After advancing to the second round of the NHL playoffs, the Flyers ran into a brick wall. Alain Vigneault’s triumphant first season in Philadelphia ended in game 7 heartbreak against the Islanders. Rebounding from that was the motive for the following offseason, but sometimes the best thing to say is nothing at all. The Flyers […]Read more "The Flyers are primed to pick up where they left off last season"
On Tuesday, the Flyers released their final roster for the 2021 season, naming Ivan Provorov as one of their four Alternate Captains. According to the press release, Provorov will serve as the permanent Alternate Captain for home games. The announcement comes a day before “Provy’ and the Flyers open their season against hated Pittsburgh Penguin […]Read more "Alternate Captain Ivan Provorov will step up as a leader for the Flyers"
With a little over 24 hours separating the Philadelphia Flyers from their season-opening clash with the Pittsburgh Penguins, the team has finalized their 23-man roster for the upcoming season. Here is everything you need to know: Flyers Forwards (13) Claude Giroux, Travis Konecny, Michael Raffl, Kevin Hayes, Sean Couturier, Nolan Patrick, Scott Laughton, Oskar Lindblom, […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers finalize 23-man roster ahead of season opener"
Training Camp has already come and gone for the Philadelphia Flyers, who are turning their attention to a season-opener that promises to be filled with fireworks. The front office are putting the final touches on the 23-man roster in preparation for the game against Pittsburgh and this will likely mean saying a temporary goodbye to […]Read more "Flyers prospect Zayde Wisdom made the most of Training Camp opportunity"
Last season, Phil Myers was the subject of one of my first pieces covering the Flyers from the practice facility in Voorhees. At that time, Myers had recently been called up from Lehigh Valley and was on a tear. He shared his disappointment in starting the season in the AHL. “Yeah, I was really disappointed […]Read more "Is Phil Myers ready to go from UDFA to top-line defender?"
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?"
The NHL Draft is already behind us and the Flyers come away from it with five new prospects to develop. However, the offseason is only just beginning. Free agency opened its gates today, leaving many to question exactly how aggressive the Flyers will be. One year ago, Philadelphia was a prominent player before the green […]Read more "How active will the Flyers be during free agency?"
The Flyers concluded yesterday’s NHL Draft by picking up Connor McClennon in the sixth-round. While a late-round selection, there is every reason to be more than simply intrigued about McClennon’s skillset. Here is everything you need to know. At 5’8, 157 lbs McLennon plays on the right-wing and spent last year with the Winnipeg Ice […]Read more "Flyers may have a late-round steal in Connor McClennon"
The Flyers entered day two of the NHL Draft without a third-round pick due to last year’s Justin Braun trade. It was important that they made their fourth-round pick count, so they opted to do so by spending some extra capital in order to secure the services of Zayde Wisdom. Trading picks 116 and 147 […]Read more "Flyers rookie Zayde Wisdom is excited to become a ‘Broad street Bully’"