but what can we expect?"
With the Flyers recent scoring woes, head coach Dave Hakstol has been tinkering with the lines, looking for a spark. Wayne Simmonds and Nick Cousins have been trying their hardest to get the Flyers out of their scoring funk. There is one move that could help the Flyers without sacrificing any of their young prospects, […]Read more "Why the Flyers should consider trading for Jaromir Jagr before the deadline"
No your eyes are not deceiving you..that is really Mr Del Zotto and Mr Raffl modelling some very stylish pieces for Bloomberg. The site ran a feature circling the Atlantic Division finding some “slim, athletic body types” to model some of the nicest coats this season..and obviously Shayne Gostisbehere couldn’t do it because out of […]Read more "What happens when Flyers players become models for a day"
Flyers defenceman Michael Del Zotto has been sat on the fence recently as nobody really know what Hexy would do regarding his future. Flyers Fans got their answer today as Del Zotto was signed to a two year deal worth a total of $7.75m. $3.5m in the first year and $4m in the second. Leaving […]Read more "Michael Del Zotto signs two year deal worth $7.75m"
In a press conference earlier today, GM Ron Hextall announced the future of breakout star Michael Del-Zotto. “We’ll re-sign him. He’s restricted. There’s no rush.” said Hextall to the media. Which basically means that he can’t go anywhere, so it’s just a case of when his agents and the board sit down to agree terms. […]Read more "Del-Zotto to re-sign with Flyers according to Hextall"
Radko Gudas has been trying to recover from a right knee injury since January, and has been working relentlessly to get himself back on the ice. All of the hard work is close to paying off as he joined the Flyers earlier today for his first ever Pre-Game Skate in Philadelphia. The last such skate of […]Read more "Radko Gudas back in action"
Just ten games remain for the Flyers to finish their season, a season that will be their second in three without playoff hockey. It’s been a rollercoaster of a season for fans and the last few weeks have seen several loop de loops! Some players are fighting for their place in the team next year, […]Read more "Del Zotto returns to ignite Flyers against the Flames"
As the Flyers enter their game against the Devils knowing that they simply have to win to keep any chance of a playoff spot alive, they will have to do so without breakout star Michael Del Zotto. Flyers GM Ron Hextall announced that the talented defenseman will miss 7-10 days with an upper-body injury, meaning […]Read more "Del Zotto to miss up to 6 games with Upper Body Injury"