While we’ve technically surpassed the mid-way point of the season, the All-Star break counts as somewhat of a mid-way point as well. The time of year where we take a week and review the past 45-50 games of the team we follow. With the Flyers, we’re looking at a team that’s one point out of […]Read more "Three Biggest Overachievers for the Flyers"
Look for the Flyers to get a boost as Oskar Lindblom visited practice on Wednesday. It was the first time he saw his teammates since he started his cancer treatments earlier this week. The Flyers are coming off of a 3-2 win over the NHL’s best team, the Washington Capitals. They host the Tampa Bay […]Read more "Flyers Get an Emotional Boost as they Plan for the Lightning."
The NHL All-Star festivities are an opportunity to immerse fans into special, one of a kind experiences. Each division has a team that competes in a three-on-three, single-elimination tournament. Last season, the NHL All-Star weekend found it’s home in San Jose, California. For the Philadelphia Flyers, Claude Giroux represented on the Metropolitan Division team. In […]Read more "Vote Now To Make Lindblom Captain of the Metropolitan Division at the 2020 NHL All-Star Tournament"
It’s hard to think about the Flyers without thinking of Oskar Lindblom these past few days. And you probably shouldn’t. As news today that Lindblom joined his teammates at the Wells Fargo Center to say hello. Lindblom is in our thoughts and prayers. As the Flyers took on the Ducks this evening, the Hockey Fights […]Read more "A Night for Oskar: Flyers honor #23 by beating Anaheim 4-1."
We all have diversions in our lives. They allow us to step out of reality to escape all the responsibilities and stress off our everyday stress. For some it might be a good book, for others, like my wife, it’s Eagles football or a Hallmark movie. For me, it has always been sports. There is […]Read more "After a tough weekend, Flyers nation rallies together to be #OskarStrong"
The injury bug strikes the Flyers yet again, but this is the worst one yet. Though he was ruled out with an upper-body injury earlier this week, the Flyers just announced that Oskar Lindblom has been diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma; he is not expected to return this season. Lindblom has been a top performer for […]Read more "Oskar Lindblom Expected to Miss the Remainder of the Season"
The Philadelphia Flyers are going to be without their leading scorer for some time. Flyers winger Travis Konecny was diagnosed with a concussion after taking a hit from Ottawa Senator’s defenseman Mark Borowiecki early in Saturday’s contest. With 28 points in 30 games played, there’s no doubt the Flyers will miss his production. While Konecny […]Read more "3 Breakout Candidates in Travis Konecny’s Absence"
The Flyers are flying high right now. At the end of October, the Flyers were sitting at .500 with a record of 5-5-1. Since the start of November, they have yet to lose a game in regulation. Through six games, they are 5-0-1 and have earned 11 out of a possible 12 points. They carry […]Read more "Sean Couturier Talks Flyers Recent Surge, Second Line Chemistry, and Showdown with the Capitals"
The early part of the season has had its ups and downs for the beloved Flyers. We have seen some really good play coming from Travis Konecny and Oskar Lindblom. Other than those two, we have yet to see consistency throughout the lineup. This is my opinion as to how I would improve the Flyers […]Read more "Flyers Arm Chair GM – What the “Dope” would do."
Alain Vigneault’s system is working and it becomes more and more evident as they continue to progress through the season. The Flyers are playing an up-tempo style of hockey that is exciting to watch. Not only that, they are in constant relentless pursuit of the puck. This makes for a style of hockey that Flyers […]Read more "Flyers Special Teams Leading the Change!"