The Philadelphia Flyers Must Compete On A Professional Level

There is a difference between competition and professionalism. The Philadelphia Flyers must find a way to compete professionally. In dissecting championship teams, the ones who achieve the most postseason success are often full of bonafide leaders. Annual success starts with intelligent front office decision-making and finishes with player execution. Before the 2019-2020 season, the Philadelphia […]

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Why The Flyers Were Smart To Avoid A Big Splash At The Trade Deadline

Fishing for a trade is dangerous before the 2021 NHL Expansion Draft. Chuck Fletcher and the Flyers deserve praise for their patience. Thirst makes decisions seem better than they often are. Millennials, such as myself, understand “thirst” attached to a negative connotation. How does this relate to hockey? Thankfully, the NHL trade deadline has passed. […]

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Flyers shut out the Sabres as Carter Hart picks up where Elliott left off

A day after Brian Elliott shuts out the Buffalo Sabres, the Philadelphia Flyers do it again with Carter Hart. Yesterday, the Buffalo Sabres were without Jack Eichel. His absence hurt the Sabres’ powerplay as they couldn’t convert against one of the worst penalty kill units in the league. The Philadelphia Flyers secured their second shutout […]

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