When is Fletcher going to re-sign the remaining RFA’s in Travis Konecny, Ivan Provorov? That seems to be the million dollar question echoing throughout the Philadelphia legion of fans right now. Let’s hope it’s sooner rather than later. Without further delay, here are our answers to your questions. Mikhail Vorobyev. Honestly, I just don’t see […]Read more "Flyers Weekly Mailbag: Can Carter Hart avoid a sophomore slump?"
The proud orange-clad fans were rejoicing throughout the streets of Vancouver following the draft. Well, let’s give them more to cheer about. Newly crowned General Manager Chuck Fletcher wanted to keep his young up and coming stars intact with the orange and black for years to come. He stayed true to his promise as the […]Read more "Why the Scott Laughton signing is so important for the Flyers"
The Flyers announced today that senior executive Paul Holmgren will be taking on a new role as a Senior Advisor to Dave Scott, the CEO and Govener of the team, and Chuck Fletcher, the team’s general manager. Holmgren has been the Flyers president for the last five years and has spent a total of 40 […]Read more "Paul Holmgren takes on new role in Flyers front office"
The free agency carousel is picking up speed. Philadelphia announced the signings of two more unrestricted free agents on Monday afternoon, here’s all you need to know. Chris Bigras (two-year, two-way contract) Bigras was allowed to walk out of the New York Rangers without an offer after becoming a reliable blueliner for their AHL affiliate […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers sign a further two unrestricted free agents"
This is the most critical offseason in recent memory for the Flyers, and their proud orange-clad fans. Chuck Fletcher definitely has his work cut out for him, not only with some household cleaning within the organization, but adding a few quality pieces to hopefully become a contender. Without further delay, here are our answers to […]Read more "Flyers Weekly Mailbag: Will Fletcher Move Up In The Draft?"
Unfortunately for Flyers fans, playoff hockey will not be making an appearance in Philadelphia this year. With only six games remaining and the Flyers eight points back of the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, making the playoffs just doesn’t seem realistic. However, the future is bright. This week, we will take a look […]Read more "Flyers Q&A: ‘Goalies and holeies’"
The Philadelphia Flyers motto is to remain patient and await the course. This is an uncommon practice in year’s past for the Flyers organization. However, Flyers fans are now beginning to see the transformation of a young Flyers team that is stocking up for long-term success. Fans are hoping it pays off within the next […]Read more "Flyers Prospect Watch: Joel Farabee focused on finishing strong as ELC talk heats up"
It’s now or never for the Philadelphia Flyers. Every game is important from here on out. Early on yesterday morning, in preparation for the defending Stanley Cup Champion Capitals, the Flyers hit the ice for not only practice, but photo day. Here are the major takeaways from Flyers practice yesterday morning. Carter Hart To Make […]Read more "Four things you need to know ahead of Flyers’ clash with Caps"
Senators@ Flyers – March 11, 2019 Flyers look to trounce reeling Senators to continue their playoff race. The Flyers are still fighting for a playoff spot. With only 15 games left in the season and 5 points out, the Flyers still have a chance to pull off an improbable playoff berth. While it should not […]Read more "Game recap: Flyers surge past Sens to keep playoff hopes alive"
Caps @ Flyers – March 6, 2019 Without Voracek and Patrick, the Flyers face former champs Over the past couple months, the Flyers have suddenly become one of the hottest teams in the NHL and surprisingly with only 16 games left this season they still have a chance to make the playoffs. However, if that […]Read more "Looking back on Flyers’ 5-3 loss to Capitals"