The NHL will not play any playoff games this evening, aligning with leagues such as the MLS, MLB, and the NBA in protesting the recent police shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin. The Flyers and every other team playing last night were able to complete their games, with organizations unaware of the snowball effect transpiring […]Read more "Flyers’ game 3 vs Islanders postponed in protest of Jacob Blake shooting"
There is a new dynamic as the Philadelphia Flyers enter game two of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. The Flyers are behind in the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs for the first time. It has been since January 7th, 2020, when Philadelphia lost consecutive games. After game one, it is tough to believe the New York Islanders […]Read more "What to watch in the Flyers’ second playoff game against Islanders"
No real adjustments were made by the Philadelphia Flyers after their series victory against the Montreal Canadiens. That will not fly against the New York Islanders. The Philadelphia Flyers are now 0-4 against the Islanders in 2019-2020. Luckily, we are not talking about a playoff sweep. Down 0-1 in the Eastern Conference Semifinals, the Flyers […]Read more "What we learned in Flyers’ shutout loss to Islanders"
Coming off a six-game series victory against the Montreal Canadiens, the Philadelphia Flyers face their gravest challenge. Of all the teams making up the Eastern Conference in the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs, the New York Islanders are the most dangerous. Through the 2019-2020 regular season, the Flyers are without a win against the Islanders. They […]Read more "Flyers Need to Reshuffle Their Deck Versus Islanders"
It’s on to the second round for the Flyers, their first venture past the first round since 2012. After a difficult battle with the Montreal Canadiens in the first round, the Flyers advance to take on the New York Islanders, who ousted the Washington Capitals in five games. Reseeding pitted the lowest-seed Islanders against the […]Read more "Flyers and Islanders: Sizing Up the Second Round Matchup"
All of the other Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series’ finished in five games. If you are new to the sport of hockey, the Philadelphia Flyers versus Montreal Canadiens series was for you. A series of storylines, bad blood, and scrappy hockey wrapped up on Friday night as the Flyers eliminated the Canadiens. Both teams were without […]Read more "Flyers Scab the Habs, Advance to Face the Islanders"
It’s tax season. You’re going through your W-2’s, 1099’s, and everything in between. It’s time to claim what you’ve bought this year so that you can be reimbursed. You search high and low through your filing cabinets, house, everywhere you can think. You can’t find them. Alain Vigneault doesn’t have that problem. It’s playoff season, […]Read more "Alain Vigneault Keeps All of his Receipts"
The Flyers will be aiming to put the nail in the coffin against the Canadiens this evening but will have to do so without the services of Matt Niskanen, who has been suspended for one game after his crosscheck on Brendan Gallagher. How will the Flyers negate the loss of such an important defensive cog? […]Read more "Vigneault reveals ‘replacement by committee’ approach for Matt Niskanen"
Inconsistency is the identity of the Philadelphia Flyers in game five. After two shutouts, Carter Hart whiffed on two Montreal Canadiens scoring chances that resulted in goals. Defensively, the Flyers were a step behind. Irresponsible penalties made a tough matchup even harder for Philadelphia. Even the powerplay had to stoop to new lows before any […]Read more "What went wrong for the Flyers in game 5 vs Canadiens?"
Philadelphia Flyers fans have been treated to hundreds of thrilling games during the franchise’s long and illustrious history. They have won two Stanley Cups, eight Conference Championships and 16 Divisional Championships, while they have one of the best all-time points records in the NHL. These are five of the most amazing games in Flyers history: […]Read more "Five Amazing Philadelphia Flyers Games From History"