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?"
As the Philadelphia Flyers get ready to host the Boston Bruins, we receive an update on the status of Sean Couturier. The Philadelphia Flyers are on a hot streak, winning their last four games on the way to standing atop of the NHL in the standings. Two regulation victories over the New Jersey Devils and […]Read more "Flyers Phlight Deck: When will Sean Couturier return?"
Defense is the hot topic for the Philadelphia Flyers. How did Shayne Gostisbehere affect roster decisions? When will Phil Myers return? Last night, the Philadelphia Flyers corrected key aspects of their identity crisis. The return of Shayne Gostisbehere helped stabilize the defensive pairs. Before long, the Flyers were right as rain, getting back into the […]Read more "Phlight Deck: What should the Flyers do when Philippe Myers returns?"
The Flyers have been outshot in every game this season. This is a concerning trend that dates back to last year’s playoffs. The Flyers are currently in a three-way tie for third in the Eastern Division with seven points and a record of 3-2-1. However, they have yet to record more shots on goal than […]Read more "Flyers: Can the Orange and Black Fix Their Poor Shot Differential?"
The Flyers are a team with a ton of depth. This depth will be put to the test after Morgan Frost and Phil Myers are expected to miss time. It is said that championship teams are those that respond to adversity, especially when star players get injured. Think of the Eagles in 2017-2018. The Flyers […]Read more "Flyers’ Injury Updates: Frost and Myers to miss time"
Who could replace Frost and Myers? Elliott joins exclusive company after a shutout. 1/20/2021 edition of Philadelphia Flyers Phlight Deck. After four games, the Philadelphia Flyers own a 3-1-0 record. They’ll take that on the road Thursday, heading into a four-game road trip. Following a turnaround on Tuesday versus the Buffalo Sabres, the Flyers travel […]Read more "Phlight Deck: Which Flyers will step up in place of Frost and Myers?"
After advancing to the second round of the NHL playoffs, the Flyers ran into a brick wall. Alain Vigneault’s triumphant first season in Philadelphia ended in game 7 heartbreak against the Islanders. Rebounding from that was the motive for the following offseason, but sometimes the best thing to say is nothing at all. The Flyers […]Read more "The Flyers are primed to pick up where they left off last season"
On Tuesday, the Flyers released their final roster for the 2021 season, naming Ivan Provorov as one of their four Alternate Captains. According to the press release, Provorov will serve as the permanent Alternate Captain for home games. The announcement comes a day before “Provy’ and the Flyers open their season against hated Pittsburgh Penguin […]Read more "Alternate Captain Ivan Provorov will step up as a leader for the Flyers"
The Philadelphia Flyers brought some much-needed good news to the City of Brotherly Love on Tuesday, announcing that they have re-signed defenseman Phil Myers. The deal is worth $2.55M AAV and is set to run three years. It’s been over a month since the Flyers extended a qualifying offer to the 23-year-old in a move […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers finally sign Phil Myers to an extension"
It’s Draft day in Philadelphia but that hasn’t stopped the Flyers from making some minor moves. The team extended qualifying offers to the following three pending free agents: Nolan Patrick Philippe MyersMikhail Vorobyev This means that they’ll retain negotiating rights. The offers are typically one-year deals and if a player rejects, they’ll remain restricted free […]Read more "Flyers extend qualifying offers to three pending free agents"