The Flyers battled the Sabres once again in what has been a back and forth season with meetings between the two teams. On January 18th, the Sabres dominated the Flyers in a 6-1 win. The Flyers then came back swinging and took the wins for the next four meetings. Returning to their old ways, in […]Read more "Flyers Collapse Late, Blow Lead to Sabres in 5-3 Loss"
Yesterday afternoon, the Flyers found themselves in a must-win situation. Prior to the game, they sat six points back of the Boston Bruins. The Bruins, who have two games in hand, could have stretched their lead for that last playoff spot to eight with a win. The Flyers, however, live to see another day. With […]Read more "Flyers Host Sabres in Another Must-Win Game on Sunday Afternoon"
The Philadelphia Flyers earn a much-needed regulation victory against the Boston Bruins to keep their playoff dream alive. The Flyers find a way Today’s contest against the Boston Bruins was nothing short of a clutch victory. Within the Philadelphia Flyers locker room, they’re aware of the Mass Mutual Eastern Division standings. Before the puck dropped, […]Read more "What we learned in today’s impressive Flyers win over the Bruins"
No overtime periods or losses are allowed. The Philadelphia Flyers must defeat the Boston Bruins in regulation at home today. Sitting alone in sixth place, we’re not talking about playoffs. A win today against the Boston Bruins must take place in regulation to improve within the standings. Trailing six points on the Bruins and one […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers vs. Boston Bruins"
As frustration mounts, the Philadelphia Flyers lose another one to the New York Islanders in a shootout, 3-2. Frustration is taking precedent amongst the Philadelphia Flyers franchise, even if they’re playing playoff teams close. Time after time, the Flyers dig themselves into a hole with undisciplined hockey. Whether or not you agree with the five-minute-major […]Read more "How the Flyers gained another point in a shootout loss to the Islanders"
If the Philadelphia Flyers want to keep playoff dreams alive, they need to activate a streak tonight, starting against the New York Islanders. Until the Philadelphia Flyers are officially mathematically eliminated from playoff contention, they have a chance. The Boston Bruins dealt a heavy blow on Tuesday to the Flyers quality surge with a 4-2 […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers at New York Islanders"
Tanner Laczynski has opened eyes in two games played. The Philadelphia Flyers must prime him for a roster spot in 2021-2022. Though it’s been a small sample size at the NHL level, Tanner Laczynski has made quite the impression. As a fourth-line forward, he provides the needed spark to the bottom six. The Philadelphia Flyers […]Read more "Flyers Would Be Wise To Prime Laczynski For 2021-2022"
After last night’s overtime win against the Boston Bruins, the Flyers were hoping to be able to do it again in this back-to-back set, but failed to keep that momentum going. Starting with Carter Hart in the net tonight and back on home ice, the Flyers once again faced off the Bruins. And the Bruins […]Read more "What we learned: Bergeron hat-trick stifles the Flyers in 4-2 loss to Bruins"
After sinking the Boston Bruins in overtime, the Philadelphia Flyers hope to keep their momentum rolling on home ice. Last night’s win is a start in the right direction, but the Philadelphia Flyers aren’t out of the woods yet. The Boston Bruins were able to salvage a point, forcing overtime. They’re doing their darndest to […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers vs Boston Bruins"
For the first time this season, the Philadelphia Flyers defeat the Boston Bruins on a Travis Sanheim overtime game-winner. There’s one for the Flyers! Without Oskar Lindblom and Carter Hart in the lineup, the Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Boston Bruins for the first time this season. If there is a silver lining for the Bruins […]Read more "Flyers’ Sanheim Scores Game-Winner in OT to Defeat Boston Bruins"