The NHL offseason is taking a big breath. As anticipation and speculation build surrounding the start of the upcoming season, teams have largely built their rosters that they believe to be strong enough to take them to a Stanley Cup. For the Philadephia Flyers, it’s been an interesting few months and while there are still […]Read more "Six young Flyers who could make a big jump next season"
No matter what sport and team you look at, there’s always that one glue guy. This player is on a team forever and does nearly everything that’s asked by their coach, but flies under the radar. During my typical nightly perusing of Twitter the other day, I noticed some fans bashing one of the biggest […]Read more "A Quick Michael Raffl Appreciation Piece"
Last month, the Philadelphia Flyers selected Zayde Wisdom and Tyson Foerster in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft. The first-round pick and fourth-round pick respectively have been displaying their efforts in the OHL before being drafted by the Flyers. Through the 2020-2021 season, both Wisdom and Foerster will return to the OHL to continue play. How […]Read more "New Challenges Need New Solutions for Flyers Development of Foerster and Wisdom"
During the last home game of each season, the Philadelphia Flyers hand out a list of team awards. As you will see below, there are six awards that range from team MVP to most improved. The Flyers have a very young and talented core that likely is not going anywhere, and with general manager Chuck […]Read more "Projecting the winners of the Flyers’ Team Awards in 2021?"
We’ve seen the four goal games. We’ve seen the amazing start to the QMJHL season that Elliot Desnoyers is having currently. Second in goals (11,) tied for tenth in assists (9,) and third overall in points (21,) the Flyers fifth round pick is turning heads early on. Given the glowing scouting report given from EliteProspects, […]Read more "Elliot Desnoyers Not the Only Flyers Prospect Turning Heads"
It’s been about a month since the Flyers extended a qualifying offer to defenseman Philippe Myers. Since then, it’s been radio silence from both camps. No news has broke on progress between the two camps, leaving fans to speculate on their own. No word of a dollar figure nor term has circulated from any credible […]Read more "What’s the Hold-Up on a Philippe Myers Deal?"
After diving into the depths of the SHL, we turn our attention to HockeyAllsvenskan. The Flyers have three players from their pool currently competing in the league. Here’s a brief look into their 2020 season so far. Linus Högberg A fifth-round pick by the Flyers back in 2016, Högberg has spent four seasons in the […]Read more "Diving into the Flyers prospect pool: A Swedish sleeper?"
A long-term replacement for Brian Elliott, some production on the wing, and two pairs of teammates? There are plenty of reasons to stay locked in to the SHL this season. Here’s everything you need to know about the Flyers prospects competing so far. Linus Sandin After four years of SHL experience, Linus Sandin was signed […]Read more "Diving into the Flyers prospect pool: How are the SHL Skaters doing?"
2020 was always going to be a quieter offseason for the Flyers, at least in comparison to the whirlwind we saw in the year beforehand. After deciding to turn a new leaf and appoint Alain Vigneault as the Head Coach of the team, Chuck Fletcher sought to merge the visions of he and his new […]Read more "The Flyers offseason has been quiet and that’s okay"
The clock has been ticking on the countdown to Carter Hart’s extension. Sure, there was some business to tend to this off-season, and still is, but it’s never too early to look towards the future. That future needs to include Carter Hart at all costs. Ironically, that cost may not be as high as some […]Read more "Why Extending Carter Hart May Not Break the Bank"