After being swept on the road by the Boston Bruins, can the Philadelphia Flyers rebound against the New Jersey Devils? After the Boston Bruins swept them in their first road trip, the Philadelphia Flyers hope to bounce back. Early on, the New Jersey Devils have been playing surprisingly good hockey. The Bruins are the only […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers at New Jersey Devils"
A season ago, the Philadelphia Flyers cut through their 2020-2021 opponents to the tune of 13-5-2 They fared very well, with one exception. While the Flyers did fall short to them in the 2020 NHL Stanley Cup playoffs, they began to find their groove. Concerning the rest of the field, can Philadelphia maintain their supremacy […]Read more "Taking a deep dive Into the Flyers 2020-2021 Opponents"
Nothing will ever be easy for Philadelphia sports. Depending on the franchise, it’s because a team made it hard on themselves (Eagles and Phillies,) or because of the competition they’re a part of (Sixers, Flyers, and Union.) In the 2020-2021 season, the Philadelphia Flyers will battle some of the stiffest competition that the NHL has […]Read more "Why the Flyers would thrive in the NHL’s toughest realigned division"
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?"
Early Tuesday morning, the Washington Capitals announced they had hired Peter Laviolette as their next head coach. An all-to familiar face to the city of Philadelphia, Lavy now becomes the enemy. The man who took the Flyers to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2010 as an interim coach, Lavy was beloved by the Philadelphia fanbase. […]Read more "The Addition of Peter Laviolette Bolsters an Already Strong Metropolitan Division"
COVID-19 is a real kick in the knackers. The Flyers were the hottest team in the NHL. They suffered through injuries and illness and played really good hockey. Carter Hart looked like the Vezina Trophy candidate we all expected. The offense was rolling to the tune of having averaged just under four goals per game […]Read more "Empty rinks and the Flyers hoisting the Cup? Why not?"
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"
“Under the Flyers Microscope” is a featured column from Philly Sports Network focusing on the play of a Flyers prospect in one particular game. This week, the attention is on German Rubtsov and his NHL debut. Former first-round selection, German Rubtsov, has been an interesting Philadelphia Flyers prospect to follow. Since being drafted, expectations for […]Read more "Under the Flyers Microscope: German Rubtsov vs. New Jersey Devils"
“1, 2, 3, 4” isn’t just a part of “Knock Knock” by Mac Miller heard in Philadelphia after a Flyers victory. It resembles the Philadelphia Flyers offense exactly in their home opener at the Wells Fargo Center against the visiting New Jersey Devils. The Flyers cracked Cory Schneider’s code in the second period and continued […]Read more "The Hat Trick: How Hart & the Flyers shutout the Devils"
Tonight, the Philadelphia Flyers head back to the Wells Fargo Center to host the New Jersey Devils in their first home game of the NHL season. After a 4-3 victory against the Chicago Blackhawks in Prague, the Flyers have the momentum heading into this game. Philadelphia’s powerplay came alive against the Blackhawks and Travis Konecny […]Read more "Spying On The Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers vs. New Jersey Devils"