For the second time in 2020-2021, the Philadelphia Flyers shutout the Buffalo Sabres with Brian Elliott starting in goal. Heading into today’s game, the Philadelphia Flyers were hanging on to a playoff spot. Each game takes on elevated meaning during an abbreviated season. Two crucial points were on the line versus the Buffalo Sabres. With […]Read more "Philadelphia Flyers’ Elliott Blanks Sabres, Again"
As the Philadelphia Flyers near full recovery, they’ll look to climb up the Mass Mutual Eastern Division standings versus the Buffalo Sabres. Previously, the Philadelphia Flyers bounced back from a five-goal trouncing with a shutout victory during their first series against the Buffalo Sabres. Holding a 1-1-0 record versus the Sabres, the Flyers have a […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers at Buffalo Sabres; Part Three"
Claude Giroux demands respect to be put on his name as the Philadelphia Flyers enter a road trip after a victory. Not long ago, the Philadelphia Flyers roster was unable to outscore the New York Rangers. The reformatted top-six forwards curated all of the goals while players quarantined in COVID protocol. In those two games […]Read more "Flyers Phlight Deck: Giroux is back and bringing reinforcements with him"
After contracting COVID-19, Claude Giroux missed his first two games in five years. The last time he was out was a three-game stint due to injury back in February 2016. Upon his return five years ago, he registered a power-play goal. On Wednesday, the return of the Captain proved to be a spark in the […]Read more "Claude Giroux showed just how valuable he is to the Flyers upon his return"
The Flyers finally got back to winning ways last night in an impressive 4-3 win over the Rangers. It’s easy to look at the return of Claude Giroux as the main catalyst for the teams’ change of fortunes, there is another that demands praise. The Flyers had a season-high 39 shots on goal in the […]Read more "Flyers show that they’ve taken a big step in fixing their shooting woes"
Following a two-game skid, Claude Giroux helps will the Philadelphia Flyers to a win tonight versus the New York Rangers. Looking for redemption from six nights ago, the Philadelphia Flyers hosted the New York Rangers for the second time this season. Last time out, the Flyers were without their captain, Claude Giroux. He returns to […]Read more "Giroux Returns, As Do the Flyers to the Win Column"
Tonight, the Philadelphia Flyers look to rebound after an ugly outing at Lake Tahoe versus the New York Rangers. Six days ago, the Philadelphia Flyers faced off against the New York Rangers for the first time this season. A shorthanded roster rallied behind Joel Farabee to knot the score at two before the end of […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers vs Rangers; Part Two"
The Flyers gambled and lost. Defenseman Mark Friedman is reported to head to western Pennsylvania to the dreaded Pittsburgh Penguins. Friedman reunites with Penguins GM, Ron Hextall, who drafted Friedman in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. Elliotte Friedman reported the claim via Twitter. Elliotte works at Hockey Night in Canada. It was also reported on […]Read more "Flyers’ News: Penguins claim Mark Friedman off waivers"
The Philadelphia Flyers could welcome Claude Giroux back on the ice tomorrow night at home versus the New York Rangers. Don’t look now! The Philadelphia Flyers are slowly getting healthy. Down, but not out of the Mass Mutual Eastern Division playoff race, the Flyers will welcome the return of Claude Giroux. Tomorrow, Justin Braun will […]Read more "Flyers Phlight Deck: Could Claude Giroux return tomorrow?"
During pandemic hockey, the Philadelphia Flyers need to experiment with their lineup to find optimization. Zayde Wisdom could help. Pandemic hockey has sliced the Philadelphia Flyers thin. Any team without five of their top-nine forwards will struggle. First, the New York Rangers earned a shootout victory. Yesterday, the Boston Bruins put up a touchdown. Tinkering […]Read more "Should the Flyers Promote Zayde Wisdom To The NHL Roster?"