Photography Credit: Alex McIntyre/Philly Sports Network The Philadelphia Flyers (3-1-0) travel to Boston (1-1-1) to take on the Bruins in their first road game of the season. The Philadelphia Flyers travel on the road for the first time this season after posting a 3-1-0 record at the Wells Fargo Center. After going undefeated against the […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers at Boston Bruins"
Alain Vigneault expressed embarrassment after watching his team lose 6-1 to the Sabres on Monday night, but the Flyers were able to get themselves back up off the mat for another round just one day later. Philly bounced back in a dominant 3-0 win that sent the team back to the top of the newly […]Read more "Brian Elliott shows how valuable he is to the Flyers in dazzling shutout"
Following a poor performance on Monday, the Philadelphia Flyers blank the Buffalo Sabres, 3-0. Brian Elliott earns his 41st shutout. For the first time this season, the Philadelphia Flyers elected to start Brian Elliott. He replaced Carter Hart after a nightmare start on Monday night. Alain Vigneault offered a new look, and it paid off. […]Read more "What we learned in Flyers impressive shutout win over Sabres"
Following their first loss of the season, the Philadelphia Flyers hope to redeem themselves in another clash against the Buffalo Sabres tonight. Through two games, the Flyers were scoring a handful of goals per game. Their loss isn’t a “settle back down to earth,” but it’s a sobering check. The Buffalo Sabres lost two straight […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Flyers and Sabres clash again"
A hot start by the Philadelphia Flyers was quickly extinguished last night. After 11 goals and 2 wins against Pittsburgh, the team played host to the Buffalo Sabres who were 0-2-0 coming into the matchup. What followed was a sloppy game from the home side that saw the Sabres wreak havoc. The Flyers tried to […]Read more "Flyers looking to rebound quickly and make the most of back-to-back"
The Columbus Blue Jackets have been in the limelight lately, but not for the right reasons. Their 2016 3rd overall pick, Pierre-Luc Dubois has reportedly requested a trade. these rumors first circulated about a month ago, but have resurfaced due to recent comments by Blue Jackets’ coach John Tortorella. The Flyers, who have needed a […]Read more "Flyers’ rumors: Could a trade for Pierre-Luc Dubois be in the works?"
In last night’s win over the Pittsburgh Penguins, Flyers’ center Sean Couturier left the game early. After taking his first two shifts, Coots took a clean hit from Jared McCann, instantly sending him up the tunnel with the Flyers’ training staff. As a result of this hit, the reigning Selke award winner will miss a […]Read more "Sean Couturier To Be Out At Least Two Weeks for the Flyers"
Ah, Flyers’ hockey is so close, I can smell it. Sunday evening, there are going to be some good NFL wildcard games on. Don’t get me wrong, those are probably going to be a whole lot more interesting than a Flyers’ intrasquad scrimmage. However, for us hockey fans, this is a big deal. The Flyers […]Read more "Four Storylines to Watch During the Flyers’ Intrasquad Scrimmage"
The Philadelphia Flyers are closing in on the end of training camp. Sooner rather than later, starting lineups and taxi squads will be set! We’re officially a business week into the Philadelphia Flyers pre-season. Earlier this week, the Flyers gave a potential peek at who may be on the opening night roster. Following a rest […]Read more "Flyers Training Camp: Five observations from Friday’s practice"
The Philadelphia Flyers are tearing up the Ice down at the Skate Zone in Vorhees, but over the border in Edmonton, two young prospects have earned a significant accolade. Draft picks Cam York and Bobby Brink were competing for Team USA in the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships and after making the final, squared off […]Read more "Two Flyers prospects strike gold at World Junior Championships"