Finally, hockey has returned! Each of the 24 teams can ease into the playoff pace with an exhibition game. At 4 pm EST, the Philadelphia Flyers face their interstate rival, the Pittsburgh Penguins. Afterward, things are different between the Flyers and the majority of the playoff field. In the round-robin tournament, Philadelphia has to improve […]Read more "Hart and Couturier give their thoughts on Flyers’ playoff journey"
The Flyers’ red-hot 2020 season has been a rollercoaster ride from start to finish. With the encore about to resume, it’s easy to forget about the progress of guys swimming beneath the surface. One player who took a giant leap this season was 2018 first-round pick Joel Farabee. The Flyers called him up on October […]Read more "Flyers’ Joel Farabee looking to make the most of round-robin games"
Hockey is so close, I can smell it, and I don’t even have a sense of smell. The Flyers have finally reached their bubble and hotel X in Toronto, and the released their 31 man roster. Aside from their really cool shirts, Philadelphia looks ready to rock and roll for their round-robin matchup against the […]Read more "Three Storylines to watch in Flyers’ exhibition game vs Penguins"
It’s been a slightly worrying week for Flyers fans. Star goaltender Carter Hart mysteriously left a team practice on Tuesday before returning a few days later. The reason for his leave turned out to be back spasms. This initially caused some concern. Although the injury wasn’t considered to be serious, doubts surrounding Hart’s availability in […]Read more "Carter Hart ‘is 100%’ ahead of Flyers’ playoff run"
The Flyers announced their 31-man playoff roster on Sunday afternoon before on the eve of their trip to Toronto. There were some interesting names who made the cut and will travel with the team. Here’s everything you need to know. Goaltenders Carter HartBrian ElliottAlex LyonKirill Ustimenko There are no major shocks here other than the […]Read more "Oskar Lindblom among 31 Flyers to make playoff roster"
Claude Giroux has been a name synonymous with the Flyers ever since he was drafted back in 2006. Since that fateful day, the Captain of the ship has seen every high and low one could possibly imagine. A 6x NHL All-star, 5x Bobby Clarke Trophy winner, and mainstay through regime after regime, there’s only one […]Read more "Claude Giroux: This is the Flyers’ best chance of a Stanley Cup since 2010"
It’s hard to quantify the amount of pressure on Carter Hart’s shoulders ahead of the NHL playoffs. At just 21-years-old, he’s the youngest goalie to have played in more than 20 games this year. Philadelphia’s favorite wonderkid amassed a .914 save percentage in his first full season, ranking 10th overall in wins, while his sensational […]Read more "Carter Hart keeping a cool head with NHL playoff debut on the horizon"
‘Chaos off the ice, harmony on it’ is probably the best way to describe this year’s Philadelphia Flyers. After an offseason of uncertainty was rapidly turned into a new dawn, Flyers fans had a lot to be excited about. The team, led by a new Head Coach and a long-term cornerstone in Kevin Hayes, would […]Read more "With Vigneault at the wheel, Flyers could be destined for playoff success"
In a new series by Philly Sports Network, we will be looking at how each guy on the Flyers’ roster fairs against the round robin and qualifying teams. Each player will be evaluated based on their points per game, as well as other factors such as average time on ice and special teams production. We […]Read more "Flying High: Top Five Performers Against the New York Rangers"
In a new series by Philly Sports Network, we will be looking at how each guy on the Flyers’ roster fairs against the round robin and qualifying teams. Each player will be evaluated based on their points per game, as well as other factors such as average time on ice and special teams production. We […]Read more "Flying High: Top Five Performers Against Florida"