In an effort to trade players with expensive contracts, Tyler Bertuzzi could be the perfect trade bait for the Philadelphia Flyers. Following the period of contract extension negotiations, the Philadelphia Flyers will have an opportunity to make moves. After Elliotte Friedman noted the Flyers’ intent of exposing Jakub Voracek and the stoppage of trade discussions […]Read more "Flyers’ Trade Targets: Red Wings’ Forward Tyler Bertuzzi"
NHL awards season is upon us and for the second straight year, a Flyers player is taking home some hardware. Oskar Lindblom has been awarded the 2021 Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy after being nominated for the second straight year. Him, Matt Dumba, and Patrick Marleau were nominated for the award by the Professional Hockey Writers […]Read more "Oskar Lindblom awarded 2021 Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy"
It’s no secret this NHL season wasn’t a good one for the Flyers. Entering the season with high expectations, things crashed and burned, smoldered throughout the year, and ended with more questions than answers. To see where the Orange and Black go from here we first must (yes, we must) examine just how bad the […]Read more "Five Reasons Why the Flyers’ Season Was Worse Than You Think"
The Flyers’ recent first-round draft picks are making headlines. First, 2019 first-round pick, Cam York, made news by signing a three-year entry-level contract. Afterward, 2020 first-round selection Tyson Foerster said “hold my beer!” As we wait to see when York makes his professional debut with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, Foerster was leading the Phantoms to […]Read more "Flyers Prospects: Tyson Foerster is starting to heat up with the Phantoms"
The Flyers continue to struggle defensively and last night’s loss shows that the troubles aren’t going away any time soon. The Flyers are 4-9-1 in their last 14 games and in 13 of those games, have let up three or more goals. The Flyers have let up 65 goals this month – just one less […]Read more "What’s causing the Flyers so many blue-line headaches?"
A victory against the New York Islanders meant more than two points in the standings. It meant the Philadelphia Flyers can defeat the elite. Despite blowing a lead, the Flyers were able to win the game 4-3 over the Islanders. The game-winning scorer put it straight forward himself as well: “We found a way to […]Read more "Flyers’ Win Over Islanders Means More Than Just Two-Points"
Oskar Lindblom received the devasting news of his Ewings Sarcoma diagnosis over fourteen months ago now. The young gun took everything in stride, kicked cancer’s ass, and returned to playoff hockey. He then entered the 2021 season with a “clean” bill of health and on the top line with Sean Couturier and Travis Konecny. This […]Read more "Oskar Lindblom is getting back to his best for the Flyers"
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"
The Flyers are sitting pretty in second place for their division, with an 8-3-2 record and some stellar play from their forwards has played a huge role in establishing early success. The team has had its ups and downs but the forwards have stayed consistent enough to help them secure that second-place spot. Now, this […]Read more "Flyers Quarter Season Report Card: Forwards Edition"
This break in Flyers hockey has tested us all. While we all sit impatiently, hoping that the players who are currently in protocol are able to fully recover and that the spread of COVID-19 is minimal, it’s easy for imaginations to run wild. With that in mind, I found a Blink-182 song that perfectly embodies […]Read more "The 2021 Philadelphia Flyers but as songs by Blink-182"