The date is December 16th, 2018. The Dave Hakstol led Philadelphia Flyers held an awful 12-15-4 record, sitting at the basement of the Eastern Conference with 28 points. For the past three-plus seasons, Hakstol has stood tall behind the bench for Philly, helping them reach the playoffs twice. However, he was unable to escape the […]Read more "Flyers’ Alain Vigneault deserves Coach of the Year votes"
The Philadelphia Flyers are streaking right now. A 5-2 win over the Washington Capitals cemented a 7-game winning run for the Orange and Black, but it wasn’t all sunny for Philadelphia. Winger James Van Riemsdyk took a wrister to the knuckle of his right hand early in the first period. He was sent to the […]Read more "What JVR’s injury means for the Flyers moving forward"
Injuries on top of injuries are taking out the Flyers lineup one forward at a time. With two Phantoms joining the lineup tonight, the Flyers’ lineup has some new players, some old players, and is missing a lot of important players. On the road tonight in Winnipeg, the orange and black have their work cut […]Read more "Flyers vs Jets Game Preview: New Lineup, Who Dis?"
Go around and ask anybody, even if they don’t follow hockey, it’s almost guaranteed that they know the name, Sidney Crosby. Despite drawing a ton of comparisons to this apparent “next Great One,” Claude Giroux falls far from this case. In fact, if bets were going to be made, it’s almost guaranteed most hockey fans […]Read more "From Undrafted in Juniors to Underrated NHL star: the Claude Giroux Story"
With all the talk on social media regarding the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, there is one name that captures the interest of fans more than others: Morgan Frost. So far, fans are experiencing a lot of, “ask and you shall receive,” as call ups have been made for the most requested Joel Farabee (Winger), Phillipe Myers […]Read more "From the Glass: Morgan Frost"
A rocky past couple of games forced the Flyers to make much anticipated moves in calling up a few aces from the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. After a crushing losses to the New York Islanders (5 – 3) and the Pittsburgh Penguins (7 – 1), the Flyers brass has clearly felt the frustration shared by the […]Read more "Rubtsov, Myers, & Twarynski up, Morin & Vorobyev sent down"
The Flyers are in the midst of a youth infused season. Finally, we are seeing some of the hidden talents that have been stockpiled in various leagues throughout the world trickling into the big club. Of course, young players will make their fair share of mistakes; however, should they learn from them and continue to […]Read more "For Flyers Young Prospect Morgan Frost “D-Day” Has Come"
Round 1 [#14 overall 2019 NHL Entry Draft] Cam York Style of Play: Fast, agile, poised puck handler who can play in all situations. A potential future top pairing defenseman. Defense | Left Handed Born: Jan 5 2001 | Anaheim Hills, CA (18 years old) Height: 5.11 | Weight: 175 Season Team Lge GP G […]Read more "The Flyers Narrative: Scouting Cam York, Bobby Brink, & Ronnie Attard"
Paul Holmgren has stepped down from the role of Philadelphia Flyers Team President to take on the role of Senior Advisor to Dave Scott and Chuck Fletcher. This makes Holmgren the only person in Flyers history to be a player, assistant coach, head coach, general manager, and president in the organization. Now, answering to Fletcher […]Read more "Reliving the past to understand the new Flyers front office direction"
Don’t look now Philadelphia Flyers fans, but the sky is falling. After coming into 2018-19 with a great deal of promise and hope, the franchise has completely fallen on its face a quarter of the way into the season. The lack of success led to the firing of Ron Hextall, Chris Pryor, and Gord Murphy. […]Read more "It’s time for the Flyers to start the Jack Hughes conversation"