Mikhail Vorobyev’s foray into the KHL with Salavat Yulaev Ufa has come to an indefinite halt. After 33 games into his first of a three-year contract, Vorobyev suffered an ACL injury. The Philadelphia Flyers prospect totaled thirteen points in his return to the KHL. Drafted in the fourth round of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft […]Read more "Flyers prospect Mikhail Vorobyev Suffers ACL injury in KHL play"
With the NHL season still someway down the line, we thought it would be a great opportunity to take a look at how Flyers prospects are performing in their respected leagues right now. After 2020 draft pick Elliot Desnoyers absolutely ripped it up and scored 4 goals in 1 game, I figured it was time […]Read more "Diving into the Flyers prospect pool: How are the KHL Skaters doing?"
In another episode of “Who Else can be Injured?” the Flyers announced that Shayne Gostisbehere is expected to miss approximately three weeks. Ghost, who didn’t play last night due to a knee injury, will have arthroscopic surgery on Tuesday, January 14th. The injury couldn’t have come at a worse time. The Flyers just lost Justin […]Read more "Ghost Stories & Other Flyers News from Today"
Albert Einstein once defined insanity as, “doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” For the Philadelphia Flyers, the definition of insanity is calling up Mikhail Vorobyev and expecting a different result. In Tuesday’s game against Toronto, Michael Raffl broke his pinky finger. This leaves him sidelined for the next four weeks. […]Read more "The Definition of Insanity: Flyers Recall Mikhail Vorobyev"
After playing only one game with the Flyers after his call-up, Mikhail Vorobyev has been loaned back to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms in place of Andy Andreoff, who receives a call-up. Vorobyev saw just 7:34 of Ice time in his lone game with the Flyers and his play reflected that. He wasn’t great, but he […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers recall Andy Andreoff and send down Mikhail Vorobyev"
New coach, new system, and a bunch of new line combinations. Alain Vigneault is still getting his feet wet with this team. By doing so, fans are seeing a lot of names spread throughout the lineup. Bottom six guys in and out of the lineup, top 6 guys jumbled around, even defensive pairings aren’t immune […]Read more "Flyers Forward Lines Far From Set"
Early Sunday evening, it was announced that the Flyers had recalled Joel Farabee and Mikhail Vorobyev from the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. They also announced that they were sending Carson Twarynski down to the Phantoms. The Farabee call-up doesn’t come as much of a shock. He’s posted 3 goals and 1 assist in 4 games with […]Read more "Sundays are for Roster Moves, Flyers make a few"
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"
This past draft, Chuck Fletcher selected a few players that can be viewed as “boom or bust” prospects. In this edition of “Flyers Prospects Mailbag,” we discuss who the biggest boom or bust prospect is. Additionally, we touch on other fun topics such as Felix Sandstrom and prospects that are running out of time. Let’s […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: Boom or Bust?"